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    We were 32-12 after this many games last season, we peaked at 37-15 before finishing 11-19, and we ended the year at 48-34.

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    Yeah...and some piston fan just tried to tell me that we are going to fall apart again

    ignorant people

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    If you're interested in mid-season accomplishments, I think one comparison that might be interested is the high point of last season.

    2003 February 14th. 37-15. A 22 game W-L differential.

    2004 January 20th. 33-11. A 22 game W-L differential.

    If we truly are a much better team this year, the momentum will continue and we will far exceed a 22 game W-L differential.

    I'm banking on at least 39-14 by February 14th, with the All-Star game on the 15th. It's a decent bet we could see 40 wins by the All-Star break.

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    Pacers peaked record wse last season at 33-12, they then lost 3 out of 4 goiong into the allstar break, then won three staright coming out of the allstar break to go 37-15.

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    Pacers are what I like to call

    [size=24:471396e5ff]Rumblin Stumblin Bumblin [/size]

    which means we are a freakin freight train that cannot be stopped

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