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    damn . cha 82 bos 81 sec left
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    Plumlee reminds me of a young Dale Davis. Good rebounding and he contests shots well on defense and his offensive game is very raw just like DD's was coming out of college.
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    I would love to have some guy on this team.... that actually played like they CARED about winning. I mean you just beat Chicago and now next game we lose to Sac..... this is truly a pitiful Jekel and Hyde team.
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    This forum just has real high highs and real low lows.
    fixed.

    I mean, I didn't see the game (it's 7:30 am here in India) but my wife woke me up with the info and I had to calm her down.

    Bucks and Bobcats were on a losing streak, suddenly they win and they deserve the playoffs - we lose one big one after a number of gritty wins and suddenly we don't deserve them.

    Talk about inconsistency - I guess we should bear in mind that we have a pretty young forum in terms of experience on PD and they'll have their ups and downs
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    Have you ever watched a really young team before?

    I have. And I've seen much much worse than this.

    This wasn't anywhere close to the Minny game. There was effort in this game. There was just a terrible shooting percentage.

    It's almost laughable that people expected consistency from this group.
    the effort wasnt terrible it wasnt great. But the problem was we couldnt hit a shot to save our life and our defense was poor.


    Tyler couldnt guard Cousins also

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    And he's irrelevant if we get into the playoffs without him.
    Really? What if Collison goes down with an injury. You want Price starting and Lance backing him up in the playoffs? Depth killed.

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    Neither do the Bucks or Bobcats.
    At least they're playing with heart on the road. Bobcats don't even have Jackson, and they traded Wallace

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    ***** Cha won
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    Plumlee reminds me of a young Dale Davis. Good rebounding and he contests shots well on defense and his offensive game is very raw just like DD's was coming out of college.
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    LOL CHARLOTTE WON
    I thought they were out of the playoffs picture!
    Well, big game tomorrow, we have to at least get that one

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    The Bobcats won

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    This is a real shot tonight.

    Believing we were going to lock up the 8th spot being 4 games above everyone else.

    Now it's going to be even closer again.

    Holy **** the Bobcats beat the Celtics! I can't believe it.

    Everyone is slacking off tonight to bad teams.

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    Charlotte wins. WoW.

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    fixed.

    I mean, I didn't see the game (it's 7:30 am here in India) but my wife woke me up with the info and I had to calm her down.

    Bucks and Bobcats were on a losing streak, suddenly they win and they deserve the playoffs - we lose one big one after a number of gritty wins and suddenly we don't deserve them.

    Talk about inconsistency - I guess we should bear in mind that we have a pretty young forum in terms of experience on PD and they'll have their ups and downs
    Winning 3 out of 4 is a losing streak. The one loss by 7 to the same team the Pacers got blown out by tonight?

    They beat the Knicks twice and the Nets just like the Pacers did, but they're not getting blown out by Minnesota, Toronto and Sacramento.

    Yeah the Bobcats have been on a losing streak, but the Pacers haven't beat Boston this year, nor have they had the injuries the other 2 teams have had

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    Really? What if Collison goes down with an injury. You want Price starting and Lance backing him up in the playoffs? Depth killed.
    I'd be fine with that hypothetical.

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    At least they're playing with heart on the road. Bobcats don't even have Jackson, and they traded Wallace
    The Bucks lost to the Kings and the Bobcats lost to us by 23.

    Those 2 teams suck especially the Bobcats.

    We're not that good either, but whoever gets in deserves it.

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    I think one of our promblems this year is that Danny Granger taking the ball to the hoop way too many times and not shooting the wide open three point shots. I know everyone here always complained that he took to many three point shots before. I think he needs to find the balance.

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    damm AJ Price took 15 shots 1-9 from 3pt range ouch


    Tyler 3-13 ouch

    Danny 4-13

    Roy 4-9

    Rush 1-7

    DC 4-12

    We areent gonna win any game with this kind of shooting just one of thoes nights

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    Really? What if Collison goes down with an injury. You want Price starting and Lance backing him up in the playoffs? Depth killed.
    I personally don't want Lance doing anything but maybe what he did tonight - playing mop up minutes in a blowout. Not convinced he'll ever make it, but he's definitely not ready now.
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    Yeah, there was some effort there, but if you want to make the playoffs you have to be able to overcome an off shooting night at this juncture. And that ain't hapenin' with the **** poor D game we came up with.

    Yet you knew it would be trouble with the Cousins - Dalembert inside combo plus their athleticism outside.
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    Winning 3 out of 4 is a losing streak. The one loss by 7 to the same team the Pacers got blown out by tonight?
    You're right, Bucks aren't on a losing streak as such (we were holding ground because we were winning). According to some people, though, our loss tonight seems to have been considered a disaster of losing streak proportions, even though our record over the last 7 games is as good or even slightly better than theirs.

    Yes, we should worry about the Bucks, but it's still just one game. We have to take the games one at a time.
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    I'm sorry, if you're complaining about Collison and Price tonight..you're an idiot.

    They may have missed everything they threw up. But they were out there fighting and trying. I know these two are the current whipping boys. But knock it off. Neither of them are anywhere close to blame for this loss.

    We lost because of our FRONT COURT..Yes, I'm looking at Tyler and Roy. And because our Front court stunk, we got stuck trying to make jump shots..and we weren't making those.

    But it's a good lesson. Sac stopped our front court by covering the paint and letting us shoot threes..and we missed them. We've seen this defense..now we've got to figure out how to work around it. (Of course, typically..you need to make a few threes in order to break that sort of offense..)

    Now..that's okay. Quite frankly, this is exactly the kind of front court Roy and Tyler struggles against, and Tyler was due for a bad game. It's okay.

    I'm just saying. This ain't the whipping boys fault.
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    I can't believe I spent two and one half hours of my life to watch that chicken **** performance.

    How can you play like this in the middle of a playoff race, especially when it is for the last seed?

    UNACCEPTABLE.

    The Pacers had better beat Detroit tomorrow to make up for this.

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    damm AJ Price took 15 shots 1-9 from 3pt range ouch
    I though that was the main reason we lost this game, he was chucking all night long. Never once uses a ball fake to drive it to the rim, instead it was catch and shoot and repeat. There was as stretch where we got like 3 offensive rebounds during out mini comeback and he bricked 3 of them. Terrible basketball tonight.

    Who ever said AJ Price thinks inside the arc is lava is absolutely correct. Ironic considering 2 of his better shots were base line jumpers he got off of deflections.
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    You're right, Bucks aren't on a losing streak as such (we were holding ground because we were winning). According to some people, though, our loss tonight seems to have been considered a disaster of losing streak proportions, even though our record over the last 7 games is as good or even slightly better than theirs.

    Yes, we should worry about the Bucks, but it's still just one game. We have to take the games one at a time.
    I agree with this.

    Brandon Jennings and the Bucks can be dangerous at random points.

    They haven't been that way the whole season this year like they were last year, but they can definitely still get into the playoffs if they hit the gas like last year and we struggle.

    As for us, we need to keep winning and beat bad teams like the Kings.

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    I though that was the main reason we lost this game, he was chucking all night long. Never once uses a ball fake to drive it to the rim, instead it was catch and shoot and repeat. There was as stretch where we got like 3 offensive rebounds during out mini comeback and he bricked 3 of them. Terrible basketball tonight.

    Who ever said AJ Price thinks inside the arc is lava is absolutely correct. Ironic considering 2 of his better shots were base line jumpers he got off of deflections.
    Brandon too.

    I've never seen him that active on the offensive end.

    I don't know what got into him to try and score, but it definitely was not working for him either.

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    I got a bunch of my friends and family to go to this game. I was so excited. We had great seats in section 4. It was awesome, until the game started. Uhggg, that was hard to watch.

    Area 55 was a level up, right behind my right shoulder and I gotta give them props. It has to be hard to keep cheering and chanting when the team goes out and lays a giant EGG. I couldn't even bring myself to stand up and clap when Michael Grady implored the crowd to do so.

    I think I would get kicked out of area 55.

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