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green24


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 1:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

El ramster wrote:
Title Town USA wrote:
Hey, anybody know if the Pacers won tonight?


Even with 3 straight losses we're still better than Mil. Take a second, Wait.. Without our best player for the season! We are still better than Mil. Just how sad is that?


Sorry bro had to cut deep. I'm mad! Laughing

You think Granger is still better than George?
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DougE14 wrote:
Darkness wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiHJmh6Pdmc

scariest highlight ever.


He's OK right? Barnes is more athletic than I remember he was at UNC. He got a few big time slams this year.

When he gets his handles right he'll be a very productive player.


He was walking around alright after, but they're going to checkout his calf tomorrow. I'm just glad nothing happened to his knee. Reminded me of Brandon Rush's injury earlier in the season.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 1:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

How'd Bogut look tonight? Did he get his legs out of that cement?
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 2:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

green24 wrote:
El ramster wrote:
Title Town USA wrote:
Hey, anybody know if the Pacers won tonight?


Even with 3 straight losses we're still better than Mil. Take a second, Wait.. Without our best player for the season! We are still better than Mil. Just how sad is that?


Sorry bro had to cut deep. I'm mad! Laughing

You think Granger is still better than George?


Granger isn't even the third most important player on that team and he still complains about him being the best.
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Bleedin_Green36 wrote:
How'd Bogut look tonight? Did he get his legs out of that cement?


he looked as impressive as his statline.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 3:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

green24 wrote:
El ramster wrote:
Title Town USA wrote:
Hey, anybody know if the Pacers won tonight?


Even with 3 straight losses we're still better than Mil. Take a second, Wait.. Without our best player for the season! We are still better than Mil. Just how sad is that?


Sorry bro had to cut deep. I'm mad! Laughing

You think Granger is still better than George?


Of course he is. He's been the best player on this team for the last 5 years. Our best scorer hands down. He's our clutch guy and he's the only one that get's the calls. Not to mention our leader!!

He brings that fake toughness, He sat down and smacked both Love and Jennings last year(Sanders too).

The dude is good for 20-30 a night. No one on this team can do that. Paul is too busy defending and stuffing the stat sheet. Paul won't attack like the Granger. Part of the issue is that he isn't getting the calls. Dude get's waxed going to the rim. Paul is still developing as a player, He hasn't showed the aggressiveness he showed in Chi. He get's a large part of his buckets in the perimeter, But that's fine considering what college Paul came from.
He's still a work in project and to be honest that's quite scary, If this kid taps his potential then wow.

Don't listen to Troy he's still BLOWN away.

All the time he Cries and talks a Lil smack.
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I'm beginning to like the rg3 trade


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Tacks, eh?

You're drunk. Granger isn't more important to that team's success than Hibbert, George, or West.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 3:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Troy Brown wrote:
Tacks, eh?

You're drunk. Granger isn't more important to that team's success than Hibbert, George, or West.


I fixed it.. Stop it, Please tell me then. How many wins will the Pacers get post Greanger?

We're at 26-19...

37 more games to go suggar..

Granger---West or George..
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What does that even mean? Of course you're better off with all four of them healthy. But Hibbert's success is more beneficial to the team than Granger's. You hurt more if you lose one of them.
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Troy Brown wrote:
What does that even mean? Of course you're better off with all four of them healthy. But Hibbert's success is more beneficial to the team than Granger's. You hurt more if you lose one of them.



Hibbert is our best Paint defender.. But man these last 3 games must have really hurt our Defensive rankings.. Jesus!

Here's to a 52 wins Cool Cool

Let's get this paper.. Show the world what Danny means to this squad, Our offense is in need of those sweet strokes..
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I mean, the only way to really prove me wrong would be to lose one of the three I mentioned and sustain the success you're currently having. Granger is a good scoring option, I'm not saying otherwise, but you can find ways to score without a guy like him. David West is more important than Granger because he gets you easy buckets, rebounds and defends well. Granger spaces the floor for you.
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Troy Brown wrote:
I mean, the only way to really prove me wrong would be to lose one of the three I mentioned and sustain the success you're currently having. Granger is a good scoring option, I'm not saying otherwise, but you can find ways to score without a guy like him. David West is more important than Granger because he gets you easy buckets, rebounds and defends well. Granger spaces the floor for you.


But you see I disagree with that.. While West is critical at times! He just can't maintain a steady PPG ala Granger. The person who benefits the most from Granger is Hibbert, Because of that same reason. Spacing is key to our offense and right now there is none of it.

I can count of Granger going crazy for 30-35-40. I can't count on West for that. It's just too much of a burden. Dude has carried us, But fatigue is clearly taking it's toll. Actually whole team as a whole is just out of sync. This isn't the same George Hill from earlier in the season as well, He's just differing. Dude was one of the few who had the cojones. Frank is forcing Paul to handle way too much.

I can't put my finger on it, Might be the WC trip but we haven't played Pacers ball in the last 3 games. Seems like not having Gerald Green out there is hurting our Defense.

Okay I think I'm smoking bath salt Laughing Laughing

Peace everyone..



Razz Razz Razz

I work at 6 am..
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Darkness wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiHJmh6Pdmc

scariest highlight ever.

Brandon Rush déjà vu. I'm glad nothing really bad happened. I hold my breathe every time something like that happens, regardless of it being my team or not.

How many posters are we going to see from Barnes this season?

Bleedin_Green36 wrote:
How'd Bogut look tonight? Did he get his legs out of that cement?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8IzoG1tuvc

12 points, 8 rebounds, and 4 blocks in 23 minutes. I'd say he looked very solid for someone who hasn't really been on the court for nearly 2 years. It didn't even look like he came back from an injury with how fluid he looked. His impact on this team is evident.
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I love this team with Bogut on the floor. Great ball movement, unselfish play, and most importantly we have a shot blocker in the middle of the paint.

My favorite play of the game was when we passed down low to Bogut, who drew the double team, kicked it back out to Jack, who swung it to Barnes, who then made the extra pass to Klay in the corner for a wide open 3. Beautiful.
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Healthy Bogut is as good as any center not named Dwight.
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