Anthony Davis had 18 points and eight rebounds to lead the New Orleans Pelicans to a 110-105 victory over the Indiana Pacers in the preseason opener for both teams Saturday night.
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Bird believes there is untapped potential in Glenn Robinson III. With the right surroundings, can he can flourish into an NBA star?
As the apparent new starting center for the Indiana Pacers, Ian Mahinmi has taken the challenge seriously and bulked up to do battle in the middle.
Paul George is coming back to the Pacers this season, but the Pacers will look very different in 2015-16, and it starts with Paul George.
Rookie big man Myles Turner should help the Indiana Pacers' inside game, and team president Larry Bird says he's the best shooter on the team.
Pacers coach Frank Vogel explained that Paul George playing power forward is not going to be a big deal defensively.
David West trusts the financial choices he made early in his career which played a big part in his decision to pass on $10 million to join the Spurs.
Can Paul George play power forward in a new Pacers lineup? Former teammate David West can't see the All-Star making the switch.
Paul George has lofty goals for both himself and the Indiana Pacers for the 2015-16 season.
New season, new hairstyle
Pacers guard George Hill went blonde during the summer, and said at media day that the hair is here to stay.
Paul George: 'I want to be the MVP'
The Pacers forward set a high bar for himself at today's media day after playing only six games last season. George averaged 21.7 ppg in 2013-14 then suffered a badly broken leg in the offseason. He said: "I still understand I'm coming off the injury, but I'm trying to block all that out."
Paul George: I'm back and better than ever
"Honestly, I feel like I’m better than the Paul George I was [before]. ... I’m not limiting myself. I still have the aspiration of being the MVP, still have the aspiration of being one of the best defenders, one of the best scorers in the league. All of that is still there. But now I just feel like I’m much … wiser. I’m a better ballhandler, a better playmaker. I just feel like everything is just enhanced having a year out from the game." (via USA Today)
Four Pacers in next round of rankings
As our rankings of NBA players roll on to Nos. 201-250, see which Pacers are in the next group. #NBArank: Day Three
Can the Pacers make a splash in East?
Bringing in Monte Ellis and moving Paul George to the power forward position should make the Pacers interesting to watch this season. Where does Marc Stein rank Indiana at the beginning of the season? Power Rankings: Preseason
Paul George not 'thrilled' by move to PF
The Pacers plan to play Paul George more at power forward this season, a move he told ESPN he "isn't too thrilled" about, but will do to help the team: "I pride myself on being a ballplayer first and foremost, but there's a difference playing the 4 [instead of small forward]." Story
Which pacers made today's rankings?
As our rankings of NBA players roll on to Nos. 251 - 300, see which members of the Indiana roster made the next group. #NBArank: Day Two
Paul George says he is healthy and ready to help the Indiana Pacers rebound in 2015-16 after missing the playoffs last season -- even if it means he has to play power forward.
Four Pacers in bottom 100
In our annual rankings of all the NBA players, four Indiana players made the bottom quarter. See which Pacers are slotted among the worst in the league. #NBArank: The bottom 100
Pacers on the mend
After starting last season as serious playoff contenders, the Pacers were forced to make short-term fixes that could lead to long-term issues. Future Power Rankings (Insider)
In a quest for the Holy Grail of preventing injuries, the NBA is looking toward technological breakthroughs to guide the way.
Paul George was an All-Star prior to the summer of 2014 when he broke his leg during a Team USA scrimmage in Las Vegas and he's hoping to return to that form during the 2015-16 NBA season.
Pacers welcome Taylor Swift to Indy
In advance of Taylor Swift's appearance in Indianapolis on Wednesday night, she was welcomed by Paul George and other members of the Pacers (even coach Frank Vogel) and by the WNBA Indiana Fever. See the video
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