Found November 03, 2012 on
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Guard Paul George made 17-foot jumper in front of the Sacramento bench with 32 seconds remaining to seal the Indiana Pacers' 106-98 double-overtime victory Saturday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Forward David West and guard George Hill led the Pacers with 18 points each. West also had 18 rebounds. Marcus Thornton led all scorers with 26 points. The Pacers outscored the Kings 10-2 in the second overtime. The Kings tied the score at 91 in the first overtime when Thornton made a 3-pointer with 48.6 seconds left. After both teams each had a turn to take the lead, the Pacers had one final opportunity in overtime. The play didn't go as planned when West was forced to take a contested 3-pointer as time expired. The Pacers went up three on a Lance Stephenson 3-pointer in the corner on an assist from Hill. But the Kings came back and tied the score again on a Thornton 3-pointer with 26.4 seconds remaining. The Pacers again had the final shot, but Hi...
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George Hill scored 18 points including the first four in the second overtime Saturday night, and that was all Indiana's staunch defense needed to close out a 106-98 double overtime victory over Sacramento.
It was downright impressive for a team that has long been known for scoring instead of defense.
But on Saturday night, in their home opener, the Pacers traded jab for jab...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Guard Paul George made 17-foot jumper in front of the Sacramento bench with 32 seconds remaining to seal the Indiana Pacers' 106-98 double-overtime victory Saturday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Forward David West and guard George Hill led the Pacers with 18 points each. West also had 18 rebounds. Sacramento's Marcus Thornton led all scorers with 26...
I was too depressed after the Pacers lost to the Charlotte Bobcats yesterday to write a recap. The same Bobcats that had lost 23 games in a row dating back to last season. The Pacers were sloppy with their passes, took their opponents lightly, missed a zillion free throws, and just got outworked all night. That said, the Pacers actually still had a chance to win the game, but an...
After splitting two games against teams that finished well below .500 last season, the Indiana Pacers will try to get back in the win column when they return home to take on another such foe.
The Pacers will also seek to add to the Sacramento Kings' struggles this season during their debut at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Saturday night.
Indiana opened its season Wednesday with...
Shawty had them Apple Bottom jeans, boots with the furrrr!! What an opening night to the season! The last time the Bobcats won an opening night game so thrillingly was last year, so this is clearly a sign of great things to come. What can you say about this effort? If you’re David West, you [...]