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    Default Re: 4-1 without Artest

    If someone hasn't said it before i'll say it, 4-2 against who? We let
    the knicks kick our butts on the rebounds and that has a little less
    to do with the 3 spot.

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    Default Re: 4-1 without Artest

    Our play wasn't that good with Artest. Certainly not that of a contender. Let's just be done with him and build try to build a contender without him.
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    "'Only.'" Woevre was amused. "Someday you'll explain to me how that's possible. Seeing that, on the face of it, all mathematics leads, doesn't it, sooner or later, to some kind of human suffering."

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    Default Re: 4-1 without Artest

    Quote Originally Posted by Unclebuck
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    Ron missed a game earlier this season and the Pacers lost, so they are 4-2 in games Ron has not played
    Gotcha.

    But we're 4-1 since his "wrist ailment" and 2-1 since the "public request".

    That's enough for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kstat
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    ....you didnt prove that last year?
    Last year we proved that we were better than all but 2-3 teams in the Eastern conference without Ron (but with Reggie and Dale). Here's the truth: if Ron sits out this year, we're going to be lucky to get as far as we did last year, and there's no way we beat the Pistons in a 7 game series. There's just not enough talent. If all Donnie can land is a ok role player or an aging vet, then he might as well not bother.

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