Home games are welcome but offer no assurances

Full story: The Indianapolis Star

The schedule finally offers some solace, but it's hardly the lone remedy for what ails the Indiana Pacers.
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Tinzley

Marysville, OH

#21 Jan 28, 2008
John wrote:
As they continue to make adjustments they Pacers will improve.
They could go 17-5 at home and 8-7 on the road the rest of the way.
Will 23-12 be enough to make the playoffs?
17-5 at home??? Have you been smoking with Harrison?
We Need Ya Back Reggie

United States

#22 Jan 28, 2008
Pacers are dead last in attendance average of 12,068.

http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/attendance
IPS graduates 46 percent

Greens Fork, IN

#23 Jan 28, 2008
PLAYA wrote:
Thank you Bird for the empty crib. The fieldhouse is to nice to only have 5k a night in it, but that how it will stay till Bird is GONE!
From the IBJ:

"The Indiana Pacers have hit rock bottom.

This month, the team slipped into last place in average home attendance among the 30 National Basketball Association teams, falling behind the New Orleans Hornets, a team that is selling tickets in an area still ravaged by Hurricane Katrina."

"If the Pacersí attendance doesnít improve, this could be the worst year since 1990-1991, when the team averaged 11,592 per home game at Market Square Arena. The franchise hasnít slid below 12,000 since then and only dipped below 15,500 once since 1994-1995. That was last year, when average attendance for the 41 home games was 15,359."
Reggie

Greenwood, IN

#24 Jan 28, 2008
Hey,

Can I come back to play?
Duped Taxpayer

Greenwood, IN

#25 Jan 28, 2008
The pattern has been set.

Conseco (The House That Reggie Built) Fieldhouse is now half empty.

Will the new Lucas Oil Stadium suffer the same fate after the Peyton era?

I want my money back!!!!
IPS graduates 46 percent

Greens Fork, IN

#26 Jan 28, 2008
Duped Taxpayer wrote:
The pattern has been set.
Conseco (The House That Reggie Built) Fieldhouse is now half empty.
Will the new Lucas Oil Stadium suffer the same fate after the Peyton era?
I want my money back!!!!
The house that Reggie built is being destroyed by the criminal element on the roster. The community has spoken, is anybody listening?
James M

Indianapolis, IN

#27 Jan 28, 2008
We Need Ya Back Reggie wrote:
Pacers are dead last in attendance average of 12,068.
http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/attendance
Also reported that david Stern is concerned. Uh-oh.
Boston Celtics

Clayton, IN

#28 Feb 1, 2008
Bird, Get trade Dunleavy, Murphy, O'neal before the dead line.
Get another Allstar player on this pacers team.

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