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Scola Takes One Sitting Down

By not playing, Luis Scola had one of the most memorable games of his NBA career on Thursday. The eight-season NBA veteran was held out of the Pacers' win over New York at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, ending a streak of 277 consecutive appearances, the second-longest in the NBA. He wasn't sick, he wasn't injured, he wasn't suspended and he wasn't benched for poor play. He was rested. Coach Frank Vogel informed ...

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Paul George Discusses Injury, Recovery in New Bleacher Report Series

As Pacers All-Star forward Paul George continues to recover from the horrific leg injury he sustained while playing in the USA Basketball Showcase on Aug. 1, several outlets have been chronicling George's recovery process. One such outlet is Bleacher Report, who has been filming a video series with George. The site released the first episode of "The Road Back" today (you can watch the full episode at the to ...

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Miles On Going Pro Out Of High School

The Indianapolis Star posted an article from sportswriter Dana Hunsinger Benbow about C.J. Miles and his decision to skip college and go straight to the pros. It was a choice Miles – now 27 years old – made in 2005 when NBA teams began to ask him if he would participate in workouts. It was then that Miles realized that he might not attend the University of Texas, where he had originally planned to play unde ...

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What They’re Saying – January 16

Indiana Pacers guard Paul George took another step in his recovery as he was seen dunking in practice Thursday morning at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Video of the Pacers star went viral. Here's what they're saying about George and his current progress back to the court. Sporting News: "George has surprised most with the rapid pace at which his conditions has improved. George was out of a cast and back in the g ...

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What They’re Saying – January 14

The Indiana Pacers dropped their second straight game on Tuesday, losing 110-101 to the Minnesota Timberwolves. While the Pacers did squander a fourth-quarter lead, much of the credit belongs to Mo Williams, who scored 52 points to lead the Timberwolves' comeback. Here's what they're saying about the game and Mo Williams' 52-point outburst: Indy Star: "Somewhere between floating through the stages of gettin ...

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Roy Hibbert Talks ‘Parks and Recreation’ With Rolling Stone

In an article published today, Pacers big man Roy Hibbert talks with Rolling Stone magazine about his love for the hit NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation, which is about to begin its final season. Hibbert has appeared on the show several times, which takes place in the fictional town of Pawnee, Indiana, and has even become close friends with some of the actors and writers of the popular program. In the intervi ...

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Turner Getting Opportunity

This latest performance aside, this has been a season of redemption for Evan Turner. He's re-establishing himself, tidying up the image that was tarnished during his bumpy 27-game ride with the Pacers last season. Turner entered Boston's game at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Friday in the starting lineup and in the good graces of coach Brad Stevens. He was averaging 9.1 points on 47 percent shooting from the f ...

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Indiana’s Offense Taking Shape

In the mire of their eight-game losing streak, the response from members of the Pacers all seemed to contain the same sentiment, “We need more time.” Time for David West to get his legs under him. Time for George Hill to get healthy and reintegrate with the offense. Time to right the wrongs. And now, with the Pacers having won three of their last four games, it’s becoming clear what the Blue-and-Gold were t ...

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Sloan knows the pain of a Christmas cut

Donald Sloan thought he was the only one. “Ever. In history,” he said. As it turns out, he's just one of 19. One of 19 NBA players to be released by a team on Christmas Day, that day of fellowship and good cheer. As in, “Merry Christmas, kid, we bring you bad tidings, now get out of here.” Actually, coach Byron Scott and general manager Chris Grant were polite about it when they called him into their office ...

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Stuckey Not Stuck on Triple-Double

The opportunity was there for Rodney Stuckey, a chance to do something he'd never done in his seven previous NBA seasons. He had 20 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists after three quarters of the Pacers' 110-91 win over the Lakers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Monday, with plenty of time left to get the measly three assists that would give him his first career triple-double. He didn't get off the bench in ...

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