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  • Kwame Brown (2001)

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Thread: 01/09/2006 Game Thread 32: Pacers at Lakers

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    Default Re: 01/09/2006 Game Thread 32: Pacers at Lakers

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    Yea, you've got JO taking threes with Sarunas on the bench. Nice Job Carlisle!
    Was he on the bench when JO took that three?

    I'm pretty sure he was on the floor, but either way, he should have took it, he's at least one the clutch players on this team.
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    Default Re: 01/09/2006 Game Thread 32: Pacers at Lakers

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    JO has about 2 chances to hit 2 FTs and he missed all of them.

    The refs were not even the cause of this pathetic loss, tonight.

    It was our incapability to hit those oh so hard FT's.
    LA was obviously playing tough defense on the FT's

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    Default Re: 01/09/2006 Game Thread 32: Pacers at Lakers

    Okay...so from what I can tell....missed FT cost us the game ( from everyone ) and Jax / Sarunas not hitting a FG from the field doesn't help at all ( although Sarunas making it to the line seemed to make up a little for that ).

    Hmmm...who to blame for this loss....who to blame....? Apparently the Refs....then SJax, then JONeal and then Sarunas.
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    Default Re: 01/09/2006 Game Thread 32: Pacers at Lakers

    I've never liked Bryant. He's a cockbite. But he can hit clutch shots - no doubt.
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    Default Re: 01/09/2006 Game Thread 32: Pacers at Lakers

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    LA was obviously playing tough defense on the FT's

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    That's what I hate about FTs........they are called FREE Throws. Hello....FREE Throw ( Note the operative word is FREE )
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    This is David West, he is the Honey Badger, West just doesn't give a *****....he's pretty bad *ss cuz he has no regard for any other Player or Team whatsoever.

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    Default Re: 01/09/2006 Game Thread 32: Pacers at Lakers

    We really need a better 2nd scoring option.

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    Default Re: 01/09/2006 Game Thread 32: Pacers at Lakers

    On a positive note... I think Foster finally got a layup to fall.

    Well, it was a tip of his own missed layup but who's counting?

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    Default Re: 01/09/2006 Game Thread 32: Pacers at Lakers

    I wish Jack weren't so up and down, we need someone else besides JO that we know can fill it up every night.
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    ... I think Foster finally got a layup to fall.

    Well, it was a tip of his own missed layup but who's counting?

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    Bull**** , he scored on reverse layup after nice pass by Saras

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    Default Re: 01/09/2006 Game Thread 32: Pacers at Lakers

    Jack hada a rather miserable night..Poor guy. One night he has 31 pts and had 5 3's in the third. The next night battling foul trouble and only having 8 points. Fred got fouled out AGAIN!

    I think it's weird how one night we're shootin .591 from downtown then the next we're 3-16 .188 this isnt the first time either we've been doin that for a while.

    Danger had a great game though! He practically handled Odom. He also made Kobe get a "T" .. Another good game for him

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    Default Re: 01/09/2006 Game Thread 32: Pacers at Lakers

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    We are such a better team than the Lakers. If it weren't for the refs we'd be up by 6 or 7, at least. If our guys can really gel as the season progresses, we're gonna be good. Real good.
    I read this whole thread just to find the dumbest comment about the refs and here it is.

    The Pacers shot 42 FTs and you're blaming the refs? That, my friend, is hysterical.

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    I read this whole thread just to find the dumbest comment about the refs and here it is.

    The Pacers shot 42 FTs and you're blaming the refs? That, my friend, is hysterical.
    What you fail to see Mr_Basketball is the refs awarded the free throws to Indiana players they KNEW would miss them. That's how the refs cheated the Pacers at the same time made the 42 to 31 freethrow disparity in the Pacers favor look legit.

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    Default Re: 01/09/2006 Game Thread 32: Pacers at Lakers

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    How's Kobe's shoulder doing? It took a beating from Grangers teeth the likes of which hasn't been seen since the back of Fred Jones' head pummeled Ben Wallace's brother's fist into oblivion.
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    Measuring the # of FTs to determine the quality of the officiating is absurd. They sucked. They treated Kobe like he was Christ, and the Lakers guards couldn't touch us along the perimeter. It went both ways.

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