|Team Ranking||PTS/G||OPP PTS/G|
|Central Division||105.6 (3rd)||104.2 (2nd)|
Fri Apr 6
|L 73 - 92||@TOR|
Sun Apr 8
|W 123 - 117||@CHA|
Tue Apr 10
|L 93 - 119||CHA|
Sun Apr 15
|W 98 - 80||@CLE|
Wed Apr 18
|L 97 - 100||@CLE|
Fri Apr 20
|W 92 - 90||CLE|
Sun Apr 22
|L 100 - 104||CLE|
Wed Apr 25
|L 95 - 98||@CLE|
Fri Apr 27
|W 121 - 87||CLE|
Sun Apr 29
|L 101 - 105||@CLE|
Stewart signed a one-year Exhibit 10 contract with the Pacers on Monday, Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports reports.
While Stewart will not officially be one of the Pacers' two-way players this season, signing an Exhibit 10 deal with them does give Indiana the option of converting Stewart's contract into a two-way deal before the start of the regular season. Regardless of what happens, chances are Stewart will likely being the season playing on the team's G League affiliate in Fort Wayne.
Poythress delivered 14 points (5-12 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT), two rebounds, one steal and one block across 17 minutes during the Pacers' 116-79 win over the Nets in a Las Vegas Summer League contest Friday.
Poythress continues to try and make enough of an impression to at least earn a training camp invite from the Pacers after having been waived on July 6. The 24-year-old was impressive as an undrafted rookie for the Sixers in a brief six-game stint during the 2016-17 campaign, averaging 10.7 points (on 46.3 percent shooting) and 4.8 rebounds across 26.2 minutes. However, he saw just 4.2 minutes over 25 games with Indiana last season, although he's been solid throughout summer league play.
Sims posted 21 points (7-11 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 5-6 FT), four rebounds and one assist across 22 minutes during the Pacers' 116-79 win over the Nets in a Las Vegas Summer League contest Friday.
The big man last saw regular-season NBA action back in the 2015-16 campaign with Nets, and he's now trying to revive his career by securing a spot in the Pacers' frontcourt rotation. The Georgetown product played in Italy last season and was averaging just 12.5 minutes coming into Friday's contest, but his effort in the blowout win may have been enough to garner him a training camp invite.
Wilcox generated 22 points (7-9 FG, 6-8 3Pt, 2-2 FT), two rebounds, one assist and two steals across 26 minutes during the Pacers' 116-79 win over the Nets in a Las Vegas Summer League contest Friday.
Wilcox was lights-out from three-point range, leading to a team-high scoring total and his best effort of summer league play overall. The 27-year-old brings a solid amount of NBA experience and also enjoyed some success in the G-League last season over 12 games, turning in averages of 9.5 points (on 45.1 percent shooting) and 1.8 rebounds across 19.2 minutes. Wilcox could conceivably carve out a role in the Pacers' backcourt rotation in the coming season with a strong enough training camp and preseason.
Holiday is out for Friday's summer league game against the Nets due to a thigh contusion.
Holiday presumably picked up the injury during Wednesday's loss to Atlanta. Though he'll miss Friday's game, there's nothing to indicate the injury is serious, and his absence is likely precautionary.
|2017-18 Team Leaders|
|PPG||Victor Oladipo, SG||23.1|
|RPG||Domantas Sabonis, C||7.7|
|APG||Darren Collison, PG||5.3|
|FG%||Domantas Sabonis, C||51.4|
|FT%||Darren Collison, PG||88.2|
|3P%||Darren Collison, PG||46.8|
|BLOCKS||Myles Turner, C||118|
|STEALS||Victor Oladipo, SG||177|
|MPG||Victor Oladipo, SG||34|
|Full Team Statistics|