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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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What They’re Saying: Paul George’s Injury

Ink on Indy: "The Pacers still have a good chance of making the playoffs in the Eastern Conference next year."  Read More 8 Points, 9 seconds: "The Pacers can still win games with the current roster." Read More Thanks everybody for the love and support.. I'll be ok and be back better than ever!!! Love y'all!! #YoungTrece— Paul George (@Paul_George24) August 2, 2014 Fox 59: "Other players will ...

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What They’re Saying: Rodney Stuckey

Indy Star: “That's why I took this opportunity," Stuckey said. "I thought this was just a good fit, a good situation for me to come in to start my career over. I'm excited." Read More Detroit News: “If he’s ready and grown up from the situations he’s seen and taken part in, the Pacers will get quite the bargain, as he signed for the veteran’s minimum.” Read More Newest #Pacers player Rodney Stuckey says he' ...

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What They’re Saying: Free Agents

After the Pacers re-signed Lavoy Allen and signed C.J Miles and Damjan Rudez, the Internet provides many opinions and analysis of Indiana's decision. 8Points9Seconds: “We’re very glad to have C.J. and he really wanted to be here,” said team president Larry Bird. “Damjan is one of the best shooters in Europe,” said Bird. We look forward to having him in a Pacer uniform. “We’re very happy to have Lavoy back,” ...

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What They’re Saying: Pacers-Heat Game 5

After a series-saving Game Five victory over the Heat, the Internet is abuzz with discussion about Paul George’s historical fourth quarter. “Paul George exploded in the second half, particularly in the fourth quarter, scoring 21 in the frame – more than any other player for the entire game – to lead the Pacers to a 93-90 victory.” Read More ESPN: “Never in James' career had he been called for fi ...

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What They’re Saying – Eastern Conference Finals Game Two

After a tough loss to the Heat in Game Two, the attention of the Internet is fixed on whether or not Paul George will be able to play in Game Three USA Today: With less than 7 minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, George chased after a loose ball. While also in pursuit, Wade inadvertently landed his knee to the back of George's head.” Read More Pro Basketball Talk: “Without George and on the road in Miam ...

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What They’re Saying – Pacers-Heat Game One

Here's a look at what the people of the interweb are saying about the Pacers Game One win over the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals. Associated Press: "For months, people wondered what happened to the Indiana team that dominated the first half of the NBA season. On Sunday, those Pacers suddenly reappeared." Read More NY Times: "Change the narrative. Alter the perception. Convince the basketball-v ...

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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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What They’re Saying – First Round Playoff Edition

Here's a look around the world wide web at what people are saying about the Pacers first round playoff series against the Atlanta Hawks. The series is tied 1-1, with the third game set to tip off tonight in Atlanta at 7 p.m. Si Point Forward: "A month of frustrating, fatigue, fed-up stars and frankly horrible basketball spilled over and swept the Hawks away. Indiana closed the third quarter on a 24-6 run an ...

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What They’re Saying – April 11

Here's a look around the web at what people are saying about the Pacers victory over the Milwaukee Bucks Wednesday night and the important matchup with the Miami Heat tonight: ESPN True Hoop: "With the game looking like it was headed for overtime in the last remaining seconds due to a boneheaded foul, Vogel drew up a play (not the picket fence, sadly) for Chris Copeland, a guy who has been an afterthought a ...

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