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Dog days just starting for George's Indiana teammates


VIDEO: Larry Bird expresses his goals for the 2014-15 Indiana Pacers

Unbridled enthusiasm at the start of any NBA season is natural. Irrational exuberance, that’s something quite different, particularly for the Indiana Pacers this fall. 664 more words

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Pacers David West, George Hill and C.J. Watson out for season opener

Indiana will be shorthanded on opening night.

On Monday afternoon, the Indiana Pacers announced that guards George Hill and C.J. Watson, along with forward David West will miss the season opener against the Philadelphia 76ers due to injury.  91 more words

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Pacers bad luck continues: David West, George Hill, C.J. Watson all to miss opener, more time with injuries

The basketball gods have turned their vengeance on the Pacers, making this coming season look like Odysseus trying to get back to Ithaca.

First it was losing Paul George likely for the season with his horrific leg injury playing for Team USA. 255 more words

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67RIEFNS No. 37: Lance Stephenson on the loose

The NBA is full of talent, personality and suspense. During the offseason, It’s easy to forget how wonderful the league can be. So, I’ve assembled 67 Reasons I’m Excited For Next Season (67RIEFNS). 384 more words

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Blue Collar, Aluminum Swagger

It just wasn’t the same since last year’s All-Star Break.  The beginning of the season inspired hope in the Pacers faithful with a 9-game winning streak to open the year and a robust 33-8 mark at the halfway point helped solidify this conviction.   1,083 more words

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"And Boom Goes the Dynamite": 2014-15 Indiana Pacers Season Preview

Last season: 56-26, 1st Central Division (1st Eastern Conference), Lost 4-2 to MIA in Eastern Conference Finals

Notable Acquisitions: G Rodney Stuckey (free agent, DET), G/F CJ Miles (free agent, CLE), F Damjan Rudez (free agent, CAI Zaragoza), F/C Shayne Whittington (undrafted rookie, Western Michigan) 749 more words

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George Hill leaves with knee injury, creating more problems for Pacers

The Pacers made it to the Eastern Conference Finals last season, but it was an elite defense that carried them that far.

Offensively, things were much rougher in Indiana, where the team finished just 22nd in points per 100 possessions. 328 more words

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