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The present and future of the Indiana Pacers seems to hinge largely on the play of Paul George, the third-year pro who was selected to his first All-Star Game this season.
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Indiana guard George Hill ripped Pacers fans for allowing Lakers fans to take over their home arena in an embarrassing loss on Friday.
George Hill was irate following the Pacers 99-93 home loss to the Lakers on Friday night, and it wasn’t simply because they lost. Hill went on a rant ripping Pacers fans for not supporting the team enough at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse where the crowd was predominantly Lakers fans Friday evening. After losing an “important” game to LA, Hill, who said the Pacers have done...
Indiana Pacers’ broadcast analyst Quinn Buckner was at his best on Wednesday night.
The longtime Pacers television commentator is typically a calm individual during a broadcast. When Buckner does show his excitement, it’s something that the viewers will not soon forget.
On Wednesday night, the Pacers hosted the Minnesota Timberwolves in Banker’s Life Fieldhouse. While the game...
One thing athletes need to understand, is that when a someone buys a ticket to a sporting event, they have the right to cheer for whoever they want to cheer for.
The home team, the road team or the cheerleaders. Just because you live in a city, doesn’t require you to be a fan of that team.
Don’t blame the fans for your loss, blame yourself. The Atlanta Hawks had no hometown support...
After the Pacers’ loss to the Lakers tonight, Indiana point guard George Hill was emotional. Angry, even. Part of it was the 99-93 loss that saw the home team crumple in the 4th quarter. But more than anything, George Hill was unhappy with the fans. On a night where the Pacers were playing one of their biggest games of the year (it seems like almost every game is becoming that...
By Mike Elworth: Publisher- HoopStuff
It’s become apparently clear over the last month or so that the Pacers are by far the biggest challenge to the Miami Heat, to win the Eastern Conference. They have the best defense in the Eastern Conference, are the top rebounding team in the Eastern Conference, have incredible coaching, chemistry and every player knows their roles. They also...
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The Indiana Pacers had a big home game on Friday night in Bankers Life Fieldhouse, as they faced the Los Angeles Lakers. Despite Kobe Bryant playing only 12 minutes and not scoring a single point, the Pacers still managed to lose the hard-fought game in an embarrassing fashion.
The loss left many Pacers players frustrated, most notably point guard George Hill....
In George Hill's mind, the Indiana Pacers have done enough to regain support from the fan base.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Kobe Bryant's availability for Friday night's game will be a game-time decision.
The Lakers' star has spent the past two days treating what he calls the worst sprained ankle of his career. He was injured after landing on the foot of Atlanta's Dahntay Jones in the closing seconds Wednesday night. NBA officials said Thursday a foul should have...
Depressing loss against a lottery team. The Pacers looked like they were the better team on paper and acted like they could turn it on at any minute to pull the game away. Unfortunately, that never happened.
Jrue Holiday and Spencer Hawes of all people just killed the Pacers, who unbelievably, still held a 1-point lead heading into the fourth. But the 76ers turned it on and the...
Celtics (53-16) vs. Indiana (31-40)
March 11, 1980
Market Square Arena
The Celtics dropped a second straight game to a team below the .500 mark, as well as picked up their second defeat of the season in Larry Bird’s home state, in a 114-108 loss to the Pacers.
Unfortunately for the Celtics, a three-game cushion over the Philadelphia 76ers had now dwindled down to just one...