Matchup History

Historically speaking, the Philadelphia 76ers hold a commanding advantage over the Indiana Pacers. In the 193 regular season contests between the teams, the 76ers boast a 109-84 record.

The rivalry dates back to 1976 when the Pacers joined the NBA as a result of the ABA-NBA merger. That year, George McGinnis, who had previously played for Indiana in the ABA, was named All-NBA First Team in his debut season with the Sixers. In his three seasons with the team, he was selected to two NBA All-Star games and was joined on the roster by other ABA alumni, Julius Erving and Caldwell Jones. In 1977, he averaged 14.2 points, 10.4 rebounds, and 3.6 assists per game in the playoffs, helping to lead the 76ers to an Eastern Conference Championship.

McGinnis is one of six Hall of Fame players, others including Alex English, Reggie Miller, and Chris Mullin, who played multiple seasons for the Pacers, contributing to the history between these two teams.

Now, the two clubs meet at least once each season in South Philadelphia. Get your tickets from Ticketmaster today!


Recent Scores

Embiid and Harris talking to one another OCT 24, 2022


W - 120-106

Harden fights through for layup JAN 4, 2023


W - 129-126

Embiid dribbling down the court MAR 6, 2023

@ Indiana

W - 143-147

Fade away jumper between the Pacers defense MAR 18, 2023

@ Indiana

W - 121-141


Sixers Finish 3-0 on Roadtrip with Win vs. Pacers (03.18.23)


Every time the Pacers travel to South Philadelphia to take on your 76ers in The Center, you’ll have opportunities to bring a party of 10 or more of your favorite fans, upgrade your seats into suites, or take advantage of special ticket offers!

With premium seating, you can reserve space for up to 30 guests and enjoy great basketball with premium food and beverage packages.

With special ticket prices for groups of 10 or more, you can enjoy the Sixers with your friends and family with unique fan experiences.

The 76ers provide special ticket offers in select locations for various regular season home games to show appreciation to our fans.