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Pacers escape from New York with win, 107-101

Indy Cornrows (Tom Lewis) — The Pacers reserve big man tied his career high, then let Oladipo close out the win. After trailing for most of the second half, the Pacers closed the game on a 13-4 run to pull out a 107-101 win over the Knicks at Madison Square Garden. Domantas Sabonis deserves a big chunk of the credit for keeping the Pacers in touch to run away with the win. Despite being saddled by foul...
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Pacers vs. Knicks: Game thread, lineups, TV info and more

Indy Cornrows (Tom Lewis) — The Pacers and Knicks square off for a Halloween thriller at MSG. The Pacers look for their third consecutive road win on Wednesday night when they visit the Knicks at Madison Square Garden. Considering the Knicks are short-handed, the Halloween matchup doesn’t appear too scary for the Pacers on paper. Of course, the same thing could’ve been said last season in the first matchup between the...
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Pacers link: Pacers back on the road to face Knicks

Indy Cornrows (Tom Lewis) — The Pacers renew their rivalry with the Knicks on Wednesday for a game on ESPN. The Pacers are in New York on Wednesday to play the Knicks in the first of two road games after suffering their first loss at home on Monday. The frustrating fourth-quarter fade against Portland, should have the Pacers attention to detail dialed in for their next two games against the Knicks and Bulls —...
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The Trail Blazers bench outscores the Pacers’ by 39 points

Indy Cornrows (Evan Morris) — The Pacers outplayed the Portland Trail Blazers on Tuesday night but couldn’t do what matters most - shoot. If I told you that Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum combined for just 33 points - and that the Trail Blazers starting unit combined for just 49 points as a whole - you would probably think the Pacers won the game. If I added that Portland had 10 more turnovers than the Pacers,...
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Bojan Bogdanovic’s shots in paint are driving his early season success

Indy Cornrows (adamfriedman) — Welcome to week five of my Indycornrows column! The Pacers beat the Cavaliers so badly on Saturday night that Cleveland fired their head coach. All jokes aside, Indiana’s 119-107 win was yet another example of the Pacers’ ability to consistently beat bad teams in the post Paul George era. A huge part of Saturday’s win was Bojan Bogdanovic and his 25 points on 71 percent shooting. ...
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Nets vs. Pacers: Game thread, lineups, TV info and more

Indy Cornrows (Tom Lewis) — The Pacers try to get cookin’ at home once again when they host the Nets on Saturday night. The Pacers return home to face the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday night at Bankers Life Fielhouse. The Pacers will try to bounce back from a disappointing effort in Milwaukee on Friday night which ended with the first loss of the season. The physical game against the Bucks certainly took a toll on Thad ...
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The Pacers’ half-court offense needs work

Indy Cornrows (C. Cooper) — A little less isolation, a little more action please. Playing with a consistently high level of effort hasn’t been an issue for the Pacers during preseason. In Houston , for example, they forced 26 turnovers (including 11 steals) and outscored the Rockets 24-13 in fast break points. Against Memphis , despite struggling to take care of the ball, the reserves almost won the battle of...
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The photo that cursed the Pacers, Revisited

Indy Cornrows (C. Cooper) — An important discussion about the back-end of the 2013-14 season and how (or if) it applies to today’s team. Very important. February 25, 2014 — The day it was revealed that the Pacers ’ starting lineup had posed for a steely-eyed fashion spread in GQ magazine, and a promising season took a negative turn. The Pacers will grace the pages of GQ next month. So what do you think of their...
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Reggie Miller enjoys Children’s Museum exhibit

Indy Cornrows (Tom Lewis) — The Pacers legend brought his family to check out his statue which is part of the Children’s Museum’s Sports Legends Exhibit. If you follow Reggie Miller on Instagram (and if you read this site and don’t...um, why?) you know he’s been hanging out at his house on Geist this week. He’s been enjoying the summer heat with his family in the pool and boating on the lake while saying he’s “back...
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Q&A with Posting and Toasting on Kyle O’Quinn

Indy Cornrows (C. Cooper) — Matthew Miranda stopped by to talk about the fan favorite’s tenure with the New York Knicks. Victor Oladipo ’s pitch to prospective free agents , which stressed the franchise’s team-first culture along with the opportunity to “come be a part of something bigger than themselves,” seems to have been of like mind with newcomer Kyle O’Quinn , given that the reserve center echoed nearly the...
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Who is greatest Pacer center of all-time, part 2.

Indy Cornrows (adamfriedman) — Roy Hibbert’s retirement got me thinking... For part 1 click here. Number five was Herb Williams and number four was Roy Hibbert. Now here’s numbers 3, 2 and 1. 3. Rik Smits 13 seasons with the Pacers : 14.8 ppg 6.1 rpg 1.3 bpg, 50.7 FG% 11.5 3P%, 77.3 FT% Smits might be the most underrated Pacer on this entire list. He only made one all-star team as the starting center during...
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Who is greatest Pacer center of all-time, part 1.

Indy Cornrows (adamfriedman) — Roy Hibbert’s retirement got me thinking... Roy Hibbert officially retired last Tuesday, ending a once-promising career that faded too fast. Following the 2013 playoffs Hibbert was considered a rising star in the league, an elite rim protector that had the size and ability to post anybody up. He was on his way to becoming the best center in basketball. But then Steph Curry happened. Between...
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Q&A with Mavs Moneyball on Doug McDermott

Indy Cornrows (C. Cooper) — Sam Guertler stopped by to talk about what clicked for Doug McDermott with the Mavericks. Unable to prepare for the upcoming season without switching teams since the summer of 2016, Doug McDermott , time and time again, has been the transactional means to a desired, though sometimes questionable, end. Chicago, who had the league’s worst 3-point percentage in the age of the Three Alphas,...
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Pacers podcast: “I don’t know how well Kyle O’Quinn fits with Domantas Sabonis,” plus a summer league discussion.

Indy Cornrows (adamfriedman) — The Locked on Pacers podcast is hosted by Indycornrows staff writer Adam Friedman in collaboration with West Indianapolis Community News Pacers columnist Tony East. On today’s show Adam and Tony discuss Al Jefferson to China, Alex Poythress ’ release, Kyle O’Quinn and breakdown the summer league action. To listen click here. Al Jefferson to China Why Jefferson chose China...
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The new bench should be better than the last

Indy Cornrows (adamfriedman) — Replacing Lance Stephenson and Glenn Robinson with Tyreke Evans and Doug McDermott should improve Indiana’s bench. With just three simple moves the Pacers improved one of the league’s worst bench units into one of the best. They posted a -2.6 net rating last season, the 17th best rating in the league. At first glance its not terrible, but the Pacers’ net rating was 1.5 points lower than...
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