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Peck
01-30-2008, 02:37 AM
Ok I know I should know how to do this myself but I am drawing a blank.

Is there anywhere I can go online to get the pacers all-time records? Like a list of most rebounds, points, blocks, etc.

Thanks

Bball
01-30-2008, 02:56 AM
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indiana_Pacers
From wikipedia:

Franchise leaders
Career

* Games: Reggie Miller (1,389)
* Minutes Played: Reggie Miller (47,621)
* Field Goals Made: Reggie Miller (8,241)
* Field Goal Attempts: Reggie Miller (17,699)
* 3-Point Field Goals Made: Reggie Miller (2,560)
* 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: Reggie Miller (6,486)
* Free Throws Made: Reggie Miller (6,237)
* Free Throw Attempts: Reggie Miller (7,026)
* Offensive Rebounds: Dale Davis (2,276)
* Defensive Rebounds: Mel Daniels (5,461)
* Total Rebounds: Mel Daniels (7,643)
* Assists: Reggie Miller (4,141)
* Steals: Reggie Miller (1,505)
* Blocked Shots: Jermaine O'Neal (1,113)
* Turnovers: Reggie Miller (2,409)
* Personal Fouls: Rik Smits (3,011)
* Points: Reggie Miller (25,279)

Per game

* Minutes Played: Mel Daniels (37.07)
* Field Goals Made: Chuck Person (7.85)
* Field Goal Attempts: Chuck Person (16.33)
* 3-Point Field Goals Made: Reggie Miller (1.84)
* 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: Stephen Jackson (4.73)
* Free Throws Made: Detlef Schrempf (5.31)
* Free Throw Attempts: George McGinnis (7.05)
* Offensive Rebounds: Mel Daniels (4.56)
* Defensive Rebounds: Mel Daniels (11.40)
* Total Rebounds: Mel Daniels (15.96)
* Assists: Mark Jackson (8.13)
* Steals: Don Buse (2.55)
* Blocked Shots: Jermaine O'Neal (2.42)
* Turnovers: Ricky Sobers (4.10)
* Personal Fouls: James Edwards (4.04)
* Points: George McGinnis (19.60)

Per 48 minutes

* Field Goals Made: Billy Knight (11.41)
* Field Goal Attempts: George McGinnis (23.53)
* 3-Point Field Goals Made: Chris Mullin (2.74)
* 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: Reggie Miller (6.54)
* Free Throws Made: Detlef Schrempf (7.57)
* Free Throw Attempts: George McGinnis (10.33)
* Offensive Rebounds: Mel Bennett (6.38)
* Defensive Rebounds: Mel Daniels (14.76)
* Total Rebounds: Mel Daniels (20.66)
* Assists: Mark Jackson (13.09)
* Steals: Dudley Bradley (4.89)
* Blocked Shots: Granville Waiters (3.55)
* Turnovers: George McGinnis (5.77)
* Personal Fouls: Greg Dreiling (10.57)
* Points: Billy Knight (29.09)

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Individual awards

NBA Defensive Player of the Year

* Ron Artest - 2004

NBA Rookie of the Year

* Chuck Person - 1987

NBA Sixth Man of the Year

* Detlef Schrempf - 1991, 1992

NBA Most Improved Player of the Year

* Jalen Rose - 2000
* Jermaine O'Neal - 2002

NBA Coach of the Year

* Jack McKinney - 1981
* Larry Bird - 1998

All-NBA Second Team

* Jermaine O'Neal - 2004

All-NBA Third Team

* Reggie Miller - 1995, 1996, 1998
* Jermaine O'Neal - 2002, 2003
* Ron Artest - 2004

NBA All-Defensive First Team

* Don Buse - 1977
* Ron Artest - 2004, 2006

NBA All-Defensive Second Team

* Dudley Bradley - 1981
* Michael Williams - 1992
* Derrick McKey - 1995, 1996
* Ron Artest - 2003

NBA Rookie First Team

* Clark Kellogg - 1983
* Steve Stipanovich - 1984
* Chuck Person - 1987
* Rik Smits - 1989

NBA Rookie Second Team

* Jamaal Tinsley - 2002
* Danny Granger - 2006

jmoney2584
01-30-2008, 03:02 AM
Wow, I always new Reggie was the face of the pacers....points, 3ptrs, fts, but on the overall career list (the first one at the top) I guess I never really thought about how much he dominates every other person in franchise history. Given, that happens when you roll for 18 years...but his tattoo on this franchise really is amazing..damn i miss it

Peck
01-30-2008, 03:17 AM
Thanks Bball, but I'm looking more for an entire list not just the tops of the catagory's

In other words I would like to find the top 10 in each catagory.

burnzone
01-30-2008, 04:20 AM
Peck, I'm not sure if this is what you're looking for, but I always use both of these sites:

http://www.basketball-reference.com/teams/IND/

On this one, if you click on 'Indiana Pacers' for whatever year you choose, it will bring up the leaders for that season.



The Next one is probably mainly all time NBA stats, but I find it informative as well.

http://www.rauzulusstreet.com/basketball/nbarecords/nbarecords.htm

Jose Slaughter
01-30-2008, 08:50 AM
Its 05-06 but its better than nothing.

http://www.nba.com/media/pacers/Pacers%20Media%20Guide_Franchise%20History.pdf

NuffSaid
01-30-2008, 09:57 AM
Wow, I always new Reggie was the face of the pacers....points, 3ptrs, fts, but on the overall career list (the first one at the top) I guess I never really thought about how much he dominates every other person in franchise history. Given, that happens when you roll for 18 years...but his tattoo on this franchise really is amazing..damn i miss it
You never know just how much a player impacts a team until he's gone.

I miss him, too, but...life goes on.

JayRedd
01-30-2008, 10:15 AM
Its 05-06 but its better than nothing.

http://www.nba.com/media/pacers/Pacers%20Media%20Guide_Franchise%20History.pdf

Wow...This is awesome. Thanks.

I had always wondered who the athletic trainer was from 1967-1970.

JayRedd
01-30-2008, 10:23 AM
Jamaal had 23 assists in his 14th ever game in the NBA.

That's amazing. And also makes me sad.

Dr. Goldfoot
01-30-2008, 10:34 AM
JT is 4th all-time in assists and 5th in steals.

Sollozzo
01-30-2008, 02:23 PM
Peck, I really recommend that you pick up a Pacers media guide. They are just about 11 bucks from the gift shop. They have every Pacer statistical category that you could ever want as well as year by year overviews.