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Nick Young on former teammates — Bynum, Turner

Lakers forward Nick Young spent all of last season playing in Philadelphia, along with Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen. Andrew Bynum was also there, though he never played in a game. After the Lakers held shoot around at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Tuesday, ahead of their only visit to Indy, Young talked about his former teammates — calling them each "my guy." "I actually only played with him one time last year ...

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Pacers appear in GQ

A few months ago, Paul George received a pitch from GQ to appear in their March edition of the magazine, part of a 24-page spread on NBA and its fashion. Just as he told ESPN when they asked for a sit-down interview earlier in the season, George wanted to do the photo shoot with four of his teammates. GQ obliged, and thus the Pacers starters — George Hill, Lance Stephenson, George, David West and Roy Hibber ...

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Pacers working to go on win streak, implement new pieces

The Pacers have struggled to go on a win streak over the last few weeks — a streak of any kind, actually. They're 3-3 in their last six games, alternating losses and wins. Tuesday, when the Los Angeles Lakers make their only appearance to Bankers Life Fieldhouse, the Pacers (42-13) begin a stretch six games over the next nine days. That includes two sets of back-to-back contests, where seven of their 13 los ...

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Pacers Continue to Increase Depth of Bench

  Imagine that it's 2012, just a couple of seasons ago. Andrew Bynum is a starter in the All-Star game. He's had a triple-double against Denver, a 30-rebound game against San Antonio and a game of 21 points and 22 rebounds against Houston. At the end of the season he's named second-team all-NBA. Luis Scola is a starting forward in Houston, averaging 15.5 points. He's two seasons removed from a 44-point ...

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Denari’s Den: Dan Burke on Trade

For the second time this year, Pacers' assistant coach Dan Burke visits Denari's Den. He offers his thoughts on losing Danny Granger and Orlando Johnson, the arrival of newcomers Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen and his experience as an assistant coach at the NBA All-Star Game in New Orleans. ...

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What They’re Saying: Granger/Turner Trade

Here's a look at what people are saying across the internet about Indiana trading Danny Granger to Philadelphia for Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen. Indy Star: "For most of his nine years with the Indiana Pacers, small forward Danny Granger was the face of the franchise. And in a fitting final act as a Pacer, Granger once again helped Indiana improve." NBA.com: "This Larry Bird, the one we got Thursday afternoo ...

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