The Pacers really changed things up by trading Paul George for Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis of the Oklahoma City Thunder.
This was a setback as it seemed like they were starting their roster without a superstar. But the crazy thing is, they proved to be better, and they finished with a record they hadn’t broken in four years.
Come this season, they will look to build on top of that making them a great choice to bet on.
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The Pacers Schedule
|10/23/19||9:00 pm CEST||vs Detroit Pistons|
|10/26/19||10:00 pm CEST||at Cleveland Cavaliers|
|10/28/19||8:00 pm CEST||at Detroit Pistons|
|10/30/19||8:30 pm CEST||at Brooklyn Nets|
|11/1/19||8:00 pm CEST||vs Cleveland Cavaliers|
|11/3/19||6:00 pm CEST||vs Chicago Bulls|
|11/5/19||8:00 pm CEST||at Charlotte Hornets|
|11/6/19||8:00 pm CEST||vs Washington Wizards|
|11/8/19||8:00 pm CEST||vs Detroit Pistons|
|11/10/19||7:00 pm CEST||at Orlando Magic|
|11/12/19||8:00 pm CEST||vs Oklahoma City Thunder|
|11/15/19||9:00 pm CEST||at Houston Rockets|
|11/16/19||8:00 pm CEST||vs Milwaukee Bucks|
|11/18/19||8:30 pm CEST||at Brooklyn Nets|
|11/23/19||8:00 pm CEST||vs Orlando Magic|
|11/25/19||8:00 pm CEST||vs Memphis Grizzlies|
|11/27/19||8:00 pm CEST||vs Utah Jazz|
|11/29/19||9:00 pm CEST||vs Atlanta Hawks|
|11/30/19||8:00 pm CEST||at Philadelphia 76ers|
|12/2/19||9:00 pm CEST||at Memphis Grizzlies|
|12/4/19||9:00 pm CEST||at Oklahoma City Thunder|
|12/6/19||8:00 pm CEST||at Detroit Pistons|
|12/7/19||8:30 pm CEST||at New York Knicks|
|12/9/19||8:00 pm CEST||vs Los Angeles Clippers|
|12/11/19||8:00 pm CEST||vs Boston Celtics|
|12/13/19||8:30 pm CEST||at Atlanta Hawks|
|12/15/19||6:00 pm CEST||vs Charlotte Hornets|
|12/17/19||8:00 pm CEST||vs Los Angeles Lakers|
|12/20/19||8:00 pm CEST||vs Sacramento Kings|
|12/22/19||8:00 pm CEST||at Milwaukee Bucks|
|12/23/19||8:00 pm CEST||vs Toronto Raptors|
|12/27/19||9:00 pm CEST||at Miami Heat|
|12/28/19||8:00 pm CEST||at New Orleans Pelicans|
|12/31/19||4:00 pm CEST||vs Philadelphia 76ers|
|1/2/20||8:00 pm CEST||vs Denver Nuggets|
|1/4/20||8:30 pm CEST||at Atlanta Hawks|
|1/6/20||8:00 pm CEST||at Charlotte Hornets|
|1/8/20||8:00 pm CEST||vs Miami Heat|
|1/10/20||9:00 pm CEST||at Chicago Bulls|
|1/13/20||8:00 pm CEST||vs Philadelphia 76ers|
|1/15/20||9:00 pm CEST||at Minnesota Timberwolves|
|1/17/20||8:00 pm CEST||vs Minnesota Timberwolves|
|1/19/20||9:00 pm CEST||at Denver Nuggets|
|1/20/20||10:00 pm CEST||at Utah Jazz|
|1/22/20||10:00 pm CEST||at Phoenix Suns|
|1/24/20||11:30 pm CEST||at Golden State Warriors|
|1/26/20||10:00 pm CEST||at Portland Trail Blazers|
|1/29/20||8:00 pm CEST||vs Chicago Bulls|
|2/1/20||8:00 pm CEST||vs New York Knicks|
|2/3/20||8:00 pm CEST||vs Dallas Mavericks|
|2/5/20||8:30 pm CEST||at Toronto Raptors|
|2/7/20||9:00 pm CEST||vs Toronto Raptors|
|2/8/20||8:30 pm CEST||vs New Orleans Pelicans|
|2/10/20||8:00 pm CEST||vs Brooklyn Nets|
|2/12/20||8:30 pm CEST||vs Milwaukee Bucks|
|2/21/20||8:30 pm CEST||at New York Knicks|
|2/23/20||7:00 pm CEST||at Toronto Raptors|
|2/25/20||8:00 pm CEST||vs Charlotte Hornets|
|2/27/20||9:00 pm CEST||vs Portland Trail Blazers|
|2/29/20||9:00 pm CEST||at Cleveland Cavaliers|
|3/2/20||9:30 pm CEST||at San Antonio Spurs|
|3/4/20||10:30 pm CEST||at Milwaukee Bucks|
|3/6/20||9:00 pm CEST||at Chicago Bulls|
|3/8/20||8:00 pm CEST||at Dallas Mavericks|
|3/10/20||8:00 pm CEST||vs Boston Celtics|
|3/14/20||8:30 pm CEST||at Philadelphia 76ers|
|3/18/20||8:30 pm CEST||vs Golden State Warriors|
|3/20/20||8:00 pm CEST||vs Miami Heat|
|3/21/20||8:00 pm CEST||vs Cleveland Cavaliers|
|3/23/20||8:00 pm CEST||vs Phoenix Suns|
|3/25/20||8:00 pm CEST||at Orlando Magic|
|3/27/20||8:00 pm CEST||vs Houston Rockets|
|3/29/20||11:00 pm CEST||at Sacramento Kings|
|3/31/20||12:30 am CEST||at Los Angeles Clippers|
|4/2/20||12:30 am CEST||at Los Angeles Lakers|
|4/3/20||9:00 pm CEST||vs Brooklyn Nets|
|4/5/20||7:00 pm CEST||vs Washington Wizards|
|4/7/20||9:30 pm CEST||at Miami Heat|
|4/8/20||9:00 pm CEST||at Boston Celtics|
|4/11/20||9:00 pm CEST||vs Orlando Magic|
|4/13/20||9:00 pm CEST||vs San Antonio Spurs|
|4/15/20||9:30 pm CEST||at Washington Wizards|
Indiana Pacers Betting Predictions
Figuring out what we should expect from the Indiana Pacers betting in the coming season is a bit tricky. This is why you can find some online basketball betting tips in this text.
The team has had significant changes this summer. For instance, Victor Oladipo will not be back with the team until next Winter, and everyone is not sure whether they will win.
Currently, top NBA analysts predict that they will win about 48.5 games this coming season. Obviously, it is not logical to win half a game, but bookies are doing this so that you can bet over/under this number.
Despite the odds being stacked against them, it is still interesting to see how high they are ranked in the East by finishing with 48 wins.
Sure enough, they will almost certainly be in the playoffs next year, but 48.5 wins still feel aggressive. We thus think that they will finish somewhere in a more reasonable 42-46 total.
Therefore, betting against the spread is still a great choice. We are also certain that some point spread bets or prop bets are going to be a viable option.
If everything works out for them, there is an excellent chance that the team could improve from where they were a year ago. But regardless of what will happen this season, the future is quite bright for them irrespective of any other predictions.
Thus, in case you are wondering whether picks wagers can count, this Indiana NBA team is still worth considering.
History of the Pacers
Here’s how the Pacers came to be one of the most celebrated teams in the NBA:
- 1967-1976: Six Investors came together and bought the Pacers Franchise. For seven years, they played within Indiana
- 1989-1990: After struggling for a while, they parlayed a quick start after their third appearance to the playoffs. During this time, Reggie Miller was their first team member to take part in the All-Star Game, with an average of 24.6 points per game.
- 1990-1992: From ‘90 to ‘91, they were back as top contenders with a record shattering 41-41 score. And Schrempf was awarded by the NBA as the Sixth Man of that year. They had a favorable time, and they managed to beat the Boston Celtics before losing Game 5, plus a record of 124-121.
- 2010-present: A lot took place from 2010, as their reputation soared. In 2013, they held a record of 20 wins with only three lost games in 2013. Paul George demonstrated significant improvement and was tagged as an MVP candidate.
The team was established on 2nd February in 1967, as a franchise for the ABA (American Basketball Association).
Later, in 1976, they moved to the National Basketball Association.
2004 was by far the best season for the Pacers. They finished with a record of 61-21. At that time, they had 91.4, and their opponent had 85.6 points. So far, they have won a total of three championships, and in 2000, they were the champions of the NBA Eastern Conference.
Most Famous Players
The most famous players that have ever played for the Pacers are;
- Reggie Miller
- Mel Daniels
- Jermain O’Neal
- Danny Granger
- Mark Johnson