Forgot to mention OJ. Have loved his confidence since last season when he started getting more minutes. Dude won't shy away from taking the shot or an effort. Both his shooting and his drive will help us this season.
You **** up once, you lose two teeth
Hibbert said he is fine and will play normal minutes tomorrow
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Candace Buckner @CandaceDBuckner 13m
Vogel keeps calling Copeland "a weapon," but he's behind Scola and Mahinmi so that's a weapon that could be scarcely used
I hope we never have to use it.
So glad Hibbert wasn't hurt.
Wish I could have listened to Mark Boyle and co. But the league pass audio feed for the Pacers was playing the Butler game for some reason. At least the Magic broadcasters thought high of us.
You know, it's easy to come on a message board and call people names like this when you don't even know them, but is that a fair thing to do? I've met Michael Pointer on several occasions and I think it would be more fair to point out his arrogance. If you'd call him an arrogant, friggin' goober, you'd be right on target.
NBA @NBA 4m
Mike Dunleavy is starting to heat up as the @chicagobulls cut Miami's lead to 15 with 7:17 left in the 4th on TNT. #BIGisON
"We've got to be very clear about this we don't want our players hanging around with murderers," said Larry Bird, Pacers president.
I thought George and Stephenson really carried us tonight, but I also thought West and Hibbs had some steady play as well.
Really liked what I saw from the bench, particularly Orlando Johnson...who looked like a weapon out there. Scola was what I was expected, which is pretty good play.
Was surprised that Cope didn't get any burn late with a fairly comfortable lead.
For the record I hate Derrick Rose. And the Bulls.
The 2010 draft could easily go down as the best in Pacer history with PG and Lance.
If tonight's just a preview of their 13-14 seasons, the Pacers may very well be holding the championship trophy in June.
Tonight, all flags must burn, in place of steeples.
Autonomy must return into the hands of the people.
Besides the excellent play already mentioned, I was really impressed with CJ. Serious upgrade from last year. When DJ was on the court, I was always nervous. I haven't felt that way yet with CJ.
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I think we are there now. Lance Stephenson isn't going to be a backup in the NBA. We can talk all day about him being the next Manu Ginobili, but obviously we aren't going to have the money for both Lance and Danny. The future is now folks.
LeWade are going down.