Where Pacers Plan to Spend All-Star Break
The Pacers all appreciate the All-Star break. Coaches, players and staff — with the exception of Paul George and Gerald Green, who are involved in All-Star festivities — will have almost five days off to do whatever they want. The team plans to reconvene Monday, at 6 PM, for practice. Their next game is against the New York Knicks on Wednesday, Feb. 20th.
One thing is certain: they will all be sure to get off their feet and relax.
Below is a list of where many Pacers plan to spend their rare in-season free time:
Head Coach Frank Vogel — stay home with his wife and two daughters
Danny Granger — stay in Indy to continue with rehab
Roy Hibbert — Washington, D.C.
George Hill — “go down to where some sun is and some water”
Paul George — Houston to play in the Alll-Star game and compete in the three-point shootout
Gerald Green — Houston to compete in the All-Star Dunk Contest
Lance Stephenson — Houston, to tag along with George and Green
Sam Young — Atlanta and Miami
Ben Hansbrough — Mizzou
Miles Plumlee — New York and Chicago