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    It was the best of times, it was the worst of times...
    In two games we have the highs and lows of being a Pacer fan.
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    This is TRULY an up and down team and its really frustrating. What's also frustrating is the strong chance of a three game losing streak with the next three opponents
    Larry Bird and Ryan Grigson- wasting the talents of Paul George and Andrew Luck

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    Trade PG for Nick Young. Grimp, get on the phones
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    I survived the post brawl years, being 2,000+ miles away, and the JOB years. This was the first game in 23 years that I voluntarily didn't watch.

    Glad to see they won.

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    You could really say the same thing about the Colts and the Hoosiers right now couldn't you? Indiana has become the inconsistent/frustration State.

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    Hard to get excited about anything unless and until this type of performance becomes a constant.
    I'd rather die standing up than live on my knees.

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    From Myles Turner postgame:
    "Coach called a play in the 3rd quarter and PG saw something he liked and changed it, we got a bucket and started gaining momentum."
    Interesting.
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    From Myles Turner postgame:
    "Coach called a play in the 3rd quarter and PG saw something he liked and changed it, we got a bucket and started gaining momentum."
    Interesting.
    Total disrespect for the coach. Save the money and just let them call plays. This team isn't going anywhere anyway.

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    I'm sure Kawhi never diverts from a Pop play...

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    I'm sure Kawhi never diverts from a Pop play...
    Interesting doesn't mean bad or PG undermining Nate. It could just mean PG has the go-ahead to make calls like that based on what he sees. In fact, I'd say that's the most likely explanation.

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    You could really say the same thing about the Colts and the Hoosiers right now couldn't you? Indiana has become the inconsistent/frustration State.
    Colts issues are easy to figure out. No good receivers and no running back. Colts should use all their picks on receivers. Or package them all to move up. Look at the Falcons. They have a core of receivers and backs who can catch and run the ball.

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    Interesting doesn't mean bad or PG undermining Nate. It could just mean PG has the go-ahead to make calls like that based on what he sees. In fact, I'd say that's the most likely explanation.
    My response was to BnG saying it was total disrespect to the coach

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    Colts issues are easy to figure out. No good receivers and no running back. Colts should use all their picks on receivers. Or package them all to move up. Look at the Falcons. They have a core of receivers and backs who can catch and run the ball.
    Spot on analysis.

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    Players had a team meeting yesterday and it looks like Brooks started the discussion

    https://twitter.com/ByNateTaylor/sta...01302218248193
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    My response was to BnG saying it was total disrespect to the coach
    Ahh didn't see that, carry on.

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    Colts issues are easy to figure out. No good receivers and no running back. Colts should use all their picks on receivers. Or package them all to move up. Look at the Falcons. They have a core of receivers and backs who can catch and run the ball.
    What? The Colts real problem is the whole defense. It is already being addressed in free agency. The receiving core could use an upgrade, but that is the least of the Colts concerns.

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    @WhatTheFFacts: Studies show that sarcasm enhances the ability of the human mind to solve complex problems!

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    "We've got to be very clear about this. We don't want our players hanging around with murderers," said Larry Bird, Pacers president.

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    I stopped putting any stock into PG quotes a long time ago.

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    Teague comments about the team meeting

    https://twitter.com/ByNateTaylor/sta...08126170464256
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    Hard to get excited about anything unless and until this type of performance becomes a constant.
    I'll be consistent as long as the Pacers can play sub-par, struggling, or injured teams lol

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    Teague comments about the team meeting

    https://twitter.com/ByNateTaylor/sta...08126170464256
    No Jeff, the team needs you to play better Mr. $20 million PG

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    Yeah wasn't trying to imply that PG thinks Nate is a dumbass or anything, just found it interesting that PG is out there reading the defense and changing the play if he sees something he thinks they can take advantage of.
    #LanceEffect

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    NBA Gametime highlighted that the Pacers have had a W-L-W-L-W-L-W-L-W-L record going into this game. The Pacers have traded wins and losses for the last 10 games.....they are the epitome of a .500 Team.
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    Here is the secret to any and all success. This season I have had to give away quite a few games due to different reasons, whenever I have given my tickets to a friend of mine named Scott the Pacers are undefeated. He has been to like 5 games this season and is 5-0, he can't understand why I am not higher on the team because whenever he see's them they kick ***.

    So I probably should just let him go to the rest of the games this year.


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