There are two types of quarterbacks in the league: Those whom over time, the league figures out ... and those who figure out the league.
Stop feeding the troll
three really bad games by the pacers... I dont think its a concern... its a long season and we have to remember Pg is only 23.
I wonder if someone got it right in Guess The Score. This must be a lesson for us and this team: Whoever you face, you cannot expect to blow out your opponent regardless of standings disparity and injuries.
No matter how good you are, there's still a lot of luck involved. - Reggie Miller
The other team has NBA players. They are good players. Road games are hard. Any road win is a good win and every team wants to beat us to put a feather in their cap.
Having said that, we had a 16 pt lead. The way we gave that away with pitiful offense and lackluster D is not good. Somehow Frank needs to make sure Lance is involved with everything we do. When he is playing at a high level, we are nearly unbeatable. When he doesn't, anyone can beat us.
Another night, another backside-kicking. They just hit you from so many sides, now, in waves. It's like a cavalry, running down hill and trampling you underfoot. You have no tactical advantage, you're just swinging wildly in the mud, and the best strategy might be to play dead.
They are an absolute onslaught right now.
------------ Matt Moore, CBS Sports "Eye On Basketball", 11/12/13
Well they did play crap in the 2nd half, especially in the 4th where the starters almost just gave away the lead due to turnovers. But the good thing is they played crap and yet won the game. Gotta take that and go on to the next game.
My team won, I am not going to be upset because they didn't win "good enough".
Man, I thought the Raptors were going to pull it out. They are playing so well right now.
Hoosierguy, I would advise you to start drinking during games. You're getting too worked up.
Everyone else, drop it and let's talk about the game.
"I'm not arguing; I'm explaining why I'm right."
Just a request. Try to avoid replying to hoosierguy. He's the only poster on my ignore list. While I can't see (nor do I care) what he posts, it would be nice to not see his handle either.
LeWade are going down.
A W is a W is a W, not matter how ugly it is. And while we aren't playing well, more often than not, we're pulling these games out when it matters. Only going to make us better come playoff time.
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Do you know what my issue with this is, my friend?
When you're saying that it's embarrassing every time that we allow a team to make a run, you're essentially discrediting the other team. The Pacers do not play alone. They play against another team that adjusts and fights back. Sometimes, it's the opposing team's good play that causes our poor play. Just give credit to that team as well. The Cavs made it tough for us in the 4th quarter. They defender our sets well and they made tough shots. They absolutely deserve credit for their good play despite their injuries.
Personally, I'm going to give them credit for that. I don't expect the Pacers to be perfect. No team can be perfect.
Tonight, all flags must burn, in place of steeples.
Autonomy must return into the hands of the people.
I had a bad feeling when they ruled that Kyrie was out tonight. Usually, when a team loses their star player, they respond very well for a few games. Gives other guys like CJ Miles, Waiters, and Dellavadova a chance to step up. Tonight, those guys did
David "And One" West