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Pacers Insider | Indianapolis Star

Stuckey providing defense, improving offense off the bench for Pacers

Then came the injury to his right hamstring, knocking him out of the second game of the season after just four minutes and forcing him to stay off the court for the next 10 games throughout most of November.       

Pacers Insider | Indianapolis Star

Glenn Robinson III gets a chance with the Pacers

Injuries to Paul George have made more playing time available to Glenn Robinson III. Here's how he has fared recently.       

San Francisco Chronicle

Stephen Curry visits, dedicates win to young leukemia patient

INDIANAPOLIS — During the Warriors’ 120-83 win Monday night over the Pacers, Stephen Curry wore an orange and black bracelet with the phrase “BrodyStrong.” “He spent 91 straight days in a hospital battling leukemia, and all he does is support my team and myself,” said Curry, who, along with head coach Steve Kerr, dedicated Golden State’s eighth straight win to Stephens. A die-hard basketball fan, Brody has continued playing the sport at the hospital. Curry reviewed Brody’s card collection, signing each card, and gave him signed jerseys, T-shirts and a basketball.

Pacers Insider | Indianapolis Star

Injury-depleted Pacers no match for Warriors

INDIANAPOLIS — The task became harder, the opponent even more daunting and the objective near impossible to obtain.       

Pacers Insider | Indianapolis Star

Steph Curry on his visit to Riley Hospital for Children

Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry visited 7-year-old Brody Stephens at Riley Hospital for Children on Sunday prior to the Warriors' game against the Pacers on Monday night.       

Pacers Insider | Indianapolis Star

Myles Turner ruled out for tonight's game against Warriors

The already short-handed Indiana Pacers will be even further disadvantaged Monday night against the Golden State Warriors, as starting center Myles Turner has been declared out because of a right ankle injury.       

CSN New England

Stars, studs and duds: Thomas powers through injury, scores 23 in Celtics 105-99 win

He may have started out slow, but Isaiah Thomas found a way to move past his injured finger to help lead the Celtics to a 105-99 win over the Pacers.