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    Amazing game, too bad we lost this game but watching the young guys playing and almost beating the second best the team in the east? are you kidding me?


    again, NOBODY WANTS TO PLAY AGAINST TYLER HANSBROUGH !!!!!

    GO PACERS
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    Great game to watch we just fell a little short. I think this will give us some confidence to bounce back tomorrow. If we were an older team I'd worry about dead legs, but I think the young guys will be ok.

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    How about those dunks by Roy and Josh? Those were amazing.

    Roy is back to himself guys. Watch out Charlotte, we're going to kick your *** tomorrow.

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    Tyler did not have any of Dampier's BS. I hate Dampier that dude sets the dirtiest screens and elbows like a mofo on rebounds/fouls.

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    Pacers played a good game. Bosh couldn't guard Hansbrough. Granger stepped up in the 3rd. Hibbert had hustle and flow, it sucks to lose, but I was VERY encouraged by our outing.

    The Heat have 2 superstars and an All-star power forward... in a close game, at home, with a whistle or two on their behalf, and that's extremely difficult to beat. It took 41 from Lebron and a season high 16 from Chalmers to barely edge the Pacers. This is on the road to the 2nd best team in the East.

    I hope the guys can bounce back tomorrow against the Bobcats b/c I'm very excited.. even after a rough loss

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    Tyler did not have any of Dampier's BS. I hate Dampier that dude sets the dirtiest screens and elbows like a mofo on rebounds/fouls.
    Both of those steals by dampier on their little run before half looked like blatant fouls where he just hit them across the body.

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    Klark got a lil to happy when roy ran the floor and dunked it

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    Did anyone see the screen he set on d.jones. He set the screen then rolled towards half court. Then held onto jones.. How he didn't get called for it is amazing since there are two of the 3 refs watching the area.

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    Pretty much everything went right with this game.

    We lost to a really good team who stepped up like it was a game 7.

    Get a good night's rest, wake up tomorrow pumped and ready to go like tonight.

    Tomorrow is important and it's winnable. There's no reason why we should lose to them.

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    Awesome game to watch and I applaud this team for how hard they played. IMO if PG would have had a better game we would have pulled it off. We are 1 great player away from 50 plus wins a season and legit contenders. It's crazy I know but you bring Melo in here we win this game by double digits. He won't come here and I know this but think about it. Knicks have Amare and Felton and some decent other guys. IMO Collison is better then Felton and I would never trade Collison for him. Amare is all they have at a position that is better then ours. Melo comes here he has a better chance at a championship. Won't happen but you can dream. I think Larry needs to make some phone calls and talk to Melo. Trade anyone but Collison, Hibbert, George, and Hans and possibly Granger. Have at it after that. They can have them all I don't care. If it takes Granger then fine. Like I said it won't happen cause he will go to the Knicks but I can dream

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    This game shows how important Roy has become. When he fouled out it was over. They had sex with us in the post, but Bron and Wade can do that to anybody really.
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    Does Tyler need more minutes?

    Is LeBron the MVP of the league, again?

    Do we win that game with Brandon playing?

    Does anyone really feel comfortable with Dahntay playing in crunch time?

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    Turn around to tomorrow will be tough after a draining game. Performance against Bobcats will tell a lot about how we respond to disappointment -albeit no shame disappoint- under Vogel. Overall, very encouraging tonight despite the tough loss, but ultimately it's all about consistency.
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    Does Tyler need more minutes?

    Is LeBron the MVP of the league, again?

    Do we win that game with Brandon playing?

    Does anyone really feel comfortable with Dahntay playing in crunch time?
    1. Depends on how him or Josh are playing. I think you play whichever one plays the best.

    2. No

    3. Possibly

    4. No

    I'm interested in seeing how they respond.

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    A loss is a loss, but I'm very pleased with the effort. We just need to stay consistent until the end of the game for us to be truly a playoff team. If we can be this deadly on all the teams we will face after this...damn every game of the P's will be so fun to watch.

    Hans is a beast. He should have been there in the final 3 minutes just to be an inside presence offensively.

    Gotta maintain this on the next game against the Bobcats! Go Pacers!

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    1. Depends on how him or Josh are playing. I think you play whichever one plays the best.

    2. No

    3. Possibly

    4. No

    I'm interested in seeing how they respond.
    Who is the MVP if Bron isn't?
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    Who is the MVP is Bron isn't?
    For me it's either DRose or Manu

    If the Clippers make the playoffs, you have to mention Griffin too.

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    Coach move of the day: Spoelstra putting LeBron on Darren in the 4th. Totally disrupted our offense, and took away the p&r.

    Coach move of the day runner up: Frank's second to last play for McRoberts. No one, NO ONE, saw that one coming. That was brilliant.

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    Does Tyler need more minutes?
    Yes, many more.


    Is LeBron the MVP of the league, again?

    It looks like Drose would be the winner this year.

    Do we win that game with Brandon playing?

    Yes we needed his defense and shooting, last time he played in Miami he had 20 points.

    Does anyone really feel comfortable with Dahntay playing in crunch time?
    No, he is not that smart with the ball and has the TJ one vision thing going on, he is good in small dosis and really good in defense.

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    Did anyone see the screen he set on d.jones. He set the screen then rolled towards half court. Then held onto jones.. How he didn't get called for it is amazing since there are two of the 3 refs watching the area.
    DAMPIER WAS A B****!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    I'll just say that if Rush had been healthy and had played, we would have won and by more than 10 for sure, because no way in heck would LeBron have gotten 41 with Rush on him. Danny did do a pretty good job tho from what I saw, it wasn't even close to as bad as what Bosh calls defense (or Troy Murphy for that matter ).

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    Does Tyler need more minutes?

    Is LeBron the MVP of the league, again?

    Do we win that game with Brandon playing?

    Does anyone really feel comfortable with Dahntay playing in crunch time?
    1.) there is a positive correlation between fosters minutes and tylers minutes, it depends on a lot of factors... how good tyler is playing, is jmac playing good, is roy playing good? these questions lead to the answer of more minutes or not

    2.) no rose, possibly dirk

    3.) maybe but dante did somewhat contribute on the offensive end which i dont think brandon would have done because he stands in the corners to shoot and the heats 1 on 1 d was good so there defenders werent saggin off the open 3 pt shooters

    4.) as a defensive stopper yes, trying to win the game on the offensive end? no

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    Does Tyler need more minutes?

    Is LeBron the MVP of the league, again?

    Do we win that game with Brandon playing?

    Does anyone really feel comfortable with Dahntay playing in crunch time?
    1) Depends entirely on matchups. Tyler can cause a lot of problems in many situations.

    2) Lebron is the MAP of the league. A stands for arrogant or probably more accurate: @$$hole.

    3) Maybe. They have two of the most talented players in the league who are both well seasoned. We shouldn't expect to beat them.

    4) No, but I'm only comfortable with maybe 3 guys at this point. Collison, Granger and maybe Tyler. DJ would probably be about the 10th player I would pick to be on the floor at crunch time on offense. On D, he is actually pretty useful.

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    Does Tyler need more minutes?

    Is LeBron the MVP of the league, again?

    Do we win that game with Brandon playing?

    Does anyone really feel comfortable with Dahntay playing in crunch time?
    Yes, but I'd feed them to him relatively slowly. Maybe 5 or so more for now.

    Probably, but it should be DRose.

    Tonight's not fully healthy Brandon Rush in his first game back? No. Fully healthy Brandon Rush? Maybe.

    I like Dahntay for 8-10 minutes off the bench. But no.
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    I'll just say that if Rush had been healthy and had played, we would have won and by more than 10 for sure, because no way in heck would LeBron have gotten 41 with Rush on him. Danny did do a pretty good job tho from what I saw, it wasn't even close to as bad as what Bosh calls defense (or Troy Murphy for that matter ).
    Rush doesn't even guard LeBron; he guards Wade.

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