Pacer Paul George sent out a series of controversial tweets Thursday morning.
Frank Vogel says he bought 500 tickets to the game and plans to give them away for free starting Tuesday at noon.
Officials say the rule change was planned even before Indiana’s Paul George broke his right leg.
George doled out a lot of thanks before catching people up on what he’s been doing.
The Pacers released their 2014-2015 season schedule.
As of Tuesday, the Pacers didn’t know if George would be out the entire season and what their starting lineup would look like.
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame is welcoming its class of 2014.
The Pacers’ preseason schedule has a distinctly Indiana flavor to it — and a neutral court matchup against an old nemesis.
Until Friday night, fans can go to Bankers Life Fieldhouse to sign a banner for Paul George, who broke his leg.
Tamika Catchings has known Paul George since he was drafted by the Indiana Pacers in 2010.
OrthoIndy Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Sanford Kunkel discusses Paul George’s injury from Friday night.
“Our first thoughts are with Paul and his family. It is way too early to speculate on his return as the No. 1 priority for everyone will be …
The 6-foot-10 George is resting comfortably after surgery at Sunrise Hospital to repair the open tibia-fibula fracture, USA Basketball said …
Indiana Pacers All-Star Paul George suffered a gruesome right leg injury late in the U.S. national team’s intrasquad scrimmage Friday night.