The eternally floor-bound Luis Scola made the fatal error of contesting Brandan Wright’s dunk attempt Tuesday night. Things did not end well for the Indiana Pacers forward. Scola did manage […] The post Brandan Wright Posterizes Luis Scola (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
As the Indiana Pacers look to continue life without Paul George, they hoped to get a victory against the Dallas Mavericks. The Mavericks continue to look like one of the top teams out West and stood as a massive test for a squad without its best player Watch the video for full highlights. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
NBA All-Star Paul George of the Indiana Pacers continues to rehab his broken leg as the young NBA season rolls on. George broke his leg in horrific fashion over the summer in a scrimmage game in Las Vegas as a member or Team USA, and has been working diligently to come back from the injury. Show More Summary
The red-hot Phoenix Suns looked to continue their recent run of success on Saturday, when they took on the Indiana Pacers. The Suns had won three straight but faced a tricky test from a Pacers squad that had won two straight. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The injury bug continues to hover around the Indiana Pacers. Rodney Stuckey is the next Pacers player to go down, after the team announced he sprained his wrist in a 106-83 loss to the Phoenix Suns: The Pacers described the play in which the injury occurred: Stuckey's been limited to six games this year, averaging 9.2 points and 1.8 assists a night. Show More Summary
Indiana Pacers All-Star center Roy Hibbert exited Saturday's game against the Phoenix Suns with a sprained ankle in the first quarter. The Pacers provided the details on Hibbert's injury: Hibbert can be a dominant force at times on the inside, but he has struggled maintaining consistency in his effort. Show More Summary
Almost everyone thought the Indiana Pacers would be worse this season. Replacing the departed Lance Stephenson and the injured Paul George with Rodney Stuckey and C.J. Miles was a step backward, no matter what sort of shine was put on...Show More Summary
Nobody would have expected a decimated 5-7 Indiana Pacers squad to produce some startlingly positive statistics this season. But they have. Let's start with returning point guard A.J. Price. Even though he has appeared in just six games this season through Nov. Show More Summary
Indiana Pacers forward Chris Copeland felt like this was going to be a big season. After mostly studying from the sidelines during Indiana's 56-win 2013-14 campaign, the 30-year-old prepared himself to take on a much larger role. But neither he nor the Pacers could have foreseen how dramatically different the two years would be. Show More Summary
Wednesday marked the 10th anniversary of arguably the ugliest moment in NBA history. On Thursday, Metta World Peace revealed an intriguing update to the saga. On Nov. 19, 2004, the Indiana Pacers and the Detroit Pistons were involved...Show More Summary
The Indiana Pacers looked to continue their recent hot streak on Wednesday night, when they took on the Charlotte Hornets. The Pacers' lockdown defense had carried them to wins in three of their last four, but the Hornets posed a stern...Show More Summary
It wasn't how the Indiana Pacers drew up the final play, but they were able to find a way to get the 88-86 home victory against the Charlotte Hornets. Pacers guard Solomon Hill just happened to be in the right place at the right time. Show More Summary
Wednesday night marked the first time Charlotte Hornets guard Lance Stephenson has faced the Indiana Pacers since leaving the team via free agency this past summer, and he was giving it his all on both ends of the court. Pacers center...Show More Summary
Lance Stephenson introduced as a #Hornets starter A video posted by Candace Buckner (@pacersinsider) on Nov 11, 2014 at 4:07pm PST This is Lance Stephenson's first game against the Pacers since leaving to sign with Charlotte. In an interview with the Indy Star, Stephenson said he expected boos to rain down. This sounds more like an even split between boos and cheers.
One night turned the 2004-05 Indiana Pacers from a title contender into the most dysfunctional franchise in the NBA. Ten years later, we check in with the key figures from "The Malice at the Palace." Ten years ago, the Indiana Pacers were a team on the rise, loaded with talented players and seemingly ready to compete for their first NBA championship. Show More Summary
This week marks the 10th anniversary of one of the craziest/scariest/most regrettable incidents in NBA history. “Malice at the Palace,” as it’s come to be known, began as a scuffle between the Detroit Pistons and the Indiana Pacers on the night of Nov. 19, 2004, but it quickly escalated into a full-scale brawl between players and the fans. Ex-NBA […]
For every franchise like the Indiana Pacers, who staunchly refuse to go over the luxury-tax threshold, even if it means losing a player of Lance Stephenson's caliber, there's a Mikhail Prokhorov-owned Brooklyn Nets squad. Money is no...Show More Summary
With their rough start to the 2014-15 NBA season, the Indiana Pacers are certain to target several players in a potential trade. The Pacers are severely depleted right now, and they need all they help they can possibly get. The Indianapolis...Show More Summary
The Miami Heat looked to continue their recent hot streak when they took on the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday night. The Heat had won two straight and five of their first seven but faced a tough test from a gritty Pacers squad eager to build momentum after snapping a six-game skid its last time out. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Luol Deng thought he had an easy layup. Not so much. We're sorry Mr. Luol Deng, but your application for a layup against the Indiana Pacers has been rejected: Sincerely, Roy Hibbert.