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Moore Has 55 Reasons to Stay Hungry

E'Twaun Moore still wears jersey No. 55. Still needs reminding that he doesn't have it made, even after game-winning heroics. Moore scored a career-high 19 points and hit the game-winning three-pointer in Chicago's two-point victory over Oklahoma City on Thursday, but that seemed a distant memory by the time he arrived at Bankers Life Fieldhouse to play the Pacers on Friday. The Purdue graduate is in his fo ...

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Pacers-Grizzlies Game Moved to ESPN

The Pacers picked up another national TV game on Tuesday afternoon. The NBA announced that the Pacers' regular season finale on April 15 at Memphis will now be televised. That matchup promises to be of potential import on the season's final day, with the Pacers battling for one of the final spots in the Eastern Conference and the Grizzlies fighting for a top seed in the West. Tipoff for the game has been mo ...

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Pacers Trying to Ignore Favorable Schedule

The Pacers are saying all the right things about the remaining schedule that seems to tilt in their favor, running off all the relevant cliches. After Sunday's 94-74 victory over Philadelphia at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, one could hear talk of taking one game at a time, not taking any opponent for granted, and not getting too high over a win or too low over a loss throughout the locker room. Still, they shou ...

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What They’re Saying – February 27

Pacers' forward Paul George returned to full practice for the first time, since injuring his right leg in August. During the practice, George participated in 5-on-5 scrimmaging and shot around with his teammates. There has yet to be a date set for PG’s return, but he said he is excited to be back on the court. ESPN- "In some ways, George already looks like his old self. He smiled and slapped hands with team ...

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Pacers Discuss Paul George Injury, Recovery in Part 2 of “The Road Back”

Bleacher Report has been chronicling Paul George's comeback in a video series titled "The Road Back." In the first episode, we heard directly from Paul and his parents about the night of his horrific leg injury in the USA Basketball Showcase and the first few weeks of his rehab. The second episode, released this morning, primarily features other members of the Pacers organization. Several of George's teamma ...

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C.J. Miles Puts A Ring On It

While in sunny Cancun enjoying his All-Star break, Pacers swingman C.J. Miles proposed to his girlfriend Lauren Smith. Miles posted a picture of Smith's hand with the new piece of hardware on it to his Instagram account. Came all the way down to Cancun to give half my closet away smh lol #ThrewInTheTowel #DontWannaBeAPlayaNoMore #OffTheMarketLadies #NoDmsMa #OkImDone lol #StillTheHashGawdEvenThoImGettingMar ...

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Back To The Future: Frank Vogel Edition

Before last night’s game, Pacers coach Frank Vogel held his usual pregame media scrum in the hallway outside of the Pacers locker room. Some questions pertained to the game itself, but many were about the significance the coach prowling the opposing sideline, Gregg Popovich, who was on the precipice of career win number 1,000. Vogel, like many coaches, spoke about Popovich with reverence, calling him a tact ...

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Pollard over Duncan? Well, Maybe

San Antonio had the No. 1 pick in the 1997 NBA draft, having been stratospherically lucky by winning the lottery despite having the third-worst record the previous season. Tim Duncan, the All-American center from Wake Forest, was the consensus choice to go first, but Gregg Popovich had his doubts. He liked this center out of Kansas, Scot Pollard. “It's a true story,” Popovich said before the Spurs played th ...

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