James has way again with 38 points

James has way again with 38 points

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John

Massillon, OH

#1 Mar 9, 2008
Is Lebron or Kobe the MVP? I think its got to be Lebron. He kills us!
ron reagan

AOL

#2 Mar 9, 2008
sorry i missed this one...i could have used the extra sleep
Randy

Bridgman, MI

#3 Mar 9, 2008
Pacers start preparing for the NBA Draft Lottery. Stick a fork in you, you are done.
Dark Skinned Jermaine

Tampa, FL

#4 Mar 9, 2008
It was good to see IKE get some minutes. We need to showcase both him and Shawne Williams to see what we they can do. I hope when David Harrison returns he gets the DNP- Coaches decision not IKE.
Tim from SE Ohio

United States

#5 Mar 9, 2008
I agree Ike needs and deserves minutes! He looked good on the boards and we really need some rebounding help!

What has happened to Dunleavy's effort? And why hasn't Kareem Rush played in the last 2 games?
oldady

United States

#6 Mar 9, 2008
There always has to be a winner and a loser. We only got beat by eight points. It was NOT a run away as some would like for it to sound. These guys play hard and are WINNERS in my eyes. The score doesn't necessarily mean that much. I wish we had more scores on the winning side, but we will get there.

The Pacers would play harder if everyone would stay OFF their backs. They can't do anything right according to most of you. You don't score a 100 points or more and not be a good team. They ARE doing something right or they couldn't do that. As we have said before we DON'T get any of the breaks from the officiating, it all goes to the other team. So in turn we have to play the officials and the other team. They are doing so much better. God bless the Indiana Pacers! Go, Fight, Win!!!
Stan

United States

#7 Mar 9, 2008
Give the Pacers credit for playing with heart. As far as athleticism goes they were totally outmatched. Cleveland got ahead and every time they let up and the Pacers got close, Cleveland would get a three, an offensive rebound, block a shot or they would split the Pacer's slow footed defenders. Not just MVP candidate LeBron with his posterizing dunks and scintillating threes. Jones, Smith and Varajao also were high energy and outmatched the Pacers athletically at every turn. The boards were particularly onesided as the Cavs outmuscled the Pacers. At the end of the game when the Pacers got it down to five, Dunleavy when one on one for an incredibly weak effort. That is not his game but who else is there? Still the Pacers hung around with what they had, outside shooting by Murphy and some positive contributions by Murray and Daniels. Granger unfortunately had to guard LeBron and so fouled out at the end of the game. Dunleavy had an off night.
It is much better that an overmatched team plays hard trying to win rather than tanking the season. The trouble with bad teams is you get players used to losing, particulary if they are going to be drafting 19 year olds. Whether or not the team is "blown up" and becomes a Hawks type franchise that flounders at the bottom of the league, one or two athletic players added to what's here would make a huge difference.
So give them credit for trying.
Done

Indianapolis, IN

#8 Mar 9, 2008
It's amazing how Bird receives very little criticism. This mess started with his decision making. Walsh has always done of proud...Bird is a joke--Great basketball player and terrible in the front office. Give us a break...step down they don't have the guts to let you go. Where are the fans? Waiting for the Colts to start playing again.-Season ticket holder since MSA.
Done

Indianapolis, IN

#9 Mar 9, 2008
It's amazing how Bird receives very little criticism. This mess started with his decision making. Walsh has always done us proud...Bird is a joke--Great basketball player and terrible in the front office. Give us a break...step down they don't have the guts to let you go. Where are the fans? Waiting for the Colts to start playing again.- Season ticket holder since MSA.
pacersfan

New York, NY

#10 Mar 9, 2008
rush missed the last 2 games because of an injury. Also if you dont think Bird gets any criticism then you obviously dont read these boards
Jill

Marysville, OH

#11 Mar 9, 2008
Very sad. Most people I talk to don't even follow the Pacers. I suspect the Simon brothers next step is to move out of Indiana to really start over. I just hope they have to pay for that arena we built for the Pacers.
Figurez

Hazelwood, MO

#12 Mar 10, 2008
Just rack up another loss.....same old song.
Pacers

Indianapolis, IN

#13 Mar 11, 2008
Good news! We play the Sonics next, maybe we can get a win. GO PACERS!!!

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