All-Star Central 2013

George Shines in All-Star Game

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The Pacers' Paul George scored 17 points in 20 minutes as the East narrowly lost to the West, 143-138. George also added 4 assists, 3 rebounds and 2 steals while Kevin Durant led the West with 30 points. Game Recap, Interviews »   George's "Triple Play" »   Live Chat Recap »

2013 All-Star Saturday Night Wrap-Up

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While no trophy will return home with Gerald Green (dunk contest), Paul George (three-point challenge), or Tamika Catchings (shooting stars), they all represented Indianapolis well during All-Star Weekend. Recap, Interviews, Photos »   Watch Green's 1st Dunk »

Green Wows, But Comes Up Short

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Gerald Green wowed the crowd on his first dunk--a perfect 50--but then nearly fouled out of his second dunk and was left behind in the competition. Tamika and Paul George also didn't make it out of the opening rounds of their respective competitions. Running Commentary Recap »   Green Photos »   Watch Green's 1st Dunk »

Tamika Catchings Shines

Gerald Green and Paul George weren't the only Indiana stars in Houston over the weekend. The Fever's Tamika Catchings was also on hand and displayed her skills in the Celebrity All-Star Game and Sears Shooting Stars Competition.  Read More »

No Limits for Paul George

The comparison is too obvious to ignore and too intriguing not to ponder, so let's put it out there: Paul George has the tools to surpass Pacers great Reggie Miller. Some of the similarities are coincidental and others are strikingly relevant to the future of the Pacers' franchise, but they are there. Rising Star: Part I »   Part II »

All-Star Day One: Indiana Everywhere

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For all that is All-Star Weekend, it is the first day that is perhaps filled with the most pomp, circumstance, and pageantry. The first day is Media Day and ends with a Celebrity game and the Rookies vs Sophomores competition. But for such a day, it is apparent that this weekend has a distinctly Indiana tone. Indiana Everywhere »
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Brown Named to Hall of Fame

For the second straight year, the Pacers received Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame recognition as the Hall announced that the late Roger Brown, a member of the Pacers’ three ABA Championship teams, had been voted in by the ABA committee. Read More + Reactions »   Montieth: Brown's Hall of Fame Induction »

All-Star 6-Game Pack

The All-Star 6-Game Pack is your opportunity to select any six remaining Pacers home games around your schedule. You can get the best games and best seats available at a savings over the premium game price. All-Star 6-Game Packs start at $72. Learn More »

Green First-Half Highlights

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Gerald Green is competing in the Sprite Slam-Dunk Competition on Saturday, February 16th. Re-live some of his best (and high-flying) moments from the first half of the season. Watch »
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George Named 2013 All-Star Reserve

Paul George was voted to the Eastern Conference All-Star team by Eastern Conference coaches and will be making his first All-Star game appearance. George is 26th in the NBA with an average of 17.3 points per game. Montieth: George Saw It Coming »   Agness: Bright Future »   Photo Gallery »   Official Release »   Montieth, Agness Podcast »

George, Green in All-Star Saturday

The Pacers' Gerald Green and Paul George were selected to participate in the 2013 All-Star Saturday. Green will participate in the dunk contest while George will participate in the 3-point contest. Green in Dunk Contest »   George in 3-Point Contest »   Agness: Look Out! »

"I want to be an All-Star"

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At Pacers Media Day 2012, Paul George stood before a half-huddle of microphones, dressed in both his game uniform and game face, Paul George laid it out for the world to hear: "I want to be an All-Star." Raising His Game »   Agness: Media Day Notebook »   Media Day Photos: Players | Candid Shots
   

2013 All-Star Videos and Interviews

All-Star 6-Game Pack