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What They’re Saying: October 31st, 2014

The Indiana Pacers won their season-opener 103-91 Wednesday night at home against the Philadelphia 76ers. Here's what people are saying around the web on the victory, and on their matchup against Memphis on Friday night. IndyStar's Gregg Doyel: "As constructed on this night, the Indiana Pacers and Philadelphia 76ers are as toothless as anybody in the NBA -- a pair of immature teams with too many injuries an ...

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Pacers’ Depth Will Be Tested Early

By Wheat Hotchkiss | The regular season begins on Wednesday night, and the Pacers' depth will be tested right away this season. Indiana announced Monday that starting point guard George Hill (knee contusion), starting power forward David West (sprained ankle) and backup point guard C.J. Watson (bruised foot) will all be out for the start of the season. West will miss at least three games, putting ...

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Pacers Reunite with Lance in Charlotte

By Wheat Hotchkiss | Lance Stephenson is now a member of the Charlotte Hornets, but he reunited with a few of his former Pacers teammates on Wednesday night. With the Pacers in town for Thursday's preseason finale, Stephenson had dinner in Charlotte with Roy Hibbert, George Hill, and Ian Mahinmi. Also present were Pacers rookie Shayne Whittington and Director of Player Relations Heather Denton. B ...

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Copeland’s just chillin’

If you want to talk with Chris Copeland after a game, you better catch him quickly. Otherwise, you're in for a long wait. Copeland's routine after home games is unique among the Pacers. He'll undress after coach Frank Vogel has met with the players, taking a few minutes to chat with teammates or any reporters who wander by his locker, and then head for the cold tub in the training area. He'll sit there, num ...

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Vogel Justly Rewarded with New Extension

By Wheat Hotchkiss | Writer/Editor The Pacers announced earlier today that head coach Frank Vogel signed a multi-year contract extension. It's a deserved deal for Vogel, who has quickly proven himself as one of the brightest and most liked coaches in the entire league. Though there has been unfounded speculation in recent months that Vogel may be on some kind of hot seat, this news reaffirms that ...

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