PODCAST: Vegas recap and a roundup of all the Pacers news since
The Pacers are 2-5 in games since Las Vegas and the schedule picks up even more soon. A look back at their last few weeks.
On this episode of the Fieldhouse Files podcast, I’ll catch you up on all that’s transpired with the Pacers over the last two weeks since Las Vegas. They’re still coming down from that high, tired and just 2-5 in games since, but they’re finally getting healthy again.
Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays, friends.
Among the items discussed on this episode:
The team running on fumes because of a brutal stretch with seven games in 12 days, including Las Vegas.
How the tournament was a great experience for the Pacers and really good for exposure, especially for Tyrese Haliburton.
George McGinnis passed away at 73.
Giannis wants his game ball.
Andrew Nembhard misses two weeks with injury, then returns in Memphis.
Jalen Smith returns after missing 10 games due to multiple injuries. What I saw in Vegas from him.
Haliburton being in a rut, averaging four turnovers per game.
How they can count on Aaron Nesmith’s hard play, but also his 3-point shot.
Pacers in the community.
Pacers owner Herb Simon is a first-time nominee for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in the contributor category. Donnie Walsh has been an eligible candidate for many years.
Mad Ants roll to 14 straight wins, will play in Showcase Cup Finals Friday night