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Indiana Pacers Schedule in 2014-15

The Indiana Pacers are ready to set the tone on the basketball court this season as they take on some of the best teams in the National Basketball Association. The Pacers are coming off a fine 2013-14 season in which they posted the best record in the Eastern Conference and reached the East Finals yet again. However, the team will be looking to break through in 2014-15 and capture the conference crown, and the Eastern Conference has never been more wide open that is in the wake of LeBron James departure from the Miami Heat. With the Big Three broken up down south, it's anybody's title to win in the East, and the Pacers will be working hard all season to ensure that it's them that represent the conference in the NBA Finals this postseason.

While James' departure from Miami opens things up in the East, it also puts King James into the Pacers' division. James has rejoined the Cleveland Cavaliers, who happen to call the Central Division home. That means James and company will be coming to Indianapolis multiple times this season, and the Pacers would love to send them back to Ohio with some losses. Stopping James is never easy, but with a young supporting cast he seems more vulnerable than ever.

Another Central Division team that could pose a real threat to the Pacers is the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls will have star player Derrick Rose back on a deep roster of talented players. Some may say the Bulls have the best team in the conference, but the Pacers would love to prove them wrong by taking down the Bulls several times in 2014-15. Plenty of other tough teams will take on the Pacers at home this season, and you can be there to see it all play out.

Indiana Pacers Team Info

The Indiana Pacers are coming off a very good 2013-14 season in which they reached the Eastern Conference Finals for a second consecutive time. However, the team had its struggles down the stretch of the regular season and early in the playoffs, as there seemed to be an internal struggle within the organization. Some people credited that to the personality of Lance Stephenson, who is now gone from Indiana, signing with the Charlotte Hornets in the offseason. The Pacers may be the favorite to win the Eastern Conference this season, as they've got all the tools to make it happen in 2014-15. The team signed a solid replacement for Stephenson in shooting guard CJ Miles, who brings a nice offensive repertoire to the table for Indiana. Miles could very well slide into the two-guard spot in the starting lineup and provide floor spacing that should open things up for star player Paul George. George had the best year of his young career last season, and Pacers fans are surely expecting further development from the Fresno State product in 2014-15. George won't have to do it alone, though, as he has a solid supporting cast. Forward David West is one of the toughest and most reliable frontcourt players in the NBA, and he certainly appears to be the backbone of the team with his leadership and passion for the game. Center Roy Hibbert could not find consistency in the playoffs last season, but when his mind is right he's capable of being a dominant player on both ends of the court. The Pacers will look for Hibbert to rebound from last year's struggles with a hot starter to 2014-15, which would be a huge boost for this entire team. It should be a very good year in Indiana this season, but will it be great?

Fan Experience

The atmosphere at an NBA game is simply electric, as fans watch with anticipation throughout the entire contest. The National Basketball Association is the best basketball league in the world, and boasts players hailing from all over the globe. Seeing these players hit the court in person makes watching them on TV pale in comparison, and that's why you'll see the stands packed with fans at just about every NBA game throughout the season. Be a part of the excitement when you head to a Pacers contest this season, and you're sure to have the time of your life. Being there in the stands to see one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference is something that any hoops fan would enjoy, and all it takes is a few clicks of your mouse to make it happen.

Indiana Pacers Trivia

Which former Indiana Pacers player retired as the all-time leader in career three point field goals made?

The answer is guard Reggie Miller, whose record was later broken by Ray Allen.

Indiana Pacers History

The Indiana Pacers are a franchise that plays in the National Basketball Association. The Pacers were founded in 1967 as a part of the American Basketball Association, and became a part of the NBA in 1976 as a part of the famous NBA-ABA merger that formed the league as we know it today. The Pacers have seen some great players don the Indiana uniform over the years, such as Reggie Miller, Chris Mullin and Alex English. These players made their mark on Pacers basketball in a big way, and are remembered fondly by Pacers fans all over the country. The Pacers won three ABA Championships but have been unable to capture an NBA title, though they did reach the NBA Finals on one occasion.

Indiana Pacers Fans

Fans of the National Basketball Association love to see their favorite teams hit the court in person, and that certainly includes fans of the Indiana Pacers basketball team. The Pacers have a dedicated fan base that shows up in a big way for each and every home game throughout the season. Indiana is famous for being a basketball state, and that will be evident when you're right there in Banker's Life Fieldhouse for a big matchup featuring the Pacers and a top Eastern Conference foe. Don't miss out on being a part of a great fan base that does the Pacers organization proud on a regular basis.

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