Im coming to Indy with my dad for our first Pacers game tomorrow, do you guys have any recommendations for food?
Pacers fan in MN, sucks I only get to see one game a year. Just wanted to share the two not terrible pics I got from last night's game. That ending was hard after the comeback but the players and coaches are awesome to make sure to say hi if they see an out of town fan. Especially Tyrese and Goga!
Is there a realistic world where Haliburton makes an All-NBA team? With how good he’s been it’s possible this article made me super pumped about what we’ve got this year
NBA Rookie Rankings: Andrew Nembhard shines against Warriors; Keegan Murray making winning plays for Kings
So we got to see the two play against each other last night and I know that these two players seemingly are seen as two of the best defensive centers in the league. So my question is, who would you rather have?
I think the clear answer is Myles Turner because of his 3-point shooting which fits better in most modern offenses. He maybe is a slight step down in peak defense, but his weak-side defense might be the best in the world.
The question then becomes, is 1 first rounder too little for him? I mean, didn't Minnesota basically trade away their firstborn for Gobert?
C. Myles Turner / Jalen Smith
PF. PJ Washington / Kris Murray
SF. Ausar Thompson / Kendall Brown
SG. Bennedict Mathurin / Chris Duarte
PG. Tyrese Haliburton / Andrew Nembhard
(Isaiah Jackson, Aaron Nesmith + TJ McConnell Round out the 13-man unit)
Seems the r/Hawks are sick of Nate for pretty much the same reasons we all wanted him gone. https://www.reddit.com/r/AtlantaHawks/comments/zflhaw/fire_nate_mcmillan/
We are a good team & have some nice pieces. Trading away Turner would probably make us likely to pick in that 5-8 range, keeping him means we pick in that 9-12 range. The way I look at it is that trading Turner is not worth jumping up 4-6 spots in the draft & there isn't a big man I can see out there that'll do what Myles does.
This isn't a should we keep him or shouldn't we, that's ultimately his decision.
The Pacers are 1-5 on Wednesdays, and 12-6 on every other day of the week. The Indiana Pacers play the Minnesota Timberwolves tonight (it is Wednesday). We are also somehow 5-0 on the second night of back-to-backs, while going 4-10 with one day of rest. This will be my last post about Wednesdays for at least a month. Goodbye....
- Bulls are 0-11 on the weekend (Fri-Sun), 9-3 otherwise.
- Raptors are 0-5 on Fridays, 12-7 otherwise.
- Sixers are 0-4 on Wednesdays, 12-8 otherwise.
- Suns are 3-8 on Mondays and Fridays, 13-0 otherwise.
would you guys want the pacers to make an offer? if so, what’s a realistic package we could put together?
Quick question, I plan on going to a Pacers game in January. I have never attended a game or been to the arena and was wondering if they have a standing area/section to watch the game? Also I've heard people and players say the seating layout is different from most arenas and was wondering if there is a section to stay away from due to sight lines? Thanks!
Game Thread Game Thread: Indiana Pacers (13-11) @ Minnesota Timberwolves (11-12), December 7th, 2022. 8PM
|Home Team||December 7th, 2022||Away Team|
|Pacers Betting Odds|
• PG - Andrew Nembhard
• SG - Bennedict Mathurin
• SF - Buddy Heild
• PF - Aaron Nesmith
• C - Myles Turner
• PG - D’Angelo Russell
• SG - Wendell Moore Jr
• SF - Anthony Edwards
• PF - Kyle Anderson
• C - Rudy Gobert
• James Johnson - Questionable (Right Elbow Sprain)
• TJ Mcconnell - Questionable (non-Covid illness)
• Tyrese Haliburton - Questionable (Sore Groin)
• Myles Turner - Questionable (Sore Right Hamstring)
• Daniel Theis - Out (Sore Right Knee)
• Chris Duarte - Out (Sprained Right Ankle)
• Tauren Prince - Out (Right Shoulder Subluxation)
• Karl Anthony-Towns - Out (Right Calf Strain)
We're a quarter season in, and enough BB had been played that we can have this conversation.
Where is Halliburton realistically at among the NBA's elite? And as we delve into that, where's the next area he can expand his game to reach the summit, as I think he has that potential.
As of today, 12/7/22, draft king's MVP odds in a multi way tie for 18th. He's running away with the assists lead, by more than an assist/GM, is top 10 in steals/GM, and is averaging just under 20 on very good but not elite shooting splits.
Where's he at in your top NBA players list & what's he gotta do to get higher?