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Larry Bird Forgets the Indiana Pacers Are 29-28, Doesn’t Improve Team at Deadline

The Indiana Pacers sitting at just 29-28 needed improvements. Larry didn't budge and still believes this team can gain traction down the stretch.

Recapping the Indiana Pacers’ Trade Deadline

The Indiana Pacers surprisingly did not make a single move at the NBA trade deadline, deciding to keep their roster intact as the season continues.

Indiana Pacers Do Nothing at the NBA Trade Deadline

The Indiana Pacers were heavily engaged in trade talks prior to the NBA Trade Deadline. Unfortunately, those talks did not produce fruitful results.

Paul George Trade Talks Get More Serious

The Boston Celtics and Indiana Pacers continue to talk about a trade for Paul George, but only if the Celtics offer the Brooklyn Nets' first-round pick.

That Time When O.J. Mayo Was Almost Traded to the Indiana Pacers

The Indiana Pacers were just a few moments past the trade deadline in 2011 when they tried trading for then-Memphis Grizzlies swingman O.J. Mayo.

NBA Trade Deadline Game Thread: Paul George, Pacers back to work

While the front office continues working to improve the roster before 3 p.m. ET, the Pacers continue preparing to actually play a game again on Friday.

In a League Loaded with Point Guards, Jeff Teague Shows his Worth

Jeff Teague has proven that he has what it takes to excel for the Indiana Pacers. From Pike high school to the NBA.

Indiana Pacers Willing to Trade Paul George After All?

The Indiana Pacers are searching for pieces to make a postseason run. However, they are also assessing the value of their star player Paul George.

Report: Indiana Pacers Weighing A Possible Paul George Trade

With the trade deadline less than a day away, the Pacers are reportedly considering trading superstar Paul George--a move that would shake up the league.

Paul George Wants To Stay… If the Indiana Pacers Are Contenders

Paul George has told Indiana Pacers ownership he wants to stay if the team can contend for an NBA title according to USA Today's Sam Amick.