GetOdom

01-06-2006, 02:18 AM

ITS OVERRR!!!

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GetOdom

01-06-2006, 02:18 AM

ITS OVERRR!!!

Anthem

01-06-2006, 02:18 AM

Fouled Saras!!! We're gonna win this thing!

317Kim

01-06-2006, 02:18 AM

NO HE MISSED THE FT PACERS UP 4!

55 sec left DEFENSE! DEFENSE! RUNI REBOUNDS YES!

HE IS FOULED AND WE ARE IN THE PENALTY! [breathing easily now..well better]

55 sec left DEFENSE! DEFENSE! RUNI REBOUNDS YES!

HE IS FOULED AND WE ARE IN THE PENALTY! [breathing easily now..well better]

Shade

01-06-2006, 02:19 AM

Starting to feel a little bit better...

317Kim

01-06-2006, 02:19 AM

COME ON RUNI MAKE THESE FTs!!!! RUNI! :yes: got em both! :D :D :D :D

:woot2: UP 6! LET ME HEAR IT UP 6:D

TIMEOUT!

UP 6 WE ARE UP SIX! 95-89

:woot2: UP 6! LET ME HEAR IT UP 6:D

TIMEOUT!

UP 6 WE ARE UP SIX! 95-89

Shade

01-06-2006, 02:20 AM

COME ON RUNI MAKE THESE FTs!!!! RUNI! :yes: got em both! :D :D :D :D

:woot2: UP 6! LET ME HEAR IT UP 6:D

TIMEOUT!

UP 6 WE ARE UP SIX! 95-89

So...how many are we up by?

:woot2: UP 6! LET ME HEAR IT UP 6:D

TIMEOUT!

UP 6 WE ARE UP SIX! 95-89

So...how many are we up by?

SoupIsGood

01-06-2006, 02:20 AM

[breathing easily now..well better]

:laugh:

:laugh:

Anthem

01-06-2006, 02:20 AM

UP 6 WE ARE UP SIX! 95-89

Not yet we're not... but we're close.

Not yet we're not... but we're close.

317Kim

01-06-2006, 02:20 AM

48.7 SEC LEFT! LETS GO PACERS DEFENSE!

NO THREES NO FOULING BEHIND THE ARC..JUST GOOD OL D!!

NO THREES NO FOULING BEHIND THE ARC..JUST GOOD OL D!!

Shade

01-06-2006, 02:21 AM

Turn out the lights, the party's over... :happydanc

317Kim

01-06-2006, 02:22 AM

So...how many are we up by?

6 SIX!!! SIX!!!!!

DANGER!! DUNK!! WOOOOO!!! THATS IT ITS OVER GO PACERS!

NOW EIGHT! BARON DAVIS FOULS OUT! :nono: MORE OF HIM! FRED THERES UR REVENGE! :devil:

6 SIX!!! SIX!!!!!

DANGER!! DUNK!! WOOOOO!!! THATS IT ITS OVER GO PACERS!

NOW EIGHT! BARON DAVIS FOULS OUT! :nono: MORE OF HIM! FRED THERES UR REVENGE! :devil:

Shade

01-06-2006, 02:22 AM

WHEW.

That is all.

P.S. I @%*%#@& HATE NBA referees. HATE THEM.

Okay. NOW that is all.

That is all.

P.S. I @%*%#@& HATE NBA referees. HATE THEM.

Okay. NOW that is all.

Roy Munson

01-06-2006, 02:23 AM

Very good win.

317Kim

01-06-2006, 02:23 AM

DANGER HIT BOTH FTs! DANGER! DANGER! WOO UP 10 UP 10 I SAID WE'RE UP 10 :woot2: :woot: :woohoo: CATCHIN UP TO THE CAVS SINCE THEY LOST TANITE :D WOO! ITS LATE IM NOT TIRED!!

Shade

01-06-2006, 02:23 AM

6 SIX!!! SIX!!!!!

DANGER!! DUNK!! WOOOOO!!! THATS IT ITS OVER GO PACERS!

NOW EIGHT! BARON DAVIS FOULS OUT! :nono: MORE OF HIM! FRED THERES UR REVENGE! :devil:

Funny, looks more like TEN to me... ;)

DANGER!! DUNK!! WOOOOO!!! THATS IT ITS OVER GO PACERS!

NOW EIGHT! BARON DAVIS FOULS OUT! :nono: MORE OF HIM! FRED THERES UR REVENGE! :devil:

Funny, looks more like TEN to me... ;)

SoupIsGood

01-06-2006, 02:24 AM

WHEW.

That is all.

P.S. I @%*%#@& HATE NBA referees. HATE THEM.

Okay. NOW that is all.

I couldn't believe they missed that charge Danger drew late in the game

That is all.

P.S. I @%*%#@& HATE NBA referees. HATE THEM.

Okay. NOW that is all.

I couldn't believe they missed that charge Danger drew late in the game

granger

01-06-2006, 02:24 AM

:champagne

:morning:

:morning:

317Kim

01-06-2006, 02:24 AM

17-13!! JO TO BE BACK ON SUNDAY! JT EXPECTED TO BE BACK! WOOOOO! GO PACERS!!!!

317Kim

01-06-2006, 02:25 AM

THIS WAS A JOLLY GOOD WIN!

Fisher missed a 3..ITS OVER BABY!

FINAL SCORE

99-89 :thepacers

Fisher missed a 3..ITS OVER BABY!

FINAL SCORE

99-89 :thepacers

BostonConnection

01-06-2006, 02:25 AM

Final Score: :pimp:

:thepacers 99

:warriors: 89

:thepacers 99

:warriors: 89

Unclebuck

01-06-2006, 02:25 AM

Poorly officiated game tonight. I think they thought this was a high school game

Shade

01-06-2006, 02:25 AM

FINAL

:thepacers 99

:warriors: 89

:happydanc

:thepacers 99

:warriors: 89

:happydanc

Isaac

01-06-2006, 02:26 AM

Unbelievable that some of you still found a way to rag on Jack in this thread.

Stephen Jackson was the best player on the court tonight. PERIOD!!

On another note, lets get Ike Diogu!!!

Stephen Jackson was the best player on the court tonight. PERIOD!!

On another note, lets get Ike Diogu!!!

317Kim

01-06-2006, 02:26 AM

:dance2::woot: WE WON! WE WON! :woot: JO IS COMIN BACK :woot2: JO! JO!!

SUNDAYS GAME VS KINGS! :woohoo: :dance2: :dance2:

CRO SAYS HE WAS PROUD TO BE A PACER TONIGHT :proud:

SUNDAYS GAME VS KINGS! :woohoo: :dance2: :dance2:

CRO SAYS HE WAS PROUD TO BE A PACER TONIGHT :proud:

GetOdom

01-06-2006, 02:27 AM

Back to Ron Artest so where does he go? ;)

Miller4ever

01-06-2006, 02:28 AM

i know the refs were pretty bad today.. but.. i think we almost lose this game because of johnson.. why carlisle keep using him when he have bad nights?.. we can use fred jones and runi instead... also he have gill (lol)

317Kim

01-06-2006, 02:30 AM

Wow..It's 1.31 in the morning..ARE YOU SERIOUS! IT WAS WORTH STAYIN UP FOR THOUGH!

Unclebuck

01-06-2006, 02:31 AM

i know the refs were pretty bad today.. but.. i think we almost lose this game because of johnson.. why carlisle keep using him when he have bad nights?.. we can use fred jones and runi instead... also he have gill (lol)

Unless you want Gill in there AJ has to be in. Saras could not defend Baron or Richardson. So AJ had to play

Unless you want Gill in there AJ has to be in. Saras could not defend Baron or Richardson. So AJ had to play

317Kim

01-06-2006, 02:31 AM

Question is, will we make use of it....

:grinyes:

:grinyes:

Lord Helmet

01-06-2006, 02:33 AM

:grinyes:

:cool:

:cool:

317Kim

01-06-2006, 02:34 AM

:cool:

:highfive:!

:highfive:!

Miller4ever

01-06-2006, 02:34 AM

Unless you want Gill in there AJ has to be in. Saras could not defend Baron or Richardson. So AJ had to play

fred can guard baron and jackson rich.. dont they?

fred can guard baron and jackson rich.. dont they?

GO!!!!!

01-06-2006, 02:35 AM

Fred should go to dribbling school so we can make him a back up PG

SoupIsGood

01-06-2006, 02:35 AM

Unless you want Gill in there AJ has to be in. Saras could not defend Baron or Richardson. So AJ had to play

Yeah God forbid we play a player for his offense for once.

Yeah God forbid we play a player for his offense for once.

317Kim

01-06-2006, 02:37 AM

hmm nice! 5 players scored in double figures tonight :)

BostonConnection

01-06-2006, 02:40 AM

<table width="100%" border="1" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="2"><tr class="bg0away"><td class="bg0awayfont" bgcolor=blue><b>Indiana Pacers STATISTICS</b></td></tr></table><div class=SLTables1><table width=100% cellpadding=2 cellspacing=1 border=1><tr height=17 class=bg3 align=right valign=middle><td class=bg1 align=left>STARTERS</td><td class=bg1 align=right>M</td><td class=bg1 align=center>FG</td><td class=bg1 align=center>3FG</td><td class=bg1 align=center>FT</td><td class=bg1 align=righy>OR</td><td class=bg1 align=right>TR</td><td class=bg1 align=right>A</td><td class=bg1 align=right>TO</td><td class=bg1 align=right>STL</td><td class=bg1 align=right>BLK</td><td class=bg1 align=right>PF</td><td class=bg1 align=right>PTS</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg2 align=right valign=middle><td align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/154572">S. Jackson</a>, SG</td><td align=right>41</td><td align=center>12-23</td><td align=center>1-4</td><td align=center>2-5</td><td align=righy>0</td><td align=right>6</td><td align=right>3</td><td align=right>4</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>3</td><td align=right>27</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg3 align=right valign=middle><td align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/6524">A. Croshere</a>, PF</td><td align=right>33</td><td align=center>6-14</td><td align=center>3-6</td><td align=center>2-2</td><td align=righy>3</td><td align=right>11</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>2</td><td align=right>2</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>2</td><td align=right>17</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg2 align=right valign=middle><td align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/555950">D. Granger</a>, SF</td><td align=right>29</td><td align=center>4-8</td><td align=center>1-1</td><td align=center>4-4</td><td align=righy>1</td><td align=right>6</td><td align=right>3</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>2</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>3</td><td align=right>13</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg3 align=right valign=middle><td align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/6635">A. Johnson</a>, PG</td><td align=right>25</td><td align=center>3-10</td><td align=center>0-3</td><td align=center>3-6</td><td align=righy>0</td><td align=right>2</td><td align=right>4</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>9</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg2 align=right valign=middle><td align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/498286">D. Harrison</a>, C</td><td align=right>15</td><td align=center>3-4</td><td align=center>0-0</td><td align=center>0-0</td><td align=righy>2</td><td align=right>5</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>2</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>3</td><td align=right>6</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg3 align=right valign=middle><td class=bg1 align=left>BENCH</td><td class=bg1 align=right>M</td><td class=bg1 align=center>FG</td><td class=bg1 align=center>3FG</td><td class=bg1 align=center>FT</td><td class=bg1 align=righy>OR</td><td class=bg1 align=right>TR</td><td class=bg1 align=right>A</td><td class=bg1 align=right>TO</td><td class=bg1 align=right>STL</td><td class=bg1 align=right>BLK</td><td class=bg1 align=right>PF</td><td class=bg1 align=right>PTS</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg2 align=right valign=middle><td align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/139063">J. Foster</a>, C</td><td align=right>26</td><td align=center>1-1</td><td align=center>0-0</td><td align=center>2-2</td><td align=righy>1</td><td align=right>10</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>4</td><td align=right>4</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg3 align=right valign=middle><td align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/561840">S. Jasikevicius</a>, PG</td><td align=right>24</td><td align=center>2-5</td><td align=center>2-4</td><td align=center>6-6</td><td align=righy>0</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>2</td><td align=right>2</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>3</td><td align=right>12</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg2 align=right valign=middle><td align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/307841">F. Jones</a>, SG</td><td align=right>21</td><td align=center>3-8</td><td align=center>1-3</td><td align=center>4-5</td><td align=righy>0</td><td align=right>2</td><td align=right>2</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>6</td><td align=right>11</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg3 align=right valign=middle><td align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/205101">E. Gill</a>, SG</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=center>0-0</td><td align=center>0-0</td><td align=center>0-0</td><td align=righy>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>0</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg2 align=right valign=middle><td colspan=1 align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/6724">J. O'Neal</a>, PF</td><td colspan=12 align=center>Did Not Play</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg3 align=right valign=middle><td colspan=1 align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/6744">S. Pollard</a>, C</td><td colspan=12 align=center>Did Not Play</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg2 align=right valign=middle><td colspan=1 align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/6834">S. Walker</a>, PF</td><td colspan=12 align=center>Did Not Play</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg3 align=right valign=middle><td colspan=1 align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/139045">R. Artest</a>, SF</td><td colspan=12 align=center>Did Not Play</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg2 align=right valign=middle><td colspan=1 align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/139047">J. Bender</a>, SF</td><td colspan=12 align=center>Did Not Play</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg3 align=right valign=middle><td colspan=1 align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/240313">J. Tinsley</a>, PG</td><td colspan=12 align=center>Did Not Play</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg2 align=right valign=middle><td class=bg4 align=left><b>Totals</b></td><td class=bg4 align=right> </td><td class=bg4 align=center><b>34-73</b></td><td class=bg4 align=center><b>8-21</b></td><td class=bg4 align=center><b>23-30</b></td><td class=bg4 align=righy>7</td><td class=bg4 align=right>43</td><td class=bg4 align=right>15</td><td class=bg4 align=right>14</td><td class=bg4 align=right>7</td><td class=bg4 align=right>2</td><td class=bg4 align=right>26</td><td class=bg4 align=right>99</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg3 align=right valign=middle><td colspan=2 class=bg4 align=left> </td><td colspan=1 class=bg4 align=center>46.6%</td><td colspan=1 class=bg4 align=center>38.1%</td><td colspan=1 class=bg4 align=center>76.7%</td><td colspan=8 class=bg4 align=center> </td></tr></table></div></div><div class="SLTables1"><div class=SLTables1><table width=100% cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 border=1></table></div></div><div class="spacer10"> </div><div class="SLTables1"><table width="100%" border="1" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="2"><tr class="bg0home"><td class="bg0homefont" bgcolor=orange><b>Golden State Warriors STATISTICS</b></td></tr></table><div class=SLTables1><table width=100% cellpadding=2 cellspacing=1 border=1><tr height=17 class=bg3 align=right valign=middle><td class=bg1 align=left>STARTERS</td><td class=bg1 align=right>M</td><td class=bg1 align=center>FG</td><td class=bg1 align=center>3FG</td><td class=bg1 align=center>FT</td><td class=bg1 align=righy>OR</td><td class=bg1 align=right>TR</td><td class=bg1 align=right>A</td><td class=bg1 align=right>TO</td><td class=bg1 align=right>STL</td><td class=bg1 align=right>BLK</td><td class=bg1 align=right>PF</td><td class=bg1 align=right>PTS</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg2 align=right valign=middle><td align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/307825">M. Dunleavy</a>, SF</td><td align=right>41</td><td align=center>8-12</td><td align=center>1-4</td><td align=center>2-2</td><td align=righy>1</td><td align=right>5</td><td align=right>3</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>19</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg3 align=right valign=middle><td align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/139059">B. Davis</a>, PG</td><td align=right>37</td><td align=center>6-15</td><td align=center>0-2</td><td align=center>4-5</td><td align=righy>1</td><td align=right>7</td><td align=right>5</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>5</td><td align=right>16</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg2 align=right valign=middle><td align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/555940">I. Diogu</a>, PF</td><td align=right>35</td><td align=center>6-10</td><td align=center>0-0</td><td align=center>4-5</td><td align=righy>2</td><td align=right>10</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>3</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>2</td><td align=right>3</td><td align=right>16</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg3 align=right valign=middle><td align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/240307">J. Richardson</a>, SG</td><td align=right>30</td><td align=center>6-14</td><td align=center>1-6</td><td align=center>4-8</td><td align=righy>1</td><td align=right>3</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>3</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>4</td><td align=right>17</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg2 align=right valign=middle><td align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/240302">T. Murphy</a>, PF</td><td align=right>25</td><td align=center>3-11</td><td align=center>1-3</td><td align=center>1-2</td><td align=righy>2</td><td align=right>4</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>3</td><td align=right>8</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg3 align=right valign=middle><td class=bg1 align=left>BENCH</td><td class=bg1 align=right>M</td><td class=bg1 align=center>FG</td><td class=bg1 align=center>3FG</td><td class=bg1 align=center>FT</td><td class=bg1 align=righy>OR</td><td class=bg1 align=right>TR</td><td class=bg1 align=right>A</td><td class=bg1 align=right>TO</td><td class=bg1 align=right>STL</td><td class=bg1 align=right>BLK</td><td class=bg1 align=right>PF</td><td class=bg1 align=right>PTS</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg2 align=right valign=middle><td align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/6572">D. Fisher</a>, PG</td><td align=right>29</td><td align=center>0-8</td><td align=center>0-4</td><td align=center>5-6</td><td align=righy>0</td><td align=right>2</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>3</td><td align=right>2</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>4</td><td align=right>5</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg3 align=right valign=middle><td align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/498273">A. Biedrins</a>, C</td><td align=right>9</td><td align=center>2-2</td><td align=center>0-0</td><td align=center>0-0</td><td align=righy>0</td><td align=right>2</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>4</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg2 align=right valign=middle><td align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/400538">Z. Cabarkapa</a>, PF</td><td align=right>5</td><td align=center>1-1</td><td align=center>0-0</td><td align=center>0-0</td><td align=righy>0</td><td align=right>2</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>2</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>2</td><td align=right>2</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg3 align=right valign=middle><td align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/6515">C. Cheaney</a>, SG</td><td align=right>4</td><td align=center>0-1</td><td align=center>0-0</td><td align=center>0-0</td><td align=righy>1</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>1</td><td align=right>0</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg2 align=right valign=middle><td align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/555941">M. Ellis</a>, PG</td><td align=right>4</td><td align=center>1-2</td><td align=center>0-0</td><td align=center>0-0</td><td align=righy>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>0</td><td align=right>2</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg3 align=right valign=middle><td colspan=1 align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/6576">A. Foyle</a>, C</td><td colspan=12 align=center>Did Not Play</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg2 align=right valign=middle><td colspan=1 align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/555977">C. Taft</a>, PF</td><td colspan=12 align=center>Did Not Play</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg3 align=right valign=middle><td colspan=1 align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/400567">M. Pietrus</a>, SG</td><td colspan=12 align=center>Did Not Play</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg2 align=right valign=middle><td colspan=1 align=left><a href="www.sportsline.com/nba/players/playerpage/567199">A. Miles</a>, PG</td><td colspan=12 align=center>Did Not Play</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg3 align=right valign=middle><td class=bg4 align=left><b>Totals</b></td><td class=bg4 align=right> </td><td class=bg4 align=center><b>33-76</b></td><td class=bg4 align=center><b>3-19</b></td><td class=bg4 align=center><b>20-28</b></td><td class=bg4 align=righy>8</td><td class=bg4 align=right>36</td><td class=bg4 align=right>9</td><td class=bg4 align=right>12</td><td class=bg4 align=right>5</td><td class=bg4 align=right>5</td><td class=bg4 align=right>23</td><td class=bg4 align=right>89</td></tr><tr height=17 class=bg2 align=right valign=middle><td colspan=2 class=bg4 align=left> </td><td colspan=1 class=bg4 align=center>43.4%</td><td colspan=1 class=bg4 align=center>15.8%</td><td colspan=1 class=bg4 align=center>71.4%</td><td colspan=8 class=bg4 align=center> </td></tr></table>

BostonConnection

01-06-2006, 02:45 AM

http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/recap?gid=2006010509

Indiana 99, Golden State 89

By JANIE McCAULEY, AP Sports Writer

January 6, 2006

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Stephen Jackson had 27 points, five rebounds and three assists and the Indiana Pacers jumped to a quick lead they nearly relinquished in the waning moments of a 99-89 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Thursday night.

Derek Fisher made two free throws with 1:46 left to get Golden State within 91-89, before Jackson scored and was fouled on the other end but missed a free throw.

Austin Croshere added 17 points, nine rebounds, two assists and two steals for the Pacers, who bounced back from a 106-86 loss at Denver a night earlier that started their four-game West Coast swing.

Beat-up Indiana had lost five of six, but played like a healthy team with a winning streak, opening up a 20-point lead after the first quarter and holding a comfortable cushion until the final minutes. Fred Jones added 11 points for the Pacers before fouling out with 4:11 left.

Baron Davis had 16 points, seven assists and seven rebounds and rookie Ike Diogu added 16 points and a career-high 12 rebounds for his first double-double. Mike Dunleavy had 19 points, six rebounds and four assists for Golden State, which looked sluggish and uninspired for most of the night after returning from a three-game road trip. Richardson had 17 points.

Dunleavy hit a 3 with 7:19 to go to get Golden State within six, but the Warriors didn't get closer until two free throws by Richardson at 2:21 to make it 91-87.

Pacers center and leading scorer Jermaine O'Neal arrived in the second quarter to rejoin the team, but he didn't play for the third straight game because of pneumonia and a sore back. He sat on the bench in street clothes. Jamaal Tinsley missed his fourth straight game for Indiana, which improved to 7-9 on the road.

Every time the Warriors threatened, the Pacers had an answer.

Diogu scored back-to-back baskets to pull the Warriors within 62-52 with 7:05 remaining in the third, then had a big block on the other end.

Golden State won three straight on the heels of a six-game losing streak before Tuesday's 104-94 defeat at Memphis. The Warriors lost two players to injury in this game: Troy Murphy and Calbert Cheaney.

Murphy, Golden State's top rebounder and third-leading scorer, sprained his left ankle with 4:11 left in the third period and didn't return. He had eight points and five rebounds in 27 minutes.

Murphy's 3 with 5:54 left in the second quarter pulled Golden State within 40-28, but Indiana answered with five straight points and a 16-11 run to end the half for a 56-41 lead.

The Pacers made eight of their first 11 shots to Golden State's 3-for-11 as Indiana jumped to an 18-7 lead. Golden State got almost no production from its talented backcourt. Richardson and Davis were a combined 3-for-10 for nine points and three assists. Fisher missed all five of his shots and had just one assist.

Notes

Warriors coach Mike Montgomery was evasive about Golden State's possible interest in acquiring injured Indiana F Ron Artest, who last month asked to be traded. Yet Pacers coach Rick Carlisle acknowledged the Warriors are apparently one of many teams interested in Artest, who has been on the inactive list for the last 13 games and isn't traveling with the club. "I've heard Golden State mentioned, but I've heard 17 or 18 other teams mentioned. What I can tell you is whoever ends up with him is going to get a top-10 player who's a real difference maker," Carlisle said. ... Golden State waived G Aaron Miles and Indiana waived C Samaki Walker. ... Cheaney strained his left quadriceps early in the second quarter and didn't return.

Indiana 99, Golden State 89

By JANIE McCAULEY, AP Sports Writer

January 6, 2006

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Stephen Jackson had 27 points, five rebounds and three assists and the Indiana Pacers jumped to a quick lead they nearly relinquished in the waning moments of a 99-89 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Thursday night.

Derek Fisher made two free throws with 1:46 left to get Golden State within 91-89, before Jackson scored and was fouled on the other end but missed a free throw.

Austin Croshere added 17 points, nine rebounds, two assists and two steals for the Pacers, who bounced back from a 106-86 loss at Denver a night earlier that started their four-game West Coast swing.

Beat-up Indiana had lost five of six, but played like a healthy team with a winning streak, opening up a 20-point lead after the first quarter and holding a comfortable cushion until the final minutes. Fred Jones added 11 points for the Pacers before fouling out with 4:11 left.

Baron Davis had 16 points, seven assists and seven rebounds and rookie Ike Diogu added 16 points and a career-high 12 rebounds for his first double-double. Mike Dunleavy had 19 points, six rebounds and four assists for Golden State, which looked sluggish and uninspired for most of the night after returning from a three-game road trip. Richardson had 17 points.

Dunleavy hit a 3 with 7:19 to go to get Golden State within six, but the Warriors didn't get closer until two free throws by Richardson at 2:21 to make it 91-87.

Pacers center and leading scorer Jermaine O'Neal arrived in the second quarter to rejoin the team, but he didn't play for the third straight game because of pneumonia and a sore back. He sat on the bench in street clothes. Jamaal Tinsley missed his fourth straight game for Indiana, which improved to 7-9 on the road.

Every time the Warriors threatened, the Pacers had an answer.

Diogu scored back-to-back baskets to pull the Warriors within 62-52 with 7:05 remaining in the third, then had a big block on the other end.

Golden State won three straight on the heels of a six-game losing streak before Tuesday's 104-94 defeat at Memphis. The Warriors lost two players to injury in this game: Troy Murphy and Calbert Cheaney.

Murphy, Golden State's top rebounder and third-leading scorer, sprained his left ankle with 4:11 left in the third period and didn't return. He had eight points and five rebounds in 27 minutes.

Murphy's 3 with 5:54 left in the second quarter pulled Golden State within 40-28, but Indiana answered with five straight points and a 16-11 run to end the half for a 56-41 lead.

The Pacers made eight of their first 11 shots to Golden State's 3-for-11 as Indiana jumped to an 18-7 lead. Golden State got almost no production from its talented backcourt. Richardson and Davis were a combined 3-for-10 for nine points and three assists. Fisher missed all five of his shots and had just one assist.

Notes

Warriors coach Mike Montgomery was evasive about Golden State's possible interest in acquiring injured Indiana F Ron Artest, who last month asked to be traded. Yet Pacers coach Rick Carlisle acknowledged the Warriors are apparently one of many teams interested in Artest, who has been on the inactive list for the last 13 games and isn't traveling with the club. "I've heard Golden State mentioned, but I've heard 17 or 18 other teams mentioned. What I can tell you is whoever ends up with him is going to get a top-10 player who's a real difference maker," Carlisle said. ... Golden State waived G Aaron Miles and Indiana waived C Samaki Walker. ... Cheaney strained his left quadriceps early in the second quarter and didn't return.

GO!!!!!

01-06-2006, 02:46 AM

Great Game and great service, thanks BC and PG, you guys make this place NO 1 !!!!

Have a good Night all and enjoy ya friday, I'm off home for the weekend, 2 rounds of planned, one tonight and one sunday morning

Thanks My Pacer Digest Buddies for the great thread, ( once again )

Have a good Night all and enjoy ya friday, I'm off home for the weekend, 2 rounds of planned, one tonight and one sunday morning

Thanks My Pacer Digest Buddies for the great thread, ( once again )

317Kim

01-06-2006, 02:46 AM

:cloud9: I love readin recaps like these :) thanks for postin it!

317Kim

01-06-2006, 02:47 AM

Great Game and great service, thanks BC and PG, you guys make this place NO 1 !!!!

:champions Doin what I can to help :)

:champions Doin what I can to help :)

CableKC

01-06-2006, 04:42 AM

The 1st half...we either did great on the defensive end ( where the Warriors really sucked it up on the scoring end ) and kept significant pressure on the offensive end.

The 2nd half....we came out flat and worse...nearly lost it with less then 2 minutes left.

2 things to note while I was at the game.

1 ) Sarunas seems underutilized in the game on the offensive end where he seems to be behind the offensive totem pole somewhere behind or next to Croshere. I don't know if there are no plays called for him....or once he passes the ball got to either Freddie or SJax or is being handled by AJ......but he becomes an afterthought as a scoring option.......I wasn't expecting to see it go back to Sarunas.

Admittedly...not many of his shots were making it in. But I am beginning to wonder....on an offensive end....if he is a streaky shooter where he can get into an offensive flow only if he gets more touches. Half the time...when he was on the floor.....he would run around screens and end up on the wing positions waiting for someone to see or pass him the ball....most of which wouldn't come to him. Maybe its me.....but he seemed really frustrated throughout the game and really seemed down on himself.

2 ) Ike Diogu is a frickin beast. This guy should be playing 30+ minutes a game for the Warriors. Everytime he touched the ball and was anywhere near the basket....which was pretty much all the time....I was sure that he was going to make a basket cuz he really hustles and fights for the shot and better yet....he is somehow able to draw the foul to get to the line...while somehow making the shot. I really wished the Walsh made a move for him much earlier in the Artest sweepstake to try to get him from them....specifically before the Warriors figured out that they should try something different and put him into the game to see what he can do.

I took a few pictures at the game.......nothing special....but I'll try to upload them tomorrow.

The 2nd half....we came out flat and worse...nearly lost it with less then 2 minutes left.

2 things to note while I was at the game.

1 ) Sarunas seems underutilized in the game on the offensive end where he seems to be behind the offensive totem pole somewhere behind or next to Croshere. I don't know if there are no plays called for him....or once he passes the ball got to either Freddie or SJax or is being handled by AJ......but he becomes an afterthought as a scoring option.......I wasn't expecting to see it go back to Sarunas.

Admittedly...not many of his shots were making it in. But I am beginning to wonder....on an offensive end....if he is a streaky shooter where he can get into an offensive flow only if he gets more touches. Half the time...when he was on the floor.....he would run around screens and end up on the wing positions waiting for someone to see or pass him the ball....most of which wouldn't come to him. Maybe its me.....but he seemed really frustrated throughout the game and really seemed down on himself.

2 ) Ike Diogu is a frickin beast. This guy should be playing 30+ minutes a game for the Warriors. Everytime he touched the ball and was anywhere near the basket....which was pretty much all the time....I was sure that he was going to make a basket cuz he really hustles and fights for the shot and better yet....he is somehow able to draw the foul to get to the line...while somehow making the shot. I really wished the Walsh made a move for him much earlier in the Artest sweepstake to try to get him from them....specifically before the Warriors figured out that they should try something different and put him into the game to see what he can do.

I took a few pictures at the game.......nothing special....but I'll try to upload them tomorrow.

CableKC

01-06-2006, 05:00 AM

Another thing to add:

3 ) Hulk seemed more like Bruce Banner. He seems capable of being a rather solid low-post scoring threat....but seems limited by foul trouble. Especially after getting a foul....he either seems surprised or frustrated. I remember there was a sequence where he came in....then instantly got a 3rd foul...then got pulled the next second and replaced by Foster. I sense that there is a certain lack of confidence in his play....kind of like what someone else mentioned here before.....where he gets down on himself for causing a foul....then turns around to the bench to see if Carlisle is going to pull him from the floor. I really feel for the guy....cuz he really seems like he's trying on the floor......he just has a tendency to get into foul trouble. After the game...I saw Tinsley at the bus where he was all decked out in his suit...talking and waiting to board the bus...all professional and stuff. Then I see Harrison...and he's wearing a dress shirt and some slacks.....where the shirt wasn't tucked in.....kind of like he was heading out to the mall or something. You can tell that he's still this young guy learning the ropes and getting used to the NBA life. BTW...Tinsley and Harrison were cool enough to sign my Wife's Warriors/Pacer program.

4 ) Is Pollard injured? When I was waiting by the bus...I saw him come out....but he seemed like he was limping a little...barely gave a thumbs up to the crowd and then sat in the front of the bus...simply waiting to leave. I don't recall....but I don't think he played at all....despite suiting up.

3 ) Hulk seemed more like Bruce Banner. He seems capable of being a rather solid low-post scoring threat....but seems limited by foul trouble. Especially after getting a foul....he either seems surprised or frustrated. I remember there was a sequence where he came in....then instantly got a 3rd foul...then got pulled the next second and replaced by Foster. I sense that there is a certain lack of confidence in his play....kind of like what someone else mentioned here before.....where he gets down on himself for causing a foul....then turns around to the bench to see if Carlisle is going to pull him from the floor. I really feel for the guy....cuz he really seems like he's trying on the floor......he just has a tendency to get into foul trouble. After the game...I saw Tinsley at the bus where he was all decked out in his suit...talking and waiting to board the bus...all professional and stuff. Then I see Harrison...and he's wearing a dress shirt and some slacks.....where the shirt wasn't tucked in.....kind of like he was heading out to the mall or something. You can tell that he's still this young guy learning the ropes and getting used to the NBA life. BTW...Tinsley and Harrison were cool enough to sign my Wife's Warriors/Pacer program.

4 ) Is Pollard injured? When I was waiting by the bus...I saw him come out....but he seemed like he was limping a little...barely gave a thumbs up to the crowd and then sat in the front of the bus...simply waiting to leave. I don't recall....but I don't think he played at all....despite suiting up.

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