Indiana Pacers Blog Posts

Brandon Rush wants to mirror Miller

July 8, 2008
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Attention all real estate agents. The city’s soon-to-be newest millionaire is looking for a house. Brandon Rush said he expects to sign a contract to play for the Indiana Pacers tomorrow and will be...
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Draft picks could draw boos, cheers

June 26, 2008
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With the NBA draft just a few hours away, the rumors are running rampant. Speculators have any number of players going to the Indiana Pacers. Some of the projected selections are sure to have fans at tonight’s draft party at...
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Likely no shoe deal for Pacers pick

June 26, 2008
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If IU’s Eric Gordon doesn’t get drafted by the L.A. Clippers at No. 7, he might find himself standing at the counter of The Finish Line buying shoes like everyone else. Well, it probably...
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O'Neal deal: Shot in arm or foot?

June 24, 2008
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If the Indiana Pacers pull the trigger on a deal to send Jermaine O’Neal to Toronto for guard T.J. Ford, center Rasho Nesterovic and possibly the No. 17 pick in this year’s NBA draft, several NBA insiders think they’d be...
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IU's Gordon appears headed west

June 19, 2008
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The Indiana Pacers’ Larry Bird won’t have to worry about fan reaction if he doesn’t select Indiana University guard Eric Gordon with the team’s No. 11 overall pick in the June 26 National Basketball Association...
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Pacers launch TV ad campaign

June 13, 2008
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If you’ve been watching the National Basketball Association finals this week between the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers, you’ve noticed the latest television ad campaign by the Indiana Pacers airing on ABC. The eye-catching spots created by the team’s ad...
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Pacers revive draft party

June 5, 2008
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The Indiana Pacers will host a party at Conseco Fieldhouse on June 26, where fans can watch the 2008 NBA Draft and hear from Pacers executives about the team’s draft. This marks the...
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Pacers sell $6 tickets

May 30, 2008
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The Indiana Pacers today began offering season tickets for about $6 per game. That’s one of the lowest ticket prices in the National Basketball Association. The cost is cheaper if you figure in preseason games, which are included in the...
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Pacers cool on IU's Gordon

May 28, 2008
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The Indiana Pacers won’t likely have a shot at Indiana’s Eric Gordon in next month’s National Basketball Association draft. Most hoops prognosticators project Gordon to go seventh or eighth in the June 26...
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Pacers launch new outreach effort

May 12, 2008
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The Indiana Pacers are hitting the streets of central Indiana in an attempt to reach out to the local corporate community. Pacers officials are also considering hosting a draft-day party to help reconnect...
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Morway named Pacers GM

May 7, 2008
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The Indiana Pacers announced today that David Morway has been promoted to general manager of the team. Morway, who has been with the Pacers 10 years, has been serving as senior vice president of...
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Star's Montieth 'hit dead end'

April 25, 2008
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Indianapolis Star sports reporter Mark Montieth has covered his last Indiana Pacers game for the paper he dreamed about working for since he was a young child. Effective at the end of today, Montieth,...
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What's next for Pacers?

April 16, 2008
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An announcement today that Indiana Pacers co-owner Herb Simon will become CEO and Jim Morris will be elevated to president has many sports marketers applauding, but at the same time asking "What's next?" Several key questions persist. First, how much steam...
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Pacers give tickets away, set future

April 16, 2008
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The Indiana Pacers are in a giving mood for tonight’s Fan Appreciation Night. The team is advertising that all lower level tickets will sell for $30, club level tickets for $20 and upper...
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Pacers pipeline could be Knicks fix

April 15, 2008
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Donnie Walsh is tapping into his old Indiana Pacers contacts to fill key vacancies for the New York Knicks. Since becoming president of the Knicks last month, Pacers scout Jimmy Powell and Brian...
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Pacers near 22-year attendance low

April 9, 2008
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The Indiana Pacers are in two races: one to make the playoffs and the other to keep their average home attendance above 12,000. Last night against the Atlanta Hawks--arguably their biggest game of the...
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Walsh expected to fire Isiah

April 8, 2008
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Donnie Walsh has spent the last few days in Indianapolis cleaning out his Conseco Fieldhouse office and gathering his belongings to head back to New York where he will begin his post this...
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Pacers eye Gordon status

April 4, 2008
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Indiana University freshman Eric Gordon this afternoon is expected to declare himself eligible for the National Basketball Association draft. Whether he could use another year of college seasoning or not, NBA teams are...
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Who is minding Pacers business?

April 2, 2008
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With former Indiana Pacers CEO Donnie Walsh, 67, set to be introduced as the New York Knicks president today at 1 p.m., several questions loom large for the Pacers front office. While the Pacers...
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Pacers' O'Brien: Stay in school

March 28, 2008
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Indiana Pacers Coach Jim O’Brien said yesterday during his show on WFNI-1070 AM that he thinks players interested in entering the National Basketball Association draft should be required to wait two years after...
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Does departure help Pacers?

March 24, 2008
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Maybe Donnie Walsh stayed too long with the Pacers, as he said in a news conference this afternoon announcing his departure. The 67-year-old said the team will benefit from having a single voice, that of Larry Bird, as president...
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Simon denies Pacers for sale

March 13, 2008
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Rumors are running hot about the future ownership of the Indiana Pacers. The New York Post’s Peter Vecsey mentioned in passing in his column on Sunday that the Simons have posted a for-sale sign on the team. Who could blame...
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Pacers deal with more bad press

February 28, 2008
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A throng of media members besieged Indiana Pacers players and front office executives after the team's practice today at Conseco Fieldhouse, seeking comment about the latest off-court incident involving a Pacers player. This...
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Pacers fan fallout

January 29, 2008
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There’s been a lot of feedback regarding the article about the Indiana Pacers’ attendance problem that appeared in this week’s IBJ. A growing number of readers say they won’t be going to Pacers games anytime soon—even if the team starts...
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