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IPL’s 24 and 55 Tribute

IPL is honoring the Pacers over All-Star Weekend by displaying the jersey numbers of Pacers' All-Stars Paul George and Roy Hibbert. The display can be seen on Monument Circle in downtown Indy. The jersey numbers will alternate sides of the building on Saturday and Sunday. To keep up on all the latest happenings throughout All-Star Weekend, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and at Pacers. ...

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Nate McMillan to coach Team Hill at 2014 Rising Stars Challenge

There won't be a night at NBA All-Star Weekend when a member of the Pacers organization isn't involved. For the second time, Paul George and Roy Hibbert both made the coveted All-Star team, which will be coached by Frank Vogel and his staff because Indiana has the best record in the Eastern Conference. Saturday night, George is competing in the Slam Dunk Contest. Following the All-Star Celebrity Game (7 p.m ...

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VIDEO: Videobombs continue, Paul George’s dunk reel

The Pacers are a lively bunch, in part due to their success but also because of the makeup of the team. Lance Stephenson is the unpredictable one, in a good way, more than not. Paul George is Mr. Smooth, Roy Hibbert is a man of the people, and George Hill is the hometown hero. After Indiana's 39-point stomping Monday night of the Denver Nuggets, Roy Hibbert was interviewed postgame by FOX Sports Indiana's B ...

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John Barnes Honored with Spirit of Hope Award

Prior to Monday's Pacers-Nuggets game, the Pacers held a special presentation at center court of Bankers Life Fieldhouse, as General Martin Umbarger of the Indiana National Guard presented Panther Racing managing partner John Barnes with his Spirit of Hope Award. In November of this past year, Barnes was honored in a ceremony in Washington DC with the prestigious Spirit of Hope Award, which was established ...

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Pacers turn 40, and looking fit

The Pacers have won 40 games. Today is Feb. 10. There's still one more game to be played before the All-Star break. Veteran fans should stop and reflect on that for a minute. Because veteran fans remember days when 40 wins made for a successful season. The Pacers failed to reach that round-number landmark in 11 of their first 13 NBA seasons, and had another five-year run of sub-40s from 2007-11. Wanna know ...

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Radio Highlights: Pacers 119, Nuggets 80

Listen to the highlights of the Pacers' 119-80 rout of the Denver Nuggets. The game improved the Pacers' home record to 25-2 on the season. Listen to the radio call by the Voice of the Pacers, Mark Boyle, and color analyst Bobby "Slick" Leonard. ...

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Brian Shaw likes Pacers adding Bynum, thinks he’ll help — if healthy

Before Frank Vogel and Pacers officials met with Andrew Bynum and Bynum's agent over dinner on Jan. 31, a Friday night, Vogel made a phone call to a former assistant. That call was to Denver, where Brian Shaw is in his first year as the Nuggets head coach. He was preparing to play the Toronto Raptors that night. "Gave them my two cents on Andrew, and what have you," he said. "I woke up the next morning to s ...

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A question yet to be answered

The Pacers are 39-11. Realistically, they could lose every one of their remaining 32 games and still make the playoffs. From a broad perspective, life in their world is good. Still, the occasional lapses in mental toughness, the lack of an edge, is a troubling quality for a team with legitimate championship ambition. The 17-point lead they blew at Orlando on Sunday is the latest, but hardly the only example ...

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