become to soon to beleive something special is happening & is going to happen in the playoffs?
Is it to soon right now to think that we are playing the best basketball in the entire NBA?
Is it to soon to think that there is no team that wants us in the first round of the playoffs?
Is it to much to think that we are not just beating bad teams or getting lucky, but that by a solid foundation of defense & team work that we really are this good?
Is it to much to think that picking up Dale Davis is the single most significant transaction that we have had since Byron Scott came on board in 94?
Is it wrong to believe that Anthony Johnson is the leagues most improved player in the second half of the season?
Is it wrong to think that we have gone from a fluffy soft team to a team that is physical & bruising?
Is it appropriate to point out that while kicking the crap out of the Cavs. that every single Pacer that played real min. (minus John Edwards) gave solid contributions?
Is it wrong to point out that by everybody making the extra pass that we found the open man almost all night long?
Is it wrong to think that if we played like we did last night vs. every team that no team would be safe against us?
Have I gone way to far from the darkness?
Ok, just because I haven't been in touch with my inner darkness lately I'll reach out to my brothers on the dark side.
Does anybody really hope that J.O. doesn't rush back & hangs out till we need a low post presence in the playoffs?
Is anybody else enjoying Scott Pollard as much as I am over the past 5 games?
Would it be wrong to point out that Jeff Foster is the best backup center in the NBA right now?
Dale Davis is an all-star. Yeah I know it's not a question but I just thought I'd throw that out there because we all know I can't go one post without praising the True Warrior.
Is it wrong to think that Stephen Jackson for Al Harrington was a good trade. (sorry Tim)
Back to my darkside for a min.
When one see's players like Pollard, Fred Jones, Croshere playing through pain & then think back about Reggie playing on bad ankles & knowing that Jermaine will be back in a couple of weeks. Doesn't one get sick at their stomach thinking about Jon Bender & how little he plays?
Is it wrong to think that the playoffs might provide some more Miller magic?
Is it really way to much to dream about the reaction that David Stern will get from the fans when he has to give the Larry O'Brian trophy to Herb Simon at the Conseco Fieldhouse?
Ok, I've gone to far.