|2019-20 Indiana Pacers season|
|Head coach||Nate McMillan|
|General manager||Chad Buchanan|
|Arena||Bankers Life Fieldhouse|
|Place||Division: 2nd (Central)|
Conference: 4th (Eastern)
|Playoff finish||First Round|
(Lost to Heat 0-4)
|Television||Fox Sports Indiana|
|Radio||1070 The Fan|
The 2019-20 Indiana Pacers season was Indiana's 53rd season as a franchise and 44th season in the NBA.
The season was suspended by the league officials following the games of March 11 after it was reported that Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19. The season for the Pacers and 21 other playoff-contending teams resumed in the 2020 NBA Bubble on July 30, with Indiana finishing the season in the bubble with a 45-28 record and the fourth seed in the Eastern Conference.
The Pacers were defeated in four games by the Miami Heat in the first round of the playoffs. For the third time in four years the Pacers were swept in the playoffs, and the loss marked their fifth consecutive defeat in the first round. Head coach Nate McMillan was subsequently fired after four seasons, having failed to win a playoff series with a 3-16 postseason record.
|1||18||Goga Bitadze||Center||Georgia|| Mega Bemax|
|2||50||Jarrell Brantley||Power Forward||United States||Charleston|
Entering draft night, the Pacers held a first and a second-round draft pick. The 50th pick was traded to the Utah Jazz for cash considerations.
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|3||x - Boston Celtics||48||24||.667||7.5||72|
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|6||x - Philadelphia 76ers||43||30||.589||13.0||73|
|7||x - Brooklyn Nets||35||37||.486||20.5||72|
|8||x - Orlando Magic||33||40||.452||23.0||73|
|12||New York Knicks||21||45||.318||31.5||66|