Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Central Division105.5 (3rd)106.4 (5th)
Eastern Conference7th12th
NBA15th21st

Next Game

Fri, February 24, 7:00 PM EST
Bankers Life Fieldhouse
away team logo
at
home team logo
-115
Line
-105
100.8
PPG
105.5
43.2
FG %
46.6
78.9
FT %
81.1
35.3
3PT %
36.9

Schedule

Wed Feb 1
W 98 - 88at ORL
Recap
Fri Feb 3
W 106 - 97at BKN
Recap
Sat Feb 4
W 105 - 84DET
Recap
Mon Feb 6
W 93 - 90OKC
Recap
Wed Feb 8
L 132 - 117CLE
Recap
Fri Feb 10
L 112 - 107at WAS
Recap
Sat Feb 11
L 116 - 100MIL
Recap
Mon Feb 13
L 110 - 106SA
Recap
Wed Feb 15
L 113 - 104at CLE
Recap
Thu Feb 16
L 111 - 98WAS
Recap
7:00 pm EST
Today
MEM
Preview
8:00 pm EST
Sat Feb 25
at MIA
9:30 pm EST
Mon Feb 27
at HOU
8:30 pm EST
Wed Mar 1
at SA
1:00 pm EST
Sun Mar 5
at ATL
8:00 pm EST
Mon Mar 6
at CHA
8:00 pm EST
Wed Mar 8
DET
8:00 pm EST
Fri Mar 10
at MIL
6:00 pm EDT
Sun Mar 12
MIA
7:30 pm EDT
Tue Mar 14
at NY

Standings

EAST
Central
CONF
W-L
Overall
W-L
Cleveland26-640-16
Indiana16-1829-28
Chicago19-1628-29
Detroit16-1828-30
Milwaukee17-2125-30
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Pacers' Lavoy Allen: Questionable Friday vs. Grizzlies
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Allen (knee) is considered questionable for Friday's matchup with the Grizzlies.

Allen missed the Pacers' final three games prior to the All-Star break but appears to be nearing a return. Kevin Seraphin had been starting in Allen's place and figures to do so once again if Allen is held out.

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Pacers' Thaddeus Young: Questionable for Friday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Young (wrist) is listed as questionable for Friday's game against the Grizzlies.

Young missed the final eight games prior to the All-Star break and it appears he's still dealing with some lingering pain in his wrist, hence the questionable designation. We should see his status updated again after Friday's morning shootaround, but with Lavoy Allen (knee) also questionable, the Pacers may have to rely on Kevin Seraphin to pick up another start at power forward.

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Pacers' Glenn Robinson: Wins Slam Dunk Contest
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Robinson defeated Derrick Jones, Eric Gordon and DeAndre Jordan in Saturday's Verizon Slam Dunk Contest.

With two-time defending champ Zach LaVine (knee) not participating, the field was wide open, and Robinson seized his opportunity with arguably the two most impressive dunks of the night, including a full two-handed pump reverse jam after leaping over three people to cap his final round victory over Jones. Robinson has been in and out of Indiana's starting lineup this season without much to show for it statistically, but Saturday's win could give him the confidence to lock down a starting role down the stretch.

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Pacers' Myles Turner: Flirts with double-double in loss
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Turner notched 17 points (6-13 FG, 0-1 3pt, 5-7 FT) to go along with nine rebounds, two steals, one assist and a block across 37 minutes in Thursday's 111-98 loss to the Wizards.

A lingering illness hampered Turner earlier in the month, and although he's still posting good numbers, his rebound output has left something to be desired. The 6-11 center's last double-digit rebound total was three weeks ago, and he's only recorded ten or more rebounds ten times this season. This is a huge knock on Turner's value, which is why he's more of a tournament play in DFS than a reliable cash play. Granted, having an elite forward like Paul George in your lineup will steal some of those valuable boards from the big man, but you still have to consider Turner as a bit of a risk-reward play while the Pacers try to emerge from their funk. They'll have plenty of time to regroup over the All-Star break. When they return they'll face a resurgent Grizzlies team that ranks 8th in defense versus centers, so Turner will face a difficult test to begin the second half of the season.

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Pacers' Jeff Teague: Disappoints in loss to Wizards
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Teague posted 6 points (3-7 FG, 0-3 3pt), six rebounds and five assists across 27 minutes in Thursday's 111-98 loss to the Wizards.

If you look at his game logs, Teague has the kind of game we saw Thursday night once in every eight to ten games. Luckily for Teague owners, he's an absolute stud in the remaining contests. It's not entirely Teague's fault, as coach Nate McMillan tends to give Monta Ellis and Rodney Stuckey more backcourt minutes than is warranted. When you give Ellis 30 minutes, naturally Teague's production is going to suffer, and that can cause his owners some frustration. He more than makes up for it with his usual massive stat lines, and always shows up with several dimes, as he averages 8.2 assists per game this season.

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2016-17 Team Leaders
PPGPaul George , SF22.3
RPGMyles Turner , C7.2
APGJeff Teague , PG8.1
FG%Thaddeus Young , SF52.2
FT%Paul George , SF91.4
3P%C.J. Miles , SF41.7
BLOCKSMyles Turner , C118
STEALSThaddeus Young , SF90
MPGPaul George , SF35.7
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