Pacers front page on ESPN.com/nba story "pacers by a nose"
it was a fantastic block. don't think the ref had the best view of it since danny came from behind, to be fair.
That was a FANTASTIC block. Danny crushed it.
You know, for all that the other team could complain about officiating in the Golden State game, we'd have won this by even more if some calls had gone our way.
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Who thought this was going to be a great game at the end of the 1st quarter?
Not me. It was fun to watch, though. DC had a bad turnover but he actually played pretty well. Danny's defense was great. PG played pretty well. George Hill and David West gave us a nice boost earlier when we needed it to stay confident that we could hang with the Lakers.
Roy Hibbert is the mother****ing man.
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Awesome win for us. Roy really pushed the envelope. I love that our first points were from George's sweet dunk. He didn't play too poorly.
Oh wait, one last thing, I hate Lou Amundson. I was really, truly hoping he would be an valuable addition to the team, but he's making more errors and turning the ball over way too much. He's our new Solomon Jones. I'm thoroughly convinced we picked Lou up just to get rid of Brandon Rush. Regardless, some team with a halfway-decent rotational center has to be dumb enough to accept Amundson in exchange.
My favorite play was DC hitting the tear drop driving center of the paint,,,,huge momentum bucket!
Frank Vogel says "Killer instinct, start strong, build a lead and then step on their throats."
Ok, let's talk about Roy's nose. Any chance he's worse off for playing with that nose? Seemed like he kept getting hit in it.
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When Roy was drafted we quickly found out he was 100% class. He's also turned out to be a darned good basketball player too.
Nuntius was right. I was wrong. Frank Vogel has retained his job.
"A player who makes a team great is more valuable than a great player. Losing yourself in the group, for the good of the group, thatís teamwork."
Now we need Roy to have a great game againts Howard so people can consider him an all star.