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Oh, so LaMarcus Aldridge starts rebounding after I leave? Cool.
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You ever watch a Disney movie with your child and end up liking the movie more than they do? No...yea me neither
You guys are hilarious when you're cynical! haha I can almost picture the eyes rolling out of your heads when you tweet responses :)
More Vogel: "Playing with confidence against us heightens the challenge, for sure."
Roy Hibbert on adjustments: “We’re going to change things up for tomorrow." And by tomorrow, he means Monday's practice??? Game's on Tuesday
Paul George credited Coach Bud's San Antonio-rich offense. "It's all about movement," George said. "It's a tough offense to guard."
More Vogel: "We got a good team, got a good system, got a good culture, got a good group intelligence and we got to bounce back."
Josh McRoberts just yoked em
(5/6) "and I'm only calling y'all wussies because I don't want to get the FCC pissed off at me." - Charles Barkley
(4/6) "Because I'm an Indiana fan for everything y'all stand for. But to come out and play like flat wussies
(3/6) "But 2 come out & play like wussies the last month of the season, get a fresh start & 2 come out @ home last night I was disappointed
(2/6) "And you got Larry Bird in your front office. You've got a terrific coach in Frank Vol, Vogel, excuse me...
(1/6) Barkley: You guys talk all that noise all year. 'We want home court.' And then you come out last night and play like dogs.
Pacers coach Frank Vogel on possible lineup or rotation changes: “We’ll see. … I’m not telling.”
George said he spoke to Vogel about drawing the Teague assignment
Paul George said containing Teague isn’t on one guy but everybody. They will throw different looks at him, one being PG checking him.
Frank Vogel did not want to reveal possible adjustments for Game 2 (makes sense) but one could be Paul George on Teague, per Paul George
"We just got to make sure we get this one here." Hibbert said about Game 2. Which means Gm 2 is a must win? "Yes, it's must win," he replied
Hibbert did tag Tuesday’s game as a “must-win.” I see what he’s getting at but it’s truly not unless ATL has three wins.
Hibbert said the focus was on offense today and changes are likely. “We’re upset, hungry, hurt and ready to go out there & compete.”
Oh yea Welcome home Dre...Yea Doh!!!
Happy birthday on this Easter Sunday to Victoria Pointer. I am not certain of much. I am certain I have the world's finest Mom. Love you.
Watchin this bad boys 30 for 30
Happy Easter Jesus has risen
This week, where literally nothing went right, can’t end soon enough……
Just for the record, contrary to some retired scribes, West didn't say there's no communication among players. Quite the opposite, in fact.
Jeff Teague might be second-best player to come out of Pike HS. You guys didn't see me play, so how do you know if I'm wrong or not?
Hawks take Game 1, 101-93. Jeff Teague with a game-high 28pts. Paul George had 24. Pacers have two days to figure it out.
Gonna be interesting on Tuesday to see what Vogel comes up with. New starting lineup? Different rotation? Drastic circumstance calls for...
Roy's not even trying
Korver just blocked Hibbert again.
Any NBA media representative that casts a ballot for Hibbert as DPOY should have his/her credentials revoked in perpetuity.
The Bank is emptying at a fairly rapid clip now. Looks like if you want to beat traffic, you should stay till the end.
You gotta be kidding me. Now there's a stream starting to the exits… with 5:54 remaining… in a playoff game.
Boos mounting in Bankers Life. Never seen anything like this in a home playoff game that I recall.
Can't remember the last time a home team was booed in Game 1 of the playoffs.
Down 18, Vogel brings Watson in for Mahinmi. Small ball it is.
Pacers going small. Watson for Mahinmi.
Some very bad possessions continuing: PG goes inside because ya know, nobody else is moving. Then D West blows wide open J (no pass poss)
Atlanta ranked 28th in the NBA in rebounding during the season. But it's outrebounding the Pacers 36-31.
Hawks outscored the Pacers by 14 points in the third, and are on top, 80-66. Indy’s Jeff Teague with 14 of his 24 in the 3Q.
Now Rasual Butler, the oldest member of the team, with his arm around Stephenson trying to provide support. Great teammate Butler is.
Hard to believe an offensive set that has 4 players standing and one player running the baseline didn't produce a shot.
Andrew Bynum in the ear of Roy Hibbert on the bench, trying to get him going and pointing specific things out.
Vogel on Teague (22pts): “The whole defensive game plan is keeping him out of the paint. It’s the toughest challenge we’re going to have.”