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Indy Cornrows Feb 6, 2016

Pacers Injury Update: Ian Mahinmi Returns To Lineup Vs Pistons

Center Ian Mahinmi will make his return tonight as the Pacers take on the Detroit Pistons. Mahinmi had previously been out of action for the past four games due to a lower-back injury. Indiana Pacers head coach Frank Vogel announced earlier in the afternoon that center Ian Mahinmi will be returning from injury tonight against the Pistons and that the team will integrate Mahinmi into the starting lineup alongside rookie Myles Turner. Coach Vogel said pregame that Ian Mahinmi will be available tonight and will be a starter. — Indiana Pacers (@Pacers) February 6, 2016 The return of Mahinmi...
Indy Cornrows Feb 5, 2016

Pacers Links: Myles Turner appears on NBA TV, Ian Mahinmi out against Hawks

Rookie big man Myles Turner spent his evening off in Atlanta appearing on NBA TV while veteran teammate Ian Mahinmi stayed home and will not be available for the Pacers on Friday. Traditionally, spending an off day (and night) in Atlanta is trouble for visiting NBA teams thanks to the vibrant night life options for the young ballers. However, it looks like the Pacers' youngest baller, rookie Myles Turner, found a harmless way to spend his idle time in ATL on Thursday night by dropping by the Turner Studios for a segment on NBA TV Game Time. Turner joined Jared Greenberg and Steve Smith to...
Indy Cornrows Jan 26, 2016

Pacers Links: Ian Mahinmi hopes to play against Clippers, Shayne Whittington recalled from Fort Wayne

The Pacers hope to bolster their defense by having Ian Mahinmi available on Tuesday night but his ankle will keep him a game-time decision at best. The Pacers recalled Shayne Whittingon from the D-League on Monday which on the surface appeared to be bad news for the injury status of Ian Mahinmi. The Pacers starting center sat out most of the team's practice on Monday but Frank Vogel held out hope that Mahinmi would be able to give it a go on Tuesday night when the Pacers host the Clippers, claiming there was a 50 percent chance he'll play. So Mahinmi will either play or he won't. We'll...
Indy Cornrows Jan 25, 2016

Chartography: On the Bright Spot that is Myles Turner

We've heard plenty about Justice Winslow's defense, Minny's future with KAT, and the phenomenon that is Kristaps Porzingis. Now, it's time to talk about Myles Turner. Not much has gone right for the Indiana Pacers as of late. They've lost six of their last eight games. They have a penchant for surrendering fourth quarter leads. Paul George's legs, having traveled the seventh-most miles in the NBA this season, look noticeably fatigued. Ian Mahinmi suffered an ankle sprain against the Phoenix Suns and has been out ever since. They are still without their super-sub for the foreseeable...
Indy Cornrows Jan 22, 2016

Pacers missing George Hill, Mahinmi and Stuckey versus Golden State

Pacers missing two starters tonight versus the Warriors. After spraining his left ankle in Indiana's victory over Phoenix on Tuesday, Ian Mahinmi will join George Hill and Rodney Stuckey on the inactive list for Friday's matchup with Golden State. Hill remains out due to personal reasons, while Stuckey is also dealing with ankle issues. Injury update for tonight: G. Hill: Out (personal reasons) Mahinmi: Out (sprained left ankle) Stuckey: Out (right ankle sprain/bruise) — Indiana Pacers (@Pacers) January 22, 2016 The Pacers battle the 39-4 Golden State Warriors tonight, with tip-off...
Indy Cornrows Jan 20, 2016

Pacers Links: Pacers find silver lining in recent injury woes

While a few veteran players have been unable to play lately, a trio of young Pacers have seized the opportunity to play. The Pacers have missed the veteran presence of Rodney Stuckey, George Hill and Ian Mahinmi at various points in the games they've missed recently. Stuckey (foot) and Mahinmi (ankle) have injuries which may keep them in and out of action the rest of the season. George Hill has been tending to personal issues, which in the context of the NBA season is a good thing. While he's surely dealing with mental strain, his body has had a chance to rest for several days. The missing...
Indy Cornrows Jan 19, 2016

Ian Mahinmi to start for Pacers tonight

The Pacers center was probable, but will play despite a sore left heel. After being listed as 'probable' earlier in the day, Pacers center Ian Mahinmi will start for Indiana tonight versus the Phoenix Suns. . @ianmahinmi warming up, the big fella is back & set to start tonight for the @Pacers against the @Suns @FSIndiana pic.twitter.com/dbCADqh0Cn — Jeremiah Johnson (@JJFSINDIANA) January 20, 2016 No word yet on the status of George Hill, who was listed as questionable earlier in the day and didn't play versus the Nuggets two nights ago due to personal reasons. Tip-off is listed for...
Indy Cornrows Jan 19, 2016

Stuckey out, Mahinmi probable, George Hill questionable for tonight's game at Phoenix

Rodney Stuckey out tonight, while Ian Mahinmi and George Hill could return despite sitting versus the Nuggets just two nights ago. On Sunday, the Pacers reported that guard Rodney Stuckey will miss at least two weeks due to an injury to his right foot suffered in a victory over Phoenix last Thursday. With that, Stuckey is the only Pacer confirmed to be out for tonight's rematch versus the Suns in Phoenix. George Hill and Ian Mahinmi could also miss tonight's game. Here's the injury report for tonight's game, as tweeted by the Pacers on Tuesday afternoon: Injury report for tonight: G....
Indy Cornrows Jan 17, 2016

Pacers Injury Update: George Hill And Ian Mahinmi Out Tonight Vs. Nuggets

The Indiana Pacers announced earlier this evening that the team will be without starting point guard George Hill and center Ian Mahinmi tonight as the Pacers travel to Denver to face the Nuggets. Just a mere two days after the Pacers got completely embarrassed at home to the Washington Wizards, losing 118-104 in a game in which the team completely lacked rebounding and a consistent scoring effort, they will be without one of their top rebounders and top scorers Sunday night against the Nuggets. It had been announced earlier in the day that Hill (personal reasons) and Mahinmi (sore left...
Indy Cornrows Jan 12, 2016

Chartography: New Year, New Ian Mahinmi?

On the Frenchman's career-year Revolution with the Indiana Pacers. Something happened last Friday that has never once happened before in the last four seasons. For one game only, Ian Mahinmi was the best two-way player for the Indiana Pacers. Against the New Orleans Pelicans, he recorded a double-double while blocking a season-high four shots. With Paul George going 3-of-13 from the field and Monta Ellis committing six turnovers, Mahinmi's performance served as a beacon of pure effort in a sea of what was otherwise a victory of the ugliest variety. "Ian was good," Vogel admitted after...

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