Found January 19, 2012 on Sign on San Diego:
Marcus Thornton scored 17 points and the Sacramento Kings rallied in the fourth to beat the Indiana Pacers 92-88 Wednesday night, snapping a three-game losing streak.

Sacramento rallies in 4th to snap 3-game skid

Marcus Thornton scored 17 points, and the Sacramento Kings rallied from 14 points down in the fourth quarter to beat the Indiana Pacers 92-88 on Wednesday night, snapping a three-game losing streak.

George Hill, Pacers Talk Extension

George Hill has quickly become a productive member of the Pacers and both sides have interest in signing an extension before the Jan. 25th deadline.

Roy Hibbert Hopes to Stay With the Indiana Pacers

Roy Hibbert will become a restricted free agent in the summer, and his intention is to re-up with the Indiana Pacers. From the Indy Star: “With the deadline for teams to negotiate contract extensions approaching in less than a week, Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert said he thinks he won’t get a new deal by next Wednesday. ‘My personal gut feeling is that we’ll do something...

Scouting the Kings: Passing? Defense? Jimmer!

Case Briefing The San Antonio Spurs (10-5) return home to face the Sacramento Kings (5-10) after the Spurs earned their first road win of the season against the Orlando Magic on Wednesday. Tonight, a continued perfect home record (currently 9-0) can be achieved if the Spurs are able to defeat the Kings. Case No. 16: Sacramento Kings Record: 5-10              ...

The Indiana Pacers are winning, but nobody is showing up to notice

The Indiana Pacers have roared, relative to their usual play, out to a 9-3 start to the 2011-12 season. They'll take on the Sacramento Kings out in California on Wednesday night, starting a run that will see the team play just three games at home over the next 17 days. Good thing, too, because we don't want these up and comers to get down on their chances in the East as they...

From UCLA to NBA, former Bruins appreciate Ben Howland's help

While Howland's current UCLA team has struggled, 11 of his former players began this season in NBA. And some say the discipline, defense and fundamentals they learned in Westwood helped them get there.Indiana Pacers point guard Darren Collison used a food analogy to describe his graceful jump from playing under UCLA Coach Ben Howland to his quick success in the pros.

Indiana Pacers (9-4) at Golden State Warriors (5-9), 10:30 p.m. (ET)

Indiana will try to bounce back from an ugly fourth quarter meltdown in its last encounter as the team resumes a three-game road trip in Oakland tonight against the Golden State Warriors.

Sacramento Kings (5-10) at San Antonio Spurs (10-5), 8:30 p.m. (ET)

San Antonio finally recorded its first road win this week and will now try to follow that up by staying perfect in the Alamo City when the club plays host to Sacramento.

Out of their zone

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- The Indiana Pacers could have used the outside shooting touch of Mike Dunleavy and Brandon Rush against the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday.
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