The Indiana Pacers are no doubt still reeling from their first round loss in the 2015 - 2016 NBA playoffs at the hands of the Toronto Raptors, but they will have to shake it off as they start their quest for redemption. Indiana just missed out on advancing deeper into the postseason last year, blowing their series with the Raptors a disappointing 3 - 4. Fortunately, Paul George, Jeff Teague, Georges Niang and the rest of a Pacers team led by Coach Nate McMillan are back and ready to make a statement at Bankers Life Fieldhouse this fall. Secure seats to the 2016 - 2017 regular season and buy your Indiana Pacers tickets right here!
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The Indiana Pacers beat the Heat on March 12, but then they lost to the Knicks on March 14. The Pacers were ahead in the first half, going into the locker room at the half ahead by 10 points. Then, the Knicks started to rally, taking control of the game and coming back from a 13-point deficit in the third quarter. Paul George led the team with 22 points, and Myles Turner added 17 points and had 12 rebounds. The Pacers host the Hornets on the 15 and then head to Toronto to play the Raptors on the 19 before returning home to host the Jazz on the 20. Get your tickets now to ensure that you catch all the action in person. Prices start at just $6.
The Indiana Pacers seemed to have no problem bouncing back form their loss on the road to the Charlotte Hornets last Monday. On Wednesday, at their next game, they hosted the Detroit Pistons at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Fans knew it would be an exciting match, as the two teams shared nearly identical season records. Fortunately, the home team felt the support of the crowd and was able to send the Pistons back to Detroit 115-98. Catch the Pacers at their next home game on Wednesday, March 15, when they square off with the Hornets in a rematch. Tickets are on sale and available for prices starting as low as $4.
The Indiana Pacers suffered a brutal loss on the road on Wednesday night, as they were nearly able to take down the formidable San Antonio Spurs at AT&T Center. In fact, Indiana held a two-point lead at halftime. The second half of the game was intense, with both teams going shot for shot all the way through the final minutes. Unfortunately for the visitors, San Antonio came out on top and won the contest 100-99. The Pacers will remain on the road until next Wednesday, March 8, when they host the Detroit Pistons at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Tickets are on sale and available for prices starting as low as $9.
Someone finally put an end to the long winning streak the Indiana Pacers had going. That person was none other than LeBron James, not to mention the rest of the reigning champions. The Cleveland Cavaliers visited Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Wednesday night, and they reminded the Pacers not to get complacent. LeBron and company looked like they were at shooting practice, winning the game 132-117. Indiana now heads to Washington, D.C. for a meeting with the Wizards before returning home to host the San Antonio Spurs on Monday, February 13. Tickets to that game are on sale and available for prices starting as low as $6. Buy yours now to be there!
A five-game hot streak had the Indiana Pacers fired up and ready for their trip to London to play in the ABA Bowl. Things fizzled quickly, however, when Indy took the court against the Denver Nuggets at the O2 Arena on Jan. 12. Always a step behind their competitors, no player scored more than 20 for the Pacers, and Paul George scored just ten. The long flight home gave George and the rest of the Indiana team plenty of time to think about what went wrong in the 112-140 loss, however, and things got better in the two games since they returned to U.S. soil. The Pacers will host the Knicks at Bankers Life Fieldhouse this Monday, Jan. 23. Tickets are on sale now for just $8 and up.
The race to the playoffs is a tight one for the Eastern conference. Right now the Pacers, Bucks, Bulls, Wizards and Knicks all have a shot at the final two positions in the playoffs. The Indiana Pacers helped out their record when the beat the Detroit Pistons on Tuesday night. To make this victory even sweeter, the game was won on the road, which is something that the Pacers have struggled with all year. Thanks to George Paul adding 32 points to the Pacers scoreboard, the Indiana team was able to walk away with another W added to their record board. See if they can keep up the good work when they play again on January 7 against the Knicks.
It looks like the Indiana Pacers are sticking firm to their claim that they will not be trading Paul George this season, despite rumors to the contrary. With the trade deadline just a couple months away, many feel that the Pacers have underutilized George, and some even think that he has not lived up to his potential. As a regular in the All-Star team, George would be a great asset to any team. For now, he’ll continue helping the Pacers as they try to improve their 15-15 season. They take on the Boston Celtics this Thursday, Dec. 22, at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Our ticket prices currently start at just $14.
A birthday party is in store for the Indiana Pacers and their president, Larry Bird, who is turning 60 this week! The former NBA MVP may be celebrating a milestone, but he’s got other things to worry about before cake, presents and balloons. The Pacers are 10-10 and ranked ninth in the Eastern Conference, and they’ll have to win some games if they want to earn their way to a postseason appearance. Indiana will play at home this Saturday (Dec. 10) and Monday (Dec. 12) against the Trail Blazers and the Hornets. Come cheer on the team as they play and wish Larry Bird a happy birthday! We have great seats for both games on sale now for just $4 and up.
Getting a win in front of the home crowd has been a struggle this week for the Indiana Pacers. Taking on both the No. 3 Golden State Warriors and the No. 5 Atlanta Hawks was a challenge, especially without the help of Jeff Teague and Myles Turner. With the home crowd in Indianapolis on their side, however, the Pacers put up a worthy fight despite ultimately losing both competitions. After taking Thursday off to celebrate Thanksgiving, Indiana will be back at it, hosting the Brooklyn Nets on Friday, Nov. 25, at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Can the Pacers shift momentum in their favor and add a win to their 7-7 record? Tickets are on sale now for $13 and up.
After beating the Bulls on November 5, the Indiana Pacers fell to the Hornets on the 7. In the win against the Bulls, the Pacers demonstrated that they had learned from their mistakes in their previous losses so far this season. The Pacers scored 12 3-pointers, a season high. CJ. Miles scored four of those and a total of 20 points. Their defense was on point, forcing 18 turnovers. Paul George was sent off the court in the final quarter, but it did not stop the Pacers from being able to get the win. The Pacers play a home-home series against the 76ers, hosing them on the 9 and then heading to Philadelphia on the 11. You can still get tickets for just $4.
With more than 80 games on the horizon, the Indiana Pacers are back in action for the 2016-2017 regular season! With some new faces on the roster, Indy started out strong this year with a win at home over the Mavericks Wednesday night. Led by Coach Nate McMullin, Myles Turner finished the night with 30 points and 16 rebounds; Jeff Teague led the team with eight assists. Tied at the final buzzer, the Pacers pulled away in overtime, winning with a final score of 130-121. Up next in the schedule, Indiana will play two on the road against the Nets and the Bulls, returning home on Nov. 1 against the Lakers. Tickets for all games are on sale now!
In a preseason game against the Milwaukee Bucks, the Indiana Pacers showed why this team needs to be considered one of the top contenders in the Eastern Conference. The Bucks are no pushover, and yet Indiana held its opponent to just 83 points and shut down almost every offensive threat Milwaukee had. As for the Pacers offense, points came from a variety of players, both starters and reserves, showing that the team has the depth necessary to last through the grueling NBA schedule. The Pacers will kick off the 2016-2017 season on October 26 when the Dallas Mavericks come to Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Tickets for that matchup start as low as $10.
As long as Paul George is healthy, it seems the Indiana Pacers always have a shot in the East. Indiana was a game away from advancing to the second round of the playoffs in 2016, and there’s no reason to expect less from the team this coming season. The addition of Jeff Teague at point guard will give the Pacers a depth that’s been missing in recent seasons, especially with a scorer as talented as Teague. As long as new head coach Nate McMillan can get this group to play together, the sky will be the limit. The Chicago Bulls come to Bankers Life Fieldhouse for a preseason game on October 6 with tickets starting as low as $8.
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