Pacers Roundup: Players close chapter on 2016-17 season

Since the Pacers’ season ended Sunday in a Game 4 home loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers, several members of the 15-man roster have posted on Twitter or Instagram — or in some cases, both — to cap the 2016-17 season. Exit interviews were held early this week.

They went 42-40 in the regular season, three wins fewer than the previous year, and were swept in Round 1 by the reigning champions.

Eight in all have sent something out, less than half of the team. Most notably, starters Jeff Teague and Myles Turner did. Three who did not — Monta Ellis, Aaron Brooks, and Al Jefferson — do not have or are not active on social media.

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"Counting my blessings,Can't complain life is great"

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And Lavoy, whose account is private

Surprisingly, Paul George has yet to post about the season beyond his final game press conference.

Last year, he posted shortly after their Game 7 loss in Toronto.

This was a season he was eager to get going, though. He posted numerous times about his readiness to get back on the floor.

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#PacerNation can it be here already?!

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We will hear from coach Nate McMillan during his end-of-the-season press conference Thursday at 11:00 am, and then Larry Bird on Monday.

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