Pacers thump Raptors in 2nd half, force game 7

There’s not much more to say. Game 7, here we come. After the heartbreak of game 5, in which they squandered a 13-point 4th quarter lead in the most disgusting of ways, the Indiana Pacers regathered themselves in the 2nd half of game 6 and cruised to a 101-83 victory, setting up a decisive game […]

Pacers play with rare fire, rout Raps to tie series 2-2

Game 4 in Indy was a make-or-break game, and the Pacers have tended to respond well with their backs against the wall. In the end, they did it again, playing with a passion and fire we’ve rarely seen this season, if at all, running out to a 7-0 lead to start the game and going […]

Pacers stun Raptors to go up 1-0

Wow. Consider me shocked. They say the playoffs offer a reset button, and I suppose that’s true, because the Indiana Pacers just crashed the party by taking game one from the Toronto Raptors with a 100-90 victory. Paul George went OFF in the second half, finishing with 33 points, 4 rebounds, 6 assists, 4 steals […]

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Do the Pacers stand a chance against the Raptors?

Er…not really. As much as I like to dream, the 7th seeded Indiana Pacers (45-37) need half a miracle to overcome the 2nd seeded Toronto Raptors (56-26) in their first round NBA playoffs match-up commencing Saturday afternoon. Granted, the odds are better than they would have been had the Pacers fallen to the 8th seed […]

Pacers return to playoffs, but as what seed?

Some historic happened in the NBA today. No, I’m not talking about the Golden State Warriors equaling the 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls’ record of 72 wins. I’m talking about the Indiana Pacers trouncing the Brooklyn Nets, 129-105, ensuring the team’s return to the playoffs after last year’s wasted season. Some say the Pacers might have been […]

Pacers kick off ‘cupcake’ final stretch with win over 76ers

The Indiana Pacers have been talking all season. Wait till PG gets his legs back and meshes with Monta. Wait till Myles Turner gets some games under his belt. Wait till CJ Miles and Rodney Stuckey to return from injuries. Wait till Ty Lawson returns from injury. The team will be “scary” then. All these […]

Ty Lawson injured in debut, but Pacers beat Spurs 99-91

Gosh these Pacers can be frustrating. Whenever you think they’ve turned the corner they chuck up a turd. But whenever you think they’re just about done they pull off a stunning victory like the one they did tonight against the Spurs. Final score, 99-91, with most of the damage done in the first quarter as […]

Pacers stun Thunder in OKC in 1st post-ASW outing

I don’t like to brag, but I did say before the game that if the Pacers were going to steal one from the Thunder in OKC they won’t get a better opportunity than the first game after the All-Star break. I didn’t really believe they’d do it, especially not after they fell behind by 7 […]

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Pacers say bye to small ball, welcome back smash-mouth

Well, it looks like the Indiana Pacers small ball experiment is officially over after just half a season. After all that talk from Larry Bird about playing more like Golden State and putting Paul George at the four (which never really happened anyway), coach Frank Vogel has settled on a traditional two-bigs lineup that he […]

Pacers finally win one in Turner’s 1st start

It’s been a long time coming. Myles Turner, the rookie stud set to become the new “beast” of the Pacers (since David West’s departure), finally got his first start of the season.  And he delivered. On a night where Paul George (who came in with back-to-back 30+ games) struggled with foul trouble and scored only […]

Myles Turner rises as Pacers fade

If the Indiana Pacers are going to slide, then at least it will be entertaining. As the team got trounced 122-110 by the Golden State Warriors, as expected, dropping their 4th in five games and going to 4-6 on their last 10 games, rookie big man Myles Turner continues to shine. He had a career-high […]

PG pours in 21-straight in 4th to ice Pistons

For the first three and a half quarters of tonight’s game against the Detroit Pistons, Paul George sucked. He was 2-11 from the field and had 7 turnovers, and the Pacers were staring at a possible third consecutive loss to drop themselves out of the playoff standings. Considering how badly George and the Pacers have […]

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Pacers hang on in East standings despite PG’s struggles

The so-called Leastern Conference has become the crazy conference this season. We’re two months into the season and there’s still just 3.5 games separating the first place team (Cleveland) and the ninth seed (Charlotte), which, by the way, was in second place just a week or so ago. The Pacers have largely managed to stay […]

Pacers pull away from Mavs to stay afloat in East

The Eastern Conference is such a tight race right now that there is only a 3-game difference between 1st seed and 9th. It’s so close that last year’s top seed, the Atlanta Hawks, are currently out of the playoff race. The Pacers won a big game against the Dallas Mavericks today to stay at 3rd […]

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