Pacers Last Week: Feb. 12 — Collison has surgery, franchise value up 34 percent, leaky roof

A lot happens each week with the Pacers and it’s not easy to stay on top of it. Pacers Last Week keeps updated on everything going on with the franchise.

  • Starting point guard Darren Collison underwent successful arthroscopic left knee surgery on Tuesday, Feb. 6. The procedure was performed at OrthoIndy Hospital and he is expected back in two to three weeks.
  • Former Pacer Josh McRoberts, the native of Carmel, was waived by the Dallas Mavericks on Sunday. He was dealt to the Mavs last summer and only appeared in two games – for a total of six minutes.
  • Forbes estimates that the Pacers are the 22nd most valuable NBA franchise and their value has increase 34 percent over last year.
  • So much for playing in New Orleans. A leak in the roof cause a damp floor at the Smoothie King Center and ultimately the game was postponed.
  • Lavoy Allen has entered the G League, joining the Northern Arizona Suns.
  • Dequan Jones of the Mad Ants will compete in the G League Slam Dunk Contest at All-Star Weekend. Trey McKinney-Jones will play in the G League International Challenge.
  • Kevin Pritchard addressed local reporters after the trade deadline, and for the first time since media day in September.

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