PACERS : History

Can't get enough of Reggie Miller? Never want to forget the Memorial Day Miracle? Be sure to check out these five amazing highlights from the Pacers' playoff history.

From the ABA to the NBA, from the State Fairgrounds Coliseum to Conseco Fieldhouse, from Larry Staverman to Rick Carlisle, travel down memory lane and take a look at the history of the Indiana Pacers.

  • Pacers uniforms through the years

  • The retirement of Reggie Miller's No. 31, which humbled the Indiana icon, took on the feel of a family reunion, as his brothers and sisters shared in his big moment -- the celebration of a legendary career.

  • Franchise celebrates Reggie's career with tribute
  • Behind the Scenes: Reggie Miller, Cheryl Miller, Mark Jackson and Rick Carlisle talk about Reggie's finale
  • 31 & Only: A special tribute page commemorating the close of Miller's career

  • Who are the greatest players in Indiana's storied basketball history? In connection with the opening of Conseco Fieldhouse on Nov. 6, 1999, Pacers Sports & Entertainment commissioned a blue ribbon panel to help identify the 50 greatest players based on their basketball playing careers in Indiana only.

    Remembering Market Square Arena

    In this gallery of photos taken exclusively for, watch the demolition of Market Square Arena, step by step. Though the building can be destroyed, the memories of what took place inside can not, as proven by submissions from our readers, franchise staff - and even a New York Knicks staffer.

  • Fans recall MSA's most memorable moments, big and small
  • Franchise staff members share their fondest memories
  • Even the Knicks, or at least this one, will miss MSA

  • Until Reggie Miller came along, Roger Brown, Mel Daniels, Bobby "Slick" Leonard and George McGinnis were the only four to have their numbers retired by the Pacers franchise. Read about what made these men legends on this special tribute page (.PDF).

    Ever wonder where the name "Pacers" came from? has the answer.

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