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Hibbert Visits Hit-and-Run Victim, Area 55 Member in the Hospital

Jason Mills, a member of Roy Hibbert's Area 55, was the victim of a hit-and-run in downtown Indianapolis around 12:30 AM Saturday morning. Mills, 24, was struck by an SUV while crossing Pennsylvania Street at South Street and knocked unconscious. Earlier Friday night, Mills was at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, watching the Pacers defeat the Phoenix Suns. When the kindhearted Roy Hibbert heard that Mills was hosp ...

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Denari’s Den: Orlando Johnson

The Pacers have three rookies on this year's team, and one of them, Orlando Johnson, makes his first visit to Denari's Den. Orlando was a second round draft pick in June, acquired by Indiana in a draft night trade with Sacramento. He was one of the best players to ever play at California-Santa Barbara and left as UCSB's all-time leading scorer. Ironically, he is the first player drafted from UCSB since Pace ...

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Unusual Free Time Well Appreciated

As you can imagine, the Pacers were spent after last week’s agenda. Last Saturday in New Orleans (after traveling on game day because of weather conditions), they wrapped up a stretch of six games over nine days, including four games in five nights. Ever since, they’ve been on Christmas break. That six-day period without a game comes to a close tonight when they host the Phoenix Suns (11-18) at Bankers Life ...

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Pacers Weekly: Byron Scott

Mark catches up with former Pacer Byron Scott to discuss his time with the Pacers franchise, his relationship with Reggie Miller and his current job as the head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers. ...

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Augustin Returns to Backup Role

The official part of practice long since completed, a few of the Pacers entertained themselves on the Bankers Life Fieldhouse practice court Thursday by shooting left-handed three-pointers after most of their teammates had gone to the locker room. At the other end, however, D.J. Augustin was putting up serious jumpers, from spots he would shoot from during a game, with the help of a ballboy who rebounded an ...

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Surprising Suggestions from Twitter-land

One of the reasons this is such a good place to work is that every once in a while, for no apparent reason, somebody does something to show that your work is appreciated. A few minutes after we finished our broadcast in New Orleans last Saturday night, I got an e-mail from Rob Laycock. Now, Pacers Sports and Entertainment is a big corporation, which means we have a bunch of fancy sounding titles we hand out ...

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Pacers React to Postponement of Wednesday’s Game

The Pacers were in prime position on Wednesday to add another game of separation on Central Division foe Chicago. The Bulls, losers of two in a row by an average of 20 points, were playing their worst basketball of the season. They also just had a game the night before, on Christmas day. Instead, the game was postponed due to weather conditions; Central Indiana received almost eight inches of snow. The post ...

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