The Pacers will also be looking for some consistency from Tuesday night's stars, Paul George and Roy Hibbert both of whom left their mark on the Pacers record book in the team's overtime win against the New Orleans Hornets. The Pacers don't need record-breaking performances from the duo every night, but relying on the pair to play at a winning level more nights than not would be nice.
Against the Spurs, all of the Pacers have to bring it or they will be in line for another lesson delivered by the savvy San Antonio squad, just as they did a couple of weeks ago in San Antonio. The Pacers have lost ten straight games to the Spurs which seems like enough, which makes tonight a perfect time to end the streak.
Check out the links:
- Pacers offense shows progress | Indianapolis Star | indystar.com
- Denari's Den with Guest Quinn Buckner 11/22 | THE OFFICIAL SITE OF THE INDIANA PACERS
- Alpha dog unleashed, George must let it hunt | 1070 The Fan – Opinion & Analysis
- Pacers try to snap 10-game streak against Spurs | 1070 The Fan – Opinion & Analysis
- Spurs Nation " Parker gets Pop’s point, gets in paint
- Game Preview: San Antonio Spurs @ Indiana Pacers - Pounding The Rock
- Spurs-Pacers Preview - AP
- Shooting Stars: Parker, Martin, George - TrueHoop Blog - ESPN
- All Nine of Paul George’s Three-Pointers | Eight Points, Nine Seconds
- Players questioning Lawrence Frank’s rotations in Detroit | ProBasketballTalk
- Brandon Roy reveals that his arthritic knees are one step away from knee replacement-level | Ball Don't Lie - Yahoo! Sports