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Dahntay Jones on Indiana: ‘hunger isn’t there’

As we continue to search for answers - and it's not as simple as just one - to the Pacers' poor close to the season and troubles into the playoffs, one recent Pacers player believes the team has lost its hunger. "From the perspective of once being there and then from being at home just watching it, it just seems as if the level of hunger isn't there," said Dahntay Jones, who played 186 games in a Pacers uni ...

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What They’re Saying – First Round Playoff Edition, April 28

Here's a look around the wide, world of the interweb at what people are saying about the Pacers first round playoff series against the Atlanta Hawks. USA Today: "The Indiana Pacers knew what they were up against. This was a game they had to have. Finally, they showed some grit and resilience, regaining the home-court edge that slipped away when they were stunned by the No. 8-seeded Hawks in Game 1." Read Mo ...

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Pacers Weekly: Duane Ferrell

Mark Boyle chats with former Pacers player and current Hawks Player Relations Manager Duane Ferrell. Duane talks about what it was like to play for Larry Bird and his experience working in the Hawks' front office. ...

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Pacers Weekly: Adrian Wojnarowski

Mark Boyle is joined by Yahoo Sports reporter Adrian Wojnarowski for this edition of the Pacers Weekly podcast. They discuss a variety of topics, including draft night, the Knicks' search for a new head coach, and what impact the increase in salary cap will have on teams. ...

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FSI’s Game 3 Rating Nearly Breaks Record

Pacers fans are as interested as they've been in the team in more than a decade, based on sellout totals and television ratings. FOX Sports Indiana's Game 3 telecast of the Pacers and Hawks first-round series received a 9.9 rating, according Nielsen Media Research, its highest-rated Pacers game since May 17, 1999. The 9.9 rating means about 9.9 percent of households in Indianapolis were tuned into the game. ...

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Vogel most deserving of Rudy Tomjanovich Award

I've known Pacers coach Frank Vogel since he joined the organization as an assistant coach back in 2007. And since becoming the head coach in 2011, his first head-coaching gig, he hasn't changed a bit. His sense of humor, positiveness and general care for others is obvious on a daily basis. Vogel being named the recipient of the Rudy Tomjanovich award not only isn't surprising, but it's most deserving. The ...

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Paul George’s Papa John’s spot to debut Monday

Paul George will soon have another commercial airing nationally. The Pacers' budding star has worked with Papa John's Pizza closely over the last year and will appear in their national ad campaign for their new Sweet Chili Chicken Pizza through the NBA Playoffs. The commercial will begin running in Indianapolis today, April 25th and then debut nationally on Monday. The commercial was shot about one month ag ...

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