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And it's not necessarily a bad thing. Sure, the next game is #4, which isn't a prime number. I could see people saying we'd lose. But it's also the 11th game of the playoffs, and 11 is still a prime number.
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Good thing it was a Prime Number Game because the Pacers played like crap the 2nd half. Fortunately, the Pistons played like worse crap the 1st 14 minutes of the 2nd half.
You should have been up 20-25 at the end of the third. I'll save the rest of it for some of the more in-depth threads. You had some positives - tenacity and toughness. But not executing the game plan - especially on offense.
I left that out...don't want to get ahead of myself! I am so happy right now, however. This is a season I will never forget.
And this is a season I'll wipe out of my memory real quick. Just an incredibly disappointing year all around.
I feel like Jay. I just don't enjoy this team that much, even though they're somewhat successful. I don't think I'll even mind if the Pacers win this series, because the season will end. And that's something I never would have said, or even thought, a week ago.