"I was proud of our guys' effort to fight back in the game. We didn't defend well enough, we didn't rebound well enough, Barbosa got off and he was the difference in the game." -- Vogel
"Defense let us down and when we did get stops we didn't rebound the ball. We've got to do better in those two areas." -- Vogel
"(Hansbrough)'s progressing very well and he still has a long way to go. He's playing well but his ceiling his high. When you play as hard as that kid does, you're still making a lot of the mistakes young players make, he starts cleaning all that up then we're going to be a really good basketball team." -- Vogel
"I'm not even thinking about next season, obviously. I'm thinking about getting in the playoffs and we're playing the guys we think give us the best chance to get in the playoffs and that's a lot of young guys." -- Vogel
"I can't figure (the slow starts) out, to be honest with you. It's just something that we have to take upon ourselves, to come out and have better starts and be prepared better. You can look at defensive rotations, getting back in transition, picking up people, finding shooters, different things like that. It starts with us though, I can tell you that. We didn't get our jobs done from the get-go." -- Hansbrough
"If I was on him (Barbosa), I would have took his head off and I would have been suspended for a game for a flagrant foul," Danny Granger fumed. "Stuff like that will sit in the back of your head the next time we play Toronto. We don't play them again but if I was on him, I would have taken his neck off."
"I can't remember (first incident) but, like I said, it'll sit in the back of your mind next time you play Toronto," he said. "That's unsportsmanlike. I would have taken his head off and busted his lip. That's just me though."