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JOneal7
12-18-2004, 11:41 PM
how many times have I seen LOOOOOOONG rebounds come off out close to pacer players and they are already headed towards the other end of the floor! NONE FOLLOW THEIR OWN SHOTS...How do they expect to get 2nd chance points? no wonder we are losing to the bulls and lost to teams like the warriors...

unstandable
12-18-2004, 11:50 PM
That's always been part of Carlisle's game plan. He'd rather that guys got back on defense.

Unclebuck
12-19-2004, 12:52 AM
Transition defense is the most important part of defense and the last thing you want is guards going for long offensive rebounds and if they can't get them the other team will have a layup drill at the other end. Pacers have strict rules about having at least two guys going back on defense when ever they shoot. If you see Jamaal shooting on a drive then you better see the small forward rushing back on defense

Mushmouth
12-19-2004, 12:59 AM
Off Topic, but this was easily the worst Pacer game I've attended since the 80's. Brutal. Any word on Harrison?

waterjater
12-19-2004, 01:17 AM
Jees!! Can't anyone on this team shoot the ball?!?!

We've now lost three games to the worst teams in the NBA. I don't care who we have injured or suspended, we should beat Milwaukee and Chicago. Chicago didn't score for about 6 minutes straight in the 4th qtr and we couldn't capitalize.

I think our guys played better without Foster and Miller. Our offensive flow has disappeared. Too many people standing around waiting for Tinsley to do something. Move your asses and move the damn ball!

That was a disgusting effort in all walks of basketball!

Water

JO_pace
12-19-2004, 03:15 AM
Carlisle should play James Jones more...The team was struggling the whole night, and Carlisle rarely played JJ! Maybe he could've brought some energy to the team, since we've all seen how explosive he could be! For Tinsley part, maybe he just need to pass the ball a bit more. 33 shots really too many! Haislip--played pretty well I feel, just gotta make his free throws!

Hoop
12-19-2004, 03:44 AM
J.O., Artest, Jax, Cro, AJ, Pollard, Bender, Harrison are suspended or injured. Fred has had the flu and Tins is still banged up. Curry and Slip were playing at the YMCA a few weeks ago. Reggie is 39 years old on a back-to-back nights. Foster is not 100%. AND WE STILL CAME WITHIN 6 POINTS LATE.

EVERBODY SHUT THE ***** UP and have a nice day. :D

Mourning
12-19-2004, 10:21 AM
J.O., Artest, Jax, Cro, AJ, Pollard, Bender, Harrison are suspended or injured. Fred has had the flu and Tins is still banged up. Curry and Slip were playing at the YMCA a few weeks ago. Reggie is 39 years old on a back-to-back nights. Foster is not 100%. AND WE STILL CAME WITHIN 6 POINTS LATE.

EVERBODY SHUT THE ***** UP and have a nice day. :D

:thankyou:

Regards,

Mourning :cool:

able
12-19-2004, 11:10 AM
Carlisle should play James Jones more...The team was struggling the whole night, and Carlisle rarely played JJ! Maybe he could've brought some energy to the team, since we've all seen how explosive he could be! For Tinsley part, maybe he just need to pass the ball a bit more. 33 shots really too many! Haislip--played pretty well I feel, just gotta make his free throws!

why Carlisle was so silly not to play JJ:

"Indiana's James Jones left the game in the third quarter with a jaw injury. Jones is listed as day-to-day."
(source: the sports network)

JO_pace
12-19-2004, 11:21 AM
o..that's y...i saw antonio davis hurt...thought jj was ok..

waterjater
12-19-2004, 02:46 PM
J.O., Artest, Jax, Cro, AJ, Pollard, Bender, Harrison are suspended or injured. Fred has had the flu and Tins is still banged up. Curry and Slip were playing at the YMCA a few weeks ago. Reggie is 39 years old on a back-to-back nights. Foster is not 100%. AND WE STILL CAME WITHIN 6 POINTS LATE.

EVERBODY SHUT THE ***** UP and have a nice day. :D


Good point!!

Just feel we have enough talent, although depleted and banged up, to beat Milwaukee and Chicago regardless.

Happy holidays everyone.

Water