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INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana Pacers didn't need Paul George in the lineup to keep their home winning streak intact. The Pacers shook off a slow start in the first quarter to beat the Charlotte Bobcats 96-88 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Saturday. "I thought we did good job filling in for PG," Pacers forward David West said. "PG has been a rock for us all year. Charlotte poises a difficulty because they're so good up top with Kemba (Walker) and Ben Gordon. They're capable of beating good teams." The victory extended the Pacers' longest winning streak at home since the 2002 season to 10 games. They haven't loss at home since blowing a 17-point second half lead to the San Antonio Spurs on Nov. 23. The Pacers are now half-game behind the New York Knicks for the second seed in the Eastern Conference. George, the team's leading scorer, missed his first game of the season with a case of the flu. It's uncertain if he'll play in Sund...
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David West returned to beast mode to post his first career triple-double with 14 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists as the Pacers held off the Charlotte Bobcats 96-88 without Paul George, who sat out with an illness.
That's all there is to know.
George Hill scored 19 points, D.J. Augustin added a season-high 18 and the Indiana Pacers beat the Charlotte Bobcats 96-88 Saturday night for their fourth straight win.
Lance Stephenson had 17 points and David West scored 14 points to help the Central Division-leading Pacers, playing without leading scorer Paul George (illness), get their sixth win in seven games. Recently signed...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- George Hill scored 19 points, D.J. Augustin added a season-high 18 and the Indiana Pacers beat the Charlotte Bobcats 96-88 Saturday night for their fourth straight win.
Lance Stephenson had 17 points and David West scored 14 points to help the Central Division-leading Pacers, playing without leading scorer Paul George (illness), get their sixth win in seven...
It's a real shame the Pacers couldn't have held on in this one against the Brooklyn Nets. After exploiting the Nets defense for the majority of the night, the Pacers stopped executing in the 4th and fell from an 8 point lead to lose 97-86, snapping their season-high 4-game winning streak.
David West backed up his first career triple-double with 27 points on 11-19 shooting...
Paul George and the Central Division-leading Indiana Pacers are starting to look more and more like serious contenders with each passing game.
A visit from the Charlotte Bobcats isn't likely to slow them down.
Indiana tries to win 10 straight at home for the first time in 10 seasons and avenge a rare loss to the Bobcats as the teams square off Saturday night.
We’ve been hearing since Paul George’s rookie season in 2010-11 that he could be the Indiana Pacers’ No. 1 guy and even a NBA-wide star.
It appears George is approaching — or already has approached — that status.
With stellar performances in back-to-back wins against the East’s first- and second-place teams, the Miami Heat and the New York Knicks (albeit without Carmelo...
Paul George scored seven points in a 13-0 fourth-quarter run and finished with 24 points and 11 rebounds Thursday night to lead the Indiana Pacers to an 81-76 victory over the New York Knicks, who were without the suspended Carmelo Anthony.
The Pacers (22-14) have won 12 of 15 and have swept the other two Eastern Conference division leaders - Miami and the Knicks - this week.
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana Pacers are making believers out of their doubters. The Pacers picked up their ninth straight home victory, beating the New York Knicks 81-76 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Thursday. "That's Eastern Conference basketball for you," Pacers coach Frank Vogel said. "A solid team win. They're rising to the challenge." Over the...