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    They did, actually. Their philosophy revolved around floaters and pulling Hibbert away from the basket.
    That's not involving him in the PnR itself. LeBron was shooting floaters over him in the lane.

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    Hill is reminding more of a poor man's Billups. I'm actually encouraged by his pg play more than I was last year.

    The test will be in the playoffs when teams try to PnR him to death again.
    Vogel admitted that our team had to figure out better ways to defend "spread" offenses where our PG's nd C get PnR'd over and over. Outside from SA and ATL, I haven't seen a team be able to run that play as consistently against us this yr.

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    Vogel admitted that our team had to figure out better ways to defend "spread" offenses where our PG's nd C get PnR'd over and over. Outside from SA and ATL, I haven't seen a team be able to run that play as consistently against us this yr.
    didn't see it much last year either, until the playoffs started. Teams try to keep things simple during the 82-game grind. pregame adjustments are kept to a minimum.

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    Nobody is asking to dismantle the team stop making stuff up.
    I think he meant he hasn't seen so many people posters wanting "upgrades" at so many positions for a team that's been nicked up all yr and is still 3rd in the East somehow and has been playing consistently for about a month now.

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    That's not involving him in the PnR itself. LeBron was shooting floaters over him in the lane.
    He hit those floaters after coming off of the PnR, though
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    George Hill's doing just fine.
    He's got some learning at the point guard position to do but he also knows that. In fact, he explicitly stated that after the Knicks game - he talked about how he was traditionally a 2 so moving Augustin to play alongside him late in the game made it feel more natural to him.
    That being said, he knows he's being asked to be in the 1 position now and said he's still learning, which I trust he will continue to do.
    For the time being, I'm more than content with him at the 1 and I do think he'll become a better PG.

    Remember, he's still got upside and he's really not that old.
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    I don't understand why DJ doesn't just start with Hill, PG, West, and Hibbert? ((granted, I haven't been able to see how Lance has been starting the last couple games)) However, I think Vogel should give DJ the starting gig today against the 'cats and see how differently things flow. It could be worth a try, or an epic fail.


    About Calderon for Danny, noooo. I'm still on the fence with Danny, because he's one of two missing links. Either (a) he seamlessly returns to the offense, and our team runs like the well-oiled machine it was designed to be, or (b) he becomes the trade chip to receive that/those next missing link/s, which could potentially help our team (as long as we don't get screwed). I would MUCH rather have a seamless Indiana Pacers, as designed, but landing players and/or picks to build our team on the success we have already (currently without Granger) would be quite refreshing.

    However, neither Calderon, nor any combination of his teammates, would nearly be worth losing Granger at this point; unless the trade included racks on racks on racks of future picks. This is quite inconceivable, because Granger's trade value couldn't be any lower right now. Few GM's are going to currently judge Danny based on his career stats, past performances, leadership and team presence, and remaining potential.
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    However, I think Vogel should give DJ the starting gig today against the 'cats and see how differently things flow. It could be worth a try, or an epic fail.
    If Lance does not play then by all means.
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    I am a passionate believer that this team needs a traditional pass-first Point Guard, and that George Hill is not the answer for any team that is serious about making a deep playoff run. Is he a nice 6th man, a nice bench scorer? Yes? A starting PG on a team with (hopefully) ambitious aspirations? No.

    Among qualified point gaurds, George Hill is 35th in the NBA in assists per 48 minutes. He is 19th in field-goal percentage.

    In fact, during the 6-game stretch where DJ Augustin finally got a chance at decent minutes with the starters, he proved to be an upgrade over what George Hill had been doing as a PG.

    I would have agreed with you a year ago on the idea that George Hill just isn't good enough for the pacers to win it all. However things have changed. I always said that the type and quality of the point guard you need is dependent upon who else yoiu have in your lineup and most specifically at the 2 and the 3. I mean clearly Hill would be plenty good enough on the Heat with Wade and Lebron on the floor. So it isn't so much that Hill just isn't good enough. I mean he can certainly guard his position. He isn't one of the top defensive points, but he is in the top half for sure.


    So the question is this. Is George Hill good enough considering that he'll be playing alongside Granger, Paul George and also Lance. Some combination of those three will be on the floor to end games. Most likely DG and PG. As I said earlier a year ago I would have said no way. But with the emergence of PG and Lance, I think Hill is good enough. If he is healthy, he is good enough and beyond that we don't have the available money to pay the point guard elite money.

    I would argue strongly against your notion that DJ was better than Hill, I don't see that at all.

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    Calderon is #1, I repeat... #1, in the NBA at assist/turnover ratio.

    We need more pass-first players.
    That is IMO a useless stat. None of the best point guards are ever in the top of that cateogry. Magic, Isiah, Stockton, Kidd, Mark Jacson, Nash were all poor in the assist to turnover. (although Stockton was pretty good). But generally the poor creating point guards are near the top in the useless IMO assist to turnovers stat

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    FYI to the admins, some of Randolph's earlier posts never got approved, so no one can read them. It looks like two of them have been approved, so from now on they should show up automatically, but the older ones do not retroactively show up; has to be done manually.

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    Nobody is asking to dismantle the team stop making stuff up.
    Trading your best wing and the guy that has been -- for all of recent history -- your leading scorer to make, at best, a minor upgrade at another position isn't dismantling?
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    The way Deron has been playing this season, I'm not sure you could call him a "significant upgrade."
    George Hill has surprised the hell out of me with his play this year. Deron Williams has also, just not in a good way. But even in Hill's best year and Williams' worst, Williams is still averaging 2 more points and 3 more assists per game. Everything else is about equal. That seems fairly signficant to me.

    But as for the main question, I'm happy with Hill for now.
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    So the question is this. Is George Hill good enough considering that he'll be playing alongside Granger, Paul George and also Lance. Some combination of those three will be on the floor to end games. Most likely DG and PG. As I said earlier a year ago I would have said no way. But with the emergence of PG and Lance, I think Hill is good enough. If he is healthy, he is good enough and beyond that we don't have the available money to pay the point guard elite money.

    I see what you're trying to get at, but don't really agree. As long as Hill, West, and Hibbert are on the court at the end of games, it doesn't really matter who the wings are. And that's why I wouldn't trade Danny for a different point guard that might have better stats but can't run the pick and roll when it matters.

    We're a pick-and-roll and feed the post team, not a dazzle-them-with-passes team. And David West is absolutely owning the high post these days.
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    I think he meant he hasn't seen so many people posters wanting "upgrades" at so many positions for a team that's been nicked up all yr and is still 3rd in the East somehow and has been playing consistently for about a month now.
    I know what he meant, he has been crying for a while about people wanting to trade "everybody" and so far I have not seen that.

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    Trading your best wing and the guy that has been -- for all of recent history -- your leading scorer to make, at best, a minor upgrade at another position isn't dismantling?
    Trading somebody that you don't know if he is ever going to be healthy again and has not play a game this year is not "dismantling".

    I'm not saying that I want to trade Danny for Calderon either.

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    Trading somebody that you don't know if he is ever going to be healthy again and has not play a game this year is not "dismantling".
    You surely do know that he is going to be healthy again.
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    Trading somebody that you don't know if he is ever going to be healthy again and has not play a game this year is not "dismantling".

    I'm not saying that I want to trade Danny for Calderon either.
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    You surely do know that he is going to be healthy again.
    I think you've got to wait and see what happens.

    Nobody knows how Danny will respond to the injury, or to his new role on the team. Anyone can be positive that he'll embrace a role as a secondary offensive option, as well as a tougher defensive identity.

    On the flip side, anyone can be pessimistic and believe that Danny will move even slower than before, and will be an inefficient liability both offensively and defensively.

    All in all, it's only smart to give it until the offseason--if Danny isn't what hes been in the past, we can dangle him as an expiring contract for a team that's looking to shed some salary in the 2014 offseason.

    If Danny is able to give us his usual 18 and 5 with 38% shooting from 3, while also being able to maintain defensive intensity, then we should look to retain him at a decent rate.

    But at this time, nobody knows how he's going to respond to this injury.

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    I think you've got to wait and see what happens.

    Nobody knows how Danny will respond to the injury, or to his new role on the team. Anyone can be positive that he'll embrace a role as a secondary offensive option, as well as a tougher defensive identity.
    I agree that we should wait and see. But we certainly know one thing for sure.

    Patellar tendonitis is NOT a career ending injury.

    Read about the injury -> http://kidshealth.org/parent/medical...ers_knee.html#

    There has been no word that Danny went to surgery. So, we don't have to worry about his future health. If there was a tear and it required surgery we would know about it.
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    I agree that we should wait and see. But we certainly know one thing for sure.

    Patellar tendonitis is NOT a career ending injury.

    Read about the injury -> http://kidshealth.org/parent/medical...ers_knee.html#

    There has been no word that Danny went to surgery. So, we don't have to worry about his future health. If there was a tear and it required surgery we would know about it.
    Honestly, IMO it's not really an "injury" as much as it's a condition. As long as the rest has allowed the inflammation to go down, all signs point to DG being able to come back at 100%. But we won't know till he plays--which I'm anxiously excited for! lol

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    Honestly, IMO it's not really an "injury" as much as it's a condition. As long as the rest has allowed the inflammation to go down, all signs point to DG being able to come back at 100%. But we won't know till he plays--which I'm anxiously excited for! lol
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    I think Hill is more than "good enough". I think what people are looking at is overall talent as opposed to skill set as it applies to the roster.

    Hill's skill set is perfect for our slower tempo team. He turns the ball over VERY LITTLE. He is a high IQ player who makes the right reads that defenses give him. Sometimes his talent gets in the way of exploiting some things a defense throws at him and he is improving those skills. For example, his ball handling has improved significantly since he got here.

    Hill is long for a PG. Even "bigger" PGs who have more mass than Hill are nowhere near as long. PG is extremely long at SG and Danny is long for a three. West is big, not long. But that is complimentary to Hibbert's long, but not bulky. We have so much size across our starting lineup that it gives teams fits defensively. That was the whole point of how this team was constructed in the first place. Thank you Bird.

    Also, Hill is a good shooter from range. This year I feel he has taken a lot more shots than he would normally decide to take and I think it is reflective in his 3FG%. He is a very good shooter and it helps spread the floor. When Danny gets back, we will have three guys who are very good defenders and three guys who can snipe from deep. What that will do is open up the middle for Roy and West to work, and also allow our perimeter guys to fake, dribble drive into the lane for some easy mid range buckets or layups/dunks. Having Danny back sets a lot more of this up for us offensively.

    Hill is a fantastic leader with maturity both on and off the court. If you notice, maturity is something that we prioritize and it is a major factor in dealing with the stress of the playoffs. It is keeping your cool when you are down late in the playoffs in tough games. The only player in our starting unit who I was sasy isn't the most mature is PG, but its only because he is so young. And his talent trumps any lack of percieved maturity. Plus, we have four great examples of professionalism surrounding our greatest talent(s... I will throw in an "s" here for Lance).

    I think Granger being out is the best thing that could have happened to this roster. It has forced guys to step up into roles they otherwise wouldn't have filled. When Granger gets back, Hill will be used to looking to score more, but it will be more in the flow of the offense. Hill has been dealing with so much more pressure this year, that when the pressure backs off he will be more able to exploit things. Also, Lance will have gotten more court time to get comfortable with his role. PG has learned to be more of a go to scorer late in games.

    Long story short, which is never the case with me, Hill is such a calming force for this team and he is so reliable that his skill set is perfect for our roster. There are very few PGs with his skill set that would have made sense for our team. Hill is worth more to us than most teams. I don't think his value is quite understood by the significant portion of our fan base.
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    I agree that we should wait and see. But we certainly know one thing for sure.

    Patellar tendonitis is NOT a career ending injury.

    Read about the injury -> http://kidshealth.org/parent/medical...ers_knee.html#

    There has been no word that Danny went to surgery. So, we don't have to worry about his future health. If there was a tear and it required surgery we would know about it.

    Its not Tenonitis, its Tendinosis. Small difference in spelling, big difference in cause and prognosis. I'm glad there is optimism about Danny's pending return to the team. Because there is no guarantee that whatever miracle drug they injected into his tendon can stop the degeneration of the tendon.

    http://www.nba.com/pacers/news/danny...-injury-update
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    Tendonitis vs. tendonosis is the new sprain vs. strain.

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    Let's just trade George Hill for Chris Paul straight up then we will be set...

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    Its not Tenonitis, its Tendinosis. Small difference in spelling, big difference in cause and prognosis. I'm glad there is optimism about Danny's pending return to the team. Because there is no guarantee that whatever miracle drug they injected into his tendon can stop the degeneration of the tendon.

    http://www.nba.com/pacers/news/danny...-injury-update
    From the information I have gathered it is the same:

    Take a look at this thread -> http://www.letsrun.com/forum/flat_re...thread=3139566

    The OP is talking about patellar tendinosis. The 3rd poster talks about patellar tendonitis and no one says "it's a different condition". Throughout the thread people talk about patellar tendonitis and pattellar tendinosis almost interchangeably.

    Also, take the look at the wikipedia page -> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patellar_tendinitis

    Jumper's knee (patellar tendinopathy, patellar tendinosis, patellar tendinitis)
    The two words seem to be used interchangeably in most cases so I'm not sure if there's an actual difference between them. But hey I'm not a doctor.
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