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    Default Re: 3/05/17 Game Thread #62: Pacers vs. Hawks

    It was a nice win, but 28 million dollars of Stuckey, Monta, and Al makes my head spin.



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    Default Re: 3/05/17 Game Thread #62: Pacers vs. Hawks

    Really enjoyed some of the small lineups Nate was throwing together yesterday. And then I really enjoyed the super big lineup he went with for the final possession.

    I still think this team is looking for their last gear, but they aren't going to find it if Myles continues to slump and Thad's wrist doesn't heal up. Myles has to take some of the possessions he is passing up and do something with them. He's playing way too timid. Someone needs to dunk on his *** in practice and light a fire under him or something, he just looks stuck in a rut at the moment. Paul tried to force feed him a possession on the low block and Myles caught and handled the ball like it was on fire.

    I still have faith in playoff Paul George.



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    Default Re: 3/05/17 Game Thread #62: Pacers vs. Hawks

    Turner handling the ball like it was on fire is the best description of what I've seen from him lately, also dunk that **** man you are a 7 footer
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    Turner handling the ball like it was on fire is the best description of what I've seen from him lately, also dunk that **** man you are a 7 footer
    He is just not comfortable going strong to the rim or making a play that isn't a jump shot or going away from contact. People complain about his shot attempts but he doesn't make good on his chances if he even makes himself available.

    I love how consistent that pop is, but he has to find at least a few post moves and learn to go strong at the rim against contact in the offseason.

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    Default Re: 3/05/17 Game Thread #62: Pacers vs. Hawks

    I don't have the numbers but I would bet his jumper since Feb 1 hasn't been that great (comparatively) and I think it's hurting his confidence in the rest of his game.



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    Default Re: 3/05/17 Game Thread #62: Pacers vs. Hawks

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    I don't have the numbers but I would bet his jumper since Feb 1 hasn't been that great (comparatively) and I think it's hurting his confidence in the rest of his game.
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    I don't have the numbers but I would bet his jumper since Feb 1 hasn't been that great (comparatively) and I think it's hurting his confidence in the rest of his game.
    It's true. It's still good but not as good. I hope we get him involved tonight against Hornets lack of bigs. A big game can help get out of the slump.

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    Default Re: 3/05/17 Game Thread #62: Pacers vs. Hawks

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    I don't have the numbers but I would bet his jumper since Feb 1 hasn't been that great (comparatively) and I think it's hurting his confidence in the rest of his game.
    It's really just from 20ft and out.

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    41.8% from 20ft-24ft
    38.1% 25ft+ (3pt)

    Feb 1 - Today
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    23.1%

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    Default Re: 3/05/17 Game Thread #62: Pacers vs. Hawks

    Myles is fatigued. Both mentally and physically.

    He's so easily disrupted right now because he lacks strength to hold his ground IMO

    I think another off-season of NBA strength and conditioning will do him wonders.
    Last edited by Ace E.Anderson; 03-06-2017 at 04:48 PM.

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