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03-25-2004, 07:06 PM
Okay I will start this off and feel free to add any you may know of also :idea:

The Pacers are now 3-0 in games O'Neal has missed this season

The Pacers are 15-1 when Miller scores at least 15 points.

The Pacers are 16-10 when trailing after the first quarter, the NBA's best mark.

03-25-2004, 07:57 PM
The Pacers are 52-19......... :idea: :unimpressed: :rolleyes: :P

03-26-2004, 02:39 AM

Well then. That settles it.

Let's bench Jermaine and feed the ball to Reggie.

03-26-2004, 02:51 AM
The Pacers are first in the Central Division, and are first in the Eastern Conference, and just happen to be first in the NBA.


I have a feeling this thread will get a lot of smartass answers, but these are actually positive things to read. :thumbup:

03-26-2004, 04:28 AM
The Pacers are 40-5 this season when leading after three quarters.

14-1 when scoring 100 or more points.

The Pacers are 5-0 in their throwback uniforms..

03-26-2004, 10:14 AM
The Pacers are 52-0 when they outscore their opponents.


03-26-2004, 11:38 AM
The Pacers are 52-0 when they outscore their opponents.


And, coincidentally, they are 0-19 when they allow thier opponents more points than they score themselves. :devil:

03-26-2004, 11:51 AM
with thanks to "Pacers notes":

With the Pacers' win vs. Portland, 3/17, Head Coach Rick Carlisle joined a very elite group of NBA Coaches…with that victory, Carlisle won 50 games for the third straight season and become just the seventh NBA coach in the last 37 seasons (since the NBA schedule expanded to 82 games in 1967-68) to win 50+ games in each of his first three full seasons as a head coach in the league…the others to reach 50 wins in their first three full seasons are Pat Riley, Phil Jackson, Paul Westphal, Gregg Popovich, Brian Hill and Rick Adelman…should the Pacers go on to win the Central Division title, Carlisle will become just the second of those seven coaches to also win a division title in each of his first three seasons, joining Pat

Jermaine O'Neal: He is the only player in the Eastern Conference averaging 20+ points and 10+ rebounds…he is one of just five 20-10 players in the NBA this season…O'Neal also ranks among the league's best shot blockers with an average of 2.64 bpg, fourth in the league and second best in the East…O'Neal also leads the East and is third in the NBA in double-doubles with a career-high 41…that is the second most in Pacers' NBA history and is just six short of the Pacers' season record for double-doubles held by Clark Kellogg…he leads the team in free throws made (303) and attempted (403) and he has shot a career-best 75.2 percent FTS…with an average of 20.3 ppg, he is on course to be just the second player in the Pacers' NBA history to average 20+ points in consecutive seasons…the only Pacers' player to ever average 10+ rpg in consecutive seasons, he is looking to do so for the third straight season with a mark 10.1 rpg in 2003-04.

Ron Artest is one of just four players in the NBA averaging 2.0 spg or better…against the Mavericks, 3/24, he collected a career-high tying eight steals--one short of the most by any player in the NBA this season…eight steals are one short of the club record set by Dudley Bradley in 1980.

When Artest AND O'Neal score 20+ points each, the Pacers are 15-3
Pacers are 25 -7 when Artest scores 20+
Pacers are 32-9 when O'Neal scores 20+

Whenoutscoring the opposition in the paint, Pacers are 27 - 7 when being outscored in the paint Pacers are 25 - 12

week of day record:

Sunday 4-3
Monday 8-0
Tuesday 11-3
Wednesday 7-2
Thursday 2-0
Friday 13-5
Saturday 6-6

Artest O'Neal Pollard Anderson Miller 1-2
Artest O'Neal Foster Anderson Jones 1-0
Artest O'Neal Foster Anderson Miller 16-5
Artest Harrington Foster Anderson Miller 1-0
Harrington O'Neal Foster Anderson Miller 2-0
Artest O'Neal Foster Brewer Miller 0-1
Artest O'Neal Foster Johnson Miller 3-2
Harrington O'Neal Foster Johnson Miller 1-0
Artest O'Neal Foster Tinsley Miller 21-6
Artest Harrington Foster Tinsley Miller 2-0
Harrington O'Neal Foster Tinsley Miller 4-3

Cactus Jax
03-26-2004, 12:45 PM
Damn weekend games :mad: :mad: :mad: :devil:. Well hopefully not too many of the playoff games are on the weekend.

03-26-2004, 01:28 PM
Wow...we really suck on the weekends...but we are superb during the week, especially Monday.... :dance:

Will Galen
03-26-2004, 02:21 PM
On a negative note the Pacers have the 29th worst record in the NBA.