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Pacers Sports & Entertainment and the Pacers Foundation have no better partner than CNO Financial Group," said PS&E President and COO Rick Fuson, who also is chair of the Pacers Foundation.
As Fox put it, the Pacers are on their ``last limbs,'' with Jermaine O'Neal and Jamal Tinsley both battling injuries.
2012 - Heat defeated the Pacers, 4-2 in the Eastern Conference Semifinals 2013 - Heat defeated the Pacers, 4-3 in the Eastern Conference Finals
Last season, CNO Financial Group's three-point charity program raised $18,450 for the Pacers Foundation.
The six-point lead was their biggest of the half, and it preceded four consecutive 3-point field goals by the Pacers.
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The Pacers were ahead 84-80 as the clock ticked inside two minutes, but Ewing hit a jumper, Antonio Davis missed a jumper and Camby tapped in a miss to tie it with 1:23 left.
The demand generated by Pacer fans was so great that two Lockheed L1011 aircrafts (362 seats each) and one Boeing 757 aircraft (216 seats) will now be departing for Atlanta at 1 p.
Rik Smits scored 15 of his 17 points in the first half to lead the Pacers, who also got 14 from Derrick McKey and 12 apiece from Mark Jackson and Ricky Pierce.
The alignment of the two transportation providers will result in a fully integrated wholesale intermodal service that Pacer describes as an expansion of its recently launched "PacerDirect" door-to-door service in the U.
According to Tom Shurstad, president of Pacer International, the Pacer Stacktrain unit achieved the highest weighted score of all double-stack providers in the intermodal category.
About Pacer International -- Pacer International, a leading non-asset based North America third-party logistics and freight transportation provider, offers a broad array of logistics and other services through its subsidiaries and divisions to facilitate the movement of freight from origin to destination.