Three Games in Four Days for Indiana Pacers to Open Season
The Indiana Pacers open up the season Wednesday in San Antonio, which will not be an easy feat.
Three games in four days – with two playoff teams – is the order for the Pacers. Friday the Pacers head to Charlotte, where the Pacers will finally open up at home against Philadelphia.
The Pacers will need to really show up on Wednesday against the Spurs – a team that is often overlooked as a power in the West. Make no mistake, if Tim Duncan, Parker, and Ginobili.
Friday in Charlotte, the matchups are a bit better against Charlotte. Granger against Wallace will be very interesting as the Pacers look to grab a valuable win on the road.
Andre Iguodala comes to town Saturday, where the Pacers will play at home against another less-than-impressive team in the East. Young point guards will be another story as the Pacers should be able to grab a win with solid play.
Can the Pacers grab two out of three? At least one win, with a second tough win in the first week of the 2010-2011 NBA season would be a nice start for this young team.
Fully healthy with Brandon Rush out for the first five games – the Indiana Pacers season is not too far away. Stay tuned for more.
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