Indiana Pacers NBA schedule
Here's your chance to enjoy incredible NBA entertainment at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis by purchasing tickets for the home team: the Indiana Pacers. The Pacers are undoubtedly one of the most iconic NBA teams and have blessed us with some of the most memorable moments on the basketball court. Whether it was Pacers legend, Reggie Miller (nicknamed the "Knick Killer") sinking 3-pointer after 3-pointer in the 1994 Eastern Conference Finals (much to the annoyance of Spike Lee) or Larry Bird returning from the Boston Celtics to Indiana as head coach in 1997. The Pacers have a rich history and with players like Miller, Chris Mullin, Alex English, Rik Smits, Mark Jackson, George McGinnis and Jermaine O’Neal, the franchise, established in 1967, has won nine division titles and reached one NBA Finals (2000). Get your seat courtside and buy your Pacers ticket today.
Indiana Pacers history
Members of the Central Division in the NBA’s Eastern Conference, the Pacers have a storied history in two leagues: the ABA and the NBA. As part of the ABA, the team established a dynasty with championships in 1970, 1972, and 1973, boosted by the talents of Hall of Famers like Roger Brown and Mel Daniels. As part of the NBA since 1976, the Pacers have built a reputation as one of the most fiercely competitive teams in the league, sparking rivalries with other NBA outfits like the New York Knicks under the leadership of another Hall of Famer, Reggie Miller. Scoring some Indiana Pacers tickets is seeing one of the greatest teams of the NBA in full throttle.This is one of the most exciting and competitive teams in the NBA so hurry up and get those Pacers tickets today on StubHub!
Bankers Life Fieldhouse - the home of the Indiana Pacers
The Pacers play their home games at the distinctive stadium - the Bankers Life Fieldhouse. With its barrel-vaulted ceiling, Bankers Life Fieldhouse can resemble, from the outside, a high-school gymnasium. That’s the attitude the Pacers are going for with their 18,165-seat arena, which was designed specifically for basketball, instead of serving a dual hoops-and-hockey purpose. The arena is located in Downtown Indianapolis and, originally named Conseco Fieldhouse, it replaced the Market Square Arena in 1999. As well as being the home of the Pacers, the Indianapolis stadium is the home arena of the Indian Fever in the WNBA and has hosted the WNBA Finals in 2009 and 2012. Buy your Indiana Pacers tickets and book your seat at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse.