Myles Turner has passed his first concussion test, but he won't be cleared to practice just yet.
Myles Turner (concussion) is unlikely to play in the preseason opener, according to head coach Nate McMillan.
Pacers coach Nate McMillan plans to deploy a nine-man rotation this season, though he said that exceptional performances could force him to use 10 players.
Nate McMillan is hopeful that Myles Turner (concussion) will be able to attend Thursday's practice.
Monta Ellis has "re-dedicated" himself to basketball after a 2015-16 season which he feels was his worst since joining the NBA.
Paul George said he's willing to play some minutes as a power forward, but coach Nate McMillan referred to him as a "versatile [small forward]."
Coach Nate McMillan said Lavoy Allen is "going to have to make me play him with what he does on the floor."
Coach Nate McMillan said the Pacers have built a roster to run at a faster pace.
Jeremy Evans (shoulder) is still rehabbing and may not be ready for the season opener.
Myles Turner was diagnosed with a concussion after taking an elbow to the head during a workout this week.
Larry Bird said that Jeff's Teague knee has been fine so far.
Larry Bird said that he's expecting a "spectacular" year from Myles Turner.
According to Nate Taylor of the Indianapolis Star, Monta Ellis isn't expected to handle the ball as much this year.
Larry Bird expects Jeff Teague to get to the free throw line more often.
Larry Bird confirmed that he intends to attempt to sign Jeff Teague to a long-term contract.