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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Pacers have announced that fans will not be allowed to attend the first few games of the 2020-21 season. The Pacers open the new season at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on December 23 against the Knicks, but “out of an abundance of caution” have decided that public ticket sales will not be sold for the beginning of the season. However, the team says “we look forward to having fans back in January.”

 The full statement from the Indiana Pacers:

“We are excited to tip off the 2020-21 Indiana Pacers season on December 23 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. As we continue to train our staff and partners to ensure the safest possible environment for our guests and players, out of an abundance of caution we have decided that we will not have public ticket sales for the beginning of the regular season. We look forward to having fans back to Bankers Life Fieldhouse in January, and we will provide updates in the near future. Finally, we are so grateful to the NBA’s best fans for their continued support and patience.”

The NBA released the first half of this season’s 72-game schedule, with the remaining games to be announced at a later date.

The first half of the Pacers schedule:

Dec. 23 vs. New York

Dec. 26 at Chicago

Dec. 27 vs. Boston

Dec. 29 vs. Boston

Dec. 31 vs. Cleveland

Jan. 2 vs. New York

Jan. 4 at New Orleans

Jan. 6 vs. Houston

Jan. 9 vs. Phoenix

Jan. 11 at Sacramento

Jan. 12 at Golden State

Jan. 14 at Portland

Jan. 16 at Phoenix

Jan. 17 at LA Clippers

Jan. 20 vs. Dallas

Jan. 22 vs. Orlando

Jan. 24 vs. Toronto

Jan. 25 vs. Toronto

Jan. 27 at Charlotte

Jan. 29 at Charlotte

Jan. 31 vs. Philadelphia

Feb. 2 vs. Memphis

Feb. 3 at Milwaukee

Feb. 5 vs. New Orleans

Feb. 7 vs. Utah

Feb. 10 at Brooklyn

Feb. 11 at Detroit

Feb. 13 at Atlanta

Feb. 15 vs. Chicago

Feb. 17 at Minnesota

Feb. 20 at Houston

Feb. 22 vs. San Antonio

Feb. 24 vs. Golden State

Feb. 26 at Boston

Feb. 27 at New York

March 1 at Philadelphia

March 3 at Cleveland

March 4 vs. Denver

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