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For the 2013 NBA Summer League in Orlando, the Indiana Pacers will be wearing a special short sleeve jersey that is featured in the below tweets from director of media relations, David Benner:
Pacers going with white t-shirt jersey in summer league at Orlando. pic.twitter.com/p4SqnweKsi
— David Benner (@PacersDMB) July 2, 2013
And the dark t-shirt jersey for summer league. pic.twitter.com/dwHBkdknre
— David Benner (@PacersDMB) July 2, 2013
When Pacers center Roy Hibbert saw the jerseys posted on Twitter, he didn’t exactly approve of them:
@PacersDMB what is that?!? Keep away.
— Roy Hibbert (@Hoya2aPacer) July 2, 2013
Roy Hibbert isn’t a fan of the Pacers Summer League jerseys [Ball Don't Lie]
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The Indiana Pacers off-season thus far is going precisely as the blueprint was laid out. They came into the off-season with three priorities: re-sign David West, hire in replacements for the assistant coaches, and solidify a weak bench. They’ve managed to do all three of their priorities in just a matter of weeks from the end of the season.
By far the most important task of the...
Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert is not at all a fan of the team's new short-sleeved summer league jerseys.
David West has agreed to stay with the Indiana Pacers
Since signing David West two years ago, the Indiana Pacers have become one of the NBA’s toughest teams. After two years solid years with the Indiana, West and the Pacers saw themselves one game of the NBA Finals this past season. They would lose Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals to the eventual champion Miami Heat, but...
Indiana Pacers: David West Signing Grade
By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher, Hoopstuff…
David West Contract: 3 years, 36 million
- David West has been very important for the Pacers the last two years. He is an excellent leader and scorer, both in the post and with his mid-range jump shot and is a very solid rebounder and defender. Even in his 30′s, he is still very effective...
Word got out earlier this summer that at least five teams would be unveiling a short-sleeved jersey similar to the one the Warriors donned for select games this past season. Whether it is adidas experimenting with new jersey technology, some new fashion statement or the NBA trying to sell more jerseys by mixing up their product, these jerseys appear to be here for the time being...
The Indiana Pacers have rescinded the qualifying offer to Tyler Hansbrough.
Hansbrough will become an unrestricted free agent.
Hansbrough has played a reserve role for the Pacers since being drafted in 2009. The Pacers' decision to re-sign David West made his return unlikely.
David West and the Indiana Pacers are finalizing a three-year deal worth $36 million, according to sources. The third season will likely be a player option.
West was first signed by the Pacers in the 2011 offseason.
West will turn 33 in August and the length of the deal was undoubtedly a concern for the Pacers.
He wanted to come back.
The team adamantly let it be known they wanted him back.
So, it is no shock that David West and the Indiana Pacers have reached a verbal agreement to finalize a 3-year deal, worth a reported $36 million according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. Instead, the shocker could come for another member of the Pacers now that West is back.
The news of...
With the addition of Danny Granger next season, this move cements the Pacers as a force in the East.
The Indiana Pacers have reached agreement with Donald Sloan on a multi-year deal.
Sloan finished last season playing in China.
Sloan is a 6'3 guard out of Texas A&M.
Indiana Pacers: Indiana Draft Grades
By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/Hoopstuff
Pick 23: Solomon Hill- SF- Arizona
- Danny Granger, Paul George and Lance Stephenson will all be free agents next season, Granger, an unrestricted free agent and George and Stephenson, restricted free agents. It is obvious that they will resign George, who is an All Star, one of the best young players...
The Indiana Pacers have a standing offer to Chris Copeland.
Copeland is a restricted free agent, giving the New York Knicks the ability to match.
Copeland finally became an NBA player last season after many years in the D-League and Europe.
Copeland turned 29 in March.