Saturday, October 05, 2002

NBA Pacers will open XU camp today



By Dustin Dow, ddow@enquirer.com
The Cincinnati Enquirer

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Indiana Pacers head coach Isiah Thomas, center in polo shirt, pulls the team together at the close of practice Friday.
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        The NBA's Indiana Pacers announced they would open Cintas Center to the public at 11a.m. today for an open practice. It will be the only open practice during training camp. It wasn't determined how long the practice would last or if players would be available for autographs.

        With the Pacers using XU's on-campus arena for training camp, several Musketeers players have taken the opportunity to drop by practice.

        “We went on fall break (Thursday),” Matta said. “About five of our guys went home, which we encourage them to do. Others have been peeking in and watching the Pacers. That's good for our guys to see how an NBA camp runs and see how hard those guys work.”

       



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