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Pacers.com Staff Season Predictions

With the 2013-14 season tipping off tonight, the Pacers.com staff decided to compile predictions for the upcoming season. See who each of us picked to make the playoffs and hoist the Larry O'Brien trophy, as well as our best stab at the yearly awards. Our esteemed panel: Mark Montieth, Pacers.com Writer Scott Agness, Pacers.com Beat Writer Jeff Tzucker, Pacers.com Editor-in-Chief Wheat Hotchkiss, Pacers.com ...

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What They’re Saying – October 23

Here's a look around the web at what people are saying about the Pacers upcoming 2013-14 season. The Pacers begin the regular season on Tuesday, October 29th with a home game against the Orlando Magic. Rant Sports: "One of the reasons that the Pacers have been able to keep Hibbert healthy over the years is that they have been economical with his minutes-load since he entered the NBA." Read More Indy Star: “ ...

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What They’re Saying – October 16

Here’s a look around the web at what people are saying about expectations for the Pacers in the upcoming 2013-14 season. Indy Star: Houston topped triple digits in both contests and averaged 20 fast-break points per game. For a Pacers team that ranked first in the league last season in suffocating transition scoring (9.8 points allowed to opponents), the poor defense looked out of place. However, the Pacers ...

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What They’re Saying – October 2

Here's a look around the web at what people are saying about the Pacers training camp and the upcoming 2013-14 season. Indy Star: For the 2013-14 season, the bench has been rebooted. Now when coach Frank Vogel looks down at the guys in warm-ups, he’ll have the likes of Luis Scola and Chris Copeland to plug into the frontcourt, along with point guard C.J. Watson and rookie swingman Solomon Hill. Danny Grange ...

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Reports: Paul George Agrees to 5-year Extension

Editor's Note: This story is ongoing and is being updated as events unfold. Last update: 12:49 PM. Late Sunday night, Yahoo!'s Adrian Wojnarski and Mark J. Spears cited league sources that Pacers forward Paul George will re-sign this week for five years, $90 million dollars. Y! Sources (w/ @SpearsNBAYahoo): Indiana finalizing a 5-year, $90 million-plus max extension with Paul George. http://t.co/YgS0XCoALv ...

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2013-14 Schedule to be Released Tuesday

NBA TV will announce the 2013-14 NBA regular season schedule during the network’s one-hour NBA 2013-14 Schedule Release Special on Tuesday, Aug. 6 at 6 p.m. ET. The show will unveil the entire regular season national television schedule, highlighting the season’s most-anticipated games including the opening week of the season, Christmas Day and Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Matt Winer will host the special wi ...

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What They’re Saying – Luis Scola Trade

Here's a look around the web at what people are saying about the Pacers recent aquisition of veteran forward Luis Scola. Indy Star: "The Pacers acquired center/forward Luis Scola in exchange for forwards Gerald Green and Miles Plumlee and a future first-round draft pick… It’s another sign that the Pacers are going all-out in pursuit of a NBA championship after losing to eventual champion Miami in seven game ...

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Basketball Without Borders – Day 4

Basketball without Borders Americas 2013 wrapped up today with an All-Star game featuring the best talent from the past four days.  Twenty players represented nine countries , with Brazil and Argentina making up more than half of the rosters with five players each.  The white team- coached by Pepe Sanchez and Carlos Delfino- started off the game strong holding a lead through the first quarter.  However, by ...

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Basketball Without Borders – Day 3

After morning skills stations, day three at CENARD saw the San Antonio Spurs, led by Ime Udoka, remaining undefeated on their way to claiming the Basketball without Borders Americas 2013 Camp Championship with a commanding win over the Dallas Mavericks. The NBA players spent the day volunteering in the Retiro neighborhood of La Plata with NBA Cares community partner TECHO, which focuses on meeting immediate ...

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Reports: Green, Scola in Trade

Late on a Friday night into early Saturday morning, a time rare for breaking news in the sports world (particularly for trades), the rumor mill started churning. This time, the rumor mill caught Gerald Green and the Suns' Luis Scola. As can happen with these things, someone close to the player(s) makes a pronouncement, seemingly out of the blue. Except, this time it was at a time when many people were eithe ...

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