When you can get 15 blocks from your starting front court you are usually going to have a pretty good day!
@WhatTheFFacts: Studies show that sarcasm enhances the ability of the human mind to solve complex problems!
Paul and Roy did what we've come to expect from them. Lance looks like he's taking his game to another level, so for that I'll give the nod to him. This guy will be significantly improved over last season.
That was fun to watch, been waiting FOREVER for the season to start. Hibbert's a monster. PG and Lance being very aggressive. Nice to see OJ and Scola make some solid contributions...
Those twenty turnovers :< only really bad thing, but who is supposed to back up Paul George?
Watching Roy on defense is just satisfying. Such a dominant figure. Paul George shot well and scored 24 points. Bench was good in terms of scoring and I love Scola had a good shooting night.
Some old problems of committing too many turnovers and uncharacteristically losing a big chunk of FTs are still there and the latter is such a shame to waste.
Roll on tomorrow in New Orleans.
Last edited by Johanvil; 10-30-2013 at 06:53 AM.
Its a good sign when the 3 players you wanted to see step up the most coming into the game are the 3 nominated for player of the game. I can't choose, they all deserve it.
PG looks so strong attacking the rim. He and Lance are playing with all the confidence in the world right now.
Could the Pacers have 3 All Stars this year? Paul George is a lock, Roy Hibbert is 80 percent in, Stephenson COULD make it if he stays consistent
Being unable to close out a game in which you have a comfortable lead in the 4th Q = Pulling a Frank Vogel
They also started to boo Oladipo as the game went on. The team looked great tonight, looking forward to tomorrow in New Orleans.
@CandaceDBuckner: "Right now he's our fifth big." -- Vogel on Copeland RT @KWerckman: @CandaceDBuckner why no Copeland?
@Pacers: Vogel reports Hibbert is "fine" and could have returned to game. He's expected to play tomorrow night in New Orleans.