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    I'm sick of this team just flat-out not showing up for games.

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    I'm sick of this team just flat-out not showing up for games.
    Pretty much the only thing I can away from this game too.

    Both teams started out rather Physical and playing rather sloppy as well, then all the sudden wham! Pacers fell apart. I dunno if you can the Pacers fell apart offensively because we are scored our average, so it must be the Defense.
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    I was too busy watching purdue win and duke lose to care enough about this loss. If this happens tomorrow then I will be upset.

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    We fed Hibbert in the beginning and he rewarded us with seven quick misses.

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    You just can't be THIS bad coming of a nice win at home and with at least a day to rest. It's not the loss it's how they lost.
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    It's not just losing, it's how we don't show up at all for games. Hard fought losses are OK. Like in Miami, we played hard, made mistakes, lost. Tonight no excuse, we didn't even try half the game, sickening.
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    Tomorrow is yet another opportunity to play against a team that has two superstars who significantly overmatch anyone the Pacers have on the roster. Without lights out shooting, there is little hope at this point with little to no team concept in place, especially on offense.

    I wish that the Pacers could be forced to go through a practice where no one is allowed to dribble, and offense is created through ball and player movement, with players being rewarded for being in scoring position because they are more likely to receive a pass when they are.

    It would also force the defense to tighten up even more because a solid passing and purposeful motion offense will beat a man defense because no one can outrun a crisp pass to an alert scorer on a hard cut.

    Heavy

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    Hey at least we ended up losing by 15 points instead of 30

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    Not been leadership on this team since Reggie retired.

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    You just can't be THIS bad coming of a nice win at home and with at least a day to rest. It's not the loss it's how they lost.
    You are 100% right, this loss says a lot about our toughness and ability to take one on the chin and bounce back. We quit after the 1st qtr, that is what bothers me the most!
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    This game was over in the 1st, six points after ten minutes of play is unacceptable.

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    Can anyone guess why PG didn't make more of an impact? I know he is still young, but at this point I expect more from him. ANd ROy, I am so down on dude right now. DG just can't seem to hit a shot, disappointing!
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    Nine of our 17 losses this season have been by 10 or more points.

    Our average margin of loss is 11 points per game this season.

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    Nine of our 17 losses this season have been by 10 or more points.

    Our average margin of loss is 11 points per game this season.
    Wow!
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    I'm sick of this team just flat-out not showing up for games.
    but shame on you for not buying more tickets.

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    Didn't see any of the game like always, but if we win tomorrow, everything is forgiven. You're supposed to split home-and-homes. If the Knicks win on their home court, then we win on our home court, **** is all hunky dorey. If we lose tomorrow, then we just wait until the next Sixer-like game where we really show up and feel good again. It's been this way, it will be this way.

    Your major concerns are still the starting point guard position, acclimating our recent acquisition, and making sure everyone important shows up when the games are on the line in terms of final seeding and then the postseason.

    Or maybe I can't get too down because the kids from Greendale are back.

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    Ya, when we lose ---- we LOSE.

    This team can be pretty Jekyll/Hyde. They can dominate one game; be dominated the next.
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    I would have predicted this coming from the Knicks prior to the season with all their talent. After the season they've had It's just embarrassing. Just gotta put it behind us and be the aggressor tomorrow and destroy them.

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    Hibbert is single handedly lowering his own stock for this off season.

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    Tomorrow is yet another opportunity to play against a team that has two superstars who significantly overmatch anyone the Pacers have on the roster. Without lights out shooting, there is little hope at this point with little to no team concept in place, especially on offense.

    I wish that the Pacers could be forced to go through a practice where no one is allowed to dribble, and offense is created through ball and player movement, with players being rewarded for being in scoring position because they are more likely to receive a pass when they are.

    It would also force the defense to tighten up even more because a solid passing and purposeful motion offense will beat a man defense because no one can outrun a crisp pass to an alert scorer on a hard cut.

    Heavy
    Their 2 "superstars" were 4-12 12pts & 3-9 8pts. There team beat us, not superstars.
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    Maybe Bird should start requiring complete mental evaluation for anybody coming to the team. Pacers need their own traveling psychologist with this team. Can't count on hardly anybody to show up every night.

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