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Game 7 - 11/13/12 - Bankers Life Fieldhouse

TORONTO RAPTORS 100, INDIANA PACERS (2-6) 90

West 21-10-2
Stephenson 4-5-2
Hill 13-4-12
George 24-9-4
Hibbert 4-8-3 (2-10 FG)
Hansbrough 7-7-1
Young 8-2-1
Augustin 0-0-1
Green 0-2-0
Fitzpatrick 6-4-0
Pendergraph 3-0-0

Raptors Leaders:
Points - DeRozan, 32
Rebounds - Lowry, 14
Assists - Gay, 6

Key stat: the Raptors out-rebounded Indiana 52-51 as point guard Kyle Lowry grabbed a career high 14 rebounds, and small forward Rudy Gay hauled down 10 boards.

The Pacers are struggling as they are 2-6 after eight games. They will take on the Milwaukee Bucks for their next game, November 14th at BMO Harris Bradley Center.

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Game 9 - 11/14/12 - BMO Harris Bradley Center
MILWAUKEE BUCKS 107, INDIANA PACERS (2-7) 102

Hibbert 17-10-5
George 26-11-6
Hill 7-1-4
Stephenson 0-5-3
West 18-6-3
Fitzpatrick 6-5-1 (3-12 FG)
Green 8-2-0
Augustin 6-0-2
Young 2-4-1
Hansbrough 12-7-0

Bucks Notables:
Jennings 26-4-6
Ellis 22-8-6
Ilyasova 19-10-3
Henson 10-5-0
Redick 10-0-2
Sanders 5-10-2

The Pacers blew a 10-point halftime lead as Brandon Jennings tallied 26 points, giving Indiana their 7th loss in 9 games. In a losing effort, Roy Hibbert and Paul George each had double-doubles.

The Pacers now have a miserable 2-7 record as they return to Bankers Life Fieldhouse for their next game, November 16th against the Dallas Mavericks.

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Game 10 - 11/16/12 - Bankers Life Fieldhouse
DALLAS MAVERICKS 110, INDIANA PACERS (2-8) 95

West 16-9-3
Stephenson 13-7-6
Hill 14-3-3
George 21-2-7
Hibbert 6-7-3
Hansbrough 9-4-1
Young 0-0-1
Augustin 4-0-2
Green 2-4-0
Fitzpatrick 10-3-0.

Mavericks Leaders:
Points - Nowitzki, 24
Rebounds - Kaman, 11
Assists - Marion, 6.

Despite having 5 players with double-doubles, the Pacers lost their 8th game in their first ten games as the Mavericks scored 37 points in the 1st period en route to a 110-95 Dallas win. The Mavs out-rebounded Indy 52-39.

The Pacers' next game is November 18th when they take on the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.

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Game 11 - 11/18/12 - Madison Square Garden

INDIANA PACERS (3-8) 89, NEW YORK KNICKS 83

David West had 24 points and 16 rebounds while Paul George almost had a triple-double as the Pacers got on the winning track with a win over New York. The telling stat of the game was that Indy out-rebounded NY 61-34, as West led the way in rebounding, with Paul George, Lance Stephenson and George Hill each hauling down 8 boards, and Philip Fitzpatrick grabbing 7. Another key factor was that Carmelo Anthony, the Knicks' leading scorer, was held to just 5 points, as he was mired in foul trouble throughout the game, and he fouled out. So NY depended on Raymond Felton to lead the offense, and he was 6-for-21 from the floor, including 2-for-17 from two-point range. New York made just 37% of their field goals, but they made 11 of their 18 shots from long distance. J.R. Smith led all scorers with a game high 25 points, but Indiana's starters outscored the Knicks' starting 5 by a count of 70-34.

INDIANA

Hibbert 13-2-2, George 19-8-7, Hill 8-8-5, Stephenson 6-8-2, West 24-16-2, Fitzpatrick 9-7-0, Green 3-3-0, Augustin 0-2-1, Young 0-3-1, Hansbrough 7-3-0, Pendergraph 0-1-0

FG: 38-84, 3PT: 4-9, FT: 9-17, REBOUNDS: 61, ASSISTS: 20, FOULS: 13, STEALS: 5, TURNOVERS: 14.

NEW YORK

Anthony 5-1-1, Kidd 6-1-3, Felton 17-2-8, Shumpert 2-4-0, Chandler 4-8-1, Novak 9-5-0, Smith 25-2-3, Prigioni 3-0-4, White 8-7-0, Martin 4-4-0

FG: 33-90, 3PT: 11-18, FT: 6-7, REBOUNDS: 34, ASSISTS: 19, FOULS: 16, STEALS: 9, TURNOVERS: 5.

After a big win in New York, the Pacers get back to work on November 19th when they take on the Washington Wizards at the Verizon Center.

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Game 12 - 11/19/12 - Verizon Center

WASHINGTON WIZARDS 105, INDIANA PACERS (3-9) 103

John Wall had 37 points and 8 assists as he helped the Wizards win their 1st game of the season against a struggling Pacers squad. Indiana came back from an 11-point deficit, with Paul George nearly getting a triple-double and David West getting a double-double, but it was too late as the Wiz gave the Blue and Gold their most embarrassing loss of the year, a loss to a formerly winless team. Despite the loss, the Pacers dominated the rebounding battle by a count of 52-34.

INDIANA
46-88 FG, 3-9 3PT, 8-11 FT, 52 REBOUNDS, 24 ASSISTS, 22 FOULS, 5 STEALS, 20 TURNOVERS

Hibbert 10-9-1, George 27-11-8, Hill 8-1-2, Stephenson 2-4-4, West 28-11-3, Fitzpatrick 6-5-3, Green 2-0-0, Augustin 7-2-1, Young 3-0-1, Hansbrough 4-3-0, Pendergraph 0-3-0, Johnson 6-3-1.

WASHINGTON
39-93 FG, 5-12 3PT, 18-22 FT, 34 REBOUNDS, 22 ASSISTS, 14 FOULS, 11 STEALS, 8 TURNOVERS

Vesely 2-4-3, Beal 19-3-0, Wall 37-2-8, Ariza 5-3-1, Okafor 2-6-1, Booker 14-6-0, Temple 5-0-2, Price 4-0-6, Webster 7-9-0, Seraphin 10-1-1.

The Pacers are digging a hole even deeper as the losses continue to mount. Their next game is Wednesday, November 21st at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, when they host the New Orleans Hornets.

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Game 13 - 11/21/12 - Bankers Life Fieldhouse
INDIANA PACERS (4-9) 113, NEW ORLEANS HORNETS 86

The Pacers got on the winning side as they swatted the Hornets by 27, with David West (23/9/4) and Paul George (22/6/6) leading the way. Six players were in double figures while seven players had at least 6 rebounds, led by Roy Hibbert's 14 boards, a good reason why Indy out-rebounded New Orleans 63-44. George Hill (14/6/5) and Tyler Hansbrough (13/7/0) also did well for the Blue and Gold while their defense held the Hornets to just 37% field goal shooting. Eric Gordon led New Orleans with 21 while Grievis Vazquez had 13 points and 10 assists.

NEW ORLEANS
33-89 FG, 5-11 3PT, 15-21 FT, 44 REBOUNDS, 20 ASSISTS, 9 FOULS, 6 STEALS, 13 TURNOVERS

Lopez 4/5/0, Aminu 0/5/1, Vazquez 13/4/10, Gordon 21/3/3, Davis 13/9/0, Smith 9/7/1, Mason 6/3/0, Roberts 2/1/4, Rivers 0/3/0, Anderson 18/4/1.

INDIANA
50-104 FG, 5-13 3PT, 8-9 FT, 63 REBOUNDS, 24 ASSISTS, 14 FOULS, 6 STEALS, 9 TURNOVERS

West 23/9/4, Stephenson 10/8/3, Hill 14/6/5, George 22/6/6, Hibbert 6/14/2, Hansbrough 13/7/0, Young 6/3/1, Augustin 2/1/2, Green 7/3/0, Fitzpatrick 10/6/1.

The Pacers look to start a winning streak as they host the San Antonio Spurs, Friday, November 23rd at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

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Game 14 - 11/23/12 - Bankers Life Fieldhouse
SAN ANTONIO SPURS 102, INDIANA PACERS (4-10) 100

Tony Parker had a game high 31 points, as six San Antonio players were in double figures as the Spurs edged the Pacers 102-100. Manu Ginobili had 15 off the bench while Tim Duncan added 12/8/4. David West led Indiana with 29 points while Paul George had a double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds, and George Hill added 12 points and a game high 9 assists. Indy out-rebounded San Antonio 45-35, as George had 10 boards while Tyler Hansbrough hauled down 8 and West grabbed 7 caroms. But it was 17 total turnovers and 8-for-13 shooting from the foul line that did in the Blue and Gold.

SAN ANTONIO
Duncan 12/8/4, Leonard 10/2/3, Parker 31/5/5, Green 6/4/5, Blair 0/6/1, Splitter 1/3/1, Jackson 10/1/0, Neal 7/2/1, Ginobili 15/1/1, Bonner 10/3/1.

INDIANA
West 29/7/0, Stephenson 8/4/6, Hill 12/1/9, George 16/10/3, Hibbert 6/4/1, Hansbrough 6/8/0, Young 7/3/1, Augustin 4/1/0, Green 10/2/0, Fitzpatrick 2/2/0, Mahinmi 0/2/0.

The Pacers, losers of 10 of their last 14 games, now begin a 4-game road trip, starting with a contest with the L.A. Lakers, November 27th at Staples Center.

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Game 15 - 11/27/12 - Staples Center

Lakers 108, Pacers (4-11) 100

The Pacers downward spiral continued as Kobe Bryant scored a game high 31 points while Pau Gasol added 20 points and 9 rebounds and Dwight Howard had 17 points and 14 rebounds as the L.A. Lakers defeated Indiana 108-100.

It was a close game for most of the contest until Bryant drained 2 deadly 3-pointers to help L.A. pull away. Three-pointers were a key reason why the Blue and Gold lost, as they were 1-for-13 from beyond the arc while Los Angeles was 11-for-17.

Paul George had 27/11/5 while Tyler Hansbrough added 18, David West tallied 16 and Roy Hibbert chipped in 15 points and 8 rebounds for Indiana. The Pacers out-rebounded L.A. 56-49 in a losing cause, with 6 players grabbing at least 6 rebounds.

Indiana

Hibbert 15-8-1 George 27-11-5 G. Hill 10-7-8 Stephenson 2-6-5 West 16-6-2 Fitzpatrick 2-7-1 Green 8-1-0 Augustin 0-3-2 Young 2-3-2 Hansbrough 18-4-0.

Los Angeles

Howard 17-14-0 World Peace 8-6-2 Morris 3-3-5 Bryant 31-4-7 Gasol 20-9-2 J. Hill 2-0-1 Clark 2-4-1 Duhon 5-4-4 Meeks 2-1-1 Jamison 18-4-2.

The Pacers will look to get a winning streak happening as they take on the Sacramento Kings, November 30th at Power Balance Pavilion.

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Game 16 - November 30th - Sleep Train Arena

PACERS (5-11) 107, KINGS 81

Paul George had 32/12/5 while George Hill had 28/8/2, David West was 2 assists shy of a triple-double and Roy Hibbert had 16/8/4 as the Pacers got their revenge for the Kings' November 3rd win. Indiana crushed Sacramento 60-35 in rebounding, and held the Kings to just 38.3% field goal shooting. The Pacers starters outscored Sacramento's 5 98-61. Tyreke Evans and Isaiah Thomas had 16 points each for the Purple and Black while Jason Thompson had 14/8 and DeMarcus Cousins had a double-double.

INDIANA

Hibbert 16/8/4 George 32/12/5 Hill 28/8/2 Stephenson 6/6/1 West 16/10/8 Fitzpatrick 3/5/2 Green 2/0/0 Augustin 0/1/0 Young 2/2/0 Hansbrough 2/8/1.

SACRAMENTO

Thompson 14/8/0 Evans 16/2/5 Thomas 16/1/1 Salmons 3/5/1 Cousins 12/10/2 Patterson 7/1/1 Thornton 7/3/1 Fredette 4/0/4 Johnson 0/2/2 Hayes 2/3/2.

Now that they won in Sacramento, the Pacers look to make it a winning streak as they take on the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena on December 1st.

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Game 17 - 12/1/12 - Oracle Arena

INDIANA (6-11) 99, GOLDEN STATE 83

Paul George scored 22 points and was a rebound shy of a double-double while George Hill and Roy Hibbert each had a double-double as the Pacers made it 2 in a row, defeating the Warriors. Six players were in double figures for the Blue and Gold, which included Tyler Hansbrough, who was a perfect 6-for-6 from the floor. Indiana also did their job in rebounding, out-boarding the Dubs 47-32. David Lee led Golden State with 33 points and 7 rebounds while "the Splash Brothers," Stephen Curry (0-6 3-pointers) and Klay Thompson (1-3 3-pointers) were kept in check. Curry, however, had a double-double with 16 points and 10 assists.

INDIANA

Hibbert 14/11/4

George 22/9/4

Hill 18/10/3

Stephenson 11/3/5

West 12/6/4

Fitzpatrick 4/3/1

G. Green 2/1/0

Augustin 0/0/1

Young 2/3/2

Hansbrough 14/1/0

Totals: 99 Points, 47 Rebounds, 24 Assists.

GOLDEN STATE

Lee 33/7/5

Thompson 9/6/2

Curry 16/1/10

Barnes 6/5/1

Ezeli 2/2/2

Landry 2/0/0

Jefferson 3/1/1

Jack 8/1/1

D. Green 4/4/1

Biedrins 0/5/3

Totals: 83 Points, 32 Rebounds, 26 Assists.

The Pacers can make this a winning road trip if they can beat the Chicago Bulls, December 4th at the United Center.



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18 - December 4th - United Center

CHICAGO 82, INDIANA (6-12) 75

Despite shooting just 37% from the field, the Bulls snapped the Pacers' 2-game winning streak as 5'9" reserve guard Nate Robinson had 23 points while Carlos Boozer had 19 points and 15 rebounds.  It was a real defensive struggle where both teams did not score more than 23 points in a quarter.  Chicago dominated  long distance shooting, as they were 9-of-15 from deep, with Robinson going 4-for-4, and the Blue & Gold missing all 7 treys. In a game where the Pacers were held to just 75 points, Paul George did not care. He racked up a game high 31 points tonight! The only other Pacer in double figures was George Hill, who had 10 points and 7 assists.  Indiana also shot poorly, making 41% of their field goals.  Rebounds were even at 46, as Boozer grabbed 15 and Luol Deng had 11 for Chicago while Roy Hibbert, despite a 1-for-9 day shooting, had 12 big rebounds, and Lance Stephenson had 9 boards. Turnovers killed the Pacers as well, as they forked the ball over 18 times compared to Chicago's 16, so it was a sloppy game, indeed.

INDIANA

Hibbert 2,12,2 George 31,4,5 Hill 10,3,7 Stephenson 6,9,4 West 8,4,4 Fitzpatrick 5,3,1 Green 4,2,0 Augustin 0,0,1 Young 2,3,1 Hansbrough 7,6,2.

CHICAGO

Boozer 19,15,2 Belinelli 10,2,2 Hinrich 8,4,5 Deng 7,11,2 Noah 2,8,1 Gibson 8,1,0 Teague 2,1,4 Robinson 23,2,1 Butler 3,0,2 Mohammed 2,2,0.

After a 2-2 road trip, the Pacers return to Bankers Life Fieldhouse to take on the Portland Trail Blazers, December 5th.



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19 - Dec. 5th - Bankers Life Fieldhouse

INDIANA (7-12) 105, PORTLAND 84

The Pacers got back on the winning track as Paul George had 36 points and 9 rebounds while George Hill added 15 points and 10 assists and Roy Hibbert tallied 16 points and 7 rebounds as Indiana blew out Portland. For the third consecutive game, the Indiana defense held their opponents to under 90 points, even though all 5 Blazer starters were in double figures. For Portland, Damian Lillard had 20 points and 8 rebounds, J.J. Hickson added 16 points and 10 rebounds, Nicolas Batum added 18 points while LaMarcus Aldridge had 13/8/8.

TRAIL BLAZERS

Hickson 16,10,3
Batum 18,4,6
Lillard 20,8,4
Matthews 11,2,2
Aldridge 13,8,8
Leonard 0,3,0
Babbitt 4,1,0
Meyers 2,0,0
Barton 0,2,1
Freeland 0,1,0

PACERS

West 14,6,3
Stephenson 10,4,4
Hill 15,4,10
George 36,9,4
Hibert 16,7,3
Hansbrough 10,6,3
Young 0,1,0
Augustin 0,1,0
Green 0,2,0
Fitzpatrick 4,5,0.

On Friday, Dec. 7th, the Pacers play their 2nd of 3 games against Northwest Division teams as the Denver Nuggets come to Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

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20 - Dec. 7th - Bankers Life Fieldhouse

DENVER 100, INDIANA (7-13) 89

Ty Lawson scored 21 of his game high 34 points as the Nuggets came back to defeat the Pacers, 100-89. Danilo Gallinari added 20 points while Kenneth Faried had 12 points and 12 rebounds. The Nuggets were on target making their 3-pointers, connecting on 10 of 14 triples, and they punished the Blue & Gold on the glass, 50-43. Indy was a shade under 50% in field goals, but they were 6 for 16 from long distance. Paul George had 16 points and a career high 14 rebounds, David West had a team high 19 points, George Hill had 17/5/5 and Roy Hibbert had 13 points and 8 boards in a losing cause. There were plenty of turnovers in the contest, with the Pacers turning the ball over 17 times while Denver had 14 turnovers, and both teams did well stealing the ball, with George having 6 steals, Andre Iguodala with 5 and Lawson getting 4 thefts.

NUGGETS
Koufos 2,10,3
Gallinari 20,2,4
Lawson 34,2,9
Iguodala 8,5,4
Faried 12,12,2
McGee 4,7,1
Brewer 7,2,3
Miller 2,2,3
Hamilton 0,5,0
Chandler 11,3,1

PACERS
West 19,3,2
Stephenson 5,2,5
Hill 17,5,5
George 16,14,3
Hibbert 13,8,2
Hansbrough 6,4,0
Young 4,4,1
Augustin 0,0,2
Green 5,1,0
Fitzpatrick 4,2,0.

The Pacers (7-13, 3 games worse than real life) hit the road as they take on the Thunder, Sunday, Dec. 9th at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City.

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Game 21 - Dec. 9th - Chesapeake Energy Arena

THUNDER 109, PACERS (7-14) 81

Well, this game was rock bottom...
Kevin Durant tallied 29 points while Russell Westbrook had 26 points and 12 assists as Oklahoma City handed Indiana their worst defeat of the 2012-13 season, by far. Kevin Martin added 18 while Thabo Sefolosha chipped in 17 as the Thunder coasted all game long, with a 30-point lead at one point. This one was a clunker from the opening tip, with the difference being three-pointers, as OKC was 10-for-19, and the Blue & Gold was just 2-for-9 from deep. The only consolation in the contest are Paul George's 27 points, 5 rebounds and 7 assists, David West with 18 and Philip Fitzpatrick with a game high 10 rebounds. Indy out-rebounded the Thunder 38-36, by the way.

INDIANA

Hibbert 7-3-0
George 27-5-7
Hill 7-1-3
Stephenson 0-4-4
West 18-5-3
Fitzpatrick 6-10-2
Green 0-0-0
Augustin 2-4-3
Young 6-2-1
Hansbrough 8-4-0
Totals 81 Points-38 Rebounds-23 Assists.

OKLAHOMA CITY

Ibaka 6-9-1
Sefolosha 17-4-1
Westbrook 26-3-12
Durant 29-5-3
Perkins 6-3-0
Collison 4-2-1
Martin 18-3-0
Fisher 0-0-2
Brewer 3-6-1
Thabeet 0-1-3
Totals 109 Points-36 Rebounds-24 Assists.

After this disgusting defeat in OKC, the Pacers can now feast on inferior competition:

Dec. 12th vs. Cleveland
Dec. 14th vs. Philadelphia
Dec. 15th at Detroit
Dec. 18th at Milwaukee
Dec. 19th vs. Utah
Dec. 21st at Cleveland
Dec. 22nd at New Orleans
Dec. 28th vs. Phoenix

It's time to turn things around, this 7-14 record is not what the fans want! Let's see if I hope I can get a winning streak going!

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Game 22 - 12/12/12 - Bankers Life Fieldhouse

PACERS (8-14) 119, CAVALIERS 79

After a blowout loss in Oklahoma City, the Pacers began a string of 8 straight games against bad-to-mediocre teams with a 40-point beat-down over Cleveland. Paul George led the onslaught with 26 points, 11 rebounds and 6 assists, while David West added 20 points and 7 rebounds, George Hill poured in 17 points and 9 assists, and Lance Stephenson chipped in 16. In all, six Indiana players were in double figures, and they shot a red-hot 58% in field goals. It was all Blue & Gold in this game, as they turned a close 1-point lead into a 40-point blowout. As for the Cavs, they were an atrocious 33.6% from the floor, but they had some highlights, with Kyrie Irving getting 23/6/5, Anderson Varejao with 16 points and 15 rebounds, and Tristan Thompson added 11 rebounds, a big reason why Cleveland out-rebounded Indy 52-45.

Indiana Pacers:
West 20/7/3, Stephenson 16/2/5, Hill 17/3/9, George 26/11/6, Hibbert 6/5/3, Hansbrough 12/6/1, Young 10/5/1, Augustin 2/0/0, Green 2/1/1, Fitzpatrick 8/5/0.

Cleveland Cavaliers Leaders:
Points - Irving, 23
Rebounds - Varejao, 15
Assists - Irving, 5.

After blowing out one of the worst teams in the NBA, the Pacers look to start a winning streak as the Philadelphia 76ers come to Bankers Life Fieldhouse on December 14th.

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