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Indiana Pacers Tickets – Waiting for Payoff

Indiana Pacers tickets are still in recovery mode. It doesn’t seem that long ago that Pacers tickets were among the best in the NBA.Indiana basketball fans must be haunted by that one unforgettable night when the Pacers Ron Artest took to the stands and ignited a fight that still cats its shadow over the franchise. Dealing with the fallout has leftIndianastripped of major talent and fighting to find it’s way again. Artest was shipped off, but the series of trades since haven’t panned out and Pacers ticket holders have been the poorer for it.

The Comeback Trail for Pacers Tickets?

There are signs of optimism in Indiana. Head Coach Jim O’Brien is talking NBA Playoffs. Forward Jermaine O’Neal is one reason for the high hopes. O”Neal was on a tear last season, posting career bests in points and rebounds before falling victim to injury. O’Neal has said he wants to remain a Pacer so hopefully attitude won’t derail his season. Then there’s Danny Granger, another forward with potential. Granger will be more important in O’Brien’s offense but unless his defensive skills improve he’ll be a liability on the other end of the court. The rest of the team also has some promise as #1 Pick Shawne Williams has plenty of upside and David Harrison is a talent waiting to be refined. Fans with Pacers tickets are still waiting for Jamaal Tinsley to pay off but again O’Briens offense may solve that problem. Finally, shooting guard Mike Dunleavy ia another Pacer waiting to happen if only his trey would start to fall.

It’s a Tough Road for Pacers Tickets

Indiana has the misfortune to be in the Central Division where the magic trio of Chicago, Cleveland, and Detroitare still way ahead. Their placement within the division means Indianahas major challenges ahead. While still a question mark, the Indiana Pacers look ready to cast off the shadow and move on. It’s not too much of a stretch to see them in the playoffs, maybe this year, maybe next. The biggest question mark in the Central Division, Indiana Pacers tickets could turn out to surprise a lot of people.    

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Pacers' Paul George Talks 2014 Collapse - Ink on Indy

Pacers' Paul George Talks 2014 Collapse
Ink on Indy
Mind-numbing. Scary. Frustrating. Unnerving. Those, plus numerous NSFW adjectives described the Indiana Pacers' collapse in the 2013-2014 season. A 9-0 start turned into a 15-1 start, which turned into a 25-5 start. Then, the cracks in the foundation ...

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Evan Turner's Agent: Larry Bird Told Me Turner Could Average 17, 6 And 5 - NESN.com

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Evan Turner's Agent: Larry Bird Told Me Turner Could Average 17, 6 And 5
NESN.com
When the Indiana Pacers made a deal to acquire Evan Turner at the NBA's trade deadline last season, many thought the trade could be a difference maker in the Eastern Conference. Turner, a 25-year-old small forward, didn't exactly light the world on fire with ...

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Roy Hibbert working with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar this offseason (Video) - FanSided (blog)

FanSided (blog)

Roy Hibbert working with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar this offseason (Video)
FanSided (blog)
Roy Hibbert disappeared from the playoffs when the Indiana Pacers needed him the most last season. Hibbert looked sharp during the regular season, and especially good in the postseason a year prior, but simply collapsed when the pressure was at it's ...

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PHOTO: Lance Stephenson is ready for his time with the Hornets - CBSSports.com

PHOTO: Lance Stephenson is ready for his time with the Hornets
CBSSports.com
First of all, this is a pretty cool Photoshop effort by whoever created it. Secondly, I think it's safe to say Lance Stephenson is over being on the Indiana Pacers and ready to embrace the Charlotte Hornets. After declining a five-year, $44 million contract offer from ...

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Byron Scott says he is the Los Angeles Lakers' new coach, but team won't confirm - Times Colonist

Byron Scott says he is the Los Angeles Lakers' new coach, but team won't confirm
Times Colonist
FILE - In this April 9, 2013, file photo, then-Cleveland Cavaliers coach Byron Scott watches the Cavaliers' NBA basketball game against the Indiana Pacers in Indianapolis. Scott said this weekend that he has been hired by the Lakers, but the club insisted ...

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