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The Pacers (48-34) will be the 5th seed in the playoffs starting this weekend, but are still waiting to find out their opponent.
After seemingly turning the corner after the All-Star break, Myles Turner has struggled majorly in the past couple of weeks.
On Sunday afternoon, the Indiana Pacers (48-33) won their final road game of the season, with a 123-117 win over the Hornets (35-46).
Vaughn Ridley | Getty Images INDIANAPOLIS – In a season of surprises, the Indiana Pacers threw out the bad kind of surprise on Friday night. A season-low in points (73), field goal percentage (29.9) and no starter making more than 2 field goals in the entire game. That’s ugly...
On Thursday night, the Indiana Pacers (47-32) returned in front of their home crowd and recorded an impressive 126-106 victory over the Golden State Warriors.
During the Pacers’ recent 4-game western road swing, Victor Oladipo looked like the All-Star player seen earlier this season.
The Pacers could not cap a perfect road trip on Tuesday night, losing 107-104 to the Nuggets.
With a little more than a week to go in the regular season, the Pacers (46-31) could still very well have home court in Round One of the playoffs.
An Easter afternoon game for Victor Oladipo saw their All-Star guard go off as the Pacers won their 5th straight game, this one coming in a 111-104 victory over the Clippers.