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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.

Positional Breakdown of the Indiana Pacers

With the regular season kicking off tonight in Atlanta, I figured now would be as good a time as any to bring you a position-by-position breakdown of the Indiana Pacers. You can check out a previous Pacers preseason update for more team analysis. The game tonight tips off at &:00, and if you’re looking for […]

Brandon Rush: Indiana Pacers

After a decorated collegiate career at the University of Kansas, which included leading the Jayhawks to the 2008 NCAA Championship, Rush was selected by the Portland Trailblazers with the 13th overall selection.  Minutes later, he was traded to the Indiana Pacers, along with Jarrett Jack and Josh McRoberts, for Jerryd Bayless and Ike Diogu.  Rush […]

Troy Murphy: Indiana Pacers

Troy Murphy, originally from New Jersey, attended the University of Notre Dame from 1999 -2001. While there, Murphy used his polished post game and silky smooth jumper to dominate the opposition.  Murphy was a two time consensus first-team All-American, and was named the Big East Player of the Year following both his sophomore and junior […]

Indiana Pacers Preseason Update

With the regular season a little over a week away, let’s address some recent goings-on with the Indiana Pacers. BIRD STEPPING DOWN? -Earlier this week it was reported by Peter Vecsey, an NBA columnist and noted rumor-monger with the New York Post, that Larry Bird would be stepping down as President of the Pacers at […]

Lowlights of the Pacers Trip to China

Yesterday we looked at the trip highlights from the Indiana Pacers in China. Today, we go behind the curtain to see the negatives that surfaced on the “NBA Games” goodwill tour. LOWLIGHTS -As strong and enthusiastic as the Indiana Pacers were on the defensive end in the first game, they were equally as bad and […]

Highlights of the Pacers Trip to China

In case you missed the Indiana Pacers two-game preseason tilt in the Far East — and with the game broadcast in Indy during  the wee hours of a weekend morning, it’s understandable if you did — let’s take a look back at the highlights and lowlights of the overseas exhibition. Author’s Note:  You can get […]

Indiana Pacers Extend O’Brien

In an off season that has seen many changes, the Indiana Pacers announced today that at least something will stay the same. Just this afternoon, news out of Conseco Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis confirms that the Pacers have exercised the team’s option on head coach Jim O’Brien’s contract. This means that O’Brien will be patrolling […]

Luther Head is now an Indiana Pacer

The Indiana Pacers have continued their quest to build a team that will put them back on top of the NBA’s Eastern Conference today by signing free agent Luther Head. Luther grew up just north of Indiana in Chicago, IL where he played collegiate ball for University of Illinois in the Big Ten conference against […]

Jamaal Tinsley | Indiana Pacers Point Guard, a Talented Problem Child

Jamaal Tinsley, point guard for the Indiana Pacers out of Indianapolis, seems to be out of wind, out of sail and out of luck, at least for a while. Attitude problems and more have caused the Pacers to remove his name from what used to be his locker. A talented athlete, Tinsley might just go […]

The Pacers Foundation: Making a Difference

As one of the most celebrated sports teams in Indianapolis, the Indiana Pacers have a lot to give to the Circle City. But this big-hearted organization provides more than just entertainment to Indianapolis residents. The Pacers Foundation, a charitable arm of Pacers Sports and Entertainment, gives the kids of Indianapolis hope for a strong future. The Pacers […]

Jim O’Brien – Indiana Pacers Head Coach

Jim O’Brien, not to be confused with the Jim O’Brien of college basketball fame, or the Baltimore Colts American football player from the 1970’s,  is presently the head coach for the Indiana Pacers professional NBA Indianapolis basketball team. A career basketball coach since 1974, O’Brien has also worked for the Wheeling Jesuit College, the University […]

Indiana Pacemates bring down Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis

While Conseco Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis is best known as the home of both the Indiana Pacers and Indiana Fever, there is one more team that calls this Indianapolis attraction home, the Indiana Pacemates.  The Pacemates have just as lengthy a history as the Pacers’, since they both started in the American Basketball Association in […]

Josh McRoberts Forward/Center for the Indiana Pacers

Josh McRoberts plays as a power forward/center for NBA’s Indiana Pacers. He was born in 1987 in Indianapolis, Indiana and ended up spending time back home in the state capital playing, after a circuitous route in Oregon and Idaho. McRoberts began distinguishing himself in high school basketball, in the nearby suburb of Carmel, Indiana. While […]

Mike Dunleavy Indiana Pacers Forward

Mike Dunleavy, Jr. plays forward for the Indiana Pacers, based out of Indianapolis. Born in 1980, he is the son of the well-known NBA player and coach, Mike Dunleavy. In college basketball, Dunleavy distinguished himself at Duke University, playing on their championship team and racking up some records. Video about Indiana Pacer player,  Mike Dunleavy […]

Marquis Daniels |Indiana Pacers Shooting Guard

The 6’6″ shooting guard for the Indiana Pacers, Marquis Daniels, has become something of a star even apart from his pro-basketball career. The main reason would have to be the many tattoos on his body, including a somewhat startling drawing of a man committing suicide with a shotgun. Born in Orlando, Florida in 1981, Daniels […]