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Pacers Coverage

The Pacers got a much-needed road win on Friday night in Chicago, before losing to one of the NBA’s best teams on Sunday evening.
A recent trend for the 2017-18 Indiana Pacers has been the inability to close out games for Nate McMillan’s team.
After an impressive start to the 2017-18 season, the Pacers have come back to reality a bit in losing four straight games.
Poor play late in games cost the Pacers this weekend, as they lost road contests in Philadelphia and New York.
The injury to Myles Turner has opened up the door for a promising Pacers’ debut from new center Domantas Sabonis.
Even with Myles Turner sidelined for seven of the first eight games this season, the Indiana Pacers are off to a very impressive 5-3 start.
Pacers center Myles Turner is progressing from his concussion on opening night, but he will probably miss a seventh straight game.
Early in the 2017-18 season, Victor Oladipo is playing like the star and Eastern Conference All-Star the Pacers so desperately need.
Pacers center Myles Turner has already missed four games this season due to a concussion and that number could grow.