On November 19, 2004, the player who ran into the stands was Ron Artest. He was chasing a fan that threw a beer on him. Fellow Pacer Stephen Jackson followed him into the stands and teammate Jermaine O'Neal struck a fan that came onto the court.
Stephen Jackson was the Indiana Pacers' leading scorer in the 2005 NBA playoffs with an average of 16.1 points per game.
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Indiana Pacers won over the Chicago bulls on their game 4 of the 1998 nba eastern conference finals. Reggie Miller sealed the win with his game winning 3 point shot over Michael Jordan. The Pacers tied the series 2-2 but eventually lost to the Bulls 3 games to 4. This Pacer team was considered the best Pacers ever.
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The average home game attendance for the Indiana Pacers during the 2007 - 2008 season was 12,221 fans (last in the league).
After the infamous "Palace Brawl" in which Ron Artest literally created a brawl involving a Piston's fan and a few Piston players during a playoff game between the Detroit Pistons and the Indiana Pacers, Ron Artest is, without a doubt, the most hated player by Detroit Pistons fans.
Brian Collins is famous for creating the phrase "Boom goes the dynamite." This phrase was created during a game between the Indiana Pacers and the New Jersey Nets that Brian was sports casting.
Answer Larry Bird was recruited to play for Indiana Hoosiers under Bob Knight, however he left IU before the season began. He never played a game for IU. After leaving IU he soon transfered to a junior college and then to Indiana state.
Jimmy Rayl was the "Splendid Splinter" out of Kokomo, Indiana who was an All-American at Indiana U in the early 1960's. Jimmy still holds the Indiana single-game scoring record of 56 points. Jimmy played for two years in the old ABA with the Indiana Pacers in the late 60's.