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jcnotime

Indianapolis, IN

#21 Jan 17, 2008
Atleast keep them out of the 4th quarter
Can anybody tell me the last time Jermaine won the game for us in the last minutes of the game.
He ALWAYS! CHOKES!
Jermaine cannot Hit the side of a Barn with the round ball! When the games on the line!
Ill be waiting for your reply!
Once again you will see that Jermaine is a B Player
Getting A Player Wages!
IT IS SO OBVIOUS HOW THIS TEAM RESPONDS WHEN PRETTY BOY IS OUT!

Snowbird wrote:
If JO and JT can't be traded, then leave them
sitting on the bench since the Pacers do much
better without them being out there on the floor.
How's that for a solution?
Horschel

AOL

#22 Jan 17, 2008
JKL wrote:
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GEEZ....how many times are we going to have to hear..."they are about to make a run"...."they are in the middle of a HUGE winning streak, wait and see"????? You are one of the many fools who think anything is going to be different with this team without MAJOR changes to the players and front office.
If you thought that was the most exciting thing you have seen "anywhere" in a long time, may I suggest you get out every once in a while and obtain a life if this is what you call major excitement.
p.s. you need to have all the pieces of a puzzle for it to all fit together.
Geez, how many times are you going to repeat the same abuse of the Pacers. We have heard it from you till we are sick of it.

Geez, if you are so disgusted with it all, WHY are you taking up your valuable time with this.

Aren't there other things you would find more your style...let's say tiddlywinks, for one.

Or is it that you are just so fascinated with Tinsley that all your thoughts are constantly about him. Maybe if you asked him out on a date, you would accomplish what you really want out of life.
mediagiant

Indianapolis, IN

#23 Jan 17, 2008
I think Jermaine O'Neal is a great player...he just might not be the right fit for the 2007-08 Indiana Pacers. He could thrive in the right system, but this clearly is not it.
jcnotime

Indianapolis, IN

#24 Jan 17, 2008
You have absolutly no history to back-up your quote
Just Like Jermaine has no game to back up his position and stature.
Jermaine is a stat stuffer who has rode the coat tails fo Reggie,artest,foster,harington !
Those guys play to win, and play as a team
and know their roles and fullfil them.
That is why he wanted to go to LA
He could hide behind Colbie and Team!
mediagiant wrote:
I think Jermaine O'Neal is a great player...he just might not be the right fit for the 2007-08 Indiana Pacers. He could thrive in the right system, but this clearly is not it.
Fell Down Funked Up

Denver, CO

#25 Jan 17, 2008
jcnotime wrote:
You have absolutly no history to back-up your quote
Just Like Jermaine has no game to back up his position and stature.
Jermaine is a stat stuffer who has rode the coat tails fo Reggie,artest,foster,harington !
Those guys play to win, and play as a team
and know their roles and fullfil them.
That is why he wanted to go to LA
He could hide behind Colbie and Team!
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Your spelling is awful. If you care so little about yourself that you never learned to express yourself properly, you don't have much call to get so angry about a basketball player.
jct

Louisville, KY

#26 Jan 17, 2008
oldady wrote:
As I and many others have said before, get Jermaine O'Neal and Jamaal Tinsley out of the game and the Pacers can win games.
When we played Golden State last week I noticed Jamaal was very fiesty. He was wanting a fight to break out. I think he was on drugs then. That is probably why he was suspended and needed to be.
What a difference in the game when the "Supposed Stars" were out of the game. That proves that they CONTROL the game. I still think they bet on the games as well. Get RID of J.O. & J.T. and watch the Pacers grow.
Don't keep Jeff Foster out of the game again. That was DUMB! He is an awesome all around player. I was so proud of Mike Dunleavy and Troy Murphy and Travis Diener. Golden State's tongue were hanging out, wondering why they got rid of them. Too bad, we are glad. Those white boys can play ball can't they? So can Danny Granger and Shawne Williams et al. I love the Indiana Pacers!!!
You remind me so much of my Mother (God rest her soul). The good things you say as well as the bad. Just be careful about somethings you say. Keep posting 'old lady'. Your a pleasure to read.
Gary

Cincinnati, OH

#27 Jan 17, 2008
jct wrote:
<quoted text>You remind me so much of my Mother (God rest her soul). The good things you say as well as the bad. Just be careful about somethings you say. Keep posting 'old lady'. Your a pleasure to read.
Please don't egg on the old lady.

Every post she throws out absolutely ridiculous, ludicrous accusations with no facts or data to substantiate her incredibly radical claims.
TRG

Louisville, KY

#28 Jan 17, 2008
Horschel wrote:
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Geez, how many times are you going to repeat the same abuse of the Pacers. We have heard it from you till we are sick of it.
Geez, if you are so disgusted with it all, WHY are you taking up your valuable time with this.
Aren't there other things you would find more your style...let's say tiddlywinks, for one.
Or is it that you are just so fascinated with Tinsley that all your thoughts are constantly about him. Maybe if you asked him out on a date, you would accomplish what you really want out of life.
My bet is they just love to clown on you idiots who think everyone should bow down in front of a pro athlete or believe a sports team deserves support no matter what. Your comments to this person only shows you are a simple minded tool who can only berate rather than enlighten. Talk about a hypocritical stance. Take a look in the mirror....oh wait, that is why YOU have so much time to post on here, huh?
TRG

Louisville, KY

#29 Jan 17, 2008
Gary wrote:
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Please don't egg on the old lady.
Every post she throws out absolutely ridiculous, ludicrous accusations with no facts or data to substantiate her incredibly radical claims.
Kind of like the Pacers announced attendance they state each game?
Grumpy Old Fart

Fort Wayne, IN

#30 Jan 17, 2008
INDIANA WHO?
Gary

Cincinnati, OH

#31 Jan 17, 2008
TRG wrote:
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Kind of like the Pacers announced attendance they state each game?
Haha!

Exactly!
Mike

Lawrenceville, GA

#32 Jan 17, 2008
LTZ wrote:
If you guys think the Pacers will win many games without a low post threat or a legitimate point guard you're crazy. You will not score 46 points in the 4th quarter on many nights if ever again. You may not need JO or JT but you still need a legit PG and PF and this team has none.
I'd be happy if they could find some conceivable way to replace JO with a low post role player who can run. The problem is with JO's price, because guys making similar money are all better than him. At the beginning of the year, the Pacers were trying to get Bynum, Odom and more for just O'Neal, but now if they just tried to trade JO for Bynum and change, the Lakers would laugh it off, even though Bynum's out a couple months. It's embarrassing. In any case, it's getting hard calling it a coincidence when the team does better with JO on the bench. On the other hand, I think the team is generally much better when Tinsley's on the court, but then he has his off the court problems and occasionally he decides to "take over" games and just start jacking up stupid shots. It's frustrating because he can be really good, but he can't seem to keep his attention.
bill night

Lafayette, CA

#33 Jan 17, 2008
This was a great win for the pacers and their fans. My hat is off to Granger, Dunleavy, Rush, Murphy, and even diminutive Travis Deener. These guys played with spunk and elan. It shows the team is capable of performing and winning.
Waiting for the next game against the Kings.
Zakkwylderulz

United States

#34 Jan 18, 2008
Lemme know when management decides to put a real team together...until then...this is one FORMER Pacer fan that's tired of this crap. Since 2005 it has been one lame (cost sutting) deal after another. Gimme some young players with some INTENSITY! Keep Granger & Foster ...TRADE the rest!

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