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Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • Pacers pick up options for Turner, Sabonis

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The Pacers have picked up team options on the contracts of center Myles Turner and forward Domantas Sabonis. The option for the 21-year-old Turner is for a fourth year. The Pacers hope the 6-foot-11 youngster will become the long-
    14 Oct @ 12AM

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  • It’s Myles Turner and Victor Oladipo time for the Pacers

    A Q&A with Tom Lewis of SB Nation’s Pacers site Indy Cornrows. What needs to happen for this to be an enjoyable season for Pacers fans? It’ll include signs of hope for a young core of players developing into a far more enjoyable team in the future. Myles Turner (21), T.J. Leaf (20), Domantas Sabonis (21), Glenn Robinson III (23), and even Ike Anigbogu (18) improving as the season goes on can offer that hope. What makes Pacers fans most excited about this year? What makes Pacers fans most nervous? This Pacers team doesn't have a superstar to lean on with Paul George gone, but they are a young, fast group that will have to use their speed to create scoring opportunities, emphasizing the collective
    13 Oct @ 6PM

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  • Report: Pacers’ Glenn Robinson III out until December after ankle surgery

    The Pacers, who were already going to struggle to score this season in a post-Paul George world, have another hurdle to overcome the first months of the season. Glenn Robinson III — who developed into a solid 3&D player and a quality part of Indiana’s rotation (plus won the dunk contest) — will need surgery on the ankle he injured just as training camp opened. Indiana Pacers forward Glenn Robinson III will undergo surgery on his injured left ankle and is expected to be out of the lineup until mid-December, league sources told ESPN.
    12 Oct @ 4AM

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  • Five players poised for their breakout season

    Yes, basketball and sports fans know Towns is amazing (he just missed making the All-NBA third team), but he is exactly where Antetokounmpo was one season ago — on the cusp of greatness and blowing up into the casual sports fans consciousness. Towns can add to his offensive game (although with Jimmy Butler and the added talent on the Timberwolves roster his counting stats likely don’t climb much), but what really has to happen is he has to get better and be more focused on the defensive end. Do that, lead the Timberwolves to the playoffs (in a season Minnesota is on a lot more nationally televised games) and Towns can have the same kind of breakout year the Greek Freak had last season.
    11 Oct @ 12AM

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  • Pacers change directions, making Turner, Oladipo new leaders

    Myles Turner embraces his new role with the Indiana Pacers. 'He's got time,' point guard Darren Collison said. Turner spent his first two NBA seasons demonstrating why he was such a prized draft pick in 2015.
    10 Oct @ 10PM

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  • National Basketball Association roundup

    McGrady played for the Magic from 2000 to 2004, making the All-Star Game all four seasons. The team said the 38-year-old McGrady will be available to players and coaches on and off the court, will assist and advise the executive team in several areas and will help with promotion, marketing and community relations activities for the Lakeland Magic of the NBA G League.
    7 Oct @ 6AM

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  • LeBron James to miss 2nd exhibition game with sprained ankle

    LeBron James will sit out Friday’s exhibition game against the Indiana Pacers as he recovers from a sprained left ankle. James and his teammates attended Thursday night’s AL Division Series matchup between the Indians and New York Yankees.
    6 Oct @ 11PM

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  • GAME RECAP: Bucks 104, Pacers 86

    Lance Stephenson and Myles Turner both score 17 points as the Indiana Pacers defeat the Milwaukee Bucks 104-86.
    5 Oct @ 7AM

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  • Paul George: Westbrook Commitment to Thunder ‘Absolutely’ a Factor in Free Agency

    Russell Westbrook’s five-year extension with the Thunder appears to be delivering immediate dividends: Thunder forward Paul George said Saturday that his teammate’s long-term commitment would ‘absolutely’ be a factor in his own decision process next summer. George will be an unrestricted free agent in 2018, and with Westbrook in place and Carmelo Anthony in the fold, the Thunder have assembled a starry top three. Westbrook signed an extension worth $205 million on Friday.
    1 Oct @ 7PM

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  • George: Westbrook's mega-contract could impact decision on future

    Paul George has been with the Oklahoma City Thunder for less than three months, but he already likes what he sees in new team-mate Russell Westbrook following his lucrative contract renewal. MVP Westbrook signed a five-year, $205million extension with the Thunder – the largest contract in NBA history. George – recruited from the Indiana Pacers – said Westbrook's contract will "absolutely" affect his future decision as the four-time All-Star is set to become an unrestricted free agent next season.
    1 Oct @ 1AM

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