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    It seems like the league adjusted to what we were doing for the first 25ish games and we cant do the same to what they are doing to stop us.

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    Man we are turning into a special kind of slop. This team is embarrassing to watch right now.

    Watching them trying to recover on defensive rotations is just painful. The ball gets swung to the open man and every one of our chumps runs out there and stops way short right when the shooter is about to take a 3. Its like they are worried about the guy driving right around us every time. I just wish once they would close all the way out and force the guy to do something with the ball. But when you stop short, it gives them that spit second they need to set up the shot.
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    Hibbert put up Allstar Reserve Center convincing stats for people just looking at the boxscore...but we know better...

    Come on Buddy Roy, last night's presser, you called this a "must win". Where was that effort? I think he took better shots tonight than the past few games, but defensively, he is hurting us bad.

    Lets bomb the season and get Anthony Davis! (half-kidding)

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    I was hoping Brooke would get better as time goes on.. but she just doesn't seem to get "it"... when is her contract up? And can we trade her for say, morrow?

    Maybe Solomon Jones is a more likely candidate.

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    Panic on the streets of Naptown. Could life ever be sane again?

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    What has happened to Hansbrough, he looks like he is having a seizure out there or something. I for one am getting tired of him crying after every call against him. Our bigs are not athletic enough and way too slow. You can't run with the first unit because they can't run and Collison can't make the right decision. The second unit should run because they can't play in the half court. Team is looking like they have no energy, no pride, no effort, no fight, no court sense and no wins this month to show for it.

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    Roy Hibbert was terrible in defensive pick and roll. He keeps hedging well past the three point line, making it impossible for him to recover. The Cavs ran the same pick and roll about 25 times.

    We need to adjust ASAP. It's been a growing problem over the past three games and now every team with good scouts is exploiting it.

    I just can't believe we're not adjusting during the game. I would think after the 2nd dunk is time to switch. Oh, we adjusted by pulling in our wings, and then they started raining threes on us. Terrible, terrible, terrible.

    How about anticipating the pick and roll and sliding over early?
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    From the five game losing streak.

    33-for-62 53.2% for David West
    5-for-10 50.0% for Lou Amundson
    2-for-4 50.0% for Jeff Foster
    22-for-45 48.9% for Darren Collison
    14-for-29 48.3% for A.J. Price
    12-for-27 44.4% for Tyler Hansbrough
    23-for-54 42.6% for Danny Granger
    23-for-55 41.8% for Roy Hibbert
    10-for-27 37.0% for Lance Stephenson
    9-for-26 34.6% for Dahntay Jones
    17-for-56 30.4% for Paul George

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    So who are the Pacers going to draft this year? Pass first point who will defend? Or a back up Center?
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    Paul George has done a complete turn around since his monster game in Dallas. It baffles the mind.

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    So who are the Pacers going to draft this year? Pass first point who will defend? Or a back up Center?
    Trade for one, and draft the other.
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    well at least 76ers lost and looks like hawks are going to lose.

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    What has happened to Hansbrough
    Frustration from extended periods of being left our of the offense unless he gets a offensive board. With no Hill he's finished 9th on attempts 4 times in the last 8 games and this was the 4th game in a row he's had just one attempt in one of the games half's.

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    Frustration from extended periods of being left our of the offense unless he gets a offensive board. With no Hill he's finished 9th on attempts 4 times in the last 8 games and this was the 4th game in a row he's had just one attempt in one of the games half's.
    AJ Price Happens. I've never seen a 3rd string point guard who takes as many shots as him.
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    The last 3 loss are totally unacceptable...
    losing to an undermaned Denver and getting blown out by Miami and Cleveland.. Yikes!!!


    look at the bright side:
    1. The pacers are going to get a better draft pick on this supposedly loaded draft
    2. We got a better feel for Hibbert's real value
    3. We can get a new coach. Someone who can make adjustments....

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    Lou is playing his best defense of the season and A.J. Price is actually making shots. All for naught.

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    This just in.....George Hill's return date from the injury has changed from "before the All-Star Game" to "not ****ing soon enough".

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    We're now 3-7 without Hill this year.

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    From the five game losing streak.

    33-for-62 53.2% for David West
    5-for-10 50.0% for Lou Amundson
    2-for-4 50.0% for Jeff Foster
    22-for-45 48.9% for Darren Collison
    14-for-29 48.3% for A.J. Price
    12-for-27 44.4% for Tyler Hansbrough
    23-for-54 42.6% for Danny Granger
    23-for-55 41.8% for Roy Hibbert
    10-for-27 37.0% for Lance Stephenson
    9-for-26 34.6% for Dahntay Jones
    17-for-56 30.4% for Paul George
    Granger is rising just by not playing.

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    Had to DVR the game tonight....clip has been deleted.
    And the walls came tumbling down.....

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    AJ Price Happens. I've never seen a 3rd string point guard who takes as many shots as him.
    Price shoots less than Hill does. And gets the ball to Tyler almost every time down the court.

    He's taking less shots because defenses are completely focusing on him, and he's passing more.

    Actually, he's taking around the same amount of shots as he has been for a while. (His 3 attempts for tonight is misleading, he shot 8 free throws)

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    Pacers had "8" asts for the game against Cleveland while Cleveland had 24 asts!!!! AGAINST CLEVELAND!

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    Price shoots less than Hill does.
    PER36 Attempts
    12.1 Price
    10.6 Hill

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    PER36 Attempts
    12.1 Price
    10.6 Hill
    Hill plays more minutes, so putting the PER36 up there doesn't mean a thing in terms of why Tyler isn't getting more shots. (Or why you think he isn't..)

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