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PHOTOS: 2013-14 Pacers tickets feature eight different designs

Indiana Pacers tickets for this upcoming 2013-14 season were distributed at the end of last week. The majority of tickets should've arrived by Friday, Oct. 25 via UPS. For those that didn't order season tickets, below is your first look at the ticket designs. Here's the cover of the bound notebook full of tickets, which features embossed images of the top six players: Here's the inside cover and a row of ti ...

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What it means: Granger’s calf injury

Standing in his usual spot, against the green-padded wall on the East baseline of the practice court, Frank Vogel told the handful of gathered media that Danny Granger's left calf injury is worse than originally thought and that he was unlikely to play in Tuesday's season-opener against the Orlando Magic. Right away, some red flags flew into the air. How bad is it? What does that mean for the starting lineu ...

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VIDEO: Paul George’s sit-down with ESPN prior to the 2013-14 season

Pacers swingman Paul George is making quite the name for himself and has become not only one of the top young players in the NBA, but one of the best players, period. Just before training camp opened about one month ago, George signed a long-term deal to remain with the Pacers for the foreseeable future. And yet his stock, both on the basketball court and off, continues to rise. George appears and leads off ...

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NBA owners approve return of 2-2-1-1-1 Finals format

The NBA Finals will return to the 2-2-1-1-1 format, Commissioner David Stern announced Wednesday in New York. The Board of Governors approved it "without any opposition," and the move is effective for the upcoming 2013-14 season. Teams will also have an extra day off between Games 6 and 7. "The Competition Committee felt strongly that a consistent format should be used for each round of our playoffs," said ...

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What They’re Saying – October 23

Here's a look around the web at what people are saying about the Pacers upcoming 2013-14 season. The Pacers begin the regular season on Tuesday, October 29th with a home game against the Orlando Magic. Rant Sports: "One of the reasons that the Pacers have been able to keep Hibbert healthy over the years is that they have been economical with his minutes-load since he entered the NBA." Read More Indy Star: “ ...

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High marks for Pacers in annual GM Survey

The 2013-14 NBA season is just one week away, believe it or not. One clear indicator is the release of the now 12th annual general manager survey. Each year, they anonymously poll all 30 general managers in the league for their take on who'll win the championship, who's the best player, who may be ready for a breakout season, who's the toughest player in the league, etc. GMs could not vote for their ...

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Granger ruled out for the final two preseason games

Danny Granger will not play in the final two games of the preseason slate due to a strained left calf, which he re-aggrevated in last Friday's loss to Chicago. "He has been ruled out for this week's games and we'll give you an update once we hit that point," Frank Vogel said after practice on Monday. Granger was held of their game Saturday in Cleveland and he didn't practice on Monday. He confirmed that he' ...

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McGinnis enjoyed Pacers’ greatest homecoming

Don't know if you're aware, but Peyton Manning returned to Indianapolis to play against the Colts Sunday night. I don't know why the media didn't pick up on this. It just seems to me that a quarterback who had led the Colts to a Super Bowl championship coming back as a member of another team would be worthy of some mention in the newspapers and on the airwaves, but anyway, it got me to wondering if the the ...

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Paul George Shoots Up In ESPN’s #NBARank

By Wheat Hotchkiss Over the past month, ESPN has been unveiling its #NBARank list, which ranks the 500 best players in the league. Several ESPN panelists were asked "to predict the overall level of play for each player for the upcoming NBA season. This includes both the quality and the quantity of his expected contributions, combined in one overall rating." Each player got an average score from 1-10, and wa ...

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Paul George recovering from rough week

Paul George was happy to be back at practice and amongst the guys Thursday afternoon. He had come down with bronchitis, and stuck at home all week since returning home Sunday night from the team's trip to Asia. "It's been hell," he said before showering and heading to the airport for the team's flight to Chicago. "Just bed rest, really. A lot of time being at home being bored." Most of his days were spent j ...

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