Indiana Pacers and Minnesota Timberwolves are the only two NBA franchises to have not had a D-League call-up between 2008-09 to 2013-14
George Hill on Pacers' season: “I’ve never been a part of being at the bottom of the East or West. Don’t want to start doing that now."
Pacers had TOR within 10 points, but a 5-0 run has made things difficult. Indiana will need a lil magic to comeback in this one.
Some boo birds come out after no Pacer even tries to rebound and the Raptors get another bucket. Pacers down 15 w/ 6:29.
Pacers down 9 entering 4th, just like Orlando. Does Damo have another 16 point quarter in him?
Great find by West, his pass to Stuckey leads to a layup, trimming the Pacers’ deficit to 9. Pacers 3-25 this season when trailing after 3Q
Raps pulling away but coaching staff is upset with something the Pacers are doing. First Casey and then Bayno confronting the officials.
Pacers led 28-21 after 1Q, Raptors have outscored them 52-29 (+23) since. They lead by 16, their largest, with 2:42 left in the 3rd
Pacers down by 13 but Hill, Rudez, and Mahinmi check in with fresh legs. Hopefully Hill and Damjan can get hot again.
Raptors shot 18 foul shots, Pacers shot 9 in first half. Tells you something about their offenses, and why Toronto leads 50-44.
20-0 Raptors run (11 from the FT line). Pacers haven't scored in over 11 minutes.
Great ball movement for a 3 from George Hill and then a runner at the buzzer from Hill. Pacers lead 28-21.
George Hill, making this game look easy. After a corner three he puts up a buzzer-beating layup to end the first Q. Pacers lead 28-21
These Pacers are blowing my mind right now. Looking great on both ends are leading 15-8
So ... the Pacers lead the Raptors 9-0.
Pacers with a 9-0 lead on Toronto. Made 4-of-7 shots as Raptors have missed all four shots + two turnovers.
Pacers in danger of violating the 10-point rule. Lead 9-0.
Pacers jump out to a 7-0 lead behind some swarming defense. Everyone seems to be on the same page.