Collison 25 points,4 rebs,5 assists on 14 shots. And most important – 0 turnovers, and yet again I see people questioning this guy to be a starter even, ridiculous.
Could have easily collapsed big time, but Danny stepped up big and hit some shots. Can't forget about Darren Collision having a great game.
Help us Paul George......you're our only hope
I like Granger's play this season. He is not shooting well, but he is hustling for everything.
EDIT: His defense the last quarter was awesome.
Lots of mental mistakes this game, the entire game, and still pulled out a win. Great game from DC, and nice to see Granger and George hit big shots.
Darren won this game for the Pacers. No, he's no Jason Kidd, Steve Nash or even Mark Jackson type of PG who makes other players around him better...but dude can score and handle the ball well. He's a lot better option than we've had at the PG position since Jamaal Tinsley.
Team is 17-7, DC outplayed Devin Harris, Indiana won a game and the biggest news is that DC missed PG on a fast break or couldnt kick it to Hibbert at some point? Seriously?
8 To's for the Pacers.That's nice.
It would be/look really bad if we lost that game mainly because you just can't surrender such a big lead in the 3rd quarter and even trail in the 4th.Danny was great in the 4th,Colllison had a great 1st half and Hibber was also very good.Anyway,good win and hoping for a win tomorrow against the Hawks.
Got to love a team that just finds ways to win.
I think losing focus with big leads is a bit of a youth thing and I think they will do it less as the season wears on. Good teams can do that at times, then crank up the defense and still win. That's what we did tonight and it's soooo good to be that team when so often in recent years we've been on the other side of that equation.
"Freedom is nothing else but a chance to be better." - Albert Camus
"Appreciation is a wonderful thing. It makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well." - Voltaire
"Everyone's values are defined by what they will tolerate when it is done to others." - William Greider
A lot of teams go on runs like the Jazz, we should just be happy that this team, unlike previous teams, was able to regain composure and gut out the win
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Funny we expect a blow-out over a western conference team with a .565 winning percentage.
How times have change...
The 4th quarter wasn't pretty by any stretch of the imagination, but I'm glad we toughed it out. Those tough pills must be extended release?
Didn't get to watch the game, due to NBATV stupidity.
Glad to see the W, though.
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What Lebron James should've said after the loss to the Mavs!
What should I do? Should I admit I’d made mistakes? Should I remind you I’ve done this before? What should I do? Should I just sell shoes?
By the way I can't wait for Hill to come back and let AJ get back to the bench and never see him again.
I will say it was nice seeing Lance look for his shot again. He has been in the pass pass pass mode lately. He must have gotten a glimpse of a green light.