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    Default Pacers/Pistons - The battle to keep from having a losing record

    With the Bulls' win tonight in Detroit, the Pacers and Pistons will match up with identical 12-12 records on Saturday. The loser will drop below .500.

    Meanwhile, the "mighty" Cavs fell to the Nets, and have compiled an unimpressive 15-11 record, while the Heat are starting to run away with the #1 seed.

    In other news, the Bobcats swept the season series with the Rockets with their 90-87 win tonight.

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    Default Re: Pacers/Pistons - The battle to keep from having a losing record

    Damnit - I was going to say the exact same things.
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    I love the Bobcats!

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    ha...amazing...JO is on the way tho fellas! HOLD YOUR HEADS UP!

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    Default Re: Pacers/Pistons - The battle to keep from having a losing record

    Quote Originally Posted by Shade
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    With the Bulls' win tonight in Detroit, the Pacers and Pistons will match up with identical 12-12 records on Saturday. The loser will drop below .500.

    Meanwhile, the "mighty" Cavs fell to the Nets, and have compiled an unimpressive 15-11 record, while the Heat are starting to run away with the #1 seed.

    In other news, the Bobcats swept the season series with the Rockets with their 90-87 win tonight.
    I'm hoping the Pistons will get the 6th seed. That might be their only chance at homecourt advantage for a round in the playoffs.

    Thank God for the five year grace period.

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    Default Re: Pacers/Pistons - The battle to keep from having a losing record

    hehe LeBron with a tech with 1:20 left in the 4th and the Cavs end up losing by 2. Can the Bulls end up winning Central? :P

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    Default Re: Pacers/Pistons - The battle to keep from having a losing record

    Well that is just another reason we need to win on Saturday.And I think we will have a good chance if we can get JO back.And I don't like how the Heat are running away with the 1 spot in the East.Oh how I wish we were at full strength
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    The #1 spot won't be nearly as desirable as the #2 spot...

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    The way we've been playing lately, you have a good chance even if you don't get JO back...

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