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Denari’s Den: Krissy Myers

Visiting Denari's Den this week is Speedway native Krissy Myers, the Pacers' Senior Public Information Manager. With the Pacers' great success comes a great deal of media attention. Krissy tells us what it's like to work behind the scenes for this Pacers team. ...

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What the Pacers’ nickname jerseys might look like

The Miami Heat and Brooklyn Nets are debuting their special adidas nickname jerseys Friday night, with every player's nickname of their choice on the back rather than their last name. For example, LeBron James' has "King James," and Birdman's jersey, of course, reads "Birdman." As for the Brooklyn Nets, Paul Pierce's says "Truth," and Kevin Garnett is "The Big Ticket." Although the Pacers won't be be taking ...

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What They’re Saying: January 10

Here's a look around the world wide interweb at what people are saying about the Indiana Pacers. Eight Points Nine Seconds: "Being productive at the beginning of games has been an issue of late for Indiana no matter where they play, but I am under the impression that the Pacers’ energy and usual defensive supremacy is drained the second they touch Phillips Arena’s hardwood." Read More Indy Cornrows: "It was ...

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Stephenson back in the starting lineup vs Wizards

As shootaround concluded and Lance Stephenson came off the court at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, with his jaw chomping away at gum, the Pacers shooting guard said he's feeling much better and that he'll be in uniform tonight against the Wizards. "I'm definitely playing tonight," he said. Stephenson missed the Pacers' game on Wednesday in Atlanta due to a right knee contusion, which he suffered in the second qua ...

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Pacers Weekly: Frank Vogel

In this edition of Pacers Weekly, Mark Boyle chats with head coach Frank Vogel about a variety of topics including the team's loss in Atlanta on Wednesday and preparations for tonight's game against the Washington Wizards. ...

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Granger heading into his 10th game: ‘It’s coming back’

Three weeks ago, Danny Granger just wanted to join his teammates on the court for game action. He missed the final 21 games — and all of the playoffs — last season with a knee injury that kept him off the court for all but five games. Then, he was sidelined for the first 25 games this season due to a strained calf. Wednesday's game in Atlanta will mark his 10th straight game since his Dec. 20 debut. In the ...

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