We have made it to All-Star break and for the first time since 1985, the festivities make their way back to Naptown! With that in mind, let's take a look back at some of the best moments in Indiana Pacer history.

10. Making Roger Brown the first player to be signed by the organization. He would go on to have his number 35 retired by the team (1967)  

9. Trading Domantas Sabonis to acquire Tyrese Haliburton before the trade deadline (2022)

8. Joining the NBA after a highly successful run in the ABA (1976)

7. Drafting Reggie Miller 11th instead of the hometown hero, Steve Alford (1987)

6. Outlasting the Knicks in six games to make it to their first NBA Finals (2000)

5. Reggie Miller scores 25 points in the fourth quarter to shock Spike Lee at Madison Square Garden (1994)

4. Mel Daniels wins his first of two ABA MVP awards (1969)

3. Reggie Miller scores eight points in 9 seconds in front of a stunned MSG crowd (1995)

2. Indianapolis native George McGinnis wins ABA MVP, after sharing the honors with Julius Erving (1975)

1. ABA Championship number three, their third in four years and last before the move to the NBA (1973)