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I'm a diehard Indiana Pacers fan, and I am starting the 2014-15 Pacers replay using Strat-o-Matic Basketball. The 14-15 Pacers were 38-44, 4th in the Central Division, and they missed the playoffs as they lost their star player Paul George due to injury, and another player, Lance Stephenson, signed with the Charlotte Hornets.  The Blue & Gold still have some key players from their 2012-13 and 2013-14 teams that reached the conference finals, but without George and Stephenson, the Pacers will struggle.  Indiana does not have a single player with a rest rating of 6, but they do have 3 players in the basic game with a 2-shooting rating: Rodney Stuckey, C.J. Miles and George Hill.  Indiana, though, has a great defense with 1 player having a great defense card (no stat on the shot-good column), 2 players with a 16-17 defense rating and 2 players with a 16-19 rating. 

The Pacers toughest competition in the Central will come from Cleveland, who has LeBron James back along with free agent Kevin Love joining Kyrie Irving, and Chicago, who has reigning Defensive Player of the Year Joakim Noah, former league MVP Derrick Rose and newly-signed free agent Pau Gasol.  Also expect Detroit and Milwaukee to have improved teams as well.

In all, this could be a challenging season, but the goal is to make the playoffs.  The season starts October 29th when the Philadelphia 76ers come to Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Enjoy the replay!



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Game 1 - 10/28/14 - Bankers Life Fieldhouse

PACERS (1-0) 106, 76ers 94

George Hill and Rodney Stuckey had 25 points each while Luis Scola and Roy Hibbert contributed with 13-point games as the Indiana Pacers defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 106-94.  Indiana scored the first 11 points of the game and never looked back. Stuckey had an outstanding day beyond the arc as he was 5-for-7 from deep.  For Philly, Tony Wroten had 24 points and 6 assists, Luc Mbah a Moute added 15 and Nerlens Noel had a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds.  The Sixers outrebounded Indy 44-38, but 21 turnovers did them in.

76ers

Noel 12,10,1 Mbah a Moute 15,6,2 Wroten 24,4,6 Thompson 12,2,0 Covington 8,5,2 Sims 4,4,1 Sampson 9,4,0 Smith 4,2,1 Canaan 4,1,3 Robinson 2,6,1

Pacers

Scola 13,4,5 Miles 12,3,3 G. Hill 25,2,3 S. Hill 3,4,2 Hibbert 13,5,0 Allen 4,7,1 Stuckey 25,3,3 Sloan 4,1,5 Rudez 5,2,0 Fitzpatrick 2,7,4

Philip Fitzpatrick was 1-for-10 shooting tonight.

The Pacers next game will be on October 31st, when they host the Memphis Grizzlies at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.



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Game 2 - 10/31/14 - Bankers Life Fieldhouse

PACERS (2-0) 118, GRIZZLIES 114

Three Indiana players-George Hill (29), C.J. Miles (22) and Rodney Stuckey (20)-scored at least 20 points as the Pacers came back to defeat Memphis 118-114.  The Grizz led 93 to 84 after 3 quarters, but a 34-21 4th put the Blue & Gold in the winners' circle.  Indy was 13-for-15 from three point range, with Miles and Chris Copeland going a perfect 4-for-4 from deep.  Copeland had 12 points and 5 rebounds while Luis Scola had 11 points and 6 boards.  Solomon Hill led Indiana with 7 rebounds and 8 assists.  The Grizzlies were led by Mike Conley with 29 points, while Marc Gasol was 1 rebound and 2 assists shy of a triple-double and Jeff Green added 18 points, and Zach Randolph had a double-double.  Memphis also made 13 treys, but they attempted 28 shots from distance.

Grizzlies

Gasol 20,9,8 Lee 14,4,1 Conley 29,4,3 T. Allen 4,3,4 Randolph 13,11,2 Koufos 0,1,1 Green 18,3,0 Udrih 0,0,2 Carter 8,3,0 Leuer 8,2,0 Adams 0,0,0

Pacers

Scola 11,6,2 Miles 22,3,2 G. Hill 29,4,6 S. Hill 5,7,8 Hibbert 6,5,2 L. Allen 2,1,2 Stuckey 20,2,1 Sloan 4,2,2 Copeland 12,5,0 Fitzpatrick 7,3,3.

The Pacers hit the road for the first time as they take on the Atlanta Hawks, November 1st at Philips Arena.



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Game 3 - Nov. 1st - Philips Arena

HAWKS 115, PACERS (2-1) 110

Paul Millsap had 27 points while Jeff Teague had 25 points and 9 assists as the Hawks handed the Pacers their 1st loss of the season.  Atlanta also got a strong contribution from DeMarre Carroll, who had 12 points and 10 rebounds.  Two Pacers had double-doubles: Roy Hibbert with 12 points and 10 rebounds, and Luis Scola with 17 points and 11 rebounds.  But the bench was the big story tonight as Rodney Stuckey scored a game high 28 points, and Philip Fitzpatrick added 13 points and 7 rebounds.  C.J. Miles chipped in 19 points for the Blue & Gold in a losing cause. The Pacers allowed 52% of the Hawks' shots, but out-rebounded Atlanta 50-41.

Indiana Pacers

Hibbert 12,10,4 S. Hill 4,2,4 Sloan 5,1,5 Miles 19,5,3 Scola 17,11,3 Fitzpatrick 13,7,2 Copeland 6,2,1 Stuckey 28,5,1 Rudez 2,1,0 Allen 4,6,4

Atlanta Hawks

Millsap 27,6,2 Korver 12,5,3 Teague 25,5,9 Carroll 12,10,3 Horford 8,7,6 Scott 10,1,0 Bazemore 8,1,3 Mack 7,2,2 Sefolosha 2,3,1 Antic 4,1,0.

The Pacers' next game is November 4th, when they play the Milwaukee Bucks at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.



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Game 4 - Nov. 4th - Bankers Life Fieldhouse

PACERS (3-1) 118, BUCKS 115

Roy Hibbert scored the game-winning bucket with no time left on an offensive rebound, giving Indiana a thrilling 118-115 win over Milwaukee at the Fieldhouse tonight. Indiana's 'New Big Three', C.J. Miles (25 points), Luis Scola (24 points, 11 rebounds) and Rodney Stuckey (19 points) scored the majority of the Pacers' points, while they were 12-for-15 from beyond the arc. The Bucks shot a sizzling 65% from the floor during the first three periods, but they cooled off in the fourth quarter. Michael Carter-Williams had 26 points, 5 rebounds and 10 assists while Khris Middleton added 24 and Jared Dudley had 15 (on 6-for-6 shooting) for Milwaukee.

Milwaukee Bucks
Sanders 6,3,4 Antetokoumpo 10,7,2 Carter-Williams 26,5,10 Middleton 24,6,3 Porter 10,3,5 Pachulia 6,0,2 Dudley 15,2,0 Bayless 2,2,4 Mayo 7,2,1 Ilyasova 9,1,0

Indiana Pacers
Scola 24,11,1 Miles 25,2,3 Sloan 7,1,10 S. Hill 6,3,2 Hibbert 12,7,0 Allen 4,5,3 Rudez 5,1,4 Stuckey 19,1,2 Copeland 9,3,3 Fitzpatrick 6,4,1.

The Pacers now head to our nation's capital for a game with the Washington Wizards, November 5th at the Verizon Center.

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Game 5 - Nov. 5th - Verizon Center

PACERS (4-1) 96, WIZARDS 90

The Pacers erased an 8-point deficit as they outscored Washington 37-23 in the 4th quarter, giving them a 96-90 win and their 4th win in 5 games. C.J. Miles was a big part of the Blue & Gold's comeback, as he scored 11 of his 20 points in the final period. Philip Fitzpatrick came up big off the bench with a season high 18 points while Solomon Hill added 13 for Indiana, who shot 49% from the floor. Five Wizards were in double figures, led by Paul Pierce with 16 points. John Wall was in deep foul trouble, but he nearly had a double-double with 11 points and 9 assists. Despite scoring no points, Lavoy Allen grabbed 10 big rebounds, a big reason why Indy out-rebounded D.C. 48-46.

INDIANA PACERS
Hibbert 8,8,1 S. Hill 13,6,4 Sloan 9,2,7 Miles 20,6,1 Scola 9,6,2 Fitzpatrick 18,5,1 Copeland 7,0,1 Watson 7,3,2 Rudez 5,2,0 Allen 0,10,1

WASHINGTON WIZARDS
Nene 13,6,3 Temple 10,4,2 Wall 11,1,9 Pierce 16,7,2 Gortat 7,3,4 Butler 5,3,0 Sessions 9,3,5 Porter 10,6,0 Seraphin 2,5,0

The Pacers, who have a 4-1 record (the real-life team was 1-4), will play the Boston Celtics, November 7th at TD Garden.

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Game 6 - Nov. 7th - TD Garden

PACERS (5-1) 113, CELTICS 109

Luis Scola had a game high 24 points while C.J. Watson scored 21 off the bench and Roy Hibbert had 14 points and 16 rebounds as Indiana improved to 5-1 with a win in Boston. Seven players in Blue & Gold were in double figures, and they out-rebounded the C's 53-39. Six Celtics were in double figures, led by Avery Bradley with 22 points. Former Pacer Evan Turner almost had a triple-double with 12 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists while Isaiah Thomas tallied 15 and Jared Sullinger chipped in 14.

INDIANA

Hibbert 14-16-0, Copeland 13-3-1, Sloan 10-3-4, S. Hill 4-4-2, Scola 24-8-2, Fitzpatrick 10-6-2, Rudez 5-2-1, Watson 21-1-3, Stuckey 10-3-1, Allen 2-7-3.

BOSTON

Sullinger 14-4-2, Bradley 22-5-1, Thomas 15-3-7, Turner 12-8-7, Olynyk 7-5-1, Bass 10-2-0, Smart 2-1-3, Pressey 6-1-1, Crowder 0-4-3, Zeller 12-1-0, Young 9-1-0.

What a difference a replay makes...the Pacers had a real life record of 1-5, and in this replay Indiana is 5-1!

Up next: the Pacers return home for a rematch with the Washington Wizards on Nov. 8th.

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Game 7 - Nov. 8th - Bankers Life Fieldhouse

WIZARDS 108, PACERS (5-2) 83

Paul Pierce had 31 points and 9 rebounds with 6 made 3-pointers while John Wall had 29/6/12 and Marcin Gortat had 10 points and 11 rebounds as Washington used a 58-36 2nd half to destroy Indiana by 25. The Blue & Gold usually dominated the glass, but the Wiz this time out-rebounded Indy 50-35. D.C. made 54% of their shots, as they made 28 assists out of their 45 field goals. Luis Scola led the Pacers with 21 points and 9 rebounds while Chris Copeland had a career high 20 points, sinking 6 3-pointers.

WASHINGTON

Gortat 10-11-2
Pierce 31-8-2
Wall 29-6-12
Temple 4-5-4
Nene 10-5-4
Seraphin 2-4-0
Porter 6-2-0
Sessions 2-1-4
Butler 4-3-0
Humphries 10-5-0.

INDIANA
Scola 21-9-0
S. Hill 0-4-4
Sloan 0-0-6
Copeland 20-3-1
Hibbert 7-6-2
Allen 2-3-1
Miles 11-3-1
Watson 9-1-5
Rudez 3-1-0
Fitzpatrick 10-5-0.

The Pacers next game will be Nov. 10th when the Utah Jazz come to Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

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Game 8 - November 10th - Bankers Life Fieldhouse

PACERS (6-2) 111, JAZZ 81

The Pacers rolled past Utah as three-point shooting was the difference, with Indiana going 14-for-22 from beyond the arc while the Jazz were just 3-for-13. Donald Sloan (18 points) and Chris Copeland (16 points) each sank 4 treys for the Blue & Gold while Solomon Hill had 16 points. Indy's bench outscored Utah's 56-25, with C.J. Watson scoring a team high 19 and C.J. Miles tallying 15. The Pacers out-rebounded the Jazz 51-36, as Lavoy Allen grabbed a career high 16 rebounds off the bench. Gordon Hayward had 23 points and 5 rebounds in a losing cause for Utah.

INDIANA PACERS INDIVIDUAL STATS
Scola 7/4/3, S. Hill 16/5/4, Sloan 18/1/4, Copeland 16/6/2, Hibbert 8/3/0, Allen 8/16/0, Miles 15/3/1, Watson 19/4/5, Rudez 2/2/0, Fitzpatrick 2/7/0.

UTAH JAZZ LEADERS
Points - Hayward, 23
Rebounds - Gobert, 8
Assists - Favors, 4

Up next: the Pacers hit the road to face the Miami Heat, November 12th at American Airlines Arena.

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Game 7 - 11/12/14 - American Airlines Arena

PACERS (7-2) 95, HEAT 87

C.J. Miles scored 18 points off the bench while Roy Hibbert and Luis Scola each were 1 point shy of a double-double, as Indiana had a big win at Miami. Besides Miles, C.J. Watson (12 points, 4 rebounds, 6 assists) and Lavoy Allen (6 rebounds and a career high 7 assists) also had strong outings as reserves. The Blue & Gold ruled the glass as they out-rebounded the Heat 63-38, with Hibbert and Scola each hauling down 10 boards. The Heat shot just 40% tonight, but their 18 free throws made kept them in the game. Luol Deng led the Heat with 21 points, followed by Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh with 18 apiece.

INDIANA PACERS INDIVIDUAL STATS

Hibbert 9-10-1, Copeland 10-4-0, Sloan 10-3-4, Hill 9-6-4, Scola 9-10-1, Fitzpatrick 6-2-2, Rudez 4-2-0, Watson 12-4-6, Miles 18-5-0, Allen 4-6-7, Mahinmi 4-3-0.

MIAMI HEAT LEADERS

Points: Deng, 21
Rebounds: Haslem/Bosh/Andersen, 6
Assists: Wade, 7.

The Pacers look to keep on winning as the Denver Nuggets come to Bankers Life Fieldhouse on November 14th.

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