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Game 30 - 12/29/09 - at the United Center

PACERS (18-12) 119, BULLS 109

Fitzpatrick 8-3-2

Jones 10-4-1

Ford 8-2-5

Dunleavy 5-1-3

Murphy 36-9-5

Hibbert 18-5-2

Rush 11-7-2

Watson 6-2-6

Head 13-1-3

McRoberts 4-4-3

For the Bulls:

Gibson 6-8-1

Hinrich 2-4-9

Rose 31-1-7

Deng 28-6-3

Noah 9-10-1

Warrick 8-5-0

Brown 5-0-2

Pargo 6-0-0

Murray 3-1-3

Miller 11-6-2

Troy Murphy had a season high 36 points while Roy Hibbert added 18 as the Pacers used a 4th quarter run to down the Bulls 119-109. Derrick Rose had 31 while Luol Deng chipped in with 28 for Chicago.

The Blue and Gold will now face the Memphis Grizzlies December 30th at Conseco Fieldhouse.

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Game 31 - 12/30/09 - at Conseco Fieldhouse

PACERS (19-12) 121, GRIZZLIES 95

Dunleavy 26,5,1
Head 8,1,4
Ford 12,3,4
D. Jones 6,1,3
Fitzpatrick 6,6,3
McRoberts 8,1,4
Price 12,0,4
Watson 8,1,5
Rush 7,10,1
Hibbert 26,8,0
S. Jpnes 2,1,0

Grizzlies leaders
points: Gay, 27 (Randolph had 26)
rebounds: Randolph, 13
assists: Conley/Tinsley, 4.

The Pacers look for their 20th win of the season as they host the Minnesota T-Wolves on January 2nd.

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Game 32 - 1/2/10 - at Conseco Fieldhouse
PACERS (20-12) 99, T-WOLVES 95

McRoberts 5,7,3 (fouled out)
Head 21,2,4
Watson 6,0,3
Dunleavy 7,5,2
Hibbert 20,3,0
S. Jones 6,7,5
Rush 5,7,1
Price 16,2,2
D. Jones 13,3,1
Fitzpatrick 2,7,2 (fouled out).

Indiana won the game despite committing 29 team fouls (Minnesota had just 9).

T-Wolves notables:
points - Love, 25
rebounds - Love, 14
assists - Flynn, 5.

Despite not having Danny Granger and Troy Murphy due to injury has not slowed down the Pacers. Their next game is January 3rd when they face the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.

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Game 33 - January 3rd - at Madison Square Garden
PACERS (21-12) 86, KNICKS 71

Hibbert 8-10-5
Dunleavy 17-1-3
Watson 10-8-2
Head 11-3-0
McRoberts 2-9-0
Fitzpatrick 10-12-2
D. Jones 14-1-0
Price 6-4-1
Rush 2-5-0
S. Jones 2-5-0
Hansbrough 4-6-0

Indiana out-rebounded New York 64-39, as the Pacers had 7 players grab at least 5 rebounds.

Knicks leaders:
points - Harrington, 25
rebounds - Harrington, 8
assists - Duhon, 5.

The Pacers look to go 10 games over .500 when they host the Orlando Magic, Wednesday, January 5th at Conseco Fieldhouse.


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Game 34 - 1/5/10 - at Conseco Fieldhouse

Pacers (22-12) 101, Magic (23-11) 97

McRoberts 6/7/1

Head 9/3/4

Watson 10/3/9

Dunleavy 13/6/0

Hibbert 3/1/2

S. Jones 5/5/1

Rush 5/7/3

Price 11/1/2

D. Jones 27/3/0

Fitzpatrick 12/7/2.

totals: 101 points, 43 rebounds, 24 assists.

Magic leaders:

points - Howard, 21

rebounds - Howard, 18

assists - Nelson, 7.

Despite a 21 point/18 rebound effort by Dwight Howard, and a 18/7/7 performance by Jameer Nelson, the Orlando Magic were upset again by the Pacers, who were led by Dahntay Jones, who had a career high 27 points. Indiana's bench outscored Orlando's 60-20.

The Pacers hit the road for 2 games, as they take on the Minnesota Timberwolves on January 8th, then on January 9th they visit the Oklahoma City Thunder.




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Game 35 - 1/8/10 - at Target Center

PACERS (23-12) 102, T-WOLVES 101

Indiana (102 points/54 rebounds/22 assists)

Hibbert 15/10/3

Granger 24/4/4

Watson 8/6/2

Head 4/1/4

Murphy 16/8/2

Fitzpatrick 16/11/2

D. Jones 6/2/0

Price 2/1/3

Rush 6/4/1

Dunleavy 5/7/1.

Minnesota (101 points/51 rebounds/23 assists)

Love 15/15/2

Brewer 8/3/7

Flynn 27/2/5

Wilkins 5/5/2

Jefferson 20/9/0

Gomes 10/4/0

Ellington 0/1/2

Sessions 10/0/2

Pavlovic 2/9/3

Jawai 4/3/0.

Roy Hibbert's tip in with no time left gave the Pacers the W in the Twin Cities. Hibbert was one of 4 Indiana players to score 15+ points in the game, led by Danny Granger with 24. Indy also won the rebounding war as Philip Fitzpatrick and Hibbert recorded double-doubles. For the Wolves, rookie guard Jonny Flynn led the team with 27 points while Al Jefferson had 20 points and 9 rebounds and Kevin Love had 15 points and 15 rebounds in a losing cause.

The Pacers now head on to Oklahoma City for a date with the Thunder, January 9th at the Ford Center.

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Game 36 - 1/9/10 - at Ford Center

Thunder 112, Pacers (23-13) 105

Indiana:

Hibbert 12-6-3

Granger 20-4-2

Watson 4-1-4

Head 13-2-2

Murphy 23-12-5

Fitzpatrick 10-6-2

D. Jones 8-1-4

Price 7-2-6

Rush 0-2-0

Dunleavy 8-5-1

totals: 105 points-41 rebounds-29 assists.

Oklahoma City:

Green 24-6-1

Sefolosha 9-4-0

Westbrook 17-2-15

Durant 39-12-3

Krstic 6-11-1

Ibaka 6-3-0

Weaver 7-2-2

Maynor 0-2-3

Harden 2-2-0

Collison 2-2-0

totals: 112 points-46 rebounds-25 assists.

Kevin Durant scored 16 of his game high 39 points, as he led the OKC Thunder to a 112-105 win over the Pacers. Troy Murphy led Indy with 23/12/5 while despite fouling out, Danny Granger had 20 points. Russell Westbrook added 17 points and 15 assists while Jeff Green poured in 24 for the victorious Thunder.

After seeing their 7-game winning streak snapped, the Pacers return to action on Monday, January 11th when they take on the Toronto Raptors at Conseco Fieldhouse.



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Game 37 - 1/11/10 - at Conseco Fieldhouse

RAPTORS 120, PACERS (23-14) 105

Toronto
Bargnani 17,8,2
Turkoglu 4,6,7
Jack 12,1,2
DeRozan 6,4,4
Bosh 34,16,2
Nesterovic 0,2,2
Weems 16,3,2
Calderon 12,5,9
Belinelli 10,0,1
Johnson 8,1,0
totals: 120 points, 46 rebounds, 31 assists

Indiana
Murphy 24,6,7
Head 5,3,4
Watson 8,1,4
Granger 29,9,4
Hibbert 4,6,0
Hansbrough 4,6,2
Rush 4,1,0
Price 14,0,1
Dunleavy 3,1,0
Fitzpatrick 10,6,0
totals: 105 points, 39 rebounds, 22 assists

The Raptors took advantage of their 57% field goal percentage and Chris Bosh's 34 point, 16 rebound performance as they beat the Pacers 120-105. Six Raptors were in double figures while Toronto out-rebounded and out-assisted Indiana. Danny Granger had 29/9/4 while Troy Murphy added 24/6/7 for the Pacers, who have lost 2 in a row.

On Wednesday, January 13th the Pacers welcome the Phoenix Suns to Conseco Fieldhouse.

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Game 38 - 1/13/10 - at Conseco Fieldhouse

Indiana (24-14) 108, Phoenix 103

Suns:

Stoudamire 22,10,1

Hill 4,4,3

Nash 32,7,9

Richardson 13,4,0

Frye 9,5,1

Amundson 2,0,1

Dudley 5,4,0

Dragic 6,0,1

Barbosa 4,1,1

Clark 6,3,1

totals: 103 points, 38 rebounds, 18 assists

Pacers:

Murphy 18,8,5

Head 13,7,3

Watson 11,1,8

Granger 26,8,4

Fitzpatrick 13,7,0

Hansbrough 4,3,0

Dunleavy 10,3,3

Price 9,1,2

D. Jones 2,2,2

Hibbert 2,6,0

S. Jones 0,0,0

totals: 108 points, 46 rebounds, 27 assists.

The Pacers came back from a 21-point deficit as they snapped their 2-game losing streak with a 108-103 win over the Suns.  Danny Granger led Indy with 26 points and 8 rebounds while Troy Murphy added 18 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists.  Six players were in double figures for Indiana, who also had great games from Luther Head (13 points, 7 rebounds), Philip Fitzpatrick (13 points, 7 rebounds) and Earl Watson (11 points, 8 assists).  Steve Nash flirted with a triple-double, ending with 32 points, 7 rebounds and 9 assists while Amar'e Stoudamire had 22 points and 10 rebounds for Phoenix.

The Pacers have an easy game upcoming as they take on the New Jersey Nets, Friday, January 15th at the Prudential Center in Newark.



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Game 39 - 1/15/10 - at the Prudential Center

PACERS (25-14) 106, NETS 90

The Pacers had no problem with a very bad New Jersey team (12-70!), as Danny Granger poured in 39 points while Troy Murphy recorded a double-double. Led by former Notre Dame standouts Murphy and Philip Fitzpatrick, Indiana out-rebounded the Nets 59-40. New Jersey had 6 players in double figures, led by Devin Harris with 17 points, 5 rebounds and 10 assists while Kris Humphries had 13 points and 9 rebounds and Brook Lopez chipped in 13 points.

INDIANA
Hibbert 10-7-2
Granger 39-8-4
Watson 4-7-7
Head 11-3-1
Murphy 21-12-4
Fitzpatrick 8-11-3
D. Jones 4-0-0
Price 2-3-1
Dunleavy 5-5-3
S. Jones 2-3-2.

NETS LEADERS:
points - Harris, 17
rebounds - Humphries, 9
assists - Harris, 10.

The Pacers return to action on Saturday, January 16th when they host the New Orleans Hornets at Conseco Fieldhouse.

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Game 40 - 1/16/10 - at Conseco Fieldhouse 

HORNETS 104, PACERS (25-15) 91

David West had 32 points, 10 rebounds and 5 assists while Chris Paul added 27 points and 14 assists and Emeka Okafor grabbed 12 rebounds as New Orleans downed Indiana.  The Hornets were in control throughout the game, and they out-rebounded the Pacers 45-39, and they had more assists, 26-20.  West was on fire shooting the ball, going 13-for-15 in field goals, and 6-for-6 from the line.  For the Blue and Gold, Troy Murphy had a team bast 26 points and 8 rebounds while Danny Granger added 21, even though he was 9-of-28 from the floor.

NEW ORLEANS

Okafor 2/12/2, Stojakovic 12/1/1, Paul 27/3/14, Thornton 14/4/1, West 32/10/5, Songaila 4/2/0, Posey 2/6/3, Collison 7/2/0, Peterson 2/4/0, Wright 2/1/0.

INDIANA

Murphy 26/8/3, Rush 13/4/3, Watson 2/1/5, Granger 21/6/2, Hibbert 9/4/2, Hansbrough 6/4/1, Dunleavy 4/3/1, Price 0/0/3, D. Jones 0/4/0, Fitzpatrick 10/5/0.

The Pacers will reach the half-way mark of the 09-10 season as they take on the Miami Heat on January 19th.



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GAME 41 - 1/19/10 - at American Airlines Arena

Pacers (26-15) 120, Heat 88

Danny Granger had 32 points and 8 rebounds while Troy Murphy put on a show with 27 points and 13 boards as Indiana dominated Miami on the road after a 28-28 first quarter. The Blue and Gold crushed the Heat 55-26 as four players grabbed at least 8 rebounds, and their bench also shined, as Indy's reserves outscored Miami's, 43-15. Dwyane Wade led Miami with game highs of 32 points and 13 assists, and Michael Beasley added 20 points and 7 rebounds, but this was a beat-down that was never expected.

Indiana

Hibbert 12-8-2, Granger 31-8-3, Watson 7-3-4, Rush 0-3-2, Murphy 27-13-3, Fitzpatrick 2-9-3, D. Jones 10-3-0, Price 9-4-3, Dunleavy 11-3-0, McRoberts 9-2-2, S. Jones 2-0-2.

Miami

Beasley 20-7-2, Wade 32-5-13, Chalmers 8-1-1, Richardson 0-3-1, O'Neal 13-3-1, Haslem 5-2-1, Cook 6-1-0, Arroyo 0-0-5, Wright 4-1-0, Anthony 0-1-1, J. Jones 0-2-1.

Up next: the Pacers visit the Eastern Conference champion Orlando Magic for the last time at Amway Arena on Wednesday, January 20th.

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GAME 42 - 1/20/10 - at Amway Arena

Magic 96, Pacers (26-16) 77

After a dominant win in Miami, the Pacers definitely look flat as Orlando beat down the Blue and Gold by 19. Dwight Howard had another dominant performance as he had 36 points, 12 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 blocks while Vince Carter scored 16 points, and Rashard Lewis had 10 points and 11 rebounds for the Magic. Orlando's defense gave Indy a beating, as the Pacers shot just 40% from the floor, and they held Danny Granger to only 18 points, but they could not stop Troy Murphy, as he had 22 points, a game high 14 rebounds and 3 assists. However, after scoring 120 at Miami, the Pacers were embarrassed tonight in Orlando, scoring 43 fewer points than the previous game.

Indiana
Hibbert 6-2-2, Granger 18-5-5, Watson 10-1-3, Rush 8-6-1, Murphy 22-14-3, Fitzpatrick 0-4-0, D. Jones 0-1-0, Price 6-3-3, Dunleavy 4-1-0, S. Jones 3-5-0.

Orlando leaders:

points - Howard, 36
rebounds - Howard, 12
assists - Nelson, 8

The Pacers will now look to regroup as they head to Detroit to take on the Pistons on January 22nd.

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Fitzpatrick was no help at all! Has a Fitzpatrick in any of your seasons ever not scored in a game?

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Nitrous Oxide wrote:

Fitzpatrick was no help at all! Has a Fitzpatrick in any of your seasons ever not scored in a game?


 this was possibly the 1st time Fitzpatrick was held scoreless.  He was 0-1 in field goals, and was 0-2 in free throws, but his saving grace was that he had 4 rebounds.



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