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    No matter who shoots it, we'll miss.
    Ha!

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    Wow, something going RIGHT in the 4th?!

    I'm amazed that the 24 second violation thing worked.

    I was sure they were going to get off a shot and then they'd miss the rebound and Philly would win.

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    RUNI (THE UNDERRATED ONE) TO JAX (THE HATED ONE) FOR THE WIN.....

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    If Jackson had to shoot a 10ft jumper instead of a layup we would have lost.
    "He wanted to get to that money time. Time when the hardware was on the table. That's when Roger was going to show up. So all we needed to do was stay close"
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    Somebody put Bill Walton on suicide watch.

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    If Jackson had to shoot a 10ft jumper instead of a layup we would have lost.
    so true...lol

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    Webber is so clutch!!! ;-)
    WTH was up with that play? Iverson inbounding it?
    He probably wanted to get to 10 assists because of that 30 pts/10 assists thing

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    Good win on a day we didn't play very well. It makes up for some games when we played well and lost.

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    A layup isn't a shot.

    And I'm still surprised we didn't miss it.

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    This is what Saras needs to do. Good games in limited minutes. The PT will come as long as he just plays well regardless of minutes.

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    This was a great win!! We lost by one last game, won by one today! finally beat the Sixers and we're still ahead of them in the standings!



    PS. Lord Helmet, sorry if you needed that inhaler, I kinda used it all up!

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    He probably wanted to get to 10 assists because of that 30 pts/10 assists thing
    If that really was the reason, that's awful. But, honestly, I doubt it, I think they were just trying to be clever. And it's a good idea if there's 6 or so seconds on the clock, not two.

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    This was a great win!! We lost by one last game, won by one today! finally beat the Sixers and we're still ahead of them in the standings!



    PS. Lord Helmet, sorry if you needed that inhaler, I kinda used it all up!
    I'm good, I'm good.

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    Somebody put Bill Walton on suicide watch.
    No don't do that......

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    AJ had a really good game, especially in the 3rd!

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    I'm now 2-0 when I start game threads, I come through on Sunday better then Brett Favre

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    Am I the only one that screamed out YES when SJax got that layup?
    nope...I did,l ol
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    I did a when Jack made that layup.

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    So Toad, for the umpteenth time, how do you like your cr..............
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    We finally won a close game. Hopefully this wakes the sleeping giant!

    Win #30 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Yeah, finally got that 30th win. Life is good

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    Default FINAL BOX SCORE

    INDIANA PACERS
    STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AOREBDREBREBASTSTLBLKTOPFPTS
    Peja Stojakovic, SF334-101-34-53472001113
    Jeff Foster, C142-20-00-0088100244
    Scot Pollard, C243-50-00-0145210136
    Stephen Jackson, GF405-201-64-41457312115
    Anthony Johnson, PG319-140-00-00334303118
    BENCHMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AOREBDREBREBASTSTLBLKTOPFPTS
    David Harrison, C325-50-03-61230022413
    Fred Jones, SG314-131-50-0112510309
    Sarunas Jasikevicius, PG174-53-41-10112103212
    Danny Granger, F192-60-20-0055101064
    TOTALSFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AOREBDREBREBASTSTLBLKTOPFPTS
    38-806-2012-16732392494172294
    47.5%30.0%75.0%Team TO (pts off): 18 (24)
     
    PHILADELPHIA 76ERS
    STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AOREBDREBREBASTSTLBLKTOPFPTS
    Andre Iguodala, GF394-100-22-23693101310
    Chris Webber, PF397-220-23-62354106117
    Steven Hunter, FC162-30-00-0022101014
    Allen Iverson, PG4412-202-37-110229305033
    Kevin Ollie, PG210-30-00-0011020000
    BENCHMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AOREBDREBREBASTSTLBLKTOPFPTS
    Samuel Dalembert, C213-30-01-1347011047
    Kyle Korver, SF325-72-30-00221100312
    John Salmons, GF241-61-17-100661200210
    Matt Barnes, SF40-00-00-0011000000
    TOTALSFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AOREBDREBREBASTSTLBLKTOPFPTS
    34-745-1120-308273519112121493
    45.9%45.5%66.7%Team TO (pts off): 13 (7)
     

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    Default GAME RECAP

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    • Indiana 94, Philadelphia 93

      By ROB MAADDI, AP Sports Writer
      March 5, 2006

      PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Stephen Jackson's layup with 2.9 seconds left lifted the Indiana Pacers to a 94-93 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Sunday.

      Allen Iverson had 33 points and nine assists, but couldn't lead the Sixers to their third straight victory.

      Anthony Johnson had 18 points and Jackson scored 15 for Indiana, which has won three of four.

      Down by one point, the Pacers got possession after a shot-clock violation on Philadelphia with 4.9 seconds left. Sarunas Jasikevicius threw an inbound pass to Jackson, who went around a stumbling Kyle Korver to make an uncontested shot.

      Chris Webber missed a jumper at the buzzer after an inbounds pass from Iverson.

      Iverson has scored 120 points and dished out 31 assists in three games since he was snubbed for the United States' national team. He reached 40 points and 10 assists in consecutive games for the first time in his 10-year career, but fell short of doing it again.

      After a turnover by Peja Stojakovic, Iverson sank a fadeaway jumper to give the Sixers a 91-90 lead with 2:26 left. John Salmons forced Fred Jones to commit another turnover, but Iverson's jumper was short and the Pacers reclaimed the lead on Johnson's turnaround shot.

      Webber made two free throws with 50.3 seconds left to put Philadelphia ahead 93-92. Jackson then missed a long jumper from the corner and Korver grabbed the rebound, but the Sixers couldn't get another shot and gave it back to Indiana.

      Jackson missed 15 of his 20 shots, but made the most important one he took at the end, helping the Pacers (30-26) stay ahead of Philadelphia (30-29) in the Eastern Conference playoff race.

      Iverson had 12 of Philadelphia's first 14 points in the third quarter, but the Sixers couldn't pull away. Jones had a reverse dunk off an alley-oop pass from Stojakovic to give Indiana a 69-66 lead late in the third. Jones and Jasikevicius then hit 3-pointers to extend the margin to 77-71 going into the fourth quarter.

      Neither team led by more than five points in the first half. Webber had a reverse slam and Iverson made consecutive jumpers late in the second quarter before Webber added another dunk to give Philadelphia a 46-45 lead at halftime.

      Notes

      Steven Hunter made his sixth straight start at center for the Sixers, with Samuel Dalembert coming off the bench for the third game in a row after missing three with an ankle injury. Dalembert made all three of his shots -- all dunks. ... Forward Jermaine O'Neal (groin), guard Jamaal Tinsley (elbow) and forward Austin Croshere (concussion) remained sidelined for the depleted Pacers. ... The teams have split two of their three meetings. The Sixers are 26-18 when Iverson and Webber score at least 50 points combined in their 1 1/2 seasons together. ... Indiana's Danny Granger fouled out with under a minute left. ... Stojakovic spent most of the fourth quarter on the bench.
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    Why did Peja sit so long?
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