Larry Bird expects the Pacers to increase their offensive output this season.
The Pacers have officially purchased the D-League's Fort Wayne Mad Ants, who hosted players from 12 different NBA teams last year.
The Pacers are expected to announce on Wednesday that they will be purchasing the Fort Wayne Mad Ants of the D-League, according to sources.
Larry Bird wants the Pacers' offense to score "about six to eight more points per game" by playing at a faster pace.
The Indiana Pacers are expected to purchase the Fort Wayne Mad Ants of the NBA D-League.
According to Pacers general manager Kevin Pritchard, Indiana is not afraid to trade the No. 11 pick in the draft if the right offer comes along.
Following a series of insensitive tweets from Paul George regarding Ray Rice, Pacers president Larry Bird called George's since-deleted tweets "thoughtless."
Updating a previous item, Larry Bird has signed a multiyear contract to return to the Pacers as team president.
Pacers owner Herb Simon says he expects a decision from Larry Bird on whether he'll return to the organization "shortly."
Larry Bird has informed the Kings that he's no longer interested in Sacramento's vacant GM position.