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George Hill (knee) is hoping for a mid-to-late December return.

Hill has yet to make his season debut and it looks like he's still a few weeks away. He'll be re-evaluated after the Thanksgiving holiday, but the Pacers figure to be without him for at least another month. You can stash him if you have a deep bench, but if you have to let him go, prepare to grab him again around the middle of next month.
Analyst: Howard Bender  View Profile

21 Nov, 03:10 PMSource

Paul George (leg) says his goal is to play this season. He's ran on the underwater pool and plans to do more court work soon.

We admire his spirit and his desire to get back out onto the court, but he is still a long way away from returning. If you have a deep bench, then you can stash him, but he's really not going to be back anytime before late April.
Analyst: Howard Bender  View Profile

21 Nov, 02:35 PMSource

Donald Sloan scored 11 points (3-8 FGA/ 5-6 FTA) with nine rebounds, six assists and one steal in the Pacers 88-86 win over the Hornets on Wednesday.

This one of Sloan's better all-around games, especially of late. He had nine rebounds in the three games before this, and was able to grab nine rebounds in tonight's game alone. He has been inconsistent of late, but his playing time needs to be monitored for his fantasy value. Some of the injured Pacers are returning and it could eat into Sloan's minutes. He is currently averaging right around 32 minutes per game.
Analyst: Colby Conway  View Profile

19 Nov, 09:30 PM

Roy Hibbert scored 18 points (7-14 FGA/ 4-6 FTA) with 11 rebounds, two assists and one block in the Pacers 88-86 win over the Hornets on Wednesday.

Hibbert has had some really good games this year, and some not so good games. However, this one of his very good games. He notched another double-double and was efficient doing so. He has 10 blocks in his last five games and is being the imposing force in the lane that he was known to be. Hibbert is going to be a big part of the offense and he should be owned in the majority of leagues.
Analyst: Colby Conway  View Profile

19 Nov, 09:26 PM

Luis Scola scored 15 points (6-9 FGA/ 3-4 FTA) with seven rebounds and one steal in the Pacers 88-86 win over the Hornets on Wednesday.

Scola had his best game of the season in their last game, and he followed it up with another strong performance in this one. He now has 36 point and 18 rebounds in his last two games. He should be owned in deeper leagues, and should be gaining attention in shallower leagues if he continues this type of play.
Analyst: Colby Conway  View Profile

19 Nov, 09:22 PM

Donald Sloan (PG) Solomon Hill (SG) Chris Copeland (SF) Luis Scola (PF) Roy Hibbert (C)

19 Nov, 07:06 PM

Rodney Stuckey will come off the bench on Wednesday.

Stuckey has been dealing with a sore left foot and will be eased back into action by Indiana. Given the state of the Pacers, he could find himself in a starting role once he proves he's fully healthy, but that remains to be seen. In the mean time, he should see roughly 15-20 minutes off the bench.
Analyst: David Kerr  View Profile

19 Nov, 05:39 PMSource

C.J. Miles (sore right calf) will not play Wednesday night.

Miles is still dealing with the calf issue and between this injury and the migraines he's been dealing with, he's about to miss his sixth game in the Pacers' last seven. Consider him day-to-day still.
Analyst: Howard Bender  View Profile

19 Nov, 11:06 AMSource

Rodney Stuckey (sore left foot) will play Wednesday night.

After a seven-game absence, Stuckey will finally get back out onto the court. He'll assume the starting job once again and while Solomon Hill will come off the bench to spell him, he should see plenty of minutes with C.J. Miles still out.
Analyst: Howard Bender  View Profile

19 Nov, 11:05 AMSource

As expected, David West (sprained right ankle) will not play on Wednesday.

West has been out the entire season after severely spraining his ankle during the preseason. Continue to stash West in season long fantasy leagues because he will be a valuable asset when he returns from his ankle injury.
Analyst: Mark Kaplan  View Profile

18 Nov, 06:35 PMSource

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