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Are Heat fans as panicky as Pacers fans after Miami's consecutive losses? Yeah, probably. At least the ones who care about the team.
The way Gerald Green and D.J. Augustin have played shows how difficult it can be to be a GM. You just can't predict some players.
RIP Dr. Frank Jobe. Should be in the Baseball Hall of Fame. Ask countless pitchers.
Realize Indiana schools struggling doesn't help, but this seems like worst college b-ball season ever. Brutal to watch.
doing something that is changing the world is wildly different from doing the thing that is changing the world
Finally cracked and got and ig: @donsloan15
With Mack off the table, would any of the other free agent centers available be an upgrade over McGlynn?
Upcoming: quotes from D'Qwell Jackson conference call ...
But can't leave out Roy Hibbert. Since the All-Star break, his FGAs, FG %, Rebs AND Blks are all down.
This season, we've seen the best of Paul George (43 points, career high in Portland) and now the worst...
Devonte has Excelled, improved and won big at Brewster. He's been well coached and in a good basketball culture. Appstate offers non of this
C.J. Watson is day-to-day with a sprained right elbow. In Houston, Pacers look to bounce back vs the Rockets Fri. night.
we use to talk all the time, now, not so much...
Quote of the week. “One man practicing sportsmanship is better than a hundred teaching it.” - Knute Rockne
Enjoyed my 15-plus years living in Indy. But man, it has been a depressing few months. When is the violence going to end?
West: “…Over the last 20gms or so, we just haven’t had our mojo. …Got to change some things up bc these last 20gms is going to be a battle"
With Detroit losing to Chicago, Indiana becomes the first NBA team to clinch a playoff spot. Mission all along is the No. 1 seed, of course.
As others have noted, the Pacers lost just seven times in their first 40 games. They’re 13-8 over the last 21 games.
Bobcats led the entire way in a 109-87 victory over the Pacers, who lose for the second night in a row. 22pts for Turner. PG: 2, Roy: 4.
Turner seems to be an erratic player by nature. Gonna have to live with that rest of season most likely.
Okay. Good night from Charlotte….
Copeland and Turner hit back-to-back 3s. Pacers down 93-79 with 5:46 remaining.
Paul George has reached double figures in every game but one this season (8, L in ATL on 1/10). He’s 0-for-9, with 2pts. -39
Backbreaking 4-point opportunity coming up for Anthony Tolliver.
On a different topic, anybody know how many 5-star, blue-chip, McDonald's A-As Nebraska has on its roster?
David West and Ian Mahinmi standing over the subs, hyping them up before Vogel and the coaches come over to draw up the next play
Copeland has made two 3s… and given up two fouls leading to 3-point plays.
Not two minutes into the 4th, Copeland has made two 3-pointers and a pair of free throws after attacking. 78-65 Bobcats.
Now playing the role of red-hot CJ Watson in Charlotte (Nov. 27)… Chris Copeland
In 1st and 3rd Qs, Pacers shot 10-41 and were outscored 54-27. By the Charlotte F. Bobcats.
Copeland comes in gunning
Of course, the rotation would be jacked up tonight because of no C.J. Watson. But Sloan was so unimpressive, he's going to Evan at point
Pacers down 16 entering the 4th. Chris Copeland on the floor to begin the quarter.
Vogel is throwing the rotation to the wind, and putting in some of the house favorites
CHRIS COPELAND SIGHTING!
As down as I've been on team's play lately, did not see this coming. Really thought they would respond. Baffling. Frustrating. Maddening.
George Hill is still alive and in the building… 17 points
Before the game, Vogel said he sticks w/ normal rotations on back-to-backs. Tonight would be the night to break that tradition
Rasual Butler checking in
I thought PG was out of it when he didn't bother to argue his last offensive foul. Now I'm convinced - twice not paying attn on West passes
Notice Ian Mahinmi shaking his left arm after posting Jefferson and getting fouled? These nicks and bruises add up @ this point in the yr
Feels like it’s time for Vogel, another player to do something to ‘change the game.’ Pacers down by 18.
I wonder if Al Jefferson holds center summits in the summer time. He can teach all these big men a thing or two about iso post work
Paul George finally gets his first points of the game at the foul line with 6:41 left in the 3rd. 0-for-9 from the field.
Quinn noticed a hitch in Lance's stride a few minutes ago, and it does appear he's still not running well.
Ok! NOW CDR has 12x more points than Paul George. There.
Since getting to within three points, the Bobcats have outscored them 14-2 going back to the first half. 55-40 Charlotte.
Paul George hasn't played this badly since last year's oh-fer at Golden State.
Chris Douglas-Roberts has 12x more points than Paul George. Let that simmer in your cranium for a little bit.
I mean, it went in, but a 15-foot turnaround hook shot? No bueno, Roy Hibbert
That's twice McRoberts has grabbed GHill's left arm. Time for somebody to lead with a foot on a drive.
8 point 1Q, 30 point 2Q, 9 point deficit at half. No idea what to expect from here.
Pacers rebound from 8-pt 1Q by outscoring the Bobcats by 11 in the 2Q. They’re down 47-38 at the half. Stephenson has 10pts. PG scoreless.
Turner seems to put effort into defense but doesn't know where to be or the fundamentals.
Scola and Turner providing something worth watching (other than the Hardee's commercials).
George Hill remains in the game, as the Pacers keep chipping away at their deficit. 31-25 Charlotte.
Watson already doubtful with sprained elbow, so Sloan only healthy point guard. If Hill can't return, get ready for a lot of Turner.
George Hill being attended to by trainers, holding his already bruised left shoulder that kept him out two games.
Hill on the court, still holding his arm. Man, that shoulder that given him trouble since 2011. He's already missed 2 gms recently bc/ of it
Hill down again, holding left shoulder again.
George Hill on the ground, left shoulder again