VIDEO: Pacers engage in post-practice dunk battle

Players spend time after practice working on whatever they want.

Players spend time after practice working on whatever they want.

After shooting free throws to conclude practice, Pacers players are free to do what they want.

Myles Turner frequently works with assistant coach Popeye Jones, for example. Longtime assistant Dan Burke helps with the shooting drills. And so many times the guys play “Around the World,” where they try to hit a certain number of shots in a row from each of about a half-dozen spots around the perimeter. First one to get all the way around (and sometimes back), wins.

Following a light practice on Sunday to look back on their Game 4 win over Toronto to even the best-of-seven series at 2-2, six guys split up on two teams, led by Paul George and George Hill, for a shooting challenge.

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Then after that was done, before handling their media responsibilities, several Pacers took part in a mini dunk battle.

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