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Pacers Take ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is sweeping the nation and recently, the Pacers have joined in on the fun. Like #Chillin4Charity (which the Fever players and coaches participated in earlier this summer), the #IceBucketChallenge is a social media phenomenon based on people filming videos of themselves having a bucket of ice-cold water dumped on them. The popularity of the challenges traces back to Pete Frates, ...

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USA Basketball Shows Support For Paul George With New Shooting Shirts

One day after Paul George met with media for the first time since injuring his right leg, the USA Basketball Team took the court for its game against Brazil wearing special shooting shirts with George’s initials and “United We Stand”. Check out some photos of the special shooting shirts below, and if you missed Paul’s press conference, you can watch the full video here. The #USABMNT rocks the UNITED WE STAN ...

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New Nike Ad Supports Paul George

After Pacers forward Paul George injured his leg in the USA Basketball Showcase in Las Vegas last Friday, support for George has flooded in, including at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Yesterday, Nike released this ad in support of their client George. The fitting tag line ("The worst has happened. The best is next.") is a good reminder that the high-flying rising star will return to the court better than ever. S ...

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Well Wishes for Paul George

Editor's Note: Following the injury to Paul George during a USA Basketball scrimmage, teammates, officials, players, and celebrities took to social media in support of Paul. Commissioner Adam Silver Statement on Paul George Injury pic.twitter.com/1gcZ7SNdar— NBA (@NBA) August 2, 2014 Everybody in the #NBAFamily are praying for #USABMNT @Paul_George24 for a speeding recovery! pic.twitter.com/jWbuiglXMY ...

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What They’re Saying: Roy and Kareem, Stuckey Signing, More

SI.com: "Between Larry Bird and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the Pacers have as much Hall of Fame help as any team could ever need." Read More RELATED: Take a look back at Abdul-Jabbar's storied NBA career in this Pacers.com Photo Gallery 8 Points, 9 Seconds: "No matter how you feel about Rodney Stuckey, you have to like getting him for the minimum salary." Read More Indy Star: "Now we have learned that (Pacers Pre ...

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What They’re Saying: Rodney Stuckey

Indy Star: “That's why I took this opportunity," Stuckey said. "I thought this was just a good fit, a good situation for me to come in to start my career over. I'm excited." Read More Detroit News: “If he’s ready and grown up from the situations he’s seen and taken part in, the Pacers will get quite the bargain, as he signed for the veteran’s minimum.” Read More Newest #Pacers player Rodney Stuckey says he' ...

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Lance’s Departure Creates Opening

On the surface of it, there's nothing good about the news of Lance Stephenson signing a three-year contract with Charlotte. Losing your starting shooting guard, a promising soon-to-be 24-year-old who was a legitimate All-Star candidate last season, doesn't bode well for a team regarded as a title contender. So now we wait to see what lies beneath the surface. Until that plays out, we can only sit back in a ...

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What They’re Saying: Free Agents

After the Pacers re-signed Lavoy Allen and signed C.J Miles and Damjan Rudez, the Internet provides many opinions and analysis of Indiana's decision. 8Points9Seconds: “We’re very glad to have C.J. and he really wanted to be here,” said team president Larry Bird. “Damjan is one of the best shooters in Europe,” said Bird. We look forward to having him in a Pacer uniform. “We’re very happy to have Lavoy back,” ...

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Butler’s There to Serve

Rasual Butler's box score from the Pacers' victory over Miami on Wednesday was nothing to write about. He played 4 minutes, 47 seconds in the second quarter, missed a three-pointer and committed a turnover. His game performance, however, was much better than that. He spent much of it standing on the sideline, communicating with the assistant coaches and with his teammates, a middle man between the two units ...

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