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What They’re Saying – April 11

Here's a look around the web at what people are saying about the Pacers victory over the Milwaukee Bucks Wednesday night and the important matchup with the Miami Heat tonight: ESPN True Hoop: "With the game looking like it was headed for overtime in the last remaining seconds due to a boneheaded foul, Vogel drew up a play (not the picket fence, sadly) for Chris Copeland, a guy who has been an afterthought a ...

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What They’re Saying – March 28

Here's a look at what the people of the internet are saying about the Pacers-Heat rivalry and other Pacers' news. Fox Sports: "The Indiana Pacers' one-point triumph over the visiting Miami Heat on Wednesday reminded us of how much fun the Eastern Conference finals should be. We also learned that any Heat notion of using Greg Oden to slow down Pacers center Roy Hibbert probably has been tabled." Read More In ...

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What They’re Saying: Granger/Turner Trade

Here's a look at what people are saying across the internet about Indiana trading Danny Granger to Philadelphia for Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen. Indy Star: "For most of his nine years with the Indiana Pacers, small forward Danny Granger was the face of the franchise. And in a fitting final act as a Pacer, Granger once again helped Indiana improve." NBA.com: "This Larry Bird, the one we got Thursday afternoo ...

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What They’re Saying – February 18

Here's a look around the world wide web at what people are saying about the Indiana Pacers: USA Today: "The Vogel hug is far more prevalent than the Vogel hammer, so to speak, and it's hard to argue with the results. In this environment in which players have improved at a remarkable rate and Indiana finds itself with pole position over the Heat heading down the second-half stretch, the Pacers have progresse ...

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What They’re Saying – February 7

Here's a look around the web at what people are saying about the recent signing of center Andrew Bynum, Lance Stephenson's All-Star snubbing, Paul George entering the dunk contest once again and the Pacers matchup with the Blazers Friday night at 7 p.m. on ESPN. USA Today: "Well, who wouldn't want to emulate Super Bowl champs? And who wouldn't want to emulate the Pacers? Defense wins championships, doesn't ...

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What They’re Saying: January 10

Here's a look around the world wide interweb at what people are saying about the Indiana Pacers. Eight Points Nine Seconds: "Being productive at the beginning of games has been an issue of late for Indiana no matter where they play, but I am under the impression that the Pacers’ energy and usual defensive supremacy is drained the second they touch Phillips Arena’s hardwood." Read More Indy Cornrows: "It was ...

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What They’re Saying – January 3, 2014

Here's a look around the world wide interweb at what people are saying about the Indiana Pacers in the very first 2014 edition of "What They're Saying." Courier-Journal: "The Raptors, a team that has pressed the restart button already this season, played more precise basketball than the Eastern Conference leaders while closing out quarters... And, at least on this night, they showed better defensive discipl ...

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What They’re Saying – December 20

A look at what the people of the web are saying about the Pacers' loss to the Heat, Danny Granger's return to the court and the matchup against the Rockets tonight on ESPN at 8 pm: ESPN.com: "Hibbert played just 23 minutes due to consistent foul trouble and contributed a total of six points, two rebounds and one blocked shot in that time. And though his overall plus-minus was just a minus-2 when the dust se ...

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What They’re Saying – December 4

Here's a look around the web at what people are saying about the Pacers recent loss to Portland, Paul George's hot start to the season and Indiana's matchup against the Utah Jazz tonight. ESPN Daily Dime: "By the time it was over, not only had both teams proven their worth and displayed their star power, they'd left those that had the opportunity to see it craving more. While the big-market teams with the h ...

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What They’re Saying – November 22

Here's a look around the web at what people are saying about the Pacers recent victory over the Knicks, Paul George's improved play this season and the Pacers matchup against the Boston Celtics and former Butler University coach Brad Stevens tonight. New York Times: "Then, the Knicks were the higher seed, second in the East, and Carmelo Anthony was widely considered the best player in the series. Most of th ...

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