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Boston Celtics vs Indiana Pacers Preview and Predictions -03-10-2020

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It’s a battle of Eastern Conference teams that are in the playoff picture on the hardwood in the Hoosier State. The Boston Celtics are on the road as they travel to face the Indiana Pacers Tuesday night. Boston was edged 105-104 at home as a 6.5-point underdog by Oklahoma City in their last game on Sunday evening. Indiana earned a 112-109 road win over Dallas Sunday as a six-point underdog in their last contest on Sunday. The Celtics lead the all-time regular season series between the teams by a 98-80 margin but the Pacers took a 122-117 home win as a 1.5-point favorite in the first meeting this season on December 11, 2019.

Boston Celtics Look to Bounce Back

Boston dropped their second straight and their fourth in the last five games as they fell a point short to Oklahoma City at home Sunday. The Celtics entered Monday second in the Atlantic Division, three games behind the Raptors for the top spot. In the Eastern Conference playoff picture, the team is third, 10.5 games behind the Bucks for the top spot. Boston trailed by three after the opening quarter, rallied to lead by 11 at the half and held a one-point lead after three quarters. The Celtics held a one-point lead late when Kemba Walker was stripped of the ball and the team allowed what proved to be the game-winning layup with 8.5 seconds to go. Boston shot 41.3 percent from the field, including 13 of 37 from three-point range, and won the rebounding battle 46-39 in the game. Gordon Hayward led the Celtics with 24 points in the loss.

The Celtics enter this contest ranked 12th in the league in scoring offense with an average of 113 points per game this season. Boston is 9th in rebounding by pulling down 46 rebounds per contest and stand 25th in assists with 22.9 dimes per game. On the season, Boston is tied for first in the league in scoring defense by allowing 106.8 points per contest. The Celtics are led offensively by Kemba Walker, who is second on the team as he puts up 21.4 points, 4.1 rebounds and five assists per game on the year. Jayson Tatum puts up a team-leading 23.4 points plus 7.1 boards a night while Jaylen Brown (20.4 points, 6.4 rebounds), Gordon Hayward (17.1 points, 6.5 boards) and Marcus Smart (13.4 points, 4.8 assists) are solid contributors offensively. Boston is tied for 16th in the league in field goal percentage by shooting 46 percent from the floor as a team on the year. The Celtics are 12th in three-pointers per game as they drain 12.4 triples per night while they rank 12th by hitting 36.3 percent of their attempts from beyond the arc. Walker missed several games with knee soreness after the All-Star break but is back in action. Brown is out until mid-March with a hamstring injury.

Indiana Pacers Try to Maintain Recent Momentum

Indiana won their second straight and their sixth in the last seven games as they took down the Mavericks on the road to cap a road trip. The Pacers entered Monday second in the Central Division, 14 games behind the Bucks for the top spot. In the Eastern Conference playoff spot, the team is fifth in the Eastern Conference standings, 14 games behind the Bucks. Indiana led by five after one quarter, by three at the half and by two after three quarters. The Pacers found themselves down 109-104 with 3:14 to play in the game but scored the final eight points of the contest to earn the victory. Indiana shot 52.3 percent from the field, including eight of 23 from three-point range, and held Dallas to 42.9 percent shooting in the game. Domantas Sabonis led the Pacers with 20 points, 17 rebounds and six assists in the win.

The Pacers enter this contest 22nd in scoring offense with 109.3 points per game on the season. Indiana is 24th in the league in rebounding with 42.8 boards per contest and stand 5th with 26 assists per game. The Pacers are 5th in the league in scoring defense as they allow 107.3 points per game this season. Malcolm Brogdon is third on the team with 16.3 points, 4.7 rebounds plus 7.1 assists per game this season. Domantas Sabonis (18.3 points, 12.5 rebounds), Myles Turner (11.8 points, 6.5 rebounds, 2.1 blocks), T.J. Warren (18.6 points), Aaron Holiday (9.5 points), Doug McDermott and Jeremy Lamb (12.5 points) are all contributing on the offensive end. Victor Oladipo made his season debut on January 29 against the Bulls. He has averaged 12.7 points per game as he gets back up to speed. Indiana is 3rd in the league in field goal percentage as the team shoots 47.7 percent from the field this season. The Pacers are 29th in threes made per game as they have drained 10 triples a night while the team stands 13th in three-point shooting by hitting 36.2 percent from beyond the arc. Lamb was lost for the year with torn knee ligaments in late February while Brogdon suffered a torn quad against the Bucks March 4 and is considered week to week.

 

Indiana Pacers Live Stream Schedule

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Tue, Oct 29@Detroit6:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Thu, Oct 31@Brooklyn6:30 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sat, Nov 2vsCleveland6:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Mon, Nov 4vsChicago5:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Wed, Nov 6@Charlotte7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Thu, Nov 7vsWashington7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sat, Nov 9vsDetroit7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Mon, Nov 11@Orlando6:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Wed, Nov 13vsOklahoma City7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sat, Nov 16@Houston8:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sun, Nov 17vsMilwaukee7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Tue, Nov 19@Brooklyn7:30 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sun, Nov 24vsOrlando7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Tue, Nov 26vsMemphis7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Thu, Nov 28vsUtah7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sat, Nov 30vsAtlanta8:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sun, Dec 1@Philadelphia7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Tue, Dec 3@Memphis8:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Thu, Dec 5@Oklahoma City8:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sat, Dec 7@Detroit7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sun, Dec 8@New York7:30 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Tue, Dec 10vsLA7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Thu, Dec 12vsBoston7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sat, Dec 14@Atlanta7:30 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Mon, Dec 16vsCharlotte5:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Wed, Dec 18vsLos Angeles7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sat, Dec 21vsSacramento7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Mon, Dec 23@Milwaukee7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Tue, Dec 24vsToronto7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sat, Dec 28@Miami8:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sun, Dec 29@New Orleans7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Tue, Jan 1vsPhiladelphia3:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Thu, Jan 3vsDenver7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sat, Jan 5@Atlanta7:30 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Mon, Jan 7@Charlotte7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Wed, Jan 9vsMiami7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Fri, Jan 11@Chicago8:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Mon, Jan 14vsPhiladelphia7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Wed, Jan 16@Minnesota8:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Fri, Jan 18vsMinnesota7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sun, Jan 20@Denver8:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Mon, Jan 21@Utah9:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Wed, Jan 23@Phoenix9:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Fri, Jan 25@Golden State10:30 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sun, Jan 27@Portland9:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Wed, Jan 30vsChicago7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sat, Feb 2vsNew York7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Mon, Feb 4vsDallas7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Wed, Feb 6@Toronto7:30 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Fri, Feb 8vsToronto8:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sat, Feb 9vsNew Orleans7:30 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Mon, Feb 11vsBrooklyn7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Wed, Feb 13vsMilwaukee7:30 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Fri, Feb 22@New York7:30 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sun, Feb 24@Toronto6:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Tue, Feb 26vsCharlotte7:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Thu, Feb 28vsPortland8:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Fri, Mar 1@Cleveland8:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sun, Mar 3@San Antonio8:30 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Tue, Mar 5@Milwaukee9:30 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Thu, Mar 7@Chicago8:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sat, Mar 9@Dallas6:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Mon, Mar 11vsBoston6:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Fri, Mar 15@Philadelphia6:30 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Tue, Mar 19vsGolden State6:30 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Thu, Mar 21vsMiami6:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Fri, Mar 22vsCleveland6:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sun, Mar 24vsPhoenix6:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Tue, Mar 26@Orlando6:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Thu, Mar 28vsHouston6:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sat, Mar 30@Sacramento8:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sun, Mar 31@LA9:30 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Tue, Apr 2@Los Angeles9:30 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Thu, Apr 4vsBrooklyn6:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sat, Apr 6vsWashington4:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Mon, Apr 8@Miami6:30 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Tue, Apr 9@Boston6:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Fri, Apr 12vsOrlando6:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Sun, Apr 14vsSan Antonio6:00 AMYoupit Networkclick here
Tue, Apr 16@Washington6:30 AMYoupit Networkclick here

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Indiana Pacers 2019-20 Season

The Pacers turned in one of the most impressive performances of the 2018-19 season, as guard Victor Oladipo led the team to a 48-34 record and the No. 5 seed in the Eastern Conference.

Oladipo was acquired two seasons ago in a trade that sent All-Star Paul George to the Oklahoma City Thunder. While conventional wisdom suggested that the Pacers would need a few years to build around their new roster, the new team took off immediately.

Oladipo average 18.8 points, 5.2 assists and 1.7 steals per game in 2018-19. The Pacers know they have their building blocks going forward, with Oladipo, Domantas Sabonis (led team at 9.3 rebounds per game), and young center Myles Turner (led team with 2.7 blocks per game).

The Pacers made a concerted effort this offseason to surround that core with a supporting cast of players in their prime including Jeremy Lamb, T.J. McConnell, and C.J. Wilcox. They are hoping that roster stability and added depth will make them a true championship contender in the Eastern Conference.

Indiana Pacers

The Indiana Pacers are an American professional basketball team based in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Pacers compete in the National Basketball Association (NBA) as a member club of the league’s Eastern Conference Central Division. The Pacers were first established in 1967 as a member of the American Basketball Association (ABA) and became a member of the NBA in 1976 as a result of the ABA–NBA merger. They play their home games at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The team is named after Indiana’s history with the Indianapolis 500’s pace cars and with the harness racing industry.[8][9]

The Pacers have won three championships, all in the ABA. The Pacers were NBA Eastern Conference champions in 2000. The team has won nine division titles. Six Hall of Fame players – Reggie Miller, Chris Mullin, Alex English, Mel Daniels, Roger Brown, and George McGinnis – played with the Pacers for multiple seasons.[10]