Indiana Pacers News

Report: Ian Mahinmi 'leaves' Team France


According to various reports from European news outlets, an injury has caused Ian Mahinmi to leave Team France prior to the official start of the FIBA World Cup.

Luis Scola represents Argentina at FIBA World Cup


The Pacers veteran forward earned his way to the NBA in part through his illustrious career in international play for the powerhouse Argentina national team.

Paul George's injury sparks change


Crashing into a basket stanchion and suffering an open tibia-fibula fracture, Paul George's injury may not have instigated the NBA's decision to make baselines safer, but it probably expedited it.

Pacers reportedly giving C.J. Fair a closer look


The former Syracuse swingman will try to impress the Pacers after going undrafted following his senior season.

Larry Bird takes the ALS ice bucket challenge


Watch the glory that is Larry Bird getting ice water dropped on his head.

Lance Stephenson enjoying the good life in NYC


After cashing in with the Charlotte Hornets in free agency, Lance Stephenson is spending some time back home and spending some of that new contract.

Roy Hibbert plays Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare


The Pacers center loves to defend the rim but off the court enjoys defending himself in multiplayer games. He recently had a chance to take his Call of Duty game to a new level.

Shawn Marion reportedly set to sign with Cavaliers


The Pacers took a shot at signing Marion to fill in at small forward with Paul George out for the year, but the vet valued the chance to play deep in the playoffs.

Paul George Accentuates the Positive


At his first press conference since suffering an open tibia-fibula fracture, it was evident that Paul George views his setback as something that will only make him stronger.

Links: Paul George outfits his high school in 24


After making a marketing move to change his number, Paul George made sure his hometown would keep the memories alive of his early years in the NBA.


Where will the Pacers be in twelve months?


After a nearly apocalyptic 2014, the hope is the Pacers will begin to rise from the ashes in a year's time. Seemingly stuck in a perpetual holding pattern, it might be easier to focus on the future...

Vogel and Bird's message: 'We're here to win'


Speaking with the media, Coach Frank Vogel and Larry Bird emphasized what should already be obvious. Even without their star, the Pacers' goal is to win as many games as possible.

Shawn Marion met 'face-to-face' with Larry Bird


ESPN's Marc Stein reports that free agent Shawn Marion had a "face-to-face meeting" with the Pacers President of Basketball Operations.

"PG-13" is really happening


Switching his number from 24 to 13, Paul George's new nickname is sure to be "PG-13." More importantly, let's all just hope that his game can one day again be Rated R.

Dragic says Suns turned down Hibbert, Copeland


According to a translated interview from a Slovenian sports outlet, the Pacers offer of their All-Star big man and change was turned down.

Slick Leonard goes into the Hall of Fame


The coach that guided the Indiana Pacers to three ABA titles is finally in the Hall of Fame.

Pacers Release 2014-15 Preseason Schedule


The Indiana Pacers have officially released the team's 2014-2015 seven-game exhibition schedule.

Indiana Pacers: A plea on behalf of PG


Here's to hoping the Indiana Pacers don't willingly sink to the low of lows in the wake of Paul George's injury.

Knox Indy Pro Am cancels season finale


The summer hoops celebration in Indy lost its star when Paul George injured his knee in Las Vegas which pushed the Knox Indy Pro Am to cancel their final night.

MarShon Brooks, Gary Forbes on Pacers' radar


Real GM has reported that Indiana is looking at adding MarShon Brooks and Gary Forbes following Paul George's injury

For IND, Disabled Player Exception is problematic


In the wake of Paul George's injury, the Collective Bargaining Agreement's Disabled Player Exception presents problems and provides little consolation.

Links: For PG, Mentality is Key to Rehabilitation


A summation of the physical as well as mental and emotional challenges ahead of Paul George during his path toward recovery.

The immediate aftershock of Paul George's injury


The surreal experience in Las Vegas following Paul George's injury

NBA, Social Media show unity with support for PG


As the outpouring of support for Paul George's speedy recovery proves, sometimes when basketball is forced to stop, solidarity, in turn, begins.

Larry Bird, USA Basketball react with concern


Following Paul George's brutal leg injury, the Pacers president along with Mike Krzyzewski and Jerry Colangelo focused on Paul George the man, not the basketball player.

Paul George vows to return better than ever


The Pacers star may no return to the court any time soon but he quickly let everyone know he will be back.

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