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While the Pacers were on the road last night in California, the Pacers mascot "Boomer" was entertaining the crowd at a local high school basketball game.During halftime, Boomer attempted to pull off one of his trademark trampoline dunks but sadly, the backboard he dunked on decided to break into a million tiny pieces:(Courtesy of Indy Cornrows)
Check out Boomer, The Pacers’ mascot panther, who breaks the backboard at the New Palestine vs. Triton Central basketball game. Not exactly the ideal scenario considering it those baskets aren’t the easiest to replace. Great form though.
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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.
It's hard to top the New Palestine-Triton Central rivalry in Indiana high school hoops but Boomer, the Indiana Pacers mascot, just upped the ante. While the Pacers were on the road against the Warriors last night, Boomer paid a visit and put on a show those in attendance would not soon forget. Boomer pulled out the mascot calling card—the...
If you invite Indiana Pacers mascot Boomer to do a halftime dunk expo, you better have backboard insurance as the folks in attendance at the New Palestine vs. Triton Central basketball game found out. I love the crowds reaction to the game ending on account of there only being one baskets standing. They’re all like “F*CK YEAH AMERICA!” and slapping high fives. Awesome!
George Hill scored on a three-point play with 1.8 seconds remaining and the Indiana Pacers held off a late charge by Golden State to beat the Warriors 94-91 on Friday night.
The NBA admitted today that officials failed to call a kicked-ball violation in the final seconds of the Warriors' 94-91 loss to the Indiana Pacers on Friday at Oracle Arena.
Video replays clearly showed that George Hill's right foot kicked the ball on Monta Ellis' dribble with 3.9 seconds remaining. The officials didn't call an intentional kicking-the-ball violation...
The NBA released a statement Saturday admitting that its officials missed a kicked ball violation in the final seconds of Friday's game that cost the Warriors a chance to beat Indiana. "Pacers guard George Hill...
George Hill kicked the ball away from Monta Ellis in the final seconds and recorded a three-point play at the other end, lifting the Indiana Pacers over the Golden State Warriors, 94-91.
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.