Its official! The Indiana Pacers will play the Orlando Magic in Round 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. The Pacers played well enough to secure the #3 seed in the East while the Magic are fresh off the news that superstar Dwight Howard is out for the remainder of the year after herniating a disc in his back.
The playoffs will begin for the Pacers on Saturday, April 28th with Game #1 starting at Bankers Life Fieldhouse at 7:00 PM. You can find great tickets for the game here at BroadRippleTickets.com!
Game #2 will also be in Indianapolis on Monday, April 30th, also starting at 7:00 PM. The series then heads to Orland for Games 3 and 4 which will take place on Wednesday, May 2 then both teams get a couple of days of before playing on Saturday, May 5th.
If necessary Games 5 through 7 will alternate back and for between Indianapolis and Orlando starting on Tuesday, May 8th in Indianapolis, then Friday, May 11th in Orlando and a possible Game 7 on May 13th in Indianapolis. The Pacers are heavily favored to win the series as the Magic have key players out with injury including All Star Center Dwight Howard, however its important that the Pacers not overlook the Magic and their many 3 point shooting threats. This should be an exciting series for Indianapolis Fans!
The Indiana Pacers are back in the NBA Playoffs for a second straight year! This years squad is much improved over the previous version and Pacers Fans are expecting big things from the team. The Pacers have locked up the #3 Seed in this year playoffs and will also have home court advantage for the first round.
The NBA Lockout did very little to slow down this years Pacers team, with the addition of David West the team has experienced much improved results. While the team still lacks a high profile starter, overall team play and consistent performance have led to the teams best record in years. While underrated by many national pundits the team is poised to make a deep run into this years playoffs and could easily play spoiler to either the Miami Heat or Chicago Bulls assuming that the Pacers advance past Round 1.
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It was ugly at times, but the Indiana Pacers eventually spoiled the Toronto Raptors 2012 Home Opener on Wednesday night. After leading by double-digits for much of the second half, the Pacers let DeMar DeRozan and Andrea Bargnani shoot the Raptors back into the game in the 4th quarter, even pulling to within two points with under five minutes to play. Danny Granger and David West, the elder statesmen for Indiana, wouldn’t let them get any closer however, as both hit contested jumpers to keep the Pacers in control till the final buzzer. Granger led the way on offense with 21 points, while Paul George hit four three-pointers on his way to scoring 18. Darren Collison had a double-double with 10 points and 12 assists, and Roy Hibbert posted a deuce-deuce as well, finishing with 12 points and 10 rebounds. The win moves the Pacers to 2-0 on the year.
Indiana will be back in action on Friday night, at the newly re-named Bankers Life Fieldhouse (tip-off is at 7:00 pm). The game will be against the Cleveland Cavaliers, one of the worst teams in the NBA last year, presenting the Pacers with an excellent opportunity to start the season 3-0. The atmosphere at The Fieldhouse has been electric since the lockout was lifted, and there are still seats available for the Friday night game, so be sure to get your Indiana Pacers vs. Cleveland Cavaliers Tickets from BroadRippleTickets.com while there’s still time.
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Professional Basketball if officially back, and the 2012 NBA Schedule has been released. That means now is the perfect time to purchase NBA Tickets. After all, with the season set to kick off on Christmas Day, there’s not much time to secure good seats to the upcoming big games (and trust us, there are plenty of early-season prime-time matchups on the schedule). BroadRippleTickets.com prides itself on having the largest database of NBA Tickets found anywhere online, and we have Tickets for every team in the league. That includes Tickets to Sold-Out Games featuring teams like the Miami Heat, Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Lakers, New York Knicks and Chicago Bulls.
The last we saw of the NBA, Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks were sipping champagne after securing their first NBA Championship, while the LeBron/Wade/Bosh sulked back to Miami with their collective tail between their legs. There’s was an NBA Draft sometime in June, but at this point most fans have forgotten who was taken by what team. So there’s a lot of catching up to do, and not much time in which to do it.
Training Camps will open December 9, and free agents will begin showing up immediately. That gives teams roughly two weeks to get acquainted with other and run themselves into the shape. The squads who can do that the quickest will be at a decided advantage during the shortened 66 game season. In order to refresh your mind a little, here’s a breakdown of where each team finished up last season, along with a link to every team’s 2012 schedule.
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