As the Brooklyn Nets and Houston Rockets were working out the NBA's next blockbuster trade, the Indiana Pacers saw an opportunity.
There are only two teams that have managed to post a 3-0 record through three games to start the seeding games in the NBA bubble; the Phoenix Suns and Indiana Pacers — and the Pacers have done so without All-Star forward Domantas Sabonis in the lineup. He left the bubble to seek treatment for a foot injury.
With the ongoing COVID-19 concerns in America, the chances of the NBA restarting the 2019-20 season appear increasingly slim. If the season does end up being lost, there are plenty of storylines that won’t be able to reach conclusions.
Ahead of free agency over the summer, the Indiana Pacers were facing a potentially difficult situation. Bojan Bogdanovic was set to hit free agency and there weren’t many potential replacement options on the open market.
The NBA’s regular season is upon us and the Indiana Pacers are a different team than they were at this point last year. The Pacers open tonight against the Detroit Pistons.
The Indiana Pacers are entering a crucial season that could have a strong influence on their long-term future. One of the key factors contributing to that is Domantas Sabonis starting at power forward and being eligible for a contract extension.
The Kokomo Jackrabbits exploded for nine runs over the sixth and seventh innings to take control and went on to beat the Kenosha Kingfish 13-4 Tuesday night.
The Indiana Pacers began last season as one of the few teams in the league to keep their same starting lineup intact from the 2017-18 season. That certainly won't be the case again next season.
The NBA Draft is rapidly approaching, and free agency is just around the corner as well. Getting closer to those dates has allowed for more insight to be shared regarding what the Indiana Pacers may be thinking about doing.
The Indiana Pacers are currently on track to face the Boston Celtics in the first round of the playoffs but whether they will have home-court advantage or not has yet to be determined.
Indiana Pacers center Myles Turner has emerged as an elite defender for what has been one of the NBA's top defensive teams this season.
The arrival of the NBA trade deadline is rapidly approaching and it’s important that the Indiana Pacers make the most of it. There have not been many reports regarding what they may be interested in doing at the deadline, but that is not uncommon.
It was a rough stretch for the Indiana Pacers' defense without Myles Turner in the lineup, but that period is over. He made his return from a four-game absence during their 131-97 win over the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday.
The month of December was awfully kind to the Indiana Pacers, who closed that particular stretch of their schedule with a league-best 12-3 record and a five-game winning streak.
The Indiana Pacers have received an effective stretch of performances from Myles Turner lately. He has continued to anchor the team’s defense while upping his production on the offensive end of the floor.
The Indiana Pacers are halfway through a West Coast road trip and are off to a 2-0 start. Their first win came against the Utah Jazz on Monday and then against the Phoenix Suns on the second night of a back-to-back.
The Indiana Pacers took a 4-3 record into Wednesday’s matchup with the New York Knicks. While they had a winning record, there are a few issues they must address as the year progresses.
For players who are not a lock to have a role in a team’s rotation during the regular season, it’s crucial they make the most of their time on the floor in preseason.
The Indiana Pacers decided to decline Lance Stephenson’s $4.36 million team-option, and that will make him an unrestricted free agent this summer. As expected, this was a move that was not received too kindly by many Pacers fans. It is essential to understand the context of the situation, though.
The Indiana Pacers used their first-round pick to select former UCLA star Aaron Holiday, the brother of NBA players Jrue Holiday (New Orleans Pelicans) and Justin Holiday (Chicago Bulls). For some background about Holiday, he will turn 22 in September, he stands at 6-feet-1 with a 6-7 wingsp…
Atlanta Hawks point guard Dennis Schröder is unhappy with losing and he voiced this displeasure at a German Basketball Federation press conference in Braunschqeig, Germany.
This Week's Circulars
- Indianapolis man grows lettuce, herbs in shipping containers
- More local Stellantis workers on furlough due to chip shortage
- Markland Mall expands operating hours
- Local GM facility to store vehicles waiting on microchip
- Man sentenced in 2019 murder, gets life without parole for third time
- A server shortage: Local restaurants struggle to find workers as business surges
- Miami County Probation Department introduces its newest employee
- Northwestern teachers receive COVID-19 stipends
- 6-month old killed in Miami County crash
- Kokomo schools expected to name next superintendent soon