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Mayweather adds punch to Fieldhouse fan base

Floyd Mayweather stands 5-foot-8 and weighs about 150 pounds. In other words, he's an inch shorter and 30 pounds lighter than Nate Robinson and Isaiah Thomas, the NBA's smallest point guards. But he's also a five-division boxing world champion, regarded as “pound for pound” one of the greatest fighters of all time. That's why some of the Pacers players seemed honored to have him in the front row at Bankers ...

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Vogel was right in subbing Stephenson out

I heard you Area 55 fans, and members of the G2 Zone. Everyone did in a sold-out Bankers Life Fieldhouse, and on the television broadcast. You wanted Lance Stephenson to record his third triple-double in less than three weeks. So did he, and it was obvious. But Frank Vogel's decision to send Orlando Johnson in with 3:04 remaining was the right one. Stephenson was fired up and playing at another level, but h ...

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If Harrington could turn back time …

Al Harrington is 33 years old now, and seemingly on his last leg in the NBA. He serves as a marker for veteran Pacers fans, for whom it seems like just a few years ago he was “Baby Al” and the virtual foster child of his Pacers teammate, Antonio Davis. Harrington was in Bankers Life Fieldhouse Friday for the Pacers' game with Washington, his seventh team and his eighth stop in a 15-season career. He's sitti ...

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A.J. Price on former team, Hummel on playing in Indiana again

Tonight's game against the Minnesota Timberwolves brings two familiar faces back to town: ex- Pacers guard A.J. Price and former Purdue Boilermaker Robbie Hummel. Price, out of UConn, was drafted by the Pacers at No. 59 in 2009. He played in 150 games with the Pacers over three seasons, averaging 5.9 points, 1.5 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game. The team opted not to re-sign him 2012 and he latched on with ...

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Pacers win over 76ers scores biggest rating on FSI since 2005

As the wins continues to pile up for the Indiana Pacers (12-1), ratings have followed suit. FOX Sports Indiana's telecast of the Pacers and the Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday night garnered a 5.3 rating in Indianapolis, according to Nielsen Media Research. That makes it the highest-rated regular season Pacers game on the network since the 2005 season-opener (6.3), against the 76ers. It was also Indy's highe ...

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