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Top 10 reasons to hang on to Frank Vogel as Indiana Pacers coach
May 2, 2016

Last night, the Indiana Pacers season came to an end, and with it the curtain may be ready to fall on the longest coaching stint in franchise history. Frank Vogel has been the coach of the Indiana Pacers more than 100 games longer than anyone in the team’s NBA history, and he has the second best […]

Indiana Pacers – Opening Night win shows team willing to fight together
October 30, 2014

by Kent Sterling It was tough to get a great read on the Indiana Pacers in last night’s opening night 103-91 over the Philadelphia 76ers   We knew that would be the case before the tip.  Both teams were missing key pieces to their roster, and the first of 82 regular season games was not […]

The Indiana Pacers Need Lance Stephenson
July 9, 2014

by Bert Beiswanger So what do the Pacers and team president Larry Bird do with Lance “Born Ready” Stephenson? It seems everyone in Indianapolis has had an opinion on this the last few days, and I have mine. I don’t see that the Pacers have much of a choice but to re-sign Lance Stephenson. I […]

Indiana Pacers – Lance Stephenson needs the Pacers and the Pacers need Stephenson
July 8, 2014

by Kent Sterling A perfect friendship, marriage, or business partnership involves an elevation of both sides because of their involvement with the other.  That describes nicely the mutually beneficial relationship between the Indiana Pacers and unrestricted free agent Lance Stephenson that has flourished over the past four years. Nowhere would Stephenson have been allowed to […]

Indiana Pacers down 3-1 after never being in 102-90 Game Four loss
May 26, 2014

by Kent Sterling This one was over shortly after it started.  Chris Bosh scored early and often, and the Heat’s defense had intensity the Pacers were unable to match at either end. Last year, it appeared throughout the Eastern Conference Finals that the Pacers were the better team.  Not so much in 2014.  Not sure […]