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2010-11 Indiana Pacers replay - Passion, pride, Pacers.
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After missing the playoffs the last 4 years, the Indiana Pacers made the playoffs, as new head coach Frank Vogel led the team to the postseason with a 20-18 record. All-Star Danny Granger once again scored more than 20 PPG while C Roy Hibbert would make himself known as one of the top young centers in the NBA. And Paul George would make the NBA All-Rookie team while Darren Collison put up impressive numbers in his second season. And despite losing Troy Murphy to free agency, the Pacers hope Philip Fitzpatrick can put up big rebounding numbers, like Murphy. Expect the Pacers to win 37-42 games this replay, and they might make the playoffs.

10/27/10 at AT&T Center: Indiana 94, San Antonio 92

Philip Fitzpatrick hit the game winning field goal with 12 seconds left, giving Indiana the upset win over the Spurs on the road. Fitzpatrick ended up with 18 points and 7 rebounds and went 8-for-11 from the field. Darren Collison had an impressive Pacer debut with 17 points while Danny Granger (as usual) led the team with 27 points. Jeff Foster only had 2 points in 18 minutes, but he grabbed a game high 11 rebounds, a big reason why Indiana outrebounded San Antonio 50-40. Manu Ginobili had 26 points, 4 rebounds and 6 assists while Tony Parker had 20 points, 4 rebounds and 7 assists for the Spurs.

PACERS LEADERS
points: Granger 27, Fitzpatrick 18, Collison 17
rebounds: Foster 11, Fitzpatrick/Hibbert 7, Rush 6
assists: Granger 6, Price 3, McRoberts/Foster 2

SPURS LEADERS
points: Ginobili 26, Parker 20, Duncan 11
rebounds: Duncan 7, Blair 6, 4 players with 4
assists: Parker 7, Ginobili 6, Duncan 3

10/29/10 at Time Warner Cable Arena: Indiana 93, Charlotte 83
Four different Pacers scored at least 15 points, led by Danny Granger with 24 points, as the Pacers improved to 2-0 with a 10-point win over the Bobcats. Perhaps the highlight of the game was in the rebound department, as Indy crushed Charlotte on the glass 55-33, with Philip Fitzpatrick hauling down 12 rebounds and Jeff Foster grabbing ten caroms and Roy Hibbert getting 8 and A.J. Price with 7. After holding the Spurs to just 44% shooting on October 27, the Pacers held the Cats to just 44% from the field as well, and they put the clamps on Stephen Jackson, holding him to only 10 points. Some of the highlights for Charlotte: A 20 point night for D.J. Augustin and a 12 point, 10 rebound game for Dante Cunningham with 5 steals.

PACERS LEADERS
points-Granger 24, Price 17, Hibbert 16, Fitzpatrick 15
rebounds-Fitzpatrick 12, Foster 10, Hibbert 8, Price 7
assists-Collison, Fitzpatrick 4, Hibbert 2, 5 players with 1

BOBCATS LEADERS
points-Augustin 20, Diaw 13, Cunningham 12
rebounds-Cunningham 10, Brown 7, Jackson 4
assists-Jackson/Augustin 6, Diaw 4, Cunningham 2.

The Pacers will open up their home schedule October 30th as they host the 76ers, then they take on the Sixers in a rematch on November 3rd in Philadelphia.



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Game #3 of 82

Conseco Fieldhouse

October 30th

Indiana 87, Philadelphia 80 (Pacers record is now 3-0)

The Pacers improved to 3-0 as they held the 76ers to only 80 points in an 87-80 victory, with Danny Granger scoring a season high 31 points. This was a poor shooting game for both teams, with Philly making just 38% of their shots and Indy successfully making only 40.4% of their field goals, and the Sixers were only 2-15 from beyond the arc while the Pacers were 4-14. There were a lot of rebounds in the ball game, as Philly outrebounded Indy 56-49, despite Philip Fitzpatrick grabbing twelve rebounds for the Pacers to go along with his 13 points. No Sixer scored more than 15 points, with Jodie Meeks being the high man with 15. Elton Brand, the Sixers top scorer, was just 1-for-9 for the night, he had 2 points and 8 rebounds and Jrue Holiday almost had a triple double with 12 points, 9 rebounds and 7 assists.

76ERS LEADERS

points-Meeks 15, Speights 13, Holiday 12

rebounds-Holiday 9, Hawes/Brand 8, Iguodala/Nocioni 7

assists-Holiday 7, Young 2, 4 players with 1.

PACERS LEADERS

points-Granger 31, Dunleavy 14, Fitzpatrick 13

rebounds-Fitzpatrick 12, Granger 9, George 7

assists-Collison 5, Fitzpatrick/Granger 4, George 2.



The Pacers look to make it 4-0 as they have a rematch with the 76ers in Philadelphia on November 3rd.

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Game #4 of 82

November 3rd

at Wells Fargo Center

PHILADELPHIA 88, INDIANA 87

Pacers record: 3-1

Elton Brand had 20 points while Jodie Meeks added 17 and Jrue Holiday chipped in with 16 as the Sixers came back to defeat the Pacers 88-87. Holiday was the star of the game as he registered 16 points, 5 rebounds and 12 assists in the contest. This was a nip-tuck game all the way, with Philly coming out on top thanks to their great defense. Danny Granger led Indy with 23 points, he also had 8 rebounds and 5 assists. The Pacers outrebounded the Sixers 48-40, thanks to 10 rebounds by Roy Hibbert, 9 by Josh McRoberts and 8 each by Granger and Jeff Foster. Philip Fitzpatrick had 8 points and 6 rebounds in a losing cause for Indiana, who will take on the Milwaukee Bucks November 5th at Conseco Fieldhouse

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Game 5 of 82



at Conseco Fieldhouse

November 5th

PACERS 101, BUCKS 85

Bucks (pts/rebs/asts):

Bogut 6/19/3

Delfino 18/4/2

Jennings 22/5/4

Salmons 5/4/4

Gooden 9/6/0

Sanders 0/2/0

Douglas-Roberts 6/1/0

Boykins 8/2/0

Maggette 4/1/0

Mbah a Moute 7/5/0

totals 85/49/13

Pacers:

Fitzpatrick 21/8/2

Dunleavy 16/9/0

Collison 6/4/12

Granger 28/10/3

Hibbert 2/6/2

McRoberts 2/4/1

George 11/5/0

Price 15/1/4

Rush 0/4/1

Foster 0/1/0

Game summary:

Danny Granger recorded a double-double while Philip Fitzpatrick had a career night in scoring as the Pacers improved to 4-1 with a convincing win over the Bucks. Darren Collison added 12 assists, and Mike Dunleavy almost had a double-double as Indiana led by as much as 30 points. For Milwaukee, Brandon Jennings was their top scorer with 22 while Andrew Bogut hauled down 19 rebounds, but he was 3-for-16 from the field.

Up next: the Pacers host the Denver Nuggets, November 9th at Conseco Fieldhouse

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Game 6 - at Conseco Fieldhouse - November 9th

NUGGETS 102, PACERS 89

Indiana's record is 4-2.

Nuggets (pts/rebs/asts)

Nene 7/3/2

Gallinari 31/11/4

Felton 18/7/13

Afflalo 19/1/2

Chandler 14/2/1

Harrington 4/3/0

Forbes 3/3/1

Lawson 2/0/1

Smith 0/2/1

Martin 4/0/2

totals 102/32/27

Pacers (pts/rebs/asts)

Fitzpatrick 6/11/5

Dunleavy 5/3/2

Collison 11/6/5

Granger 44/2/0

Hibbert 6/4/4

McRoberts 5/0/3

George 4/4/1

Price 1/0/1

Rush 2/4/0

Foster 0/1/2

S. Jones 5/6/2

totals 89/41/25

The Nuggets had impressive numbers from Danilo Gallinari, Raymond Felton and Arron Afflalo as they cruised past the Pacers 102-89. There was a huge shooting percentage discrepancy (DEN 55.1% vs. IND 45.1%) that was Denver's advantage but Indiana outrebounded the winners 41-32. Danny Granger was the highlight for Indy, scoring a season high 44 points while Philip Fitzpatrick hauled down 11 rebounds and dished out 5 assists despite scoring 6 points.

The Pacers will look to get back on the winning track November 11 when the Rockets come to Conseco Fieldhouse.

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Game 6 - at Conseco Fieldhouse - November 12th

PACERS 117, ROCKETS 97

Indiana's record is now 5-2.

Houston (pts/rebs/asts)

Hayes 8/8/1

Budinger 11/5/3

Lowry 13/5/5

Martin 33/3/0

Scola 4/7/6

Miller 5/2/5

Williams 11/3/1

Dragic 6/0/2

Lee 2/5/1

Hill 4/6/1

totals:97/44/25

Indiana

Fitzpatrick 16/10/2

Dunleavy 16/6/3

Collison 13/2/5

Granger 30/7/3

Hibbert 13/8/1

McRoberts 9/1/1

George 9/4/1

Price 5/2/7

Jones 2/1/0

Foster 4/8/1

totals: 117/49/24

Led by Danny Granger, who scored 30 points, the Pacers downed the Rockets by 20, as all 5 starters were in double figures, with Philip Fitzpatrick getting 16 points and 10 rebounds and Roy Hibbert having a 13 point/8 rebound game. Indiana outshot Houston 52.8% to 42.3%, as they made 11 of 18 from 3-point land while Houston was 8-14 from deep. Kevin Martin had a game-high 33 points in a losing cause for the Rockets.

The Pacers will be back in action on November 13th as they take on the Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland.

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Game 8 - November 13th - Quicken Loans Arena

PACERS 118, CAVALIERS 98

Danny Granger scored 33 points while Mike Dunleavy netted 20 more as the Pacers defeated the Cavaliers in Cleveland. Indiana shot 60% from the field and was 12-for-15 from beyond the arc as they dominated the Cavs all game long. While Josh McRoberts and Tyler Hansbrough were in foul trouble, Jeff Foster helped the Blue and Gold out with 13 points and 13 rebounds off the bench. And they got the most out of their point guards as Darren Collison had 14/3/8 and A.J. Price had 10/1/6. For Cleveland, who shot 42% from the floor and 5-for-14 from 3-point-land, Baron Davis and Antawn Jamison had 27 points apiece.

INDIANA PACERS (pts/rebs/asts)

McRoberts 4/1/0

Dunleavy 20/4/0

Collison 14/3/8

Granger 33/5/3

Hibbert 9/4/0

Hansbrough 0/6/0

George 5/2/1

Price 10/1/6

Rush 2/2/0

Fitzpatrick 8/2/1

Foster 13/13/1

totals 118/43/21.

CLEVELAND CAVALIERS (pts/rebs/asts)

Varejao 7/9/2

Eyenga 9/5/2

Davis 27/2/5

Parker 4/3/1

Jamison 27/3/1

Hickson 6/4/0

Gee 2/3/1

Sessions 8/2/0

Gibson 6/0/0

Harangody 2/3/1.

The 6-2 Pacers look to keep it going against the Atlanta Hawks, November 16th at 7pm at Conseco Fieldhouse.

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Game 9 - November 16th - at Conseco Fieldhouse

ATLANTA 116, INDIANA (6-3) 105

Joe Johnson (31 pts/8 rebs/ 8 asts) and Josh Smith (27 pts/10 rebs/6 asts) teamed up to help the Hawks dominate the Pacers, even though the game was not as close as the score showed. Atlanta led by as much as 27 points, but the Pacers chipped away at the deficit in the 4th quarter, but could not hang with the Hawks. Al Horford (15 pts/11 rebs/6 asts) and Kirk Hinrich (11 pts/5 rebs/4 asts) helped Atlanta as they outrebounded Indy 54-45 and outassisted the home team 29-19. For the Blue and Gold, Danny Granger led all scorers with a game high 35 points while Mike Dunleavy was a perfect 6-for-6 from the field, good for 15 points. Paul George added 13 points while Darren Collison and Tyler Hansbrough added 12 points. Hansbrough also had a double-double as he hauled down 10 rebounds.

ATLANTA HAWKS

Horford 15/11/6

Williams 2/8/0

Hinrich 11/5/4

Johnson 31/8/8

Smith 27/10/6

Pachulia 1/2/2

Wilkins 9/6/2

Teague 8/1/0

Crawford 8/1/1

Powell 0/2/0

totals: 114/54/29

INDIANA PACERS

McRoberts 0/4/2

Dunleavy 15/4/4

Collison 12/4/3

Granger 35/5/4

Hibbert 4/5/3

Hansbrough 12/10/0

George 13/3/0

Price 4/3/3

Rush 2/2/0

Fitzpatrick 6/5/0

totals 105/45/19.

On November 18th the Pacers will take on Blake Griffin and the Los Angeles Clippers at Conseco Fieldhouse.

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Game 10 - November 18th - at Conseco Fieldhouse

INDIANA PACERS (7-3) 109, L.A. CLIPPERS 86

Mike Dunleavy scored 28 points and went 5-for-5 from beyond the arc as the Pacers defeated the L.A. Clippers by 23. Danny Granger had 19 points, 10 rebounds and 5 assists for the winners while Tyler Hansbrough had 17 points and 6 rebounds off the bench. The difference in the ball game was three-point shooting as the Pacers were 10-of-17 from deep while L.A. was just 1-for-6. For the Clips, Blake Griffin had 22 points, 14 rebounds and 6 assists while Mo Williams had 13 points and 9 assists.

Clippers (pts/rebs/asts)

Kaman 8/7/0

Gomes 6/1/4

Williams 13/3/9

Gordon 12/3/2

Griffin 22/14/6

Jordan 6/6/0

Moon 6/4/0

Bledsoe 2/3/3

Foye 0/0/1

Smith 10/4/1

totals 86/45/26.

Pacers (pts/rebs/asts)

McRoberts 3/8/3

Dunleavy 28/2/1

Collison 8/1/7

Granger 19/10/5

Hibbert 8/7/0

Hansbrough 17/6/0

George 9/5/0

Price 7/2/2

Rush 0/2/1

Fitzpatrick 8/4/1

totals 109/47/20.

Up next: the Pacers welcome Dwight Howard and the Orlando Magic to the Fieldhouse on November 20th.

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Game 11 - November 20th - at Conseco Fieldhouse

ORLANDO MAGIC 96, INDIANA PACERS (7-4) 87

The Orlando Magic held the Pacers to just 36% shooting as Dwight Howard had a monster performance with 29 points and 18 rebounds to lead Orlando. Brandon Bass also helped out with 16 points and 7 boards while a trio of Magic players (Jameer Nelson, Jason Richardson and J.J. Redick) had 10 points apiece. The Magic overcame a 20-14 1st period deficit by scoring at least 26 points in each of the last 3 periods. For the Blue and Gold, Danny Granger led the way with 24, Darren Collison had 16 and Paul George added 14. Josh McRoberts led the Pacers with 10 rebounds, but thanks to Howard, Orlando outrebounded Indy 48-46.

Orlando (pts/rebs/asts)

Howard 29,18,0

Turkoglu 5,3,3

Nelson 10,2,5

J Richardson 10,3,2

Bass 16,7,0

Allen 0,0,1

Q Richardson 5,6,3

Duhon 2,5,1

Redick 10,1,0

Anderson 9,3,0

totals 96,48,15

Indiana

McRoberts 8,10,3

Dunleavy 8,2,1

Collison 16,3,3

Granger 24,6,3

Hibbert 2,6,1 (1-10 FG)

Hansbrough 4,6,0

George 14,3,0

Price 5,3,3

Rush 2,2,0

Fitzpatrick 4,5,1

Foster 0,0,0

totals 87,46,15

After a pathetic shooting performance against Dwight Howard and the Magic, the Pacers face another daunting task against the Miami Heat, November 22nd at AmericanAirlines Arena

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Game 12-at American Airlines Arena-11/22/10

HEAT 109, PACERS 101 (7-5)

Hibbert 11/11/4

Granger 14/5/2

Collison 20/5/1

Rush 1/1/1

McRoberts 7/6/2

Fitzpatrick 12/7/1

Posey 0/2/2

Ford 6/3/2

Dunleavy 8/2/2

Hansbrough 22/7/0

Indiana's bench outscored Miami's 48-22.



Heat notables:

James 27/4/4 with 4 steals

Bosh 25/11/0

Wade 24/6/8.



Up next: Cleveland Cavaliers at Pacers, November 23rd, Conseco FIeldhouse.


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Game 13 - November 23rd - at Conseco Fieldhouse

CLEVELAND CAVALIERS 114, INDIANA PACERS (7-6) 87

McRoberts 4/6/1

Dunleavy 13/4/1

Collison 12/3/5

Granger 16/5/1

Hibbert 12/6/2

Hansbrough 12/5/1

Rush 4/2/1

Ford 6/2/1

Posey 6/0/0

Fitzpatrick 2/5/0.

Cavaliers notables:

Jamison 30/5/1

Davis 25/4/6

Sessions 18/4/3

Hickson 12/8/0

Graham 12/4/1.

The Pacers, who have now lost 3 straight games, will host Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder on November 26th.

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Game 14 - November 26th - at Conseco Fieldhouse

INDIANA PACERS (8-6) 91, OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER 81

McRoberts 5/5/3

Dunleavy 10/2/2

Collison 11/3/8

Granger 15/1/1

Hibbert 14/7/0

Foster 2/5/1

Rush 5/1/0

Posey 13/3/0

Fitzpatrick 9/3/0.

Thunder notables:

Durant 22/8/3

Westbrook 18/6/5

Harden 13/3/1

Perkins 6/8/1.

The Pacers hit the road for a 4-game Western road swing, beginning with a game at Staples Center against the Los Angeles Lakers on November 28th.

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Game 15 - November 28th - at Staples Center

Pacers (9-6) 94, Lakers 91



Hibbert 7/12/4

Granger 24/7/6

Collison 24/2/3

Rush 6/7/0

McRoberts 6/6/1

Fitzpatrick 8/5/1

Posey 0/1/0

Ford 5/1/5

Dunleavy 5/4/0

Hansbrough 7/1/1



Lakers notables:

Bryant 37/8/4

Brown 13/0/0

Odom 11/4/2

Barnes 11/5/0

Gasol 9/7/2 (4-for-19 field goals).



Game 16 - November 30th - at Power Balance Pavilion

Pacers (10-6) 113, Kings 101

Hibbert 12/7/1

Granger 26/8/3

Collison 22/4/0

Dunleavy 9/4/0

McRoberts 2/6/2

Fitzpatrick 16/7/2

Posey 2/1/0

Ford 2/0/2

Rush 0/1/1

Hansbrough 22/8/1.

Pacers out-rebounded Sacramento 46-31.



Kings notables:

Cousins 22/5/1

Evans 19/4/7

Thornton 14/4/4

Head 14/1/3

Greene 11/1/0.



After taking the first two games of theri 4-game west coast road trip, the Pacers, who have won 3 in a row, will now face the Utah Jazz December 1st at Energy Solutions Arena in Salt Lake City.

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Game 17 - December 1st - at Energy Solutions Arena

Jazz 99, Pacers (10-7) 89

Hibbert 13/11/0
Granger 20/5/2
Collison 13/4/5
Dunleavy 2/6/4
McRoberts 4/4/3
Fitzpatrick 5/12/1 (2-8 fg, 1-4 ft)
Posey 0/4/0
Ford 6/2/1
Rush 1/2/1
Hansbrough 25/11/0 (9 offensive rebounds)

Pacers out-rebounded the Jazz 61-40, but shot just 35.5% from the floor.

Jazz notables:
Miles 26/2/0
Millsap 21/7/3
Jefferson 14/10/0
Harris 13/2/8
Kirilenko 8/10/2.

The Pacers, who saw their 3-game winning streak snapped tonight, will regroup and face the Phoenix Suns December 3rd at U.S. Airways Center.

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