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    I lolled when West looked at the ref like he didn't touch Magloire. You want to foul Magloire, why the hell would you argue?
    I'm not sure that he wanted to foul him that early on the clock, either way that worked out great.

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    1. Thank you Larry Bird for signing D. West

    2. Jamaal Magloire FTW

    3. Damn Air Canada Center must have the worst musical atmosphere of the league. Simply awful
    1. Couldn't agree more.

    2. Embarrassing.

    3. I didn't see anything wrong with it, of course I'm young and into that kind of music.

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    Vogel attributed the comeback to Darren Collison.
    I'm pretty sure George Hill had something to do with that.

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    And?
    And What?

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    Wow, didn't realize G. Hill had 5 steals. I think he could legitimately win 6th man, or at least make a run for it.

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    I'm pretty sure George Hill had something to do with that.
    According to coach D.C. was the instigator and primary reason. Just repeating coach.

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    I'm just glad we don't have to see that stinking optical illusion on their court anymore this season.
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    George Hill was big. There was a period there in the second half where it ceased to be a Raptors/Pacers game and instead because a contest of wills between Barbosa and Hill.

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    According to coach D.C. was the instigator and primary reason. Just repeating coach.
    Yeah I don't see it, we were down by 16 and DC scored 9 that makes non sense.

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    I only caught the last 1/4 but I have to say its great having a smart players like Hill and West on the floor in a tight game. Also having good FT shooters throughout our first 7 guys is a huge bonus.

    What was Dwayne Casey thinking giving the ball to Magloire down the stretch. I don't know if Frank told them to foul, but David West made that foul as soon as he caught the ball

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    Yeah I don't see it, we were down by 16 and DC scored 9 that makes non sense.
    It's not all about the points though.

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    I'm pretty sure George Hill had something to do with that.
    I'm pretty sure Vogel wouldn't disagree with that notion.
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    It's not always about tangible statistics, if it were winning would be easy and the game would be called 2K sports.

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    This isn't an XBox leaderboard.

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    And What?
    And ONE, m***** f***** ...

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    1. Couldn't agree more.

    2. Embarrassing.

    3. I didn't see anything wrong with it, of course I'm young and into that kind of music.
    I watched the second half on league pass and it was the Toronto feed so it might have to do with them specifically. The music was mixed in a strange way, very loud and annoying and you could hear the commentators from far away

    But all in all that did not spoil the joy of seeing our Pacers prevail!


    Go Pacers!

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    Well, Granger should be rested for the Boston Game.

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    My summary of tonight's game:

    We were 7-3 before the game ended.

    After the game ended we are now 8-3.

    And I got a shout out from Chris Denari live on air ( @TMJonsson )

    That's about it.

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    Well, Granger should be rested for the Boston Game.
    Will rest translate into shooting well? Well. Let's hope so.

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    It's not all about the points though.
    In this case it is, we needed points and got them for Hill not DC in fact DC had 6 points until he made those last 2 free throws.

    edit: By the way I'm not trying to start anything here, we are 8 and 3

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    In this case it is, we needed points and got them for Hill not DC in fact DC had 6 points until he made those last 2 free throws.
    What does it take to get points? DC made it possible with what he did.

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    It's good to be 8-3. The next weeks will tell whether or not we are the real deal.

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    Two free throw airballs in one night! Toronto fans must be hurling.

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    In this case it is, we needed points and got them for Hill not DC in fact DC had 6 points until he made those last 2 free throws.

    edit: By the way I'm not trying to start anything here, we are 8 and 3
    Yeah, Hill is definitely the player of the game to me. Everyone pulled it together and did what needed to be done down the stretch though.

    Still, we don't know what DC said on the floor or in the huddle (for example) that might cause Coach V to say he was the instigator of the comeback. Plus, I thought he did a better job running the offense in the second half. And unlike a certain former coach, I actually believe most of what comes out of Vogel's mouth and I generally trust his judgment, so I give that statement the benefit of the doubt even though DC didn't score a bunch of points.

    8-3!!
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    I sure would like to find a way to keep Hansbrough in at the end. He's such a gamer.
    Easiest way is to ask Hibbert to foul out....

    Seriously though, Roy has generally done a good job of not fouling out. First time in 11 games that I recall he's been in any type of serious foul trouble. To me, this is an area that he has probably improved most in.

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