Playoff chances fading

Playoff chances fading

There are 31 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Apr 11, 2007, titled Playoff chances fading. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

This one can be added to the already-overflowing list of embarrassing losses for the Indiana Pacers.

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Since: Jan 07

Bloomington, IN

#22 Apr 11, 2007
About my previous post... I ment keep JT in a point gaurd,,, not JO
Jack

Avon, IN

#23 Apr 11, 2007
Like these guys really want to play any more games after the regular season.

They've all got their money. It's time to go to the beach and find some chicks, not for playoff basketball.

Get real, already.
cwe

Indianapolis, IN

#24 Apr 11, 2007
Things will be even worse tomorrow morning. The Pacers will have beaten a totally helpless Bucks team, while Orlando will lose to the Pistons, and the Pacers will again be only a game out of the playoffs. It doesn't matter whether you're gonna keep J.O. or try and trade him, you have GOT to get him off the floor now, instead of keeping him out there on creaky knees. You are either making the situation worse for his performance in the playoffs, or doing great damage to his trade value by risking further injury. Personally, I'd like to see him back next year, but we HAVE to shift the focus of him being our primary option. Give the weight to someone else and let J.O. be an ideal # 2 guy.
CAROLYN

Bringhurst, IN

#25 Apr 11, 2007
WHAT ELSE IS NEW. SOS
wHEN ARE U GOING TO LEARN?????
TAKE ONEAL & GRANGER OFF THE FLOOR AND THEY WILL WIN.........

Since: Dec 06

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#26 Apr 11, 2007
That is truly pathetic that the Pacers can't even get into the NBA finals...my 80 year old father has a better shot!
Pacer Hater

Brownsburg, IN

#27 Apr 11, 2007
I wasnt suggesting we see the Pacers I was suggesting we give them the boot!
BC Realtor wrote:
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Ha, chill man.
Think back 3 or 4 years when we were going to game 6 and 7 in the Eastern Conference Championship series. I bet you were yelling hateful things about how we need to sell the Pacers then too...
Dude, just get off the bandwagon and find some other team that needs fans like you right now. I hear the Bulls are doing well this year, go jump on their wagon for a season or 2.
Either way, we need a bunch of changes. Until those changes come around, it will be hard to follow the team. I say just keep losing. Not intentionally, but by playing the bench extended minutes.(Make sure you keep JO in at PG though... that way we are gaurinteed the loss.
Lets hope the Pacers can find their way into the bottom 10, or at least get lucky and get one of the first 10 picks. Either way, a loss is a victory from here on out.
Stop Stacey

Indianapolis, IN

#28 Apr 11, 2007
Please let Stacey go

I can't take it when I do happen to watch the Pacers.
Actually I am going to watch the last games just to cheer on the other team.

We need loses Trade Fire
do it all at once and let STACEY GO!
indy colts fan 1945

Greenwood, MS

#29 Apr 11, 2007
Bring on KEVIN or Gregg!!!!!

LARRY S
screw the pacers

Covington, KY

#30 Apr 11, 2007
go bulls
lexingtonporter

Ashburn, VA

#32 Apr 12, 2007
cwe wrote:
Things will be even worse tomorrow morning. The Pacers will have beaten a totally helpless Bucks team, while Orlando will lose to the Pistons, and the Pacers will again be only a game out of the playoffs. It doesn't matter whether you're gonna keep J.O. or try and trade him, you have GOT to get him off the floor now, instead of keeping him out there on creaky knees. You are either making the situation worse for his performance in the playoffs, or doing great damage to his trade value by risking further injury. Personally, I'd like to see him back next year, but we HAVE to shift the focus of him being our primary option. Give the weight to someone else and let J.O. be an ideal # 2 guy.
Your post was very prophetic now we are in that exact situation.
drew

United States

#33 Apr 15, 2007
OH YEAH wrote:
No win
No win
No win
No win
No win
Winning starts for the fans after 5 more no wins
Start the trades get the raft over maybe trade the draft pick
and players or not make the changes needed coach whatever changes Keep the fans informed of
the changes considered in the media
Don't talk about Tinsley let him hang with PACMAN
Ok in the next few weeks we have opportunities for change let's see how it goes.
ok.....that made absolutely no sense

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