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How the Sacramento Kings defended Tyrese Haliburton

And why it matters.

Growth charts for every Pacer under 25

On monitoring both the present and future for Indiana’s pool of young talent.

How Tyrese Haliburton is making the right pass

As presented through the lens of double drags.

On the instinctual play of Chris Duarte

And the difference the 24-year-old rookie makes as an off-ball defender, presented in one play.

Lessons learned from the short-handed Pacers

On what can be applied, even in losing, when the team returns to full strength.

What one play-call says about the Pacers

Takeaways after watching every sighting of ghost flare-boomerang-step.

How the Pacers countered Sacramento’s top-locking defense

And why Chris Duarte and Justin Holiday were limited to a combined season-low in three-point attempts.

How the shorthanded Pacers can leverage small edges

With one win in seven games, every advantage matters.

Pacers agree to two-year extension with Malcolm Brogdon

Indiana’s starting point guard can’t be traded this season.

Why are the Pacers putting Domantas Sabonis in the corner?

And what’s the balance between interchangeability and role optimization?

What Torrey Craig brings to the Pacers

And why replicating the way Thaddeus Young filled gaps may be just as important on offense as defense.

Fifth Annual Pacers Summer League Primer

The meaningful guide to meaningless basketball.

How to fix the Pacers’ transition defense

And why simplicity might be the answer to a complex problem.

How Terry Stotts could steady the Pacers

On the former Portland head coach’s potential to anchor the locker room as well as the gains made on offense.

On Goga Bitadze and the impact of non-screens

How contactless basketball is both limiting and expanding the 21-year-old center’s game.

On the method in T.J. McConnell’s craftiness

And all the ways he avoids being undertaken by unders.

Nobody puts Edmond Sumner in the corner

On how the lanky slasher is living in the corner, without putting down permanent roots.

How cutting kept the Pacers offense moving in Miami

Takeaways from two roads wins over the Heat.

Why the Pacers are struggling to double-team the post

And how to fix it.

How teams are breaking the Pacers’ 2-3 zone

And what can be done about it.

Why the Pacers are struggling to prevent second-chance opportunities

And the side effects of trading Victor Oladipo.

NBA All-Star first returns: Domantas Sabonis ranks distant seventh

Sabonis will have to rely on the coaches to make his second All-Star appearance.

Pacers Podcast: Two Questions, Two-ahh!

Discussing the latest trends from the west coast road trip as well as the first 13 games of the season.

The Pacers ran the same play three times in a row. Here’s why it matters

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.

How Nate Bjorkgren is deploying Domantas Sabonis like Pascal Siakam

And what switching roles with Malcolm Brogdon means for the continued evolution of the Indiana Raptors.

An analysis of Malcolm Brogdon going left as a shooter

Indiana’s starting point guard is still going to be involved in ball screens, even if he also plays more away from the ball.

How Chris Finch could invert the Pacers’ offense with continuous spacing

The 50-year-old Pelicans assistant has reportedly interviewed for Indiana’s head coaching vacancy.

Pacers Podcast: Evaluating the Starting Five

The One, Episode 3

Dave Joerger could teach the Pacers to run — but at what cost?

Just like pursuing the offensive glass can have an impact on transition defense, so too can leaking out on finishing stops with rebounds.

How Jacque Vaughn could help the Pacers find offensive rhythm

And why his Second Act with — or without — Victor Oladipo could play out much differently than the first.

The Pacers got swept, again. Now what?

On the multitude of confounding factors that led to T.J. Warren’s explosive start and the team’s disappointing finish.

Why T.J. Warren’s gravity has to boost the Pacers’ offense

With T.J. Warren being defended like a star, the Pacers need to take advantage of space that wasn’t there before.