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The Indiana Pacers have been going through it as a team. From the best team in the league to the struggles their facing now, everyone from fans to pundits are confused about what is going on with the team.

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the teams chemistry, or lack there of, is getting worse.

Wojo reports that Evan Turner had to be pulled out of practice by two Pacers after getting into a fistfight with teammate Lance Stephenson the day prior to Game 1 of their first round playoff series against the Hawks.

On the eve of this Eastern Conference series, the wobbling No. 1 seed punctuated its final playoff preparations in a most self-destructive way: Two Indiana Pacers dragged a cursing, cut Evan Turner out of the Bankers Life Fieldhouse court, untangling him from a practice-floor fistfight with teammate Lance Stephenson.

Turner hadn’t been the first Pacer to lose his temper with Stephenson these tumultuous several weeks, and Stephenson’s relentlessly irritable nature suggests Turner won’t be the last. These scrapes aren’t uncommon in the NBA, but this confrontation had been weeks in the making and that reflected in the ferocity of the encounter, sources told Yahoo Sports.

Looks like it’s going to be a rough post-season for the Pacers.

Source: Beyondthebuzzer