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It's Pacers Day On NBA TV

The all-NBA network is finishing the week showcasing nothing but the best from the Pacers.

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Rejoice, Pacers fans. 

The Blue & Gold is finally getting some national TV recognition, and it's an all-day affair. 

NBA TV is using Friday as "Pacers Day" on their network. Replays of games started early this morning at 6:30 a.m., but the best-of-the-best from the Pacers over the years will continue through the night. 

Here is the full slate of games that will be airing throughout the day:

NBA TV Schedule for Pacers Day on Friday, Aug. 10

6:30 AM ET - Pacers vs. Stars (1973 Western Division Finals, Game 6)
8:00 AM ET - Pacers at Hornets (Nov. 28, 1992)
10:00 AM ET - Pacers at Knicks (1994 Eastern Conference Finals, Game 5)
12:00 PM ET - Pacers at Knicks (1995 Eastern Conference Semifinals, Game 7)
2:00 PM ET - Pacers vs. Bucks (2000 Eastern Conference First Round, Game 5)
4:00 PM ET - Pacers vs. Knicks (2013 Eastern Conference Semifinals, Game 6)
5:00 PM ET - Pacers vs. Heat (2014 Eastern Conference Finals, Game 5)
6:00 PM ET - Pacers at Cavaliers (2018 Eastern Conference First Round, Game 1)
7:00 PM ET - Pacers vs. Cavaliers (2018 Eastern Conference First Round, Game 3)
8:00 PM ET - Pacers vs. Cavaliers (2018 Eastern Conference First Round, Game 6)
9:00 PM ET - Looking Back at Reggie Miller
10:00 PM ET - Indiana Fever at Phoenix Mercury (LIVE)

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