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    Danny had a very good game offensively with 3/4 3 point shots.Please confirm that because of the heat of the game i can't totally recall but didn't Vogel change the rotations in the last quarter?West played almost all of it and we also had George,Tyler and Hill in there while Danny and Roy were getting some rest.I certainly liked that more as it was more balanced and we had real scoring options.
    Also, no Lou in the second half (thank God). Roy, West, and Hansbrough just did some heavy lifting.

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    I'm so glad we have Chris and Quinn. They bring the audience into the game and have a good time doing it while calling the game unbiased. Most of the other announcers are just so serious all the time.

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    Postgame interview with Noah....Pacers played well tonight, but we lost by not hitting shots....

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    Tyler is slowly getting his aggression back with 10 FA attempts in his last 29 min of play, now we need to fix Hill who's only picked up just 4 points, 1 rebound and 2 assists the last two nights in 45:46 of floor time.

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    Postgame interview with Noah....Pacers played well tonight, but we lost by not hitting shots....
    what kind of lame excuse lol... plus they had 3 chances on every possession

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    We will likely lose in Boston this time... I just struggle seeing us get the best of them over and over and over again...
    Well, it's difficult to sweep any team 4-0 let alone a good team. I won't mind losing in Boston if we can come back and get our wins against NJ and then Orlando.

    Orlando is becoming a statement game, more so than yesterday's game. After that it will be Miami. Need to demonstrate that we can win at least one of our games against the top tier teams.

    Remember how we beat just about every division leader a couple of years ago? Well, we weren't even very good then!

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    Not worried about the loss. Hansbrough will get something coming sooner or later.

    Quote from a bulls fan on Realgm. Reminds me why I love Hans!! NOONE wants to play against him.
    Which I dont understand.. Boozer and Scalabrine were far worse than Hansbrough. Boozer throws his shoulder into everyone in the post and Scalabrine holds , pulls and shoves every chance he gets.

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    I think Granger was our best player tonight personally, but the fact that he and Roy played so well is a very good sign.

    Don't look now Granger haters but over the past 5 games Danny is averaging 19 PPG and 5 RPG with a block and a steal and shooting 45% from the field and 42% from the 3 point line.
    Not a Granger hater. Roy just has more charisma. I don't see an area 33.

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    Anyone else impressed with DC's D against Hamilton late? I was really wondering if we should have gone with George and Paul, but Darren was very good against Hamilton. Bulls definitely wasted a couple possessions trying to score on Darren and he did a good job denying it.
    I'm often impressed with DC's defense. He is very slight of frame and not incredibly tall or long, but he uses the one strength he has - speed - quite well. If you re-watch this game, as I'm sure a few of you will, I think you'll find that Darren was all hustle on D. Obviously, not without lapses, but very, very solid. He always gets up for Derrick Rose.

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    Over at the Clippers-Lakers game, I just watched Josh McFly get stopped in his tracks at the top of the key by Solomon Jones. That was weird.
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    Postgame interview with Noah....Pacers played well tonight, but we lost by not hitting shots....
    In other ground breaking analysis, the Pacers won by hitting shots. Amazing.

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    Lets hope that Tyler is back, he had a decent game with 10 points 6reb 1ast and 1stl.
    I hope it too.We need him at his best cause his scoring with the second unit is unbelievably crucial.

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    The opinion around here that Gibson is better than Boozer is pretty hilarious.
    The Bulls fans feel the same way, they wanted the coach to start Gibson in Boozer's place.

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    Had to listen to Boyle, but what a win! Yes, the Bulls lacked Deng and Gibson, but It was great to see this team close out the 4th quarter against this team after last year's playoff collapses.

    GM Bulls board observation that I noticed: Having Hibbert and West at forward (and Hans off the bench), Boozer can't hide defensively. That apparently is why they put in Scalabrine late (and yes, that same board is having a mild meltdown over that move). I like the way we match up with them.

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    Don't want to taint it at all, but so glad they didn't have Deng.

    This rivalry is GOOD.

    Yeah, but they had Ronnie Brewer with 20/10/5.

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    Postgame interview with Noah....Pacers played well tonight, but we lost by not hitting shots....
    Thats the whole point. Pacers defence. Pacers win u lose hhaaaa
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    I know there was a lot of complaining about DC tonight, but the guy put up 11 points, 8 assists, and 6 rebounds....shooting 5-6 from the charity stripe....He had some moments of lapse of judgement, but overall he had a pretty good game. Even the behind the back pass in the 4th wasn't a bad play. It was just a risky play that missed...If that pass would've connected for a wide open 3, we would be talking about how great it was...This kids only going to get better....

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    I know there was a lot of complaining about DC tonight, but the guy put up 11 points, 8 assists, and 6 rebounds....shooting 5-6 from the charity stripe....He had some moments of lapse of judgement, but overall he had a pretty good game. Even the behind the back pass in the 4th wasn't a bad play. It was just a risky play that missed...If that pass would've connected for a wide open 3, we would be talking about how great it was...This kids only going to get better....
    The wide open 3 to Hibbert

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    Pacers shot 47.5% against the Bulls. Thats damn good

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    I know there was a lot of complaining about DC tonight, but the guy put up 11 points, 8 assists, and 6 rebounds....shooting 5-6 from the charity stripe....He had some moments of lapse of judgement, but overall he had a pretty good game. Even the behind the back pass in the 4th wasn't a bad play. It was just a risky play that missed...If that pass would've connected for a wide open 3, we would be talking about how great it was...This kids only going to get better....
    The hate on DC is crazy. He is not going to be an elite point guard. Just let him be him, and let the others benefit.

    His leadership this season is another reason for the track we are on.

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    Had to listen to Boyle, but what a win! Yes, the Bulls lacked Deng and Gibson, but It was great to see this team close out the 4th quarter against this team after last year's playoff collapses.

    GM Bulls board observation that I noticed: Having Hibbert and West at forward (and Hans off the bench), Boozer can't hide defensively. That apparently is why they put in Scalabrine late (and yes, that same board is having a mild meltdown over that move). I like the way we match up with them.
    Boozer had 5 fouls, they prob didn't want him to foul out esp if it went into ot

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    The Bulls fans feel the same way, they wanted the coach to start Gibson in Boozer's place.
    That's insane. Boozer shoots at a better % and rebounds at a better percentage. Really the only thing Gibson does better is block shots.

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    The Bulls fans feel the same way, they wanted the coach to start Gibson in Boozer's place.
    Well, the Bulls don't have the smartest of fans, so that may just be helping the argument that Boozer is better than Gibson.

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    Not that but I think we are going to hear that they didn't have Deng, Gibson and this was Drose's first game in a long time.
    Rose played 36 minutes on Monday. He had a great game. So it was his second game back.
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    I know there was a lot of complaining about DC tonight, but the guy put up 11 points, 8 assists, and 6 rebounds....shooting 5-6 from the charity stripe....He had some moments of lapse of judgement, but overall he had a pretty good game. Even the behind the back pass in the 4th wasn't a bad play. It was just a risky play that missed...If that pass would've connected for a wide open 3, we would be talking about how great it was...This kids only going to get better....
    His 4th qtr execution is downright atrocious. I dont know if this is b/c of Vogel or Collison, but if I watch collison dribble the shot down while he waits to run a pick and roll where he NEVER turns the corner on, I swear I'll scream. He would be a great backup PG, but barring a sudden growth spurt, I dont think he's ever gonna be much better than what he currently is

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