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Pacers Weekly: Bob Kravitz

Mark Boyle is joined by Indy Star columnist Bob Kravitz on this edition of the Pacers Weekly podcast to talk about the team's strong start to the season and the perception of the Pacers both locally and nationally. ...

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Denari’s Den: Rasual Butler

When training camp started, it was expected that the Pacers would keep only the 13 players under contract.  That's two less than the maximum of 15 that every NBA team can carry on its roster.  But a veteran, who had established himself during the summer league in Orlando, played his way onto the Pacers' final roster.  That player is 11-year veteran Rasual Butler, and he is visiting Denari's Den. ...

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ESPN Picks Up Two Pacers Games

As the appreciation for the Pacers' talent and togetherness continues to rise nationwide, the team has been added to two nationally-televised broadcasts. ESPN has picked up the first meeting of the season between the Pacers and Phoenix Suns, on Jan. 22 at 10:30 p.m. EST. For the Pacers, it's the second game of their second (and final) five-game West Coast trip of the season. Concluding with the game in Phoe ...

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Fans should be happy Pacers were left out

Five NBA games were televised on Christmas Day, none of which included the Pacers. Doesn't seem right, right? One third of the league got to play in the short-sleeved showcase events, including two blatantly bad teams, New York and Brooklyn. Seems there should have been room to squeeze in the team that shares the league's best record with Portland and Oklahoma City, right? Here's the thing. The NBA and its ...

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George Making a Habit of Softening Harden

The numbers are irrefutable. The trend is undeniable. James Harden, regarded as one of the better shooting guards in the NBA, one who was averaging 24.4 points on 45 percent shooting before Houston passed through Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Friday, meets his match when he faces Paul George. Meets his mismatch, actually. Harden hit just 3-of-14 shots in the Pacers' 114-81 victory over the Rockets, and only on ...

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Pacers Weekly: Robbie Hummel

Mark Boyle sits down with Indiana native and former Purdue basketball player, Robbie Hummel. Hummel, who suffered from knee injuries his final two years at Purdue, is now a regular rotation player for the Timberwolves. ...

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What They’re Saying – December 20

A look at what the people of the web are saying about the Pacers' loss to the Heat, Danny Granger's return to the court and the matchup against the Rockets tonight on ESPN at 8 pm: "Hibbert played just 23 minutes due to consistent foul trouble and contributed a total of six points, two rebounds and one blocked shot in that time. And though his overall plus-minus was just a minus-2 when the dust se ...

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