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The Indiana Pacers were formed in 1967 and then moved from the ABA to the NBA in 1976.
The Pacers have won 3 ABA championships and no NBA titles.
The Pacers have retired the numbers of Reggie Miller, George McGinnis, Mel Daniels, and Roger Brown.
Reggie Miller is the longest tenure player to play for the Pacers at 18 years.
Ron Artest was the only Pacer player to win the Defensive Player of the Year Award in 2004.
Chuck Person is the only Pacer player to win Rookie of the Year in 1987.
The Pacers have 6 Conference titles: 5 in the ABA and one in NBA (2000).
Danny Granger and Mike Dunleavy are the first Pacer pair to score 1500 points each in a single season since Reggie Miller and Detlef Schrempf did it in the early 90s.
In the 1990′s, the Pacers were looking for a new, “faster” look and so turned to Track Star Florence Griffith Joyner, who was the world’s fastest woman at the time and also a talented designer.
The two Mascots for the Pacers are Boomer (a cat) and Bowser (a dog), of which neither answer the question of what is truly a Pacer?
In the 4th Quarter of Game 5 in the 1994 Playoffs, Reggie Miller scored a whopping 25 points! He ended the game with a total of 39.
In 1994-1995, the Indiana Pacers had their first 50+ win season since the days of the ABA as they went 52-30.
Reggie Miller once scored 8 points in just 8.9 seconds to help lead the Pacers to a 2-point victory.
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