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    Default Re: Granger and Hill are game-time decisions against Philly

    Has Lance and Paul George been on the floor at the same time at?? I dont think they have and it doesnt make sense they compliment each other well as the wings. I think AJ,Lance,PG24 on the floor at the same time would be a really good combo.(at least fun to watch )

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    Me thinks someone will have to club Roy Hibbert to keep him off the court if Danny and Hill can't go.

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    Tyler can play 40 plus and maybe get his first assist. Lance can play 30 plus and maybe get his first Field Goal. It'll work out fine.

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    Updated #Pacers injury report: @dgranger33 (food poisoning) & @George_Hill3 (sore lower back) are game-time decisions.
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    @MikeWellsNBA: "Add Roy Hibbert (ankle) to the game-time decision list 4 2night's game, too. Indy may have to ask Brian Shaw to come out of retirement. HA"

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    Man I am really impressed with Vogel's early season progression. Sensing we needed an edge over Philly, Vogel has imployed the Spoelstra my-two-best-players-are-injured-and-won't-play-tonight strategy to try and lure Philly into a false sense of security. Well played, Mr Vogel. Well played.

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    Has Lance and Paul George been on the floor at the same time at?? I dont think they have and it doesnt make sense they compliment each other well as the wings. I think AJ,Lance,PG24 on the floor at the same time would be a really good combo.(at least fun to watch )
    If they have, it was for five minutes tops. I've been waiting to see them play together.

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    Has Lance and Paul George been on the floor at the same time at?? I dont think they have and it doesnt make sense they compliment each other well as the wings. I think AJ,Lance,PG24 on the floor at the same time would be a really good combo.(at least fun to watch )
    Maybe against the Wizards. The 76ers on the other hand will prolly be dreadful!

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    If Jeff has to start we probably don't see him again until Saturday at home vs. Boston. I'm completely okay with that, too.
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    B-Rush, smiling all the way to that 2-6 record.

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    A chance to watch George play extended minutes at the three.

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    Djones is starting tonight if Danny isnt. Boy I cant wait!!

    everyone who wanted to bench Granger is about to eat crow.(you should have already)

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    Djones is starting tonight if Danny isnt. Boy I cant wait!!

    everyone who wanted to bench Granger is about to eat crow.(you should have already)
    No problem. Hang a "Depends" on Danny, give him plenty of fluids, and he's ready to go! As for Hill, just tell him to stay away from his girlfriend.

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    B-Rush, smiling all the way to that 2-6 record.
    He looked good last game I saw him play for GS, nothing we didn't see here, hit 3 or 4 threes, fininshed on a fast break. If you need what he brings, he's good. You can't expect more or try to get more from him. GS fans will love him as long as they don't start to think they have more than a rotation role player.

    There's not been a minute yet this season that I thought, man I wish Brush was still here.

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    everyone who wanted to bench Granger is about to eat crow.(you should have already)
    Things went pretty good the last time Danny didn't play on the Road.

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    If Hill can't play I think the 76ers should send Gerald Henderson a thank you card.
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    I think with Roy it's not a question of can he play, he was talking after the game on Saturday that his ankle was fine, but whether or not Vogel and company want him to take a night off just to make sure he doesn't reaggravate it.

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    That's funny, watching Danny shoot has been making me sick.

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    If Hill can't play I think the 76ers should send Gerald Henderson a thank you card.
    I wouldn't give him the satisfaction!

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    He looked good last game I saw him play for GS, nothing we didn't see here, hit 3 or 4 threes, fininshed on a fast break. If you need what he brings, he's good. You can't expect more or try to get more from him. GS fans will love him as long as they don't start to think they have more than a rotation role player.

    There's not been a minute yet this season that I thought, man I wish Brush was still here.
    I've watched a few Warriors game, including the choke job against the Jazz, and I admit thinking Rush looking like a new player. Unfortunately he missed the big ones down the stretch and Mark Jackson decided to have Ellis wait until the last second to shoot that last shot. I was thinking Jackson would be a great coach but that was a HORRIBLE decision. That last play should be included in all coaching manuals on why never to wait until the last second to shoot the shot when you are DOWN by 1. Shoot it one second earlier and the David Lee tip-in counts and GS wins. That play made me sick to my stomach, and I'm not a GS fan.

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    If needed can't Lou play some SF if they have Young or Nocioni in the game?
    (Didn't Lou start out as a 3/4 with the 76ers?)
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    I think with Roy it's not a question of can he play, he was talking after the game on Saturday that his ankle was fine, but whether or not Vogel and company want him to take a night off just to make sure he doesn't reaggravate it.
    Ankles also can get worse and swell up it may of been fine after the game. But the next day they can be sore as **** and swell up.

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    If Jeff has to start we probably don't see him again until Saturday at home vs. Boston. I'm completely okay with that, too.
    I think Vogel wouldn't hesitate to rest Jeff if needed or play him if Roy is out, but I think the strategy is to try to limit his minutes to 12 min/game.

    Don't know if anyone noticed but Roy has really improved in the PF department. This is HUGE!! In all regular season games this season he doesn't have more than 4 PFs. Don't want to jinx this, but I can't recall him picking up more than 1 foul in a quarter but once, and that may just be my poor recollection. This directly affects how Vogel can manage not only Jeff's minutes, but Tyler, D. West, etc., as well. Biggest impact on Jeff though. There will be anomalies to the playing time that is independent of Roy's foul status (e.g., Jeff may play more minutes against Orlando or some other teams because of match-ups and to use fouls, I guess).

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    Dahntay playing extensive minutes tonight is a serious concern for me.

    Lets hope he has one of his better games!!

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    I wonder what we'll go with if Lance, Hill, Granger, and Hibbert don't go.

    Collison/Price
    Jones/Price or Collison
    George/Jones
    West/Hansbrough
    Foster/Amundson

    Yikes to that back court, but for one night you might live with it.

    That having been said, I'm betting at least one of those backcourt guys will play.

    Pendergraph has been dressing, so wouldn't he be available to play?

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    There's not been a minute yet this season that I thought, man I wish Brush was still here.

    AMEN to that!

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