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    Default Re: 03/17/2010 Game Thread #68 Pacers at Cavaliers

    Dun, you could've moved towards the top of the key there to help your teammate out, cha' know?

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    Default Re: 03/17/2010 Game Thread #68 Pacers at Cavaliers

    I think this comeback goes to show how vulnerable the Cavs are without LeBron on the floor.

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    Default Re: 03/17/2010 Game Thread #68 Pacers at Cavaliers

    nice of Murphy trying to keep us out of reach by missing the free trow.


    did anybody see the amazing D of Rush on Lebron?

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    I gotta give props to Murphy , he has been ballin' out of his mind for a while now , and no one ever mentions him, .. I like Murphy ,I really do.. just only about 20 to 24 mpg and not as our starting PF/C..

    19 and 15 is damn good really , especially since he has been consistant with it ..
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    I think this comeback goes to show how vulnerable the Cavs are without LeBron on the floor.
    Agreed, I just don't think they are the favorites, either.

    Probably going to see a Cavs - Magic ECF again, as Boston is ****ing up.
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    ok well I think that as Watson, and that was the WORST basketball decision ive ever seen made by an NBA Player. But Obie prolly told him to not take wide open layups and instead kick it out
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    See..the young guys would put up an entertaining fight..but still get us a good draft pick. Playing those guys is how you win back fans.

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    Default Re: 03/17/2010 Game Thread #68 Pacers at Cavaliers

    Seriously, FSI, stop interviewing the opposing team when they win. I don't care what Mo Williams thinks.
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    This Gatorade commercial makes me want to jump off a bridge.
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    Default Re: 03/17/2010 Game Thread #68 Pacers at Cavaliers

    respond to sookie:

    we been saying this for a long time, to bad they don't listen

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    Default Re: 03/17/2010 Game Thread #68 Pacers at Cavaliers

    Great effort by the team to keep it close w/out Granger. I like A.J. Price's game more and more. Lebron just got alot of key blocks towards the end.
    And the walls came tumbling down.....

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    This Gatorade commercial makes me want to jump off a bridge.


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    It makes me personally wanna gouge out my eyeballs and repeatedly punch myself in the junk ...


    It's funny cuz EVERY single time I hear the beginning of that annoying music start to play .. I am fumbling around like a madman trying to get to the remote control to hit MUTE before I hear it officially starts up..

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    It makes me personally wanna gouge out my eyeballs and repeatedly punch myself in the junk ...
    Backpack attack!!!

    Is that better?
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    Default Re: 03/17/2010 Game Thread #68 Pacers at Cavaliers

    So who thinks Lebron should have been called for that bump on Rush right before he block his shot on that layup, cause he came over and bumped him hard.

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    Default Re: 03/17/2010 Game Thread #68 Pacers at Cavaliers

    Pleased to see Rush dueling with LeBron for a bit. LBJ got the better of him (of course), but I don't mind Brandon getting that experience at all. There were several possessions where Rush played really good D on him and you could tell LeBron was annoyed by it more than once. As Brandon becomes a vet I expect his D on premiere wings will get better and I am looking forward to watching that happen (assuming he's still a Pacer then, of course).
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    So who thinks Lebron should have been called for that bump on Rush right before he block his shot on that layup, cause he came over and bumped him hard.
    Yep, I jumped off the couch when I saw that one. It wasn't an incidental contact bump, that's for sure - looked more like a little push to me.
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    I have to give credit where its due and Rush deserves it for the way he played in the fourth quarter. He didn't do much most of the game but he sure stepped up in the fourth. He was guarding James and did a hell of a job as far as I'm concerned (Did you guys see the block he had on James when he went up for a layup??). A lot better than our so called defensive specialist Dahntay had when he was on James earlier in the game. He also had James guarding him on offense but still scored something like 10 pts in the fourth.
    I wish the kid could put it together for extended periods because he clearly has the potential to be really good. I hope we don't trade him like we almost did at the deadline. With a coaching change and better players around him I really think he could be a very nice player to have on a quality team.
    Also, is it a coincidence or does this team play better without Granger? They seem to pass the ball around a lot more on offense instead of watching Danny shoot between 20 and 25 shots a game without real ball movement...

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    I have to give credit where its due and Rush deserves it for the way he played in the fourth quarter. He didn't do much most of the game but he sure stepped up in the fourth. He was guarding James and did a hell of a job as far as I'm concerned (Did you guys see the block he had on James when he went up for a layup??). A lot better than our so called defensive specialist Dahntay had when he was on James earlier in the game. He also had James guarding him on offense but still scored something like 10 pts in the fourth.
    I wish the kid could put it together for extended periods because he clearly has the potential to be really good. I hope we don't trade him like we almost did at the deadline. With a coaching change and better players around him I really think he could be a very nice player to have on a quality team.
    Also, is it a coincidence or does this team play better without Granger? They seem to pass the ball around a lot more on offense instead of watching Danny shoot between 20 and 25 shots a game without real ball movement...
    Yes but all teams move the ball better with out their best player. They have to, no one on the team can do what Danny can do. Remember the team that played the game after the brawl. Everyone loved that style of play.

    Lakers moved the ball better when Kobe was out as well.

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    So who thinks Lebron should have been called for that bump on Rush right before he block his shot on that layup, cause he came over and bumped him hard.
    There was actually a drive by LJ in the 3rd where he dipped his shoulder big time right into Brandon who was in good position. They (of course) called a block rather then a charge - but LJ clearly initiated the delivered the contacr thar sent Brandon flying out of bounds. Even QN thought it was a missed call.
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    Yep, I jumped off the couch when I saw that one. It wasn't an incidental contact bump, that's for sure - looked more like a little push to me.
    He had to make the bump too because Rush was about to blow past him coming off the screen. Talk about slowing a player down, let me give you a 250 lbs shoulder.

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    I gotta give props to Murphy , he has been ballin' out of his mind for a while now , and no one ever mentions him, .. I like Murphy ,I really do.. just only about 20 to 24 mpg and not as our starting PF/C..

    19 and 15 is damn good really , especially since he has been consistant with it ..


    Not to mention . . . .

    . . . aw, heck. I'll mention it: A +8 on the +/- scale while leading the team in minutes!
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    Default Re: 03/17/2010 Game Thread #68 Pacers at Cavaliers

    Also if you watched the game last night DJones was getting called for basically planting in the post and using his arm bar. He got called for it twice. I thought the arm bar was legit defensive position. Never understand why players get called for that.

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    nice of Murphy trying to keep us out of reach by missing the free trow.


    did anybody see the amazing D of Rush on Lebron?
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    Not to mention . . . .

    . . . aw, heck. I'll mention it: A +8 on the +/- scale while leading the team in minutes!
    In spite of being a rebound vulture and letting guys fly by for dunk after layup after dunk.
    I don't care, I still hate him. :

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    Yes I did

    dont trade him
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