INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The Indiana Pacers threw a Gold Swagger Party on Pennsylvania Avenue Saturday evening.
Fans jammed to music, played basketball games, and got signatures from Pacers greats like Rik Smits, George McGinnis, and Billy Keller.
The family free event kicked off two hours before the Pacers tipped off against the Heat.
The event brought in a diverse group of people that included some fans who were draped in Pacers garb and face paint.
It's do or die tonight as the Pacers take on the Miami Heat in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Before tip off, fans were treated to a Gold Swagger Party with dozens of free activities.
When the Gold Swagger Party ended, fans filed into the game or went inside the nearest bar or restaurant to watch the game.
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