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    Goon Squad-
    They need either PG or Tyler with them. They do not have the weapons to score against other benches. Jones is spotty. AJ can't do anything without a legitamate rolloer or popper. McBob just wants to set people up. And Rush is counting sheep.

    Mix up the starters with the bench a little more. Not a lot. But having the bench alone our there for 5+ minutes is what is giving leads up.
    I'd prefer to keep the Starting lineup with DC/PG/Granger/Hansbrough/Hibbert and move Dunleavy to the 2nd unit to build consistency in the Starting lineup. I'm more concerned that we will run into chemistry issues like the time we had when Vogel tried to add BRush and Lance to the rotation.

    My guess is that with AJ/I nferno ( and BRush splitting time at the SG spot ) Dunleavy/McBob/Foster, the offense will be improved and the defense won't be as bad. My preference is to have BRush and Inferno split time at the SG spot while leaving Dunleavy in for the majority of the time at the SF spot in the 2nd unit so that Dunleavy can be more of a 1st/2nd scoring option on the 2nd unit.

    If Dunleavy really sucks it up out there with the Goon Squad....then I'd rather reduce the rotation to 9 Players and give PG more minutes between both the Starting lineup and 2nd Unit then go back to having Dunleavy in the Starting lineup.

    I think that he can contribute on the offensive end....but I really like the Starting lineup with PG/Granger at the wing positions.
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    Great game. I watched the replay knowing we had won and it was still ****ing tense. Hats off to everyone. Go Pacers!
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    Awesome!

    I HAVE TYLER BLOOD!
    Haha.. That's funny.. I get it. Me too!
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    From Chad Ford's Twitter

    @chadfordinsider Bird & Morway underrated as drafters. Starting Granger (pick 17), Hibbert (17), Hansbrough (13), George (10). Great draft value.

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    NBA.com top 5 plays of the night
    #4 Josh oop
    #2 Tyler dunk
    #1 Danny winner

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    From Chad Ford's Twitter

    @chadfordinsider Bird & Morway underrated as drafters. Starting Granger (pick 17), Hibbert (17), Hansbrough (13), George (10). Great draft value.
    I do agree with this and they left out Price.


    This is also why I think getting a top 10 pick is very overrated. Certainly you don't get Griffin at #11 (though Kobe and Nash were available) but since I started looking more closely I've been able to see lots of good value guys and I'm not a pro-scout or anything.

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    Want 2 apologize 2 the fans of indy. I fell prey 2 being tired n took a turn around jumper late n the fourth. Bad shot. Had em on the ropes.
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    Wow, that's honestly impressive.

    I specifically remember that moment and was complaining about it at the time. He had Amare with 5 fouls, there was nothing Amare could risk doing as Roy pushed inward and out of nowhere he let him off the hook with that fade.

    Very impressed to see him admit the mistake.

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    Awesome!

    I HAVE TYLER BLOOD!


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    Not sure but I think it was on the Detroit game that went to overtime, there is few other games I just can't remember the games.

    With Jim a last second play was either Danny or TJ on an iso play and he would usually have two non scorers during that play for some reason, like there was enough time for Foster or Josh to get a rebound, Vogel has been doing the same thing but at least today he had Roy and Hans in.
    You realize that Josh always shows toward the rim if his man leaves him, and if that happens it's a dunk?

    Not even trying to jock Josh here, it's just what his #1 offensive "move" is, show the backdoor cut for the oop, both from the corner and the weakside high post area.

    In short, Josh keeps his man honest as long as the guy with the ball has even a minute amount of offensive awareness.



    BTW, Danny NORMALLY gets doubled even if Roy is going. There have been games this year where doubling teams will double on both Roy and Danny.

    Typically Danny kinda stinks when faced with doubles, he doesn't pass out of them well.

    Some teams don't believe in doubling, like Carlisle's Mavs or D'Antoni's Knicks. But if I were advance scouting against the Pacers I'd say that you should always double Danny and Roy at this point.

    Although tonight Roy found his passing mojo again which was as welcome as the return of DC's FG% and Danny's effort.

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    NBA.com top 5 plays of the night
    #4 Josh oop
    #2 Tyler dunk
    #1 Danny winner
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    I do agree with this and they left out Price.


    This is also why I think getting a top 10 pick is very overrated. Certainly you don't get Griffin at #11 (though Kobe and Nash were available) but since I started looking more closely I've been able to see lots of good value guys and I'm not a pro-scout or anything.


    So if a team finishes the season 20-62, and their starting lineup includes several middle first round picks (or even a 2nd rounder) does that mean they (management) are good talent evaluators?

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    Who is that? Tyler Krueger? All he needs is the striped sweater
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    I thought it was T(yler)-1000.
    It's "The Human Torch".

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    I agree, the guy talking about Rush being inconsistent the past three seasons may be right after all

    There is a reason Rush earned the name Mr. Inconsistancy from me!

    I've said it many times, Paul George was drafted as Rush's replacement..... and he has! I really feel Rush won't be a Pacer next year. He's played himself off this team, or should I say his lack of consistancy has played him off this team. If only, he had Dahntay's agressiveness, demeanor, or whatever you want to call it.

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    There is a reason Rush earned the name Mr. Inconsistancy from me!

    I've said it many times, Paul George was drafted as Rush's replacement..... and he has! I really feel Rush won't be a Pacer next year. He's played himself off this team, or should I say his lack of consistancy has played him off this team. If only, he had Dahntay's agressiveness, demeanor, or whatever you want to call it.
    agreed.

    i can't wait to go home and watch the game. 6 more hours to go.

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    Funny how playing a squad that couldn't spell D-E-F-E-N-S-E if you
    spotted them everything but the D twice in a row cures all ills isn't
    it....!

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    Funny how playing a squad that couldn't spell D-E-F-E-N-S-E if you
    spotted them everything but the D twice in a row cures all ills isn't
    it....!
    Hey, Toronto is no defensive powerhouse, either, and we still lost to them.


    These last 2 games don't cure all ills, but damn were they much needed confidence boosters.

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    I agree, the guy talking about Rush being inconsistent the past three seasons may be right after all
    It wasn't just one guy saying it. Rush has exited then been a let down repeatedly throughout his career. I finally got tired of it this season and stopped hoping he would grow out of it.

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    At this point there isn't much else to say about that game, but I will say this, it was easily one of the top 3 games of the year.

    Great crowd for a Tuesday night, wonder if that would have been the case if Melo hadn't been traded.

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    PS - Tyler, Collison and Danny were the MVP guys on the night, but McBob had to be the highlight of the night on that monster oop. I love how he busts it on transition and I love that they spotted him for that pass. I was cheering and yelling before he even went up for it, you could see it coming a mile away. Beautiful.
    He owed me a couple after I'm up there yelling "Dunk it on his head!" and instead of thundering one over Turiaf he spun and tossed a slop pass over his head.

    Or, as Cornrows said on twitter "Who neutered Josh?"
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    He owed me a couple after I'm up there yelling "Dunk it on his head!" and instead of thundering one over Turiaf he spun and tossed a slop pass over his head.

    Or, as Cornrows said on twitter "Who neutered Josh?"

    That pissed me off. I wish he would have just went to the line at least. I get frustrated with his passivity sometimes. His dribbling behind the back erode pass was flashy with no results. And Foster was:


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    Yeah there really isn't much more to say.

    1.) Hibbert was very good down the stretch for us. As was DC.

    2.) We fought back when the Knicks made their runs.

    3.) It may be very ironic that a significant turning point for this franchise to get back into the playoffs was the result of a fight. We will probably lose the next two, but as long as they "fight" like it is a playoff game in both, then I am happy. Let's hope the team can continue to build momentum in these last 15 games. I really want to make the playoffs this year. It is important for everybody.

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    heh thanks.. and yes I most definitely plan on trying to go to more games.. for sure..

    Right now is a very very bad time financially for me , with me just recently becoming unemployed.. it is very hard coming by any extra money.. (if anyone needs a dependable , hard worker and knows of anything, or can get my foot in the door anyplace, plz pm me any info. or questions on my empl.skills)


    With that being said , I DO plan on trying to at least catch 1 or 2 more games live if I either luck into a couple free or cheap tix, or am able to get back on the employment horse very soon..
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    That pissed me off. I wish he would have just went to the line at least. I get frustrated with his passivity sometimes. His dribbling behind the back erode pass was flashy with no results. And Foster was:


    It confirmed for me that he's hurt. There are several moves that he hasn't made since sitting out the 2nd half of a game last week with a sore knee.

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    Funny how playing a squad that couldn't spell D-E-F-E-N-S-E if you
    spotted them everything but the D twice in a row cures all ills isn't
    it....!
    We take our bright spots where we can get them! Just enjoy it.
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    Great game to be at! I was there with my 8 yr old son. He loved it. He said this was the best game he had ever been too! It really made up for the Suns game we were at a couple of weeks ago. It is nice to have another pacers fan in my house. He is more of a fanatic than me.

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