this is extremely off topic but, whatever, thought it was too funny lol
I saw that last night. Glad to see PG presumably controlled himself down in Btown. Lil 5 can get the better of just about anyone.
Also, glad to see Danny taking a leadership role in all mediums.
Box score says attendance was only 12,500 tonight, but it honestly felt like 20k from where I was sitting. One of the best games I have been too all season. Pacer fans really know how to bring the energy!
"And David put his hand in the bag and took out a stone and slung it. And it struck the Philistine on the head and he fell to the ground. Amen. "
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I just watched the replay of the fight, and like JMV said on twitter, Sanders couldn't wait to get held back. When he came running around the crowd the first time away from the scorers table he had a free run at Granger and West but he stopped dead in his tracks. He did his little run around sprint the second time which was when he finally got what he wanted when Moute held him back to make him look like he might've actually done something. Fake tough indeed.
Anybody still missing Dunleavy's amazing "team defense"? I'm so glad we replace him with Barbosa.
A buck is no match for a honey badger.
I hope West said something to Sanders like, "Boy do you know who I am?! I hospitalize dudes with 8 inches of foam wrapped around their heads!"
Dunleavy has always been like that, wherever he goes.
He's just got this "I'm better than you, I went to Duke, my father's a basketball coach" douchebaggery to him. In GS and even here, he had a tendency to blame his teammates for mistakes as if he's the smart one and everyone else is too dumb to share the court with him.
**** that dude. It's too bad he's not a journeyman like Drew Gooden so he can be booed in every single arena.
Great quote by Hill on starting.
Also, if we're going to have an all-George backcourt, I suggest we call them Little George and Big George.''It's not my decision,'' Hill said. ''It's the GM's decision and the coaches' decision who they want out there on the floor. I just know they gave me the opportunity to do it (start) and I just try to take advantage of it. At the end of the day, when D.C. comes back, we're going to get another great player back and whatever coaches ask us to do, I'm going to try to do it the best I can.''
This space for rent.
Sounds more like Dunleavy declines to address the issue he has with Tyler Hansbrough....Mike Wells
Dunleavy addresses the issue he has with Tyler Hansbrough with Bucks beat writer Charles Gardner. ďThatís between me and him Without getting too much into it, he pulled something that wasnít right.
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."