Indiana Pacers fans will be in for a pretty long season.
There is no more Paul George, and Glenn Robinson III will miss the first two months of the season with an ankle injury.
With the Pacers in rebuild mode, it is possible they will find themselves picking in the lottery after this upcoming season. With that being the case, fans will most likely stop coming to the games.
However, the Pacers look to counteract their fear by channeling a cool feature at the Staples Center.
The Pacers will have lights only on the court during the game this year. Very Staples esque, and I think it's going to be awesome— Tony Donohue (@TonyD1070) October 9, 2017
Considering the Lakers have not been good for years, I think the Pacers can definitely get away with this.
Just know, this decision is not fooling anyone at all.
Have to make sure the cameras see the action on the court and not all the empty seats at Pacers games this season.— Johnny Navarrette (@jnavla) October 9, 2017
Good move. https://t.co/Igj1wrlEYT
Pacers game will be enjoyable to watch; well, mostly from a lighting standpoint.