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From its early years as an ABA dynasty with 4 championships to the glory days of the Reggie Miller era, the Pacers are one of the league's hottest teams. Below are the latest headlines.

Season Series on the Line as Pacers Take on Raptors Friday Night

The Central Division-leading Indiana Pacers will take on the Toronto Raptors in Toronto Friday evening at 7pm. One thing’s for sure: Toronto will be glad to put February behind them after losing back-to-back games to two sub .500 teams (Washington and Cleveland). And what better way to kick start March than by taking on one of […]

Rumor: Will Pacers’ Star Danny Granger Be Traded?

Is it possible that Danny Granger has played his last game as a Pacer? With the trade deadline approaching Thursday, March 15, rumor has it that the Pacers star small forward will be put on the trading block. It kinda makes sense if you stop to think about it. Ever since Granger went down with […]

Expect Physical, Low-Scoring Affair as Pacers Take on Bulls

Thus far, the Indiana Pacers have managed to stay atop the Eastern Conference’s Central Division by playing excellent defense. Ditto for the Chicago Bulls. While it is true Chicago currently holds a one-game lead over Indiana, the Pacers are looking to change that on Monday night in a game that is a makeup for a […]

Indiana Pacers: Summer League Update, Roy Hibbert Injured

The Indiana Pacers have concluded their week-long participation in the Orlando Summer League, and after watching the team compete in five games one thing became abundantly clear: Larry Bird struck gold with Indiana’s 2010 NBA Draft picks. Frank Vogel, the assistant coach who was in charge of running the summer league team, told Conrad Brunner […]

Indiana Pacers: Paul George

Paul George was born May 2, 1990 in Palmdale, California.  He was selected by the Indiana Pacers with the 10th pick in the first round of the 2010 NBA Draft. Despite possessing outstanding length and athleticism, and averaging 25 points, 12 rebounds, three assists, and three steals per game in his senior season, George wasn’t […]

Indiana Pacers Open Summer League Play

With the 2010 NBA Draft recently completed, Indiana Pacers fans got their first glimpse at the three rookies Larry Bird added to the team when the Pacers opened Summer League play in Orlando on Monday. Paul George, a 6’8″ Guard/Forward who the Pacers spent the 10th overall pick on in the draft, admitted to feeling […]

Second Annual Caroline Symmes Memorial Celebrity Softball Challenge

It was both an exciting and emotional evening at Victory Field in downtown Indianapolis Thursday night as some of our city’s biggest stars took part in the Second Annual Caroline Symmes Memorial Celebrity Softball Challenge. The event was sponsored by The Tony Stewart Foundation and benefited the Indiana Children’s Wish Fund, which is an organization that […]

Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks

Do you remember where you were May 7, 1995?  I do.  I was listening to the opening game of the Eastern Conference Semifinals between the Indiana Pacers and the New York Knicks in the backseat of my family’s mini-van.  We weren’t driving — we were parked in the lot of some forgotten soccer tournament, waiting […]

Indiana Pacers: Trade Deadline Looming

With the NBA Trade Deadline quickly nearing (3 p.m. Thursday), many who the follow the Indiana Pacers are wondering if Larry Bird will pull the trigger on a franchise-altering deal. While the Pacers have plenty of players they wouldn’t mind parting with (T.J. Ford, Mike Dunleavy, Troy Murphy and Jeff Foster to name a few) […]

Indiana Pacers: A.J. Price

Anthony Jordan Price grew up in Orange, New Jersey, and attended Amityville Memorial High School, leading his team to state titles in his sophomore and junior seasons.  Price, known as A.J. since an early age, is the son of Tony Price, a former University of Pennsylvania star who led the Quakers to the 1979 NCAA […]

Indiana Pacers: Taking Stock Against the Toronto Raptors

With the return of Danny Granger, Troy Murphy and Tyler Hansbrough back into the Indiana Pacers lineup, I figured now would great time for a little in-depth analysis of how the team is shaping up (taken from Monday night’s game against the Toronto Raptors): First Quarter 12:00: The Pacers open the game with Earl Watson, […]

2010 Indiana Pacers Wish List

After a three day break for the Holidays, the Indiana Pacers were back in action Saturday night. Facing the Atlanta Hawks at Conseco Fieldhouse, the Pacers failed to delight the Indianapolis crowd, losing 110-98. With the team in the midst of a monumental nose dive — they’ve lost 16 of their last 20 games — […]

Jeff Foster: Indiana Pacers

Jeff Foster grew up in San Antonio, Texas, and attended nearby Texas State University. He was originally selected with the 21st pick in the 1999 NBA Draft by the Golden State Warriors, but his draft rights were immediately sold to the Indiana Pacers for Vonteego Cummings and a future first rounder. The Pacers achieved great […]

FCF Hoosier Holiday Gift Guide Day 2: Tickets for Sports of All Sorts

‘Tis the season for giving, right? So we here at funcityfinder.com in Indianapolis felt that on top of giving you the best we’ve got when it comes to what’s going on in the Circle City, we will give you a little help in trying to find that perfect gift for the special someone on your […]

Catching Up With Former Indiana High School Basketball Standouts

During 2007 and 2008 an astonishing six players that attended high school in the Indianapolis area were drafted into the NBA.  Let’s take a look at the progress those six guys have made in their professional careers. Eric Gordon After playing just one season at Indiana University, the former North Central standout was selected with […]

Indiana Pacers Team Report

With the first month of the NBA season already passed, it’s time to take stock of where the Indiana Pacers stand in their quest to bring a playoff game back to downtown Indianapolis for the first time in four years. POINT GUARD: T.J. Ford’s started 12 of a possible 13 games at the point. The […]

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Dahntay Jones: Indiana Pacers

Jones was brought in by Indiana before the 2009 season in attempt to get tougher on the defensive end.  The Pacers signed him to a four year, $11 million contract.  A standout high school player in New Jersey, Jones earned McDonald’s All-American Honorable Mention honors during his senior season.  He originally attended nearby Rutgers University, […]

Roy Hibbert: Indiana Pacers

Hibbert was originally drafted 17th overall in the 2008 NBA Draft by the Toronto Raptors, but the Indiana Pacers acquired his services through a draft day trade that sent former Indianapolis icon Jermaine O’Neal to Toronto. The 7’2” Hibbert was born in Queens, New York, but attended Georgetown Prep High School in Bethesda, Maryland.  He […]

Indiana Pacers: A View From My Couch

What started out as an attempt to keep a running log of what I was hoping would be high-scoring, intriguing matchup between the Indiana Pacers and the Denver Nuggets, quickly turned into a game that only the most diehard of Indianapolis basketball fans would stay tuned into. So while the end result isn’t the entertaining […]

Pacers Make Conseco Fieldhouse Debut Tonight

If you’re looking for something fun to do in Indianapolis to get your weekend kicked off, the Indiana Pacers are hosting a free concert in downtown Indy tonight.  Third Eye Blind will be performing outside Conseco Fieldhouse on Pennsylvania Street starting at 6:30.  The concert is completely free, and Indianapolis sports fans in the crowd […]