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Indiana’s Offense Taking Shape

In the mire of their eight-game losing streak, the response from members of the Pacers all seemed to contain the same sentiment, “We need more time.” Time for David West to get his legs under him. Time for George Hill to get healthy and reintegrate with the offense. Time to right the wrongs. And now, with the Pacers having won three of their last four games, it’s becoming clear what the Blue-and-Gold were t ...

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Sloan knows the pain of a Christmas cut

Donald Sloan thought he was the only one. “Ever. In history,” he said. As it turns out, he's just one of 19. One of 19 NBA players to be released by a team on Christmas Day, that day of fellowship and good cheer. As in, “Merry Christmas, kid, we bring you bad tidings, now get out of here.” Actually, coach Byron Scott and general manager Chris Grant were polite about it when they called him into their office ...

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Stuckey Not Stuck on Triple-Double

The opportunity was there for Rodney Stuckey, a chance to do something he'd never done in his seven previous NBA seasons. He had 20 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists after three quarters of the Pacers' 110-91 win over the Lakers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Monday, with plenty of time left to get the measly three assists that would give him his first career triple-double. He didn't get off the bench in ...

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Blazers Blimp Fiasco Amuses Broadcast Teams

By Greg Rappaport | A bizarre scene unfolded during the first half at the Moda Center in Portland on Thursday night. No, I'm not talking about the two teams combining to shoot just 36% through two quarters of play. The scene I'm referring to is of course when a behemoth indoor blimp in the shape of a Ford SUV landed in the crowd and then was unceremoniously shoved into the concourse by a cadre of ...

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What They’re Saying – December 5

The Indiana Pacers fell to the Portland Trail Blazers 88-82 Wednesday night in their third game of a mid-season West Coast road trip. Here's what they're saying about the game and the state of the Pacers: Indy Cornrows: The Indiana Pacers lived up to their early season resume with another close loss where the Pacers struggled to make plays down the stretch, wasting a solid comeback only to chalk up another ...

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Price here today, gone tomorrow — and back again

A.J. Price was signed by Cleveland Sunday, two days after he had been released by the Pacers. The Pacers had signed him three weeks earlier, a week after he had been released by Cleveland. Cleveland had signed him late in September. He was available because Minnesota had waived him in April. Minnesota got him because he had been left unsigned after one season with Washington, which signed him after the Pace ...

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What They’re Saying: December 1st, 2014

The Indiana Pacers waived guard A.J. Price on Friday to make room for guard C.J. Watson, returning from injury.  Watson and David West both made their season debuts Friday night in the Pacers' 98-83 home win over the Orlando Magic, before falling to the Cavaliers in Cleveland on Saturday 109-97. Here's what people around the web are saying on Price, Friday's win against the Magic, and the loss in Cleveland ...

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