Indiana Pacers

2nd Central | 0-0
  • Field Goal %
    45.0 FG%
  • 3-point %
    35.1 3P%
  • Points Scored
    102 PPG
  • Total Rebounds
    44.2 RPG
  • Report: Lance Stephenson to work out for Pelicans
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    Report: Lance Stephenson to work out for Pelicans

    Two years ago, Lance Stephenson was 23 years old and nearly an All-Star. Now, he’s stuck trying out for a team without an open regular-season roster spot. Brett Dawson of The Advocate: The Pelicans have 15 players – the regular-season roster limit – with guaranteed salaries plus Chris Copeland, Robert Sacre and Shawn Dawson on unguaranteed deals. In other words, Stephenson is trying out just to enter a competition for a roster vacancy that doesn’t even exist. New Orleans has taken major steps to add perimeter help this summer, drafting Buddy Hield and signing E’Twaun Moore, Langston Galloway and Solomon Hill. If he somehow makes the team, Stephenson likely wouldn’t make the rotation, even with

  • Report: Sacramento Kings reach one-year deal with Ty Lawson
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    Report: Sacramento Kings reach one-year deal with Ty Lawson

    Ty Lawson said that wherever he signed, “they’re going to get me for cheaper than I feel I’m worth … I feel like I’m overlooked in free agency.” That lucky team — at least in Lawson’s mind — is the Sacramento Kings. They have reached a one-year deal with him, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical at Yahoo Sports. Lawson bounced between Houston and Indiana last season, and struggled at both stops — he shot 39.3 percent last season with a far wbelow replacement lever PER of 9.7. He was better in Indiana than Houston. Lawson also brings the baggage of a couple of DUIs in recent years and a reputation as a partier — including showing up to practice with alcohol on his breath. That hurt is free

  • 51Q: Will returning home to Atlanta rejuvenate Dwight Howard?
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    51Q: Will returning home to Atlanta rejuvenate Dwight Howard?

    We continue PBT’s 2016-17 NBA preview series, 51 Questions. Between now and the start of the NBA season we will tackle 51 questions we cannot wait to see answered during the upcoming NBA season. We will delve into one almost every day between now and the start of the season (we’re taking some weekends off). Today: It’s hard to remember an NBA star whose perception has changed as much in five years as Dwight Howard’s has. He hasn’t really helped matters — his messy exits from the Magic and Lakers, as well as his rumored feud with James Harden in Houston and declining production due to injuries have clearly lowered his standing. It’s easy to forget that five years ago, he was a three-time reigning