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Just now, MTC said:

 

Unreal how no whistle was called.

 

At least we got it down to 10 points. Wes is shooting well tonight.

Yeah, he's started slow....but he can still score..

....He just needs to feel like he can shoot 15-20 shots...dont be shy

Lord..that 3-second defense call must be the refs favorite...call

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1 minute ago, oldunclemark said:

Yeah, he's started slow....but he can still score..

....He just needs to feel like he can shoot 15-20 shots...dont be shy

Lord..that 3-second defense call must be the refs favorite...call

 

Single digit deficit now. 

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7 minutes ago, MTC said:

Gotta give the team a lot of credit. They have a lot of fight to make this huge comeback.

I dont know how we're doing this..

 

We're without Myles and Bogodnavic has been sitting with foul trouble a lot of the night.

Matthews got smacked inthe face....

..and we're ahead

 

 

Sabonis has 15 points on 7 shots

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Might be time to give Sabonis a minute or two of rest..

...before he sets a record for missed Free throws...

3 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

114-102 Pacers lead. The huge question come playoff time is, can the combination of Wes Mathews and Tyreke Evans make up for the loss of Vic? We have the Big's to compete with anyone with Turner, Bogey, Sabonis, and Young. Good Coaching with Nate as well. Collison even has his moments where he looks good.

How many players will we use in the playoffs.....8?

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