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Naptown_Seth
04-16-2008, 11:19 PM
This was the sign I saw at the game tonight held up by an apparent Knicks fan. Was that you DisplacedKnick? Pretty funny whoever it was.

BTW, we were right at the Knicks bench and I thought Isiah looked like a dead man walking. I mean just as somber as I've ever seen him, like he just found out he has cancer. DW might not have said anything yet, but clearly to me Isiah knows what he thinks is going to happen.

Ownagedood
04-16-2008, 11:27 PM
DisplacedKnick.. Where were u sitting? I had some knick fans right behind me..

There actually seemed to be quite a few.. But, just in case.. I asked to see where u were sitting.

PiratePrincess
04-16-2008, 11:35 PM
I think Isiah had the same look during our last game against the Knicks on St. Patty's Day. I don't he got up off the bench the entire game except once to debate a call with the officials. I was joking with my friends before the game that Isiah only had 4 quarters before he was gainfully unemployed.

duke dynamite
04-17-2008, 03:43 AM
I took this, figured you all that didn't catch it would like to see it...

http://i29.photobucket.com/albums/c276/tlaurenzana/PacersApril16/DSCF8545.jpg

N8R
04-17-2008, 04:44 AM
Great sign and I hope that Isiah is sent packing

idioteque
04-17-2008, 08:56 AM
I took this, figured you all that didn't catch it would like to see it...

http://i29.photobucket.com/albums/c276/tlaurenzana/PacersApril16/DSCF8545.jpg

Not DK who I have never met, but doesn't look like that in forum party pictures that I stalk constantly.

Anthem
04-17-2008, 09:22 AM
That's not him.

ABADays
04-17-2008, 01:11 PM
Very clever sign.

Suaveness
04-17-2008, 02:42 PM
I was sitting a few rows in front of him, to the right

I had a few chuckles over him

ABADays
04-17-2008, 10:09 PM
Just heard an ESPN Radio announcer call it the "Reign of Error". Not bad either.

pwee31
04-18-2008, 12:28 AM
I was sitting a few rows in fromt of him to left if you're facing the court. It was pretty funny.

Even funny was the fact that Donnie Walsh was in the one in front of me, but a little further down.

Of course i was sitting behind Zach Randolph's lil bro so that was amusing as well

PiratePrincess
04-18-2008, 12:36 AM
I don't who that guy is, but he was right by my mom and I toward the end of halftime yelling at David Lee. He was practically begging Lee not to leave the team (I believe his words were "David, don't leave us.")

yanksalex
04-19-2008, 05:10 PM
I don't who that guy is, but he was right by my mom and I toward the end of halftime yelling at David Lee. He was practically begging Lee not to leave the team (I believe his words were "David, don't leave us.")

And D. Lee's reponse was "Don't worry. I won't." :happydanc:happydanc

I was the one holding the sign and yelling at the Knicks bench all game. I am a diehard Knicks fan, but I go to school in Ohio. However, knowing they were playing the Pacers in Indy, I couldn't pass up the opportunity to see Isiah coach his final game. I also had the pleasure of sitting 4 rows behind Donnie Walsh (who I introduced myself to).

Anyways, I think it's funny you guys saw me, and someone took a picture. My family has gotten a lot of laughs out this thread.

idioteque
04-19-2008, 07:04 PM
And D. Lee's reponse was "Don't worry. I won't." :happydanc:happydanc

I was the one holding the sign and yelling at the Knicks bench all game. I am a diehard Knicks fan, but I go to school in Ohio. However, knowing they were playing the Pacers in Indy, I couldn't pass up the opportunity to see Isiah coach his final game. I also had the pleasure of sitting 4 rows behind Donnie Walsh (who I introduced myself to).

Anyways, I think it's funny you guys saw me, and someone took a picture. My family has gotten a lot of laughs out this thread.

From NY originally then?

yanksalex
04-19-2008, 09:59 PM
From NY originally then?

I was born in Connecticut, and now my family primarily lives in New York City. My dad grew up in NYC so I'm a lifelong fan of the orange and blue.

Being at the game Wednesday night.. it's amazing how much the intensity of Knicks-Pacers games have been lost in the last decade.

Naptown_Seth
04-19-2008, 10:18 PM
Wow, that's cool that you found out about the thread. I love s*** like that, I think the response here show that. Really adds to the atmosphere, way more than cranked up, speaker tearing music and Reb getting Nate's name wrong.

Also I'm a lifer Yanks fan so its always good to see more around here. Hopefully we'll see you over here twice next year and you'll be holding a positive Mark Jackson sign instead. I just hope JO/Marbury haven't swapped unis by then.

And let's not forget, it's now officially the end of an error, unless he can still F things up from his ceremonial position.

JayRedd
04-19-2008, 10:43 PM
Yankees suck.

avoidingtheclowns
04-19-2008, 10:56 PM
Yankees suck.

the yankees are an affront to my sensibilities

Will Galen
04-19-2008, 11:04 PM
I knew there was something I liked about you Seth, I don't care what 218 active members say. (giggle)

GO YANKEES!

NorCal_Pacerfan
04-20-2008, 03:38 AM
Wow I almost feel sorry for old Isiah.



Almost.


That sign is great btw. lol.

Pacersfan46
04-20-2008, 03:42 AM
Yankees suck.

+1

They're the poster child for why every sport needs a salary cap. Period.

-- Steve --

JayRedd
04-20-2008, 03:49 PM
They're the poster child for why every sport needs a salary cap. Period.

-- Steve --

As a Sox fan, I can't agree with that part.

avoidingtheclowns
04-20-2008, 03:58 PM
As a Sox fan, I can't agree with that part.

Dice-K for the billion $$ win

idioteque
04-20-2008, 06:50 PM
Being at the game Wednesday night.. it's amazing how much the intensity of Knicks-Pacers games have been lost in the last decade.

Unfortunately the rivalry between the Knicks and the Pacers doesn't really exist anymore, but it was a great one while it lasted.

Both teams are shot to hell now but it would be interesting, if both of our teams improve in the next five years or so, to see the two teams play in the playoffs. It would be the absolute duty of the media to rekindle the fire of the old rivalry. Having Reggie Miller and John Starks as the play-by-play for the game would help, if they could get Starks to do commentary. :cool:

Pacersfan46
04-23-2008, 03:57 AM
As a Sox fan, I can't agree with that part.

I'm a Sox fan, and I still agree with it. Even though I know they're the 2nd biggest team taking advantage of it.

And it is kinda fun to see the Yanks have $200 million in payroll, and still completely unable to win a title .... but I still think it would be the leagues best interest to have a cap.

-- Steve --

Naptown_Seth
04-23-2008, 03:31 PM
Yankees suck.
You suck.

and the follow-up

Tell your mother I want my money back.


I took it easy to maintain that spring training vibe you get in Tampa/Ft. Myers, rather than going for hardcore June taunting since this is the family-friendly PD after all.
:devil:




Train wreck on this thread:

Seriously the Yanks are actually the prime example of why salary caps aren't such a big deal, certainly not as big a deal as salary minimum requirements. Spend, spend, spend, flop. I hate George, hate his kid, hate ARod, Clemens, Knobby. Liked Giambi with the A's but not a fan of him chasing the cash. Didn't like the money thrown at Sheff either.

I'll listen to the argument that spending in the FARM SYSTEM gives teams an advantage and I'm fine to cap that, but at the MLB level it's often more good for a laugh at bad choices than a sign that your team can't keep up.

It's only the offensive underspending by teams like Pittsburgh and KC that cause problems, even though they actually get a cap penalty payout from the Yanks each year (straight into owners pocket instead of payroll).

Kstat
04-23-2008, 03:34 PM
Reminds me kind of the term Tigers fans use to describe our 17 years of misery from 1988-2005, characterized by Randy Smith, the worst GM in baseball history...

"Reign of Error."

avoidingtheclowns
04-23-2008, 04:49 PM
You suck.

and the follow-up

Tell your mother I want my money back.

not nearly as funny as "jason giambi looks really good this spring"

NuffSaid
04-24-2008, 10:17 AM
As a Sox fan, I can't agree with that part.

What color? RED or WHITE? From Bean Town or Chi-Town? :)

JayRedd
04-24-2008, 10:50 AM
There is only one.

Hoop
04-26-2008, 06:32 PM
Yankee's = Buying Championships :grumble:

Rooting for the Yankees is like going to a Casino and rooting for the House. :-p

Naptown_Seth
04-27-2008, 02:31 PM
not nearly as funny as "jason giambi looks really good this spring"
S...O...a...B
:spitout: :laugh:




Yankee's = Buying ChampionshipsAgain my point...how's that working out?

More rings at 3rd base for Yanks - Arod or Brosius.
Hell, let's make that Better Playoff Heriocs even. Scotty still wins.

Balanced team that keeps the core together (even if it costs to do so) >>>>> store bought group of mismatches

I thought the Yanks would have learned from Baltimore and LA 10+ years ago but I guess not. And can someone get Hank the hell away from my team already. Sheesh.

Also this just in, Tigers in last, Florida in first. So much for that lopsided trade based on cost? Not that I don't love Miggy, but it does go to show that you can't look at the balance sheet and pencil in the wins.

Not only that, but doesn't a thread based around the KNICKS help prove that most of all?


There is only one...that makes you puke in your mouth.Fixed. Pale FTW.

Hicks
04-27-2008, 02:41 PM
Moving the Yankee-fest to Club Rio.