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Breaking Down the Changes

Welcome back, Pacers. Indy is a welcome sight for the blue and gold, who return to home much more frustrated and beat up than when they left the city on Friday. So what changed since they left town? + So simply, the series. The Hawks evened it up by winning both games in their territory, extending their dominance over the Pacers to 13-straight wins at Philips Arena. In short, the series restarts and becomes ...

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Lesley West’s Efforts Ease Prom Costs, Provide Dresses to 500 IPS Girls

While the Pacers were in Atlanta for their first round playoff series against the Hawks, teenage girls invaded the practice court at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Monday. One hundred girls each from five different IPS high schools schools - Broad Ripple, Crispus Attucks, George Washington, John Marshall, Northwest and Shortridge - took part in a giveaway aiming to alleviate the price of attending high school p ...

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Tyler Hansbrough, a finalist for the Kia Community Assist Award

The Pacers have another player who's up for a league-wide award, this one for contributions made off the court. Forward Tyler Hansbrough is one of ten finalists for the season-long Kia Community Assist Award, which honors the NBA player who best reflects the passion that the league and its players have for giving back to their communities. Hansbrough has been gotten particularly involved on two fronts: a "S ...

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Teague pushes his way into Horford’s heart

Atlanta had the game under control midway through the second quarter when David West shoved Al Horford from behind on a fastbreak, and Jeff Teague shoved David West from behind, and play had to be stopped to prevent anything worse from happening. That particular moment of the Hawks' 90-69 victory at Philips Arena on Saturday, however, spoke volumes about their aggressive attitude toward the game. West was c ...

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Pacers Weekly: Frank Vogel

In this week's edition of Pacers Weekly, Pacers head coach Frank Vogel speaks with radio broadcaster Mark Boyle about the Pacers series with the Atlanta Hawks thus far and the team's preparation for Game 3 in Atlanta on Saturday night. ...

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Notebook: Dismissing the Streak, Keeping Hawks Out of Transition

Fact: Indiana has a 2-0 lead in its best-of-seven first round series against the Atlanta Hawks. Fact: Indiana has lost 11 straight games at Philips Arena, where Games 3 and 4 will be played. Fact: The team isn't too worried about it. "I'm not really going to talk [to the team] about that at all," said Pacers coach Frank Vogel after Friday's practice at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. "A lot of these guys only expe ...

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Mahinmi Impressed by Local French Class

Pacers center Ian Mahinmi ventured back into a classroom on Thursday during the team's off-day. Born in Rouen, France, the 26-year-old visited Michelle Martin's Level-5 French class at Brebeuf Jesuit High School. Martin first contacted Mahinmi on Twitter. The two later met at Fan Appreciation Night on April 17th. Nine days later, he showed up at the school and had a great time with the students. "Those kids ...

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