I have not seen these posted but nothing we don't already know. I did find the comments about Al interesting.
: It's hard to fathom why so many NBA wise guys keep believing the Pacers traded Al Harrington to Atlanta for Stephen Jackson primarily because Harrington didn't want to come off the bench anymore. Sure, that had something to do with it, but Harrington's play was always erratic, and the Pacers needed an heir apparent to Reggie Miller at shooting guard and the opportunity to give Jonathan Bender major minutes.
What it really means: Jackson is a dogged defender on the perimeter, which plays right into the way coach Rick Carlisle wants to play. He'll be out of control on offense from time to time, but he is a great streak shooter. The bigger question is Bender, the young 7-footer who isn't likely to play in the preseason because of a bruise on his surgically repaired knee. Although has bulked up to more than 235 pounds, he has yet to prove he can consistently wow anybody outside of practice because of one injury or another. This is his sixth season; it's time for him to make a move -- or be moved.