Indiana Pacers Tickets
The Indiana Pacers basketball franchise has been an essential part of the National Basketball Association since they joined the league in 1976. However, the team actually began nearly a decade earlier in 1967 when they were members of the American Basketball Association (ABA). Today, the Indiana Pacers play in the Central Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Fans can spot the Indiana Pacers with their iconic navy, gold and silver uniforms or see them live in action at their home stadium.The company, which is owned by Herb Simon, play all of their home games in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana at the Bankers Life Fielldhouse; a basketball arena that the team shares with the city’s WNBA team.
The Indiana Pacers had a great deal of success during their time with the ABA and won three championships as a franchise before coming to the NBA. While they needed some time to find their groove once entering the NBA, when the Indiana Pacers acquired hall of fame star Reggie Miller in 1987 they began their resurgence in the league and became the well respected and highly successful team that they are known for being today. During their long and successful careers as an organization the Indiana Pacers have won their three ABA Championships, won six conference titles and seven division titles.
During their long and detailed history as an organization the team has had a number of hall of fame athletes in addition to Reggie Miller which include players such as Roger Brown, Mel Daniles, and Chris Mullin. With some big name players such as these having worn the Indiana Pacers uniforms and with big name coaches such as Larry Bird, Jack Ramsay, Isiah Thomas and Larry Brown all working for the Indiana Pacers there is no denying this team’s association with true NBA talent. Today, the Indiana Pacers continue this tradition of excellence and often seen as one of the most promising and most athletic teams in the NBA today. After a history filled with true basketball greats fans can expect that the team will continue to live up to its reputable name within the NBA season after season.