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    we collected every non shooters to play in shooters league,

    ok go a head this summer for Rondo, DeAndre or rest of non shooters MrBird.

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    I don't claim to be a really knowledgeable basketball fan, but I know what I enjoy watching, and the Pacers are not it! What happened? I get the 'feeling' that these guys either don't like each other or don't have confidence in each other. PG is becoming a very disappointing 'Super Star' and seems to be a little cold to or just given up on his teammates. I get the 'feeling' again that Myles Turner has hit the wall and may not have the support to get over or around it. I'm not a big fan of the stoic type of Coach Nate seems to be, but is he the problem or his problem a mismatched and poorly designed set of players?

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    I don't claim to be a really knowledgeable basketball fan, but I know what I enjoy watching, and the Pacers are not it! What happened? I get the 'feeling' that these guys either don't like each other or don't have confidence in each other. PG is becoming a very disappointing 'Super Star' and seems to be a little cold to or just given up on his teammates. I get the 'feeling' again that Myles Turner has hit the wall and may not have the support to get over or around it. I'm not a big fan of the stoic type of Coach Nate seems to be, but is he the problem or his problem a mismatched and poorly designed set of players?
    For me , pacers have too many too nice guys, nice guys finish last.

    Remember who we had when we gone successful and very entertaining

    We had Davis boys and so on in 90s
    JO Artest Granger and so on in 2000s
    D.West G.Hill and Lance in 2010s

    Now we are almost being like Troy Murphy and Mike Dunleavy era

    Look at our roster, besides PG every other Pacers are too soft guys

    Jeff Teague is soft
    CJ Miles is softest guy in NBA maybe he is better to play music
    Myles Turner is just young boy
    Thad Young is also so quiet humble guy

    Al Jefferson is softest center in NBA
    Stuckey is soso
    Monta is 2nd strongest guy behind PG
    Lavoy Allen is also so passiive and just fill in guy
    GRIII is talented but also passive.

    And so on, we have talent to contend in East but we need competitive tough guys.

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    Look at our roster, besides PG every other Pacers are too soft guys
    PG is most definitely soft. Very talented, but as soft as Charmin.

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    PG is most definitely soft. Very talented, but as soft as Charmin.
    He is much like Reggie Miller, not too soft, but he needs tough guys like D.West alongside.

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    He is much like Reggie Miller, not too soft,...........
    Besides the refs - who has he shown any 'toughness' to this season ?? Boomer ?? (I'd take Boomer in that one ........)

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    Besides the refs - who has he shown any 'toughness' to this season ?? Boomer ?? (I'd take Boomer in that one ........)
    Every time I look up, PG seems like he's too buddy, buddy with the other team's "top" player.


    Remember when we could have gotten 1-2 solid players and a possible Top 3 draft pick in the 2017 NBA Draft by trading away Paul George?

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    Besides the refs - who has he shown any 'toughness' to this season ?? Boomer ?? (I'd take Boomer in that one ........)
    hahaha, i agree with you, but PG is clearly better than his other teammates.

    We need to change our roster little bit for improve that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funk31 View Post
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    For me , pacers have too many too nice guys, nice guys finish last.

    Remember who we had when we gone successful and very entertaining

    We had Davis boys and so on in 90s
    JO Artest Granger and so on in 2000s
    D.West G.Hill and Lance in 2010s

    Now we are almost being like Troy Murphy and Mike Dunleavy era

    Look at our roster, besides PG every other Pacers are too soft guys

    Jeff Teague is soft
    CJ Miles is softest guy in NBA maybe he is better to play music
    Myles Turner is just young boy
    Thad Young is also so quiet humble guy

    Al Jefferson is softest center in NBA
    Stuckey is soso
    Monta is 2nd strongest guy behind PG
    Lavoy Allen is also so passiive and just fill in guy
    GRIII is talented but also passive.

    And so on, we have talent to contend in East but we need competitive tough guys.
    This made me laugh

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    Default Re: 3/14/17 Game Thread #67: Pacers vs. Knicks

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    hahaha, i agree with you, but PG is clearly better than his other teammates.

    We need to change our roster little bit for improve that.
    Better as in more talented? Sure, that is pretty obvious.

    Better as in tougher? I haven't seen anything to suggest PG is the tough guy on the team.

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