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NBA Jersey Week: Best and worst of Pacers uniforms

Indy Cornrows (C. Cooper) — When it comes to the preferences of fans, the events that unfolded in the jerseys may matter more than their design. In tandem with Nike taking over as the league’s sporting apparel company and refreshing each team’s uniforms , SB Nation NBA is rolling out a special jersey-themed week in partnership with its team sites. For our part, we here at Indy Cornrows submitted our five favorite...
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Myles Turner could crack the league’s Top 25 players by 2021, maybe

Indy Cornrows (C. Cooper) — How fair is it to expect the 21-year-old to be a perennial All-Star in four years? Floating anywhere from No. 68 to No. 36 , outlets can’t even seem to reach a consensus on how good Myles Turner is right now, let alone where he’ll be four years from now. Nevertheless, in the spirit of fun, a panel of ten SB Nation NBA writers and editors has bravely endeavored to project who will be...
  • 32 days ago
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Vote: Clash of the All-Time Pacers Jerseys

Indy Cornrows (C. Cooper) — We want you! (To help us sort the best jerseys from the bad and the ugly.) Since Nike is refreshing each team’s uniforms as part of them taking over as the league’s sporting apparel company next season, SB Nation is in the process of rolling out a special jersey-themed week in partnership with its team sites. As you likely recall, the Pacers recently unveiled previews of their...
  • 69 days ago
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Indiana Pacers release 2017-18 NBA schedule, Paul George returns in December

Indy Cornrows (Nathan S.) — Indiana’s 2017-18 schedule has been released, setting up a pair of early season matchups against Paul George and Oklahoma City in October and December. The NBA’s limited schedule release last Thursday left fans of many teams wondering where the rest of it was. While it gave everyone a glimpse of marquee games featuring up and coming teams and championship contenders (plus the Knicks ), it...
  • 70 days ago
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Victor Oladipo sharing his talent as part of NBA Africa Game

Indy Cornrows (Tom Lewis) — The Pacers new backcourt player is repping the Blue and Gold along with the NBA in South Africa. Most hoops fans from Indiana know all about Victor Oladipo's talent, whether it be flying above the rim to finish in transition or taking the mic on stage to sing, and now the people in South Africa know , as well. Oladipo has been in South Africa this week paricipating in events leading up...
  • 79 days ago
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Pacers’ new court design is hit-and-miss

Indy Cornrows (C. Cooper) — Indiana reveals makeover after breaking up with Paul George. The Indiana Pacers have officially unveiled their new court design, which has emboldened a few aspects of its predecessor’s simplicity while unnecessarily complicating others. The court. It's where players grow. It's where our values grow. And, ultimately, it's where the game grows. #WeGrowBasketballHere ...
  • 87 days ago
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NBA Free Agency: Jeff Teague reportedly focused on Timberwolves

Indy Cornrows (Garrett Hagan) — The Indiana Pacers’ could very well lose yet another starter this offseason. As of yet, the Indiana Pacers haven’t been able to catch a break this offseason. They’ve likely lost a superstar forward in Paul George , and it appears that the team could face another significant blow as the 2017 NBA Free Agency period kicks off tonight at midnight. Jeff Teague’s tenure in Indiana could end...
  • 115 days ago
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Pacers, Pritchard should fully focus on rebuild amid George rumors

Indy Cornrows (Garrett Hagan) — The Pacers can aim to remain competitive without PG in 2017, but it may come with the cost of mediocrity moving forward. The Indiana Pacers are a sinking ship right now. We saw glimpses of just that throughout the 2016-17 campaign that saw the team finish with a lousy 42-40 record and a first-round sweep at the hands of LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. The ‘ship’ that is the...
  • 120 days ago
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All-NBA voting results deliver latest blow to Paul George’s long-term relationship with Pacers

Indy Cornrows (C. Cooper) — The Indiana Pacers failed Paul George, not the media. As predicted , Paul George fell one spot shy of earning his second-consecutive All-NBA selection and qualifying for the league’s newly created Designated Player Exception (DPE), which means he will not be eligible to become an extra $70 million richer this summer. Here’s how the final balloting shook out at the forward position: ...
  • 158 days ago
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A Look Back At the Larry Bird Era

Indy Cornrows (adamfriedman) — Larry Bird retired from the Indiana Pacers less than three weeks ago. His time in Indianapolis should be remembered fondly. The Indiana Pacers never won a championship under Larry Bird, but Indiana came close three different times. Right now, Bird’s time in Indianapolis might be a failure, but in hindsight it could have been worse. Given the bad luck and limited resources Bird came as...
  • 161 days ago
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Player Review: Jeff Teague needs someone like the guard he replaced

Indy Cornrows (C. Cooper) — Non-shooting shooting guards made this season more challenging. After admitting on 1070 The Fan’s The Dan Dakich Show that the Pacers miss George Hill , Kevin Pritchard explained that they traded him because they needed more speed and another player who “could make plays on the offensive end.” He immediately followed that up with this particularly telling nugget: ...
  • 164 days ago
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Pacers Most Pressing Questions

Indy Cornrows (adamfriedman) — Do the Pacers re-sign Jeff Teague, McMillan, Pritchard, and Bird, who stays and who goes, and Does Paul George resign this summer, play out the last year of his deal, or get traded? The Pacers lost their first-round series when C.J. Miles missed the 15-footer to win game one. From that moment on the Pacers were just another team LeBron James would beat on his way to 21 straight...
  • 180 days ago
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Indiana Pacers Set to Pick No. 18 in Upcoming Draft

Indy Cornrows (Garrett Hagan) — After losing the tiebreaker to the Milwaukee Bucks, the Indiana Pacers will have the 18th selection in the 2017 NBA Draft. It had been announced earlier this week that the Indiana Pacers had lost their draft-pick tiebreaker to the Milwaukee Bucks for the rights to the 17th overall selection in the upcoming NBA draft — where Indiana will now begin the process of evaluating their options...
  • 186 days ago
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The Pacers quest to end road woes continues against Celtics

Indy Cornrows (Tom Lewis) — Lately, road games have been a horror show for the Pacers. Can they take a stand and compete at a higher level in Boston? The Pacers are 2-8 in their last ten road games, losing by an average of just over 11 points in the eight losses. But the last four road games, all losses due to varying problems but causing equal frustration, have called into question the Pacers’ toughness and...
  • 215 days ago
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Pacers falter late yet again, losing to Knicks 87-79

Indy Cornrows (Nathan S.) — Indiana scored 29 second half points, snatching defeat from the jaws of victory in New York. Paul George scored 22. The Indiana Pacers shot 25.5% in the second half, scoring a lowly 29 points, once again suffering a second half defeat to the New York Knicks . The Pacers have led after three quarters in all four games against the Knicks, but ended the season series with just one win. ...
  • 223 days ago
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