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    Hansbrough was the man tonight, yeah nobody wants to play Tyler, the rest of the team booooooooooooo.

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    Any particular reason we didn't play DC in the fourth? I only saw the tail end of the game?

    AJ went through a stretch where he needed to pass. I hope AJ (DC, TJ, Danny, Lance..whoever, stop with this ****) iso isn't how we close games, I understand we needed quick points but...

    Tyler 26 points! Too bad we couldn't get the win for him. Glad to see he showed up though.

    Granger only 8 points? Was Roy as invisible in the rest of the game as he was in the fourth.

    I always think we miss Jeff Foster.

    I think, Vogel has the right idea though, this game.

    Continue to start the starters (Pull them quickly if they get down a ton) but let Price/George and whoever is playing better between Hans and Josh, end the game. We'll have a better shot at winning, but it's not punishing some of the other guys.
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    Only emoticons can express how I feel about this team right now.

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    Tyler needs to start, and either Dahntay or George needs to start for Rush. Can't keep starting flat and falling into big holes.

    I know Vogel is trying to keep a rotation, but you still have to make adjustments when the outcome has been bad 4 games in a row.

    How's Dunleavy's thumb. I'm almost take him one handed over Brandon Rush

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    I don't see this team beating the sorry a** t-wolves tomorrow. The trade that didn't happen has simply destroyed this team from a mental aspect and they haven't recovered. Luckily Charlotte keeps blowing it.
    Fire up that tank and drive it to the draft

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    The team has not been able to competitively play a .500+ team. I am disappoint. lol.

    Tyler was on fiyah though.

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    Why are the Pacers so bad right now and why is our defense the worst it has been all season.

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    Tyler needs to start, and either Dahntay or George needs to start for Rush. Can't keep starting flat and falling into big holes.

    I know Vogel is trying to keep a rotation, but you still have to make adjustments when the outcome has been bad 4 games in a row.

    How's Dunleavy's thumb. I'm almost take him one handed over Brandon Rush
    I would take Dun's thumb by itself over BRush.

    Is Vogel really that stubborn not to see that the starting duds just have little energy, athleticism, and passion.
    Lance, PG, Danny, Tyler, Roy

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    Is Vogel really that stubborn not to see that the starting duds just have little energy, athleticism, and passion.
    Lance, PG, Danny, Tyler, Roy

    Wait, now Vogel is stubborn?

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    Wait, now Vogel is stubborn?
    Stubborn or dumb? Take your pick but you have to admit it is not working and could be better.

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    The team finally started playing hard with about 5 minutes to go in the 4th. We need a new starting unit.

    I love Tyler Hansbrough. I am so glad he is on our team. I want his brother on the team too. Hell, if there are more Hansbroughs out there let's also get them involved somehow!

    The rest of this team...
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    another game another loss. neeeeeext...

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    Stubborn or dumb? Take your pick but you have to admit it is not working and could be better.
    Well's said he's afraid to be like O'brien and start swapping guys around.

    What he did tonight was good, just take the starters out quicker if need be. And close with Price/George and Hans if Hans is playing well.

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    This team isn't going anywhere with this rotation.

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    The team finally started playing hard with about 5 minutes to go in the 4th. We need a new starting unit.

    I love Tyler Hansbrough. I am so glad he is on our team. I want his brother on the team too. Hell, if there are more Hansbroughs out there let's also get them involved also somehow!

    The rest of this team can **** off.
    If the team isn't talented then it has to play with heart. The first unit doesn't do that.

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    I don't see this team beating the sorry a** t-wolves tomorrow. The trade that didn't happen has simply destroyed this team from a mental aspect and they haven't recovered. Luckily Charlotte keeps blowing it.
    Bucks are 2.5 back now, easily within striking distance. In fact they could have the spot in the next week and a half.

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    Why are the Pacers so bad right now and why is our defense the worst it has been all season.
    Well, we are playing Roy, Josh and DC together. I think they are a pretty bad defensive group to have out there. That sets the tone of the game with them starting and the apathy spreads...

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    I feel like I really wasted my evening tonight

    We are falling further down the hole, and the hope we had at 7-1 seems a long long time ago
    Sittin on top of the world!

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    Start Tyler and start George. We need energy. It would hurt our bench, but we need the strongest starters out there right now that actually care (I'm not saying that Josh doesn't play hard, but Tyler just plays another level of hard that few can match. Rush is just useless though and he never, ever gets after it.) Brandon had four points and Josh had 5.

    Oh yeah, and put DC on a short leash. His "defense" is a joke. Not to mention how bad of a point guard he's been. I'd love to start Lance as he has the most talent, but he's just not grown enough. I'm hesitant to start Price because his legs aren't under him at all.

    Danny was crap. I don't think I need to go any further and I think he'll bounce back next game.

    This was an embarrassment and most of the Pacers spit on us fans tonight despite giving them ridiculous patience. These guys are pissing me off.

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    [QUOTE=Sookie;1188503]Well's said he's afraid to be like O'brien and start swapping guys around.

    What he did tonight was good, just take the starters out quicker if need be. And close with Price/George and Hans if Hans is playing well.[/QUOTE

    By the time he takes the starters out we're done.

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    Hansbrough's 11-14 night raised his field goal percentage from .430 to .442. Another great or a few good shooting game(s) will raise it over the .450 hump.

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    If the team isn't talented then it has to play with heart. The first unit doesn't do that.
    If the three players with the most talent (by far) all have terrible games, I don't think that is on the coach. Unsurprisingly, JOB, Murphy, and Dunleavy were not hiding the secrets to a 50 win season in their empty stats and stubborn lineups.

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    Well's said he's afraid to be like O'brien and start swapping guys around.

    What he did tonight was good, just take the starters out quicker if need be. And close with Price/George and Hans if Hans is playing well.
    I don't think you're like O'Brien if you simply change the starting lineup to best fit the needs of the team. You could still distribute the minutes to where it's not a drastic change.

    I wouldn't say he's stubborn or dumb, just a young inexperience coach, who's perhaps timid to make changes based off his mentor.

    Maybe he should just ask Larry Bird who to start

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    Well, we are playing Roy, Josh and DC together. I think they are a pretty bad defensive group to have out there. That sets the tone of the game with them starting and the apathy spreads...
    Danny's just as bad.

    In fact, sometimes Josh and Roy look worse than they are defensively because they have to cover for DC and Danny so much.

    I can understand Vogel's concern. Right now, the guys like him. I don't know that they think of him as a leader. If he starts swapping things around, there may be some problems. Unless of course he gets some vets on his side (Danny and Jeff probably)
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    Hansbrough's 11-14 night raised his field goal percentage from .430 to .442. Another great or a few good shooting game(s) will raise it over the .450 hump.
    Tyler was hitting everything tonight. I hope he can do that every game..

    But the fact that tonight was the first time in the past 10 games that he has shot over .500 doesn't make that too likely.

    But you wouldn't be willing to see both sides would you GrangeRusHibbert.
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