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About Indiana Pacers
The Indiana Pacers, based in Indiana at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, are a team that you do not want to miss this upcoming basketball season. Be sure to catch them at their home stadium, Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
The team was founded in 1967. Having dominated the ABA, by 1976 they were one of four teams that joined the NBA in the ABA-NBA merger. Their first few years in the NBA were a little rough, filled with many losses. But as time went on, the team drastically improved as a whole. The team is named after the world-famous Indy 500, which is held in Indiana. The history of the Indiana Pacers is tied with the history of the NBA- it’s a historic franchise filled with colorful personalities and incredibly talented players and coaches. The team has hosted six Hall of Fame players: Reggie Miller, Chris Mullin, Alex English, Mel Daniels, Roger Brown, and George McGinnis. With intense competition brought to the court every game, why wouldn’t you want to see this team? Grab your tickets today to see them take it to the court.
Pacers vs. Detroit Pistons
The Pacers vs. the Detroit Pistons rivalry has intensified over the years. They first meet during the 1990 Playoffs, where the Pistons beat the Pacers in three games. But during the 2003-2004 season, the Pacers ended the league with 61 wins. In the 2004 Eastern Conference Finals, the Pacers won the first game, but the Pistons came back winning the series. These two teams sure know how to keep fans interested!
Pacers vs. New York Knicks
Be sure to catch the Pacers play the New York Knicks: a rivalry that started in 1977 and quickly became one of the most bitter in NBA history. They met in the Playoffs six times from 1993-2000, which helped fuel the rivalry over decades. This season, you can expect crowd pleasing players to run the court. Don’t wait to get your cheap Indiana Pacers tickets before they sell out!
Bankers Life Fieldhouse
The Bankers Life Fieldhouse opened in November 1999 and is located in downtown Indianapolis. It replaced the Market Square Arena. Along with the Pacers, it is also home to the WNBA’s Indiana Fever. The venue also hosts concerts, ice hockey, and college basketball games. The venue was ranked as the number one venue in the NBA by the Sports Business Journal/Sports Business Daily Reader survey in 2005 and 2006.
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