Pacers Coverage

(INDIANAPOLIS, IN.) – After giving up a season high 150 points to the Los Angeles Lakers (41-33), the Indiana Pacers (42-33) hold the Lakers to a season low in points in 109-90 victory.

After an impressive win over the LA Clippers, the Indiana Pacers (41-33) score their fewest in a game all season in 125-99 loss to the Chicago Bulls (35-38). The Pacers conclude the five-game road trip with a 3-2 record.

The Pacers got a big win in Los Angeles on Monday night, when they beat the Clippers 133-116 in one of the more impressive performances of the season.  A key factor in that performance was T.J McConnell. McConnell, in 24 minutes off the bench, added 15 points and continuously provided a spark for the Pacers […]

(LOS ANGELES, CA.) – Pascal Siakam scores 11 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Indiana Pacers (41-32) to a dominating 133-116 victory over the LA Clippers (44-27). The win snaps the Pacers three-game losing streak on the second night of a back-to-back.

Myles Turner breaks Jermaine O’Neal’s franchise Blocks Record Early in the second half of Friday’s win at Golden State, the team’s fifth straight road win, Turner blocked his third shot of the game to become the franchise’s all-time leader in block shots with 1,246, passing Jermaine O’Neal. “It’s definitely an emotional feeling just being here as long […]

(LOS ANGELES, CA.) – The Los Angeles Lakers (39-32) snap the Indiana Pacers (40-32) five-game road winning streak in 150-145 victory. Six players scored twenty or more points, including Pacers high 36 points from Pascal Siakam.

(SAN FRANCISCO, CA.) – For the fifth consecutive road game, the Indiana Pacers (40-31) pick win by double digits in 123-111 win over Golden State Warriors (36-33). Also, Myles Turner is the franchise leader in blocked shots.

(DETROIT, MI.) – After a frustrating loss on Monday night, the Indiana Pacers (39-31) come out and take care of business with a 122-103 victory over the Detroit Piston (12-57) to pick up fourth straight road win.

It’s been a trying season for the Pacers.  While they find themselves in the thick of the Eastern Conference, their play has been inconsistent the majority of the season.  Looking really good against some of the league’s best and losing to some of its worst.  On paper, Monday’s 108-103 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers looks […]

(INDIANAPOLIS, IN.) – Despite missing Donovan Mitchell, Evan Mobley, Max Strus, and Dean Wade, the Cleveland Cavaliers (43-25) hand the Indiana Pacers (38-31) a 108-103 loss to conclude the three-game homestand.