CBS Sports recently published an opinion-based ranking of the top 100 players in the NBA. Eight writers for the outlet ranked each player in the league, and a final list of the best players was made based on those rankings.
The Pacers rebuild is on with a different approach from the team. The Pacers front office leaders, Kevin Pritchard (Pres) and Chad Buchanan (GM), made the media rounds last week ahead to the team starting training camp on Monday.
The Indiana Pacers keep making moves. In the last nine days, the team has signed or waived a combination of eight different players. They, like many other franchises, are trying to set up their roster for training camp.
Between EuroBasket and FIBA World Cup qualifying play, the Indiana Pacers had several players suit up for their national team this offseason. Fans of the franchise were blessed with several chances to watch their favorite players play this summer.
Bennedict Mathurin has yet to play in a game for the Indiana Pacers, but he is already turning heads in Indianapolis. The sixth overall pick has only been a part of the Pacers organization for about three months, yet team general manager Chad Buchanan is impressed by the rookie's work ethic and drive.
On Friday, the Indiana Pacers announced a handful of roster moves to tweak their team. Three of the moves the Pacers made were waivers — they moved on from Bennie Boatwright, Gabe York, and David Stockton.
Indiana also added Justin Anderson and Norvel Pelle. With only one weekend left in the NBA offseason, the Pacers are still making tweaks to their training camp roster, announcing today in a press release that they’ve signed combo guard Langston Galloway, forward Justin Anderson, and center Norvel Pelle.
In a midseason deal last year, the Indiana Pacers acquired a vital player in skillful, playmaking guard Tyrese Haliburton from the Sacramento Kings together with microwave scorer Buddy Hield to boost their bench.
Practically every headline we have heard about Myles Turner of the Indiana Pacers lately has related to his inevitable trade from the team. It seems we can’t go more than a week without hearing of a possible trade package that will send Turner to somewhere else in the league.
And why each matters. Next season for the Pacers — not unlike the end of last season for the Pacers — isn’t trending toward optimizing winning in the playoffs as much as growing young talent and building habits.
The Indiana Pacers have high expectations about Tyrese Haliburton, even comparing him to Reggie Miller. The Indiana Pacers are entering a rebuilding process, although they will have to wait before finally focusing their attention on putting together the best squad for the future.
It feels like we have heard talk of the Indiana Pacers trading Myles Turner for a couple of seasons now. However, it’s always been just that: talk. The team has never formulated a real package for Turner and he has stuck it out with them through thick and thin.
This past weekend, the Indiana Pacers announced that they have re-signed guard Gabe York to a contract. York, a 29 year-old guard who attended The University of Arizona, finished the 2021-22 season on the Pacers roster.
The Pacers have signed multiple players to their training camp roster, including veteran forward James Johnson, the team announced in a release. Along with Johnson, the Pacers have signed guards David Stockton and Gabe York and forward Bennie Boatright, as well as rookie forward Kendall Brown — a second-round pick who received a two-way contract.
There have been a lot of questions swirling around Buddy Hield of the Indiana Pacers over the last few months. Some people have assumed that Hield would be traded during the current offseason, most likely to the Los Angeles Lakers, who have been angling for Hield in one way or another over the last couple of seasons.