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    So why did he only play 2 minutes in this game?

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    I'm not sure. He didn't really get a chance to do good or bad so it's hard to say.

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    The matchups were not in his favor tonight. Pacers needed quickness and I don't think DH has looked very good

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    Why don't you think has looked very good? He had a nice game in Orlando, and while he was in foul trouble at Miami, defended Shaq very well and scored a few points. He and Granger need more minutes. Fred Jones needs to glue himself to the bench.
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    Fred Jones needs to glue himself to the bench.
    Well, I doubt Granger can defend Iverson, and I know David can't.

    Don't worry. Unless Scot is back, he'll get plenty of minutes on Wednesday. Provided he stays out of foul trouble, that is.
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    Well, I doubt Granger can defend Iverson, and I know David can't.

    Don't worry. Unless Scot is back, he'll get plenty of minutes on Wednesday. Provided he stays out of foul trouble, that is.
    Fred Jones can't defend Iverson either. Granger would probably do jus as well/bad.
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    Can't remember much about David's stint (such as it was) tonight-- did they try matching him up against Webber? I don't think that would have been a bad idea, particularly with the foul trouble we got into.

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    Why don't you think has looked very good? He had a nice game in Orlando, and while he was in foul trouble at Miami, defended Shaq very well and scored a few points. He and Granger need more minutes. Fred Jones needs to glue himself to the bench.

    4 turnovers in 11 minutes

    As I mentioned someplace else, Freddie guards Ivy better than anyone else on the Pacers

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    4 turnovers in 11 minutes
    True, but he did a good job of defending Shaq.

    I actually don't remember him w/ 4 turnovers in Miami. I remember 2 of them, I think, but not the others.
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    Default Re: David Harrison

    David has thrown some dumb passes, but he also has been standing out there on the perimeter. Why the hell do they throw him the ball out there all the time? Plant his *** in the post Rick.
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    Default Re: David Harrison

    Rick said in the post-game interview that the reason was, like Unclebuck stated, the match-ups weren't in his favor.

    He thought we needed Bender's length and athleticism for tonight.
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    Yup I agree with Lord Helmet but also I dont believe he is 100%....isnt he still hurt?

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    Yup I agree with Lord Helmet but also I dont believe he is 100%....isnt he still hurt?
    No, I don't think he is 100% quite yet.
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