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.

Pacers Trivia for All the Bandwagon Jumpers

Well, the Indiana Pacers are still in the playoff race, though I’d hoped that by this point they would be on to round 3. Nevertheless, if you are new to the ranks of the Pacers faithful, here is some handy trivia to help you give the impression that you’ve been “Blue Collar, Gold Swagger” all […]

Pacers, CIB Agree to 10-Year Extension

The Indiana Pacers aren’t going anywhere—not after agreeing to a 10-year extension that will help the team remain financially competitive in what is one of smallest markets in the league. The deal is certainly a victory for the Pacers, who just one day prior clinched the NBA’s Eastern Conference’s No. 1 seed by beating the […]

Pacers Blowout Nuggets 119-80, Still Own League’s Best Record

After a huge letdown in in Orlando on Sunday, the Pacers rebounded—no pun intended—on Monday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, turning in their best offensive performance of the season in a 119-80 over the Nuggets. It all started with David West, who came ready to play from the start. He put up 25 points in […]

Pacers Thrash Orlando Magic 98-79 with Dominant Defense

Lost in the glare of the Indianapolis Colts’ almost premature return to contention is an Indiana Pacers team that has unequivocally become a contender. Moreover, a case can be made that this team has rebuilt itself into the NBA’s version of the Seattle Seahawks: A game-wrecking defensive team capable of shutting down even the best […]

Pacers-Heat Game Sets All-Time Viewership Record

It wasn’t too long ago that the Indiana Pacers were one game away from advancing to the NBA’s Eastern Conference Championship game. Fans everywhere were captivated by a matchup between the seemingly underdog Pacers and a Miami Heat team that was widely viewed as the best team in the league. It was Rocky Balboa vs. […]

Pacers Sign Rising Star Paul George to $90 Million Contract Extension

The Indiana Pacers made it official on Wednesday when they announced a multi-year contract extension for veteran guard/forward Paul George. The contract will reportedly pay him between 80 million and $90 million, and contains an escalator clause which could earn him even more. The move follows a new contract for David West that will pay […]

Capital Improvement Board in Negotiations with Pacers for New Deal

Though their lease doesn’t expire until 2019, the Capital Improvement Board of Marion County is already in negotiations with Pacers Sports and Entertainment to keep the Indiana Pacers for the long-run, according to CIB President Ann Lathrop The IBJ recently reported that the Board has $11 million set aside, which it is prepared to give […]

Pacers Overcome the Heat with 99-92 Win, Even Series at 2-2

The Indiana Pacers exacted revenge upon the Miami Heat at Banker’s Life Fieldhouse on Monday, thanks to a strong performance by Roy Hibbert. The importance of Game 4 for the Pacers cannot be overstated. They did not want to fall 2 games behind a team like Miami. The 99-92 win evens the series at 2-2. […]

Crucial Coaching Decision Gives Heat Last-Second OT Win

The Indiana Pacers proved they have what it takes to hang with the NBA’s elite on Wednesday night as they faced the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Playoffs. But an ill-fated decision by Pacers coach Frank Vogel to take Roy Hibbert out of the game allowed LeBron James to beat Paul […]

George Locks Down Anthony as Pacers Take 3-1 Series Lead

The New York Knicks were a team that averaged 100 points exactly during the regular season. So yeah, they were pretty good. But that was then and this is now, and lately they have not looked like the team that was heavily favored to win this series. Maybe the odds makers need to reappraise the […]

Hibbert Fuels Pacers to 82-71 Win Over Knicks in Game 3

The Pacers are an interesting team. They are arguably the league’s best defensive team, and yet they have not a single player on the roster who finished higher than 8th in defensive player of the year voting. Not that anyone in the Pacers front office cares, especially after how the team played in Game 3 […]

Indiana Out-Muscles New York, Wins Game 102-95

Many in the media have cast the Indiana vs. New York series as a battle of offense versus defense; specifically, New York’s offense versus the Pacers’ defense. Yes, the Pacers’ physical style proved effective in slowing down the Knicks’ offense. But what nobody saw coming was how hard it was for New York to stop […]

Pacers Blow Opportunity, Fall 102-91 in Game 4 Versus Hawks

The Indiana Pacers had a chance to put the series to rest on Monday night. The Atlanta Hawks had other plans. Josh Smith put up 29 points to lead the Hawks to a 102-91 victory in Game 4 on Monday night. In doing so, he helped the Hawks survive a strong, comeback surge by the […]

Indiana Beats Atlanta 113-98, Hits the Road for Game 3

The Atlanta Hawks had no answers for the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday night at Bankers Life Stadium. They were outmatched in virtually every aspect of the game, and it showed. Wednesday’s win gives them a 2-0 lead in the playoff series. In just two games they have outscored the Hawks by a combined 32 points. […]

Pacers v. Hawks in Eastern Conference Playoffs

What a season it was for the Indiana Pacers. Now, 49 hard-fought wins and 32 disappointing losses later, they will find out whether they have what it takes to go all the way as they face the sixth-seeded Atlanta Hawks in the opening round of the Eastern Conference NBA playoffs on Sunday at Bankers Life […]

Pacers Hope to Rebound After Back-to-Back Losses

For a while, the Indaina Pacers had the look of a team that was hitting its stride at just the right time, having won winning five consecutive games and eight out of their last nine. But then came two crushing losses to Oklahoma City and Washington and questions arose. But despite this, a Chicago loss […]

Indianapolis Indians Face Columbus Clippers in 2013 Home Opener

It’s hard to believe that baseball season is back already. The Indianapolis Indians’ home opener versus the Columbus Clippers will mark the 126th consecutive season of professional baseball in Indianapolis. The game kicks off Thursday evening at 7:05 pm at Victory Field in White River State Park. The tribe had a great year in 2012, […]

Houston You Have a Problem: Pacers Beat Rockets 100-91

Whether it was the Central Division-leading Pacers’ pounding defense, a seeming lack of willpower on Houston’s part, or all of the above, Wednesday just wasn’t the Rockets’ night. It was a night where Houston Shooting guard James Harden went 6-for-24 from the field against the Pacers’ Paul George, while George himself went just 4-for-17. And […]

Pacers Look for Second Straight Win Versus Magic

After avoiding a third straight loss, the Indiana Pacers will try to notch another consecutive win tonight as the face the Orlando Magic at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis. And with just 15 games remaining in the season, crunch time has most definitely arrived. This is a time when the Pacers can’t afford to […]

Pacers Looking to Regain Swagger After Ugly Loss to Heat

After the 105-91 beat-down they received at the hands of the Miami Heat on Sunday night, the Pacers are looking to recover and start anew. At least they can take consolation in the fact that they beat Miami in the first two games of the series. I the upcoming week, the Pacers will face two […]