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The Indiana Pacers are a professional basketball team in the National Basketball Association (the NBA). The Indiana Pacers play in the Central Division of the Eastern Conference with four other teams: the Detroit Pistons, the Chicago Bulls, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Milwaukee Bucks. Pacers tickets will surely be hard to come by during the 2014-2015 NBA schedule.
Indiana Pacers 2014-2015 Outlook
Paul George is probably done for the year with a broken leg, and Stephenson is grazing in purpler pastures. Down their two best perimeter players on offense and defense, the Indiana Pacers are going to struggle in a big way.
Frank Vogel still has Roy Hibbert in the middle, and George Hill will continue to be one of the NBA’s better defensive point guards. So getting stops should still be a strength for Indy, but scoring is going to be rough.
Maybe Chris Copeland will stretch the floor with his shooting. Perhaps Hibbert will become a bigger threat on the block. David West might have one more big year in him.
But even if all three of those things come to pass, it’s hard to say they’ll make up for losing George and Stephenson.
Bankers Life Fieldhouse
The Indiana Pacers play their home games at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Bankers Life Fieldhouse is an indoor arena located in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. It is the home of the Indiana Pacers of the National Basketball Association and the Indiana Fever of the Womens National Basketball Association. The Fieldhouse also hosts college basketball games (including the annual Big Ten Conference tournaments), indoor concerts, and ice hockey.
It opened in November 1999 as Conseco Fieldhouse to replace Market Square Arena. The naming rights to the venue were sold to Conseco, a financial services organization based in nearby Carmel, Indiana. In May 2010, the company renamed itself as CNO Financial Group, but the Conseco name was retained by the Fieldhouse. In December 2011, CNO Financial Group changed the name of the Fieldhouse to Bankers Life Fieldhouse, after one of its subsidiaries, Bankers Life and Casualty.
Additionally, the Indiana Firebirds of the Arena Football League played at the Fieldhouse from 2001 to 2004. The venue also hosts select games for the Indiana Ice of the United States Hockey League.
The Professional Bull Riders brought its Built Ford Tough Series bull riding tour to the Fieldhouse for the first time in January 2011. It was their second visit to Indianapolis; they first visited Indianapolis during the 2004 season when they held a BFTS event at the RCA Dome.
On July 14, 2013, Paul McCartney, of The Beatles, played a sold-out show as part of his Out There! Tour.
Bankers Life Fieldhouse
125 South Pennsylvania Street
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
The Indiana Pacers franchise began as a member of the American Basketball Association (the ABA) in the league’s inaugural season. The ABA survived as an alternative to the NBA for 9 years, and the Indiana Pacers were the most successful team in ABA history. The Indiana Pacers advanced to the ABA Finals 5 times and won 3 ABA Championships during that unprecedented stretch.
The Indiana Pacers joined the ranks of the NBA in 1976 along with 3 other teams from the ABA – the New York Nets, the Denver Nuggets and the San Antonio Spurs. The Indiana Pacers struggled in the NBA during the early years of their existence. From 1977 through 1986, the Indiana Pacers advanced to the NBA playoffs only once. Fortune turned in the Indiana Pacers’ favor when the team drafted Reggie Miller in the 1987 NBA draft. After adding center Rik Smits and forward Detlef Schrempf the next 2 years, the Indiana Pacers became one of the more successful teams in the NBA during the 1990’s and that success has continued through the 2000’s as well. Since the 1989-1990 season, the Indiana Pacers have advanced to the playoffs all but 2 years during that span. Although the Indiana Pacers lost in the first round of the playoffs each of the 1st four years of the Reggie Miller era, the Indiana Pacers advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals in 1994, 1995, 1998 and 1999 and to its 1st ever NBA Finals in 2000. The Indiana Pacers always struggled to beat either the Chicago Bulls or New York Knicks in the 1990’s. The Indiana Pacers finally defeated the New York Knicks in 2000 to advance to the NBA Finals, but that was as far as the run would go as the Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Indiana Pacers in 6 games to dash all hopes of the franchise’s 1st NBA Championship. In Reggie Miller’s second to last season as a player, the Indiana Pacers made a spirited playoff run to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals, but they fell just short with a 4-2 series loss to the Detroit Pistons.
The Indiana Pacers have retired the following players’ numbers: George McGinnis’ #30; Reggie Miller’s #31; Mel Daniels’ #34; Roger Brown’s #35; and Head Coach Bobby “Slick” Leonard’s #529 (Leonard’s number of career wins).