Pacers name Kellogg VP of player relations

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The Indiana Pacers have named Clark Kellogg vice president for player relations.

The 48-year-old Kellogg was the Pacers' first-round pick in 1982 and played five seasons before a knee injury caused him to retire. He averaged 20.1 points and 10.6 rebounds his rookie year, one of just four players in the NBA that season to average above 20 and 10 in those two categories.

Kellogg is a broadcaster for Pacers and CBS college basketball telecasts. He'll continue his responsibilities with Pacers TV and as the lead college basketball analyst for CBS. He has been the Pacers television analyst for the last 21 seasons.

Team president Larry Bird calls Kellogg a "tremendous asset for our franchise."


  • Well done
    A perfect hire for the Pacers. Well done Clark.
  • Clark Kellogg
    Seems like a nice guy. I'd rather have Quinn Buckner on the broadcasts, though.
  • Excellent Hire
    Clark will be a great asset to the Pacer organization going forward. His knowledge of the game, his committment to his family and community, and his ability to communicate effectively will pay huge dividends.
  • Reggie
    Reggie Miller, Cheryl Miller and backer buy Pacers in 2013.

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