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Indiana Pacers 2014-2015 News and Updates
11/25/14 - For all their struggles so far this season, the Indiana Pacers find themselves just two games under .500 and a mere three games behind Chicago for the Central Division lead. The Pacers, who have split their last 10, square off with the Spurs in San Antonio before heading home for the weekend.
11/11/14 - Can the loss of two key players – one to free agency, one to injury – make a difference? In the Indiana Pacers’ case, losing Lance Stephenson to Charlotte and Paul George to injury has meant a very very slow start to 2014-15.
11/4/14 - It’s too early in the season to see many trends yet, but the Indiana Pacers find themselves looking at a two-game losing streak, after winning their opener. With resurgent teams like Chicago and Cleveland in their division, the Pacers will have their work cur out for them, and cannot afford to slide too far down the standings.
10/28/14 - Even though the Indiana Pacers’ Paul George is back on the floor taking jump shots, he and two other starters will be sidelined for the Pacers’ opener later this week. The team announced that David West and George Hill would both miss some time due to injuries.
10/23/14 - With the report that Paul George is back on the court taking jump shots, the Indiana Pacers have to be thinking optimistically. George, who suffered a gruesome broken leg at a U.S.A. Basketball scrimmage over the summer, may well return to the Pacers lineup much sooner than expected.
8/19/14 - The 2014-2015 Indiana Pacers schedule was just announced and it is filled to the brim with must-attend matchups! The Pacers 82-game slate opens up on Oct. 29 vs. Philadelphia at Bankers Field Lifehouse, followed by a Halloween game also at home, against the Grizzlies. Indiana fans have to wait until February to see LeBron James visit with the new-look Cavaliers (2/6), though the Pacers will take a trip over to Cleveland on Nov. 29. Score Pacers-Heat tickets to see if Frank Vogel’s team can seek revenge over Miami on New Year’s Eve. Attend the Nov. 19 game and see former Pacers guard Lance Stephenson’s return to Indianapolis when the Hornets come to town. Don't miss as Rodney Stuckey joins an experienced, blue collar team looking to make another deep post-season run with Indiana Pacers tickets today.
5/27/14 - The top seed in the East is in deep, deep trouble. The Indiana Pacers, staring at a 3-1 deficit in games won in the Eastern Conference finals against defending champions Miami, need to find that extra gear that their current nemesis, the Heat, always seem to be able to go to when the chips are down. Unfortunately, the squad has fallen back on blaming outside factors, such as officiating – a complaint by which Paul George was assessed a $25,000 fine by the league for recent comments criticizing the game officials. As has happened in each of the Pacer losses, the defending champions have buckled down and made their move, usually in the second half, then fending off a Pacer run – although in Game 4, the Heat actually got off to a strong start and went on from there. Unfortunately for the Pacers, center Roy Hibbert, who had been instrumental in the Pacers’ success, pulled a disappearing act in Game 4, pulling down just five rebounds but scoring zero. Lance Stephenson was also held scoreless in the first half, en route to just nine points for the entire game; George (23) and David West (20) ended up being the Pacer scoring leaders in Game 4.
5/21/14 - The fourth quarter. It’s where reputations are made or broken – witness Reggie Miller’s frequent heroics for Indiana Pacers squads of the past. But Reggie is long gone, and the Miam Heat, the Pacers’ opponent in the Eastern Conference finals, used a huge fourth quarter push to surge past the Pacers in Game 2 of the series by an 87-83 count. FiveThirtyEight, the increasingly noted data-journalism site, showed just how dominant the Heat can be in the fourth quarter – they do as much damage in the fourth quarter as all three preceding quarters combined; the Pacers must find a way to neutralize this advantage effectively if they are to advance to the NBA Finals for just their second time in history. The Pacers had another well-balanced scoring attack in Game 2, this time led by guard Lance Stephenson’s 25 points, seven assists and six rebounds; but a 15-8 run in the last five minutes of the game ultimately proved to be Indiana’s downfall. The series shifts to Miami for the next two games, later this week.
5/19/14 - The Indianapolis Star’s columnist, Bob Kravitz, called them “virtually perfect.” Data-journalism website FiveThirtyEight showed how effectively they used the pick and roll play, one they normally don’t rely on. Yep, it was that kind of game for the Indiana Pacers, who opened the Eastern Conference finals with a huge 107-98 win over Miami, the first time the Pacers have opened a series with a home win this postseason. The Pacers did it with exquisite balance as well, as all five starters recorded at least 15 points, led by Paul George’s 24 and Roy Hibbert’s 19. The Pacers also out-rebounded the Heat 38-29, led by Hibbert’s nine and David West’s seven; they also shared the ball effectively, with Lance Stephenson combining eight assists with his 17 points, and George dishing out seven assists. Game 2 of this series will be key, as the Pacers have evinced a decided Jekyll-and-Hyde split personality in this postseason, and many pundits have pointed out that the Heat have won 10 playoff games in a row after a loss.
5/16/14 - It took a little longer than expected, but the Indiana Pacers made it back to the Eastern Conference finals against the defending champion Miami Heat – the difference between last year and this season, however, is that the Pacers have home court advantage, with the series starting May 18 in Indianapolis. The Pacers were unable to close out Washington at home in Game 5, getting spanked by the Wizards 102-79; but got the job done on the road in the nation’s capital in Game 6, 93-80. David West led the Pacer effort with 29 points, six rebounds and four assists; Lance Stephenson added 17 points, eight assists, and five boards. Roy Hibbert had 11 points, seven rebounds, and three blocked shots.
5/12/14 - Have the Indiana Pacers finally found their mojo? Some are saying that might be so after the Pacers came back from as many as 19 points down to Washington on the road at the Verizon Center over the weekend. Paul George put the Pacers on his back in the second half of the 95-92 win on May 11, hanging 39 on the stat line along with 12 rebounds; and once again center Roy Hibbert came to play, collecting 17 points, nine rebounds, and a pair of blocked shots. The squad returns home to Bankers Life Fieldhouse with a solid 3 games to 1 lead in this second-round series; in NBA history, only eight teams have failed to advance after holding a 3-1 series lead.
5/9/14 - Welcome to the postseason, Roy Hibbert. The Indiana Pacers center, who had been uncharacteristically quiet not only in the first round series against Atlanta, but in the shock win by Washington in Game 1 of their second round series, went off for 28 points and also collected nine boards and a pair of blocks in the Pacers’ series-tying 86-82 win in Game 2. The big man was 10-of-18 from the field and a perfect 8-for-8 in free throws; George Hill collected 14 points, while Paul George had a bit of an off night, scoring just 11 points, along with six boards, four assists and a pair of steals. Pacers starters accounted for all but 12 of the team’s points, along with just six rebounds. The scene turns now to the nation’s capitol for the next two games this weekend.
5/6/14 - It took them seven difficult games, but the East’s top seed, the Indiana Pacers, eliminated the upstarts from Atlanta from the NBA postseason. The Pacers grabbed just their fourth victory in Atlanta since 2006 in Game 6, then used big runs in the second and third quarters of Game 7 to make the series finale an anticlimactic 92-80 Indiana victory. While much was said about Paul George’s very consistent performances for the Pacers throughout the series, another key in Game 7 was the return to prominence of center Roy Hibbert. In the previous six games combined, Hibbert had scored just 20 points, but in Game 7, the big man cracked double figures with 13 points, to go along with seven rebounds and five rejections. David West was also a force on defense; 12 of his team high 13 boards were defensive, and West also had six blocked shots.
4/28/14 - Even though the Indiana Pacers and Atlanta have split their first four games, there are still some who wonder whether the Pacers can survive this unexpectedly stiff first round test. Since 2006, and including April 26’s game, the Pacers are just 3-15 in Philips Arena – so it’s a good thing the Pacers have home-court advantage once again. While Paul George is getting his job done – to the tune of three postseason games with at least 20 points, 10 rebounds and five assists; his stat line from April 26 showed 24 points, 10 boards, and five assists exactly. On the other hand, Pacers center Roy Hibbert continues to struggle, recording just 10 points and five rebounds in the two road games at Philips.
4/21/14 - This wasn’t the way the playoffs were supposed to start for the Eastern Conference’s top seed. Eighth seed Atlanta eliminated the Indiana Pacers’ home court advantage in Game 1 of their first-round series, 101-93, at Bankers Life Fieldhouse – the second time in the month of April that the Hawks have come north and dominated, leading pundits to ask once again, “What is wrong with the Pacers?” Paul George led the Pacers with 24 points and 10 rebounds, both team highs, to go along with five assists, four steals and a pair of blocks. Lance Stephenson added 19 points and seven boards, and George Hill contributed 12 points, four assists and three rebounds. Centers Roy Hibbert (Pacers) and Pero Antic (Hawks) each had eight points, but Antic got the better of the duel, hitting 2-of-5 from long range, though Hibbert out-rebounded his opposite number, 8 to 7.
4/15/14 - The Indiana Pacers are walking a tightrope when it comes to securing the top seed in the Eastern Conference. After dropping a tough loss to Miami in south Florida, the Pacers bounced back to regain control of their own destiny in the East with a key 102-97 win over the West’s #2 squad, Oklahoma City. While David West led the Pacers in scoring with 21 points, it was Lance Stephenson who shone brightly for Indiana on the night, recording a triple-double of 17 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds. Paul George was also instrumental in the win, collecting a double-double of 20 points and 12 boards, and C.J. Watson pitched in with 20 points off the bench, including 4-for-7 from long range. There’s one more game left for the Pacers, in Orlando on April 16.
4/8/14 - Where have you gone, Indiana Pacers? Your nation turns their lonely eyes to you. Since the All-Star break in mid-February, the Pacers have played just .500 basketball with a 13-13 record, and are 3-7 in their last 10. In their last game, a 107-88 loss at home in Bankers Life Fieldhouse to Atlanta, the Pacers scored just 23 points in the first half; big man Roy Hibbert found himself benched with no points, rebounds, assists, steals or blocks by head coach Frank Vogel after playing just nine minutes – saying Hibbert looked “worn down” – and ultimately Vogel sat all of his usual starters for a while. Even still, Paul George led the Pacers in scoring for the game with 18, while David West scored 13 and George Hill tossed in 12. The Pacers have four games left in the regular season, including one with East leading Miami.
3/31/14 - Even though they’ve clinched the NBA’s Central Division, the Indiana Pacers are finding themselves to be struggling. The Pacers have lost four of their last five, all ther losses coming on the road; the sole win was huge, though – an 84-83 gut-check victory over their closest Eastern Conference challengers; the Miami Heat. In all four losses, the Pacer offense has struggled to score points, failing to break 80 points each time, most recently in a 90-76 loss at Cleveland. Paul George, normally a reliable scorer, was held to just 15 points for the night, along with seven rebounds and five steals; David West scored just 14 points and Lance Stephenson fell to 11 points; in addition to George’s seven boards, Stephenson and George Hill also pulled down seven rebounds. The Pacers’ lead in the overall Eastern Conference race for the top seed is down to just a single game over Miami; the two squads are tied in the loss column, while the Pacers have two more wins.
3/24/14 - The road has not been good to the Indiana Pacers the last few days. After getting blitzed by the New York Knicks on the day that Phil Jackson joined the New York club’s front office, the Pacers traveled to Memphis over the weekend, and were held to their lowsest point total of the season in an 82-71 loss to the Grizzlies. Paul George had an off night in the scoring column, with just eight points, with six rebounds, a pair of steals, an assist and a blocked shot; Lance Stephenson was the Pacers’ high scorer on the night with 15 points, accompanied by eight rebounds and four assists. The Pacers also got some bad news off the court, as recent acquisition Andrew Bynum is said to be out “indefinitely” due to soreness and swelling in his balky right knee.
3/18/14 - Finally getting off the schneid, the Indiana Pacers froke a four game losing streak in a solid way and got back to winning last week, beating Boston before a two game road trip which saw the Pacers hand Philadelphia their 20th consecutive loss, then scrambling for a third win the following night at Detroit to win 112-104 in overtime. Six Pacers exceeded double figures in scoring against Detroit, led by Paul George’s 30 and Evan Turner’s 20 off the bench. Another new acquisition, Andrew Bynum, nearly had a double-double with 15 points and nine rebounds; George added eight rebounds, seven assists, and three steals on the night.
3/11/14 - Is it panic time in Indy? The Pacers have dropped four straight contests, but have still become the first NBA squad to lock up a spot in the postseason. Over their last 10 games, Indiana is just 5-5, and just a game and a half ahead of surging Miami for the top spot in the Eastern Conference. Three of the four losses have been to Western Conference contenders – Golden State, Houston, and most recently Dallas, who won despite just 14 points from Dirk Nowitzki. Still, Paul George had a solid outing against the Mavs, scoring 27 points and clearing 11 boards. The downfall for the Pacers against Dallas might have been the lack of production from the bench – reserves accounted for just four of the 94 points scored by the Pacers.
3/4/14 - The Indiana Pacer machine just keeps rollin’. Winners of their last five straight, including their most recent win, 94-91 over visiting Utah, the Pacers are also focusing on integrating their new acquisitions, most notably free agent Andrew Bynum and trade deadline pickup Evan Turner, into the playing rotation. Turner told the Indy Cornrows blog last week, “My teammates did a great job of getting me acclimated.” He continued, “They calmed me down a little bit and got me into the right situations.” Bynum has been getting himself into playing shape in 3-on-3 practices; head coach Frank Vogel is hopeful Bynum can play “soon,” according to Pro Basketball Talk.
2/24/14 - Despite being winners of two of three coming out of the All Star Game, the Indiana Pacers have struggled a bit with lesser teams – the post-All Star loss to West bottom feeder Minnesota, and a win over Central Division cellar dweller Milwaukee that was closer than it should have been. Paul George was his usual self against the Bucks, lighting them up for 32 points, while Lance Stephenson picked up nine rebounds and eight assists to go along with 24 points. David West also joined in with 30 points, seven boards and five assists. Another big question, posed by USA Today, was how new acquisition Evan Turner would fit in the Pacers’ rotation. The newspaper regarded the Pacers-Sixers trade as the trade deadline’s “biggest move.”
2/18/14 - It was a good night to be an Indiana Pacer All Star, as starting forward Paul George went for 18 points, five rebounds and five assists; backup center Roy Hibbert knocked down eight points and another five rebounds, and coach Frank Vogel directed the Eastern Conference All Stars to a 163-155 win in last Sunday’s game. The goal now for the Pacers as they come out of the break is to hang on to the conference’s top seed for the postseason.
2/5/14 - Weekend acquisition Andrew Bynum has to be looking around and smiling quietly to himself at landing in Indianapolis. If it’s not All Star starter Paul George, it’s another Pacer taking the reins, whether it’s Lance Stephenson, Roy Hibbert, or even David West, who took his turn as the team leader on February 4, scoring 22 points in the Pacers win over the Atlanta Hawks at Philips Arena. West contributed 10 boards to the Pacer effort as well.
1/31/14 - If there is one team in the NBA that is clearly hitting on all cylinders, it is the Indiana Pacers. Despite a recent narrow loss to the Phoenix Suns in Indianapolis – part of a season sweep of the Pacers by the Suns – the Blue and Gold remain atop the Eastern Conference standings, three games clear of the Miami Heat, and a full 12 games ahead of their nearest Central Division rival, Chicago. A pair of Pacers will be making the trip to the league’s All Star Game later this month: forward Paul George, having a career year, was selected as a starter in fan voting, and center Roy Hibbert was selected by conference coaches as a reserve.
1/10/14 – The Pacers, who lead the Central Division and the Eastern Conference with a record of 28-7, may be the only team that can keep the Miami Heat from a three-peat. We watched one of the top NBA games last month when the two Eastern Conference leaders met in Miami. Paul George showed why he is an MVP favorite, scoring 25 points to go with 8 rebounds and 6 assists. Power forward David West repeatedly gave the Heat trouble, and although Indiana did not pick up the W on the road, they did rattle Miami and prove they are not to be taken lightly. Eight days earlier, Indiana won the shoot-out at home, where they’ve been playing well compiling a 17-1 record at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Fans are getting a show each night and yet cheap Pacers tickets still remain on the market. More than half of Indiana’s remaining games are priced less than $10 to get in.
3/25/13 - Unlike the Miami Heat who have managed to harvest all the media attention, the Indiana Pacers have quietly climbed their way up the Eastern Conference standings. The Pacers won the season series (2-1) against the Heat and have a third straight postseason appearance secured. Indiana still has five games left at Bankers Life Fieldhouse; two of the five teams (OKC Thunder and Brooklyn Nets) have also punched their ticket to the postseason. Pacers tickets to those games are averaging $180 and $111 respectively.
2/28/13 - BOOM baby! The Indiana Pacers, who have struggled mightily to regain relevance after the retirement of long-distance sharpshooter Reggie Miller, have made great strides over the last couple of seasons, and this year are among the NBA's elite teams, standing in first place in the Central Division and second overall in the Eastern Conference behind only Miami. The Pacers are truly getting the job done through a complete team effort, as there is almost no single dominant player on the squad who is a leaguewide statistical leader. Forward Paul George could be said to be the team's leader, as he leads the squad in scoring and steals (and a leaguewide top ten in the latter), and is second in rebounding behind center Roy Hibbert. Fellow forward David West stands second on the team in scoring and third in rebounding; Hibbert is the only other Pacer who is in the NBA's top ten in any category, as he stands in the top five in blocked shots. Also providing major contributions are guards George Hill and Lance Stephenson; while bench strength comes from Tyler Hansbrough and Ian Mahinmi. Coach Frank Vogel has done a fine job of getting the most from his roster, and the basketball-mad faithful who attend games at Bankers Life Fieldhouse are enjoying life back near the top of the NBA.
Pacers tickets at home in Indiana average $104, one of the ten most popular NBA tickets for upcoming basketball games in March and April of 2013. Key matchups on the Pacers schedule include the Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Lakers, OKC Thunder, and Brooklyn Nets. Pacers fans will find cheap Indiana Pacers tickets on sale from under $5 in the Balcony level for home games with teams like the Atlanta Hawks and Minnesota Timberwolves. The young Pacers have become popular on the road too, with away game tickets averaging $100. Indiana has upcoming road games versus the Bulls, Knicks, Heat, and Clippers.
Indiana Pacers 2014-2015 Season
Right out of the gate, the Indiana Pacers made a compelling run as a title-worthy NBA team, mustering the franchise’s best-ever start to a season. Though the Pacers tripped up in the final months of the year, Indiana punched their ticket to the playoffs as top seed in the East. The squad was forced to retaliate against a 3-2 hole they dug themselves in Round 1, but were ultimately able to defeat the eighth-seed Atlanta Hawks. Indiana finished the Wizards in six games, but could not rally to defeat Miami in the Eastern Conference finals, marking the third time in three years that the Heat were responsible for annihilating their NBA Finals hopes.
With the exception of Lance Stephenson, the Pacers are returning the majority of its successful 2013-2014 squad that turned the Eastern Conference on its heels. Consequently, Indiana was pinned as a title-contender in 2015, that is, until the dreadful injury to superstar and primary scorer Paul George. But who is to say that Indiana won’t make the playoffs in the 2014-2015 season? David West is the lifeline of the squad, and is sure to come up big in George’s absence, George Hill is primed for a breakout year and if Roy Hibbert can step up to dominate the court, then the Pacers can surely maneuver through the Eastern Conference and punch their ticket to the postseason. Buy your Indiana Pacers tickets now and watch the never-say-die team charge through adversity!
The Pacers are off to a 5-0 start with added depth thanks in part to what looks to be a breakout season for Lance Stephenson. While it’s still early in the year, Indiana is sitting on top the NBA standings as the only undefeated team in the league. Roy Hibbert is leading the charge on defense averaging 5.2 blocks per game and 9.0 rebounds. The team is 1st in the league in points given up per game at 84.4 and 4th in rebounds. Paul George’s name has come up in early MVP discussions as he’s averaging 25.8 points, 8.2 rebounds, 4.0 assists, and 1.8 steals per game. Despite a 17 percent increase in price since the start of the season, Pacers tickets are fourth cheapest in the league, averaging $99 on the resale market.
After coming just one win short of the NBA Finals last season, the Pacers are one of the most promising young teams in the league. This offseason, the Pacers kept their core intact with the resigning of David West and improved their bench with the additions of Luis Scola, C.J. Watson, and Chris Copeland. The Pacers get their first chance for revenge against the champion Heat on 12/10 in the most expensive game at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in 2013-14.