Tag Archives: Pacers Playoffs

Top nine reasons why Paul George should not be untouchable this offseason
April 4, 2016

Indianapolis Star columnist Gregg Doyel came on my radio show and said something many thought was crazy – that Paul George should have been dealt at the trade deadline six weeks ago.. When he said it, I didn’t think he was crazy.  I thought he was seeing the Pacers as a good general manager would – as […]

Indiana Pacers – Postseason should provide a reboot for team chasing banner
April 16, 2014

by Kent Sterling After a disheartening game seven loss to the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals, the Indiana Pacers dedicated themselves to making certain the next game seven against the Heat would be at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The front office went to work signing C.J. Watson and Chris Copeland, and trading Gerald Green […]

Chicago Cubs Need to Look at Indiana Pacers for Lesson in Fan Appreciation
April 22, 2013

by Kent Sterling There was a time not too long ago that fans in what is now Bankers Life Fieldhouse bought all the available tickets, got to the game early, and were engaged throughout even meaningless games. Indianapolis was a Pacers town, and Reggie Miller was the hero of every grade school kid who ever […]

Answers to Questions About Gunner Kiel, Remy Abell, Cubs Baseball, the Colts Draft, and Whether I Give a Damn About the Indiana Pacers
April 21, 2013

Every Sunday, the questions of kentsterling.com readers are answered.  All questions are welcome via email at kentsterling11@yahoo.com or via Twitter @kentsterling.  Include your first name and hometown.  They are compiled through the week, and those that prompt the best answers are selected for publication. Kent – Gunner Kiel has committed to four schools by my […]