Dunleavy is still a *****. End of story.
Dunleavy is still a *****. End of story.
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i actually liked both of these guys for the most part while they were here, and it just seems like Dun is trying to start something with Tyler. Not just this game, but he's got a long history of it now. I don't know what he thinks the ultimate outcome of that will be, but I guarantee he'll regret it after the fact.
I am so glad neither of these guys are Pacers any more... thought it was funny that with Augustine in the frame it was two former Pacers fighting with another former Pacer watching on.
Dunleavy is a self entitled douche. Tyler should have beat the crap out of. That punch to the back of the head is school yard ********.
Dunleavy is the embodiment of a coaches kid and a Duke player.
It is hard to tell if Hans holding Duns arm was intentional or not, it could easily just been a product of Hans losing his balance and trying to regain it.
Dunleavy was here for four and a half years, yet was there a single guy on this team who was sad to see him go? I doubt there was.
I would pay money to get these two into a charity boxing match when their careers are over. I've got Hans in the first round. He could donate his winnings to people who need reconstructive facial surgery after they've had a run in with Dunleavy.
I wasn't following the team when Dunleavy was here but I do miss Tyler. I appreciated his hustle.
That said, I'm perfectly happy with our current roster
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I used to like Dunleavy but he truly is a dirty player and a jerk. It's no wonder Golden State hated him. I laughed that off at the time but they were 100% correct.
Dunleavy has cheapshotted Tyler so many times, it's a wonder Tyler didn't follow through after that bull rush.
It's more like Round 20, not Round 2.
Last edited by Anthem; 02-20-2014 at 09:53 PM.
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Dunleavy is right up there with Stephen Jackson in former Pacers that are nearly impossible to like. No wonder Golden State fans hated the guy.
yep, over the years, mike has committed some cheap stuff on tyler. he's been lucky so far that tyler hasn't gone nuclear on him. i don't think he'd last long against him if tyler decided to just say eff it and just pummel him good.
So, so glad this asshat plays for the Bulls and not the Pacers anymore.
I don't know you guys, I thought it was pretty funny.
Glad we got rid of these thugs!
What did the refs call? Was either action a flagrant? Dunleavy is not the only player to try to draw Hans into a fisticuff to get him out of a game. Tyler is smarter than that IMO. Now his last game in the NBA may be a different story. Just as an aside, when Dunleavy goes to a team they start losing games they shouldn't, when Tyler goes to a team, both the Pacers and Raptors, they start surprisingly winning. Tyler brings a leave it all on the floor mentality to a tem that is hard to explain, but it seems to make everybody play a little harder.
Last edited by Cousy47; 02-21-2014 at 06:18 PM.
I'll always respect Hansbrough's toughness. He stood his ground against Birdman in the postseason, and right there, he did the clean play of just bulldozing Dunleavy over...who tried to drop an elbow on his head.
Did Manleavy get suspended for this or not? Tyler doesn't have so many extra braincells that he can take regular elbows to the head
Man, when Mike was here I loved watching him play. Granted he certainly had his flaws, but I loved the way he shot the ball, passed it and he just seemed like an overall good dude to have on the team.
Since then he has been involved in incidents and reports have surfaced he was a terrible locker room guy. I have to admit, if you were to tell me 7 years ago Dunleavy was a punk and a bad teammate I would have thought you were ridiculous.
I'm just curious as to what sparked this rivalry between these guys. It can't just be a Tar Hill/Blue Devil thing.