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Beyond The Buzzer:
After competing in his first All-Star game representing the Indiana Pacers, Paul George wanted to show his appreciation to the nearly 200 behind-the-scenes Pacers employees that have contributed to his success on and off the court. In addition to an autographed All-Star edition poster on every desk at Pacers Sports & Entertainment, George left them a letter providing his thanks and free tickets to a game later this month. Not too shabby!
Excerpt of George’s letter, via Pacers.com:
I know that you make sacrifices in your personal life to make it possible for my teammates and me to do what we do every game night. Believe me, I notice all that you do.
On the flight from Houston to Indianapolis, I had a thought and wanted to show my thanks to the employees in some way. So here it is: The Ticket Sales staff is going to load four tickets in your account for the game against Golden State on February 26. But if you know me, I wanted to make sure to put the “PG” twist on it. So, as part ...
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Tweet Paul George of the Indiana Pacers is putting together his best season in the NBA to date. Earlier this month George played in his first All-Star Game and he’s averaging career-highs in points (17.8), rebounds (7.8), assists (4), steals (1.8), blocks (0.7), and minutes (37.7). George is also making alot of Pacers fans [...]
The Indiana Pacers are 32-21, the third seed in the Eastern Conference and considered one of the only teams that have a shot at challenging the Miami Heat for a trip to the Finals. They have accomplished all this without last year’s leading scorer, Danny Granger. Granger has missed the entire season with a knee injury but is expected to return in the next week. Originally it...
I'm going to just come out and say it, Indiana Pacers Paul George might have the block of the 2013 with the below play against the Detroit Pistons on this fair Friday night.Watch as George shuts down Pistons guard Rodney Stuckey's dunk attempt with two hands in the first quarter and sends the ball out-of-bounds:
According to Pacers beat writer Mike Wells, Danny Granger will make his season debut tonight (Feb. 23) in Detroit.
Granger has been sidelined all season with patellar tendinosis in his left knee that was treated with an injection in early November and given a three month timetable. The Pacers (34-21) are currently 1st in the Central Division, and 2nd in the Eastern Conference.
Yesterday, coach Vogel told reporters that he would not play Danny Granger until he was 100%. According to Mike Wells of the Indianapolis Star, Granger appears to be at a 100%. Danny Granger, who has missed the entire season thus far with a knee injury, will be making his season debut for the Indiana Pacers on Saturday night against the Pistons.The Pacers are currently 34-21 without...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The Indiana Pacers were playing well when they got a couple of the days off for the All-Star break. They may be playing even better now.
David West scored 18 points, George Hill had 15 and the surging Pacers beat the Detroit Pistons 114-82 on Friday night.
Indiana has won three straight and eight of 10, including a 98-79 victory against Detroit on Jan. 30....
Danny Granger will make his 2012-13 season debut Saturday against the Detroit Pistons, according to the Indianapolis Star's Mike Wells.
The Indiana Pacers have been without Granger due to a knee injury. Of course, he could always suffer a setback, as he was reportedly set to debut Friday night but didn't give it a go. He'll likely be eased back into the lineup, so...
Last night, the Indiana Pacers routed the New York Knicks by the score of 125-91 and back-up forward Sam Young turned in the dunk of the night in the fourth quarter.After stealing a pass from Knicks guard Pablo Prigioni, Young threw down an impressive windmill jam on the other end:
Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger is almost ready to return to action. He's been close to returning but he has been declared out for Friday's game against the Detroit Pistons. Granger has yet to play in a game this season due to a knee injury. Ryan Field of Fox Sports Detroit and Indiana Pacers beat writer Scott Agnes tweeted about his status, saying that Danny Granger...
Colin Cowherd claimed that the reason Indiana Pacers basketball games don't sell out is because of its racist fans.
It wasn't long ago that I accepted that this Indiana Pacers team, without Danny Granger at least, was going to be a grind-it-out team that would rarely pull away from opponents. They were good defensively, but the near-league-bottom offense was always going to hold them back.
Before the All-Star break, the Pacers started putting together some solid offensive games, mostly...
Current Standings: New York - 2nd Place Eastern Conference (4 games back of Miami), 1st Place Atlantic Division (2 games ahead of Brooklyn) Indiana - 3rd Place Eastern Conference (1.5 games back of New York), 1st Place Central Division (1 game ahead of Chicago).
Previous Meetings - Knicks 88-76 win on November 18th, Pacers win 81-76 on January 10th (Carmelo Anthony DNP due to...