Game Rewind: Pacers 101, Hawks 107 (Summer League)

July 12, 2018

For much of Wednesday’s first-round tournament game, the Indiana Pacers looked like a legitimate threat to win the 2018 NBA Summer League. They raced out to a 22-point halftime lead over the Atlanta Hawks and led by as many as 25 in the third quarter. But the Hawks mounted a furious comeback, outscoring Indiana 59-28 over the final 16:15 to come away with a 107-101 win in Las Vegas. “We…

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Oladipo Takes on the #DoTheShiggy Challenge

July 10, 2018

Over the past week, the latest thing to sweep the internet has been the #DoTheShiggy Challenge, a dance inspired by rapper Drake’s newest song “In My Feelings”. Victor Oladipo — who is no stranger to song and dance — posted his own version of the Shiggy Challenge while working out with his trainer in Miami. While keeping it classic with the usual moves of the now-worldwide dance, Oladipo also threw…

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Instant Rewind: Pacers 88, Cavaliers 93

July 9, 2018

After a day off, the Pacers returned to action in the 2018 NBA Summer League on Monday, playing their third game in four days. TJ Leaf scored 20 points and Indiana got a strong performance from second-round pick Alize Johnson, who amassed 16 points on 6-of-11 shooting and seven rebounds in Monday’s contest. But it wasn’t quite enough to overcome the Cleveland duo of Cedi Osman and Collin Sexton, who…

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Pacers Sports & Entertainment Announces Local Organizing Committee Board of Directors for 2021 NBA All-Star

July 9, 2018

INDIANAPOLIS, July 9, 2018 – Pacers Sports & Entertainment today announced the Local Organizing Committee (LOC) Board of Directors for 2021 NBA All-Star. The 70th NBA All-Star Game will take place at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, home of the Indiana Pacers, on Sunday, Feb. 14, 2021. “The 2021 NBA All-Star board members personify leadership, influence, vision and a strong commitment to our community and the state of Indiana,” commented Rick Fuson,…

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O'Quinn Brings Personality, Analytics

July 9, 2018

For personality, think Victor Oladipo. For stats, think Al Jefferson. Kyle O’Quinn, the latest Pacers free agent signee, and likely the last of the summer, was walking across the practice court at St. Vincent Center toward awaiting media members on Monday and didn’t wait to be greeted. “Hello, everybody!” he shouted. When the greeting was returned he said, “What a warm welcome,” as he settled into his interview position. It…

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