The Indiana Pacers looked to continue their playoff push Tuesday night when they took on fellow postseason hopefuls the Brooklyn Nets. The Pacers sat a half-game out of the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference, behind both the Nets and Celtics, and had won two of their last three. Show More Summary
Roy Hibbert provides the Indiana Pacers with tremendous effort on both sides of the floor. But he may want to leave the three-point shooting to his teammates. Watch the video above as Hibbert attempts to knock down a deep trey with the shot clock winding down. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Trying to extend their win streak to four games, the Brooklyn Nets host the Indiana Pacers at Barclays Center in the NBA.
Earlier today, the NBA and the Pacers addressed the controversial new Indiana law that potentially permits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation under the guise of religious freedom. Coincidentally (or otherwise), the NFL and the Colts have now done so, too. “The Colts have always embraced inclusiveness, tolerance, and a diverse fan base,” Colts owner…
Joint Statement from NBA, @WNBA, @Pacers and @IndianaFever pic.twitter.com/vqABvR6ua6 — NBA (@NBA) March 28, 2015 The State of Indiana recently passed a law that expressly allows discrimination based on sexual orientation under the banner of religious liberty. Show More Summary
Having lost seven of their last 10 games, the Indiana Pacers hoped to rebound and get back into the Eastern Conference playoff picture as they took on the Dallas Mavericks on Sunday. The Mavs entered the night having won just five of their last 10 and hoping to find a better run of form before the playoffs begin. Watch the video for full highlights. Show More Summary
Dallas will face Indiana on Sunday without leading scorer Monta Ellis and J.J. Barea.
Although the NFL and Indianapolis Colts have so far been silent on the matter, the NBA and the Indiana Pacers added their voices to those of the NCAA, Charles Barkley and Reggie Miller in speaking out about Indiana’s new Religious Freedom Restoration Act. On Saturday, the league, the Pacers, the WNBA and the Indiana Fever […]
The following joint statement was issued today by the NBA, WNBA, Indiana Pacers and Indiana Fever in regard to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act recently signed into law in Indiana:
The Indiana Pacers began this season with some holes to fill. Both of their starting wings were gone—Paul George rehabbing from a catastrophic leg injury suffered in a Team USA scrimmage and Lance Stephenson departing as a free agent...Show More Summary
Leo Messi and his Argentina teammates took in an NBA game during their stay in the US this week, with the Indiana Pacers taking on the Washington Wizards. With the world’s greatest player in attendance, the TV broadcasters were naturally delighted to be in the company of such greatness. And sure enough, Messi’s face appeared […]
A night after defeating the Washington Wizards, the Indiana Pacers looked for a second straight victory against the Milwaukee Bucks. Indiana entered Thursday on the outside of the Eastern Conference playoff picture looking in, and a victory would put pressure on the teams in front of them as we approach the stretch run of the season. Show More Summary
The Indiana Pacers pay a visit to the Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday in a clash of contenders for one of the bottom three playoff spots in the Eastern Conference. After the Bucks won the first meeting between these teams way back on Nov. Show More Summary
The Indiana Pacers came away with a thrilling 103-101 win Wednesday over the Washington Wizards thanks to a late layup from George Hill. After that shot, the Wizards still had one last chance, but before Rasual Butler's half-court heave, Washington coach Randy Wittman began to walk past the bench to make his exit. Show More Summary
It was a tremendous battle tonight as the Washington Wizards hosted the Indiana Pacers, but the Pacers came out on top. George Hill had a terrific night with 29 points, seven rebounds and nine assists, but his most crucial contribution...Show More Summary
Mired in a six-game losing streak, the Indiana Pacers hoped to get back to winning ways against the Washington Wizards. The Wizards entered having lost three straight games and were looking to find some momentum before the postseason. Watch the video for full highlights. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal left the game against the Indiana Pacers late in the first quarter Wednesday night with a right ankle sprain.
The third year Washington guard exited in the first quarter. Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal exited Wednesday's game against the Indiana Pacers after rolling his ankle in the first quarter. Beal was helped up and limped toward the sideline to see a trainer. Show More Summary
Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal was forced to leave the team's Wednesday game against the Indiana Pacers due to a sprained ankle. Continue for updates. Beal Sprains Ankle vs. Pacers Wednesday, March 25 Chris Miller of CSN Washington...Show More Summary
Indiana Pacers guard Rodney Stuckey will miss Wednesday night's game against the Washington Wizards due to a sore calf. Continue for updates. Stuckey Out vs. Wizards Wednesday, March 25 The Pacers announced would miss the game prior to tip-off: Stuckey, 28, also missed Monday's loss to the Houston Rockets due to the injury. Show More Summary