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Larry Bird's Pacers Legacy Continues To Grow There had been rumors of the Indiana Pacers leaving Indianapolis for decades. The franchise actually had to have telethons just to raise money in order to properly fund team activities. The Pacers were extremely successful in the ABA, but they simply have not be able to win an NBA Title. Players like Mel Daniels were very important for the Pacers during their ABA days, and their contributions should not be ignored. You want to be able to make a note of the games that the Denver Nuggets played against the Indiana Pacers, in some legendary battles.
Donnie Walsh is the man that truly saved the Indiana Pacers. Walsh is the man that took the bullets for drafting Reggie Miller, instead of legendary hometown kid Steve Alford. Reggie Miller was not able to find success right away, but the team was able to make some progress under Dick Versace. Versace would go on to talk about how the Pacers needs some more muscle, but the team wasn't ready to draft players like Rik Smits as well.
Larry Brown was the coach that replaced Bob Hill as a head coach. Brown was the man that turned Dale Davis and Antonio Davis into the players that they have become. There are a lot of big guys out there that never quite turn into great players, but with the tutelage of Brown, the Davis "brothers" were able to develop a great mid-range game and also played great defense as players were trying to wander down the lane, getting layups.
The Pacers needed a chance to be able to develop their own rough and tumble defensive plans when they were battling the New York Knicks and the Orlando Magic in the 1990s. Larry did catch some trouble when he tried to replace a veteran bulldog point guard like Mark Jackson with young, Georgia Tech point guard Travis Best.
The old guard in the Indiana front office got tired of some of Brown's ideas when it comes to roster changes, so he took off for the Philadelphia 76ers.
Larry Bird was finally able to bring the Indiana Pacers to the NBA Finals. This was very important, even though they lost the series to the Los Angeles Lakers. Bird grew up in Indiana and he definitely has a passion for Indiana basketball. He was a Sycamore at Indiana State, having done everything he can to make sure the Indiana Pacers can be successful.
The team was able to get a level of success in a different era when Ron Artest and Jermaine O'Neal were added to the team. Reggie Miller began to wear down and his shooting numbers began to sag. You have to be aware of the fact that the team didn't have Jalen Rose around anymore, instead they took the time to feed the ball into Jermaine O'Neal. O'Neal's 20+ PPG were enough to allow the team to make deep playoff runs.
The team is currently making their way with a protege of Rick Pitino, Frank Vogel at the team. A large amount of their offense is coming from people like Paul George and point guard George Hill.