Pacers rally from 17-point deficit to...

Pacers rally from 17-point deficit to beat Warriors

There are 25 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Jan 16, 2008, titled Pacers rally from 17-point deficit to beat Warriors. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Danny Granger scored 29 points, and the Indiana Pacers overcame a 17-point deficit in the second half to beat the Golden State Warriors 125-117 on Wednesday night.

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pacerfan

New York, NY

#1 Jan 16, 2008
all the haters who criticize this organazation will be begging for playoff tickets
Stan

United States

#2 Jan 16, 2008
What a great game. This team the other team blows the big lead and the Pacers come back with a huge 4th quarter, with Tinsley out and O'Neal out most of the game. Granger plays real big. Dunleavy, Murphy, Jackson and Harrington all have big games although Jackson misses a few at the end. Once again the Pacers depth shows itself with Rush, Diener, Williams and Foster contributing. Bird takes a lot of flack here but you got to give him credit for improving the bench.
whevs

United States

#3 Jan 16, 2008
You just can't hate on the P's tonight!
Fun game!
fan

Burlington, KY

#4 Jan 16, 2008
We love you stephen!
Disgusted Pacer Fan

Miamisburg, OH

#5 Jan 16, 2008
Damn, I turned it off when they were down by 17 thinking they didn't have a chance in he!! of winning.
trade JO NOW

Dayton, OH

#6 Jan 16, 2008
I was there, and it was a great game. The guys hd intensity, heart and hustle. And you know why? NO JO and no Tinsely. Those two are cancers and detrimental to the team. Again, tonight that was proven.

Seeing Jackson the thug implode and hearly singlehandedly lose the game for his team was great. The Oakland Warriors are an undisciplined, immature team and I loathe them.

Good revenge game for Dunleavy. He, Granger and Rush were fantastic.

Trade JO NOW! A worthless player, Four turnover in his 7 mins of play.
Bill E Bob

United States

#7 Jan 16, 2008
Checking in from the Bay Area while on the road for work...saw the game last Sunday night in Oakland...glad to see that the men got the job done tonight at home. Where's the closer, and did Peyton miss the Colts' game last Sunday?
bleed blue and gold

Newburgh, IN

#8 Jan 16, 2008
Tonight's game was an example of what this team can be. They didnt quit after Golden State jumped out to a huge lead, they showed hustle and heart to win a game that I'm sure many people thought they were out of especially at the beginning. What a game Pacers, a great effort tonight, but now this is to be expected every night as we make the push to the playoffs.
Go blue and gold
Old Roy

Newport, KY

#9 Jan 16, 2008
I heard there were a lot of shots fired in this game.
Gary

Dayton, OH

#10 Jan 16, 2008
fan wrote:
We love you stephen!
Yeah, we love that you are gone!
Blondie

Shirley, IN

#11 Jan 16, 2008
Great game! WTG Pacers!
Jay

United States

#12 Jan 16, 2008
Gary wrote:
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Yeah, we love that you are gone!
No foolin'. Good riddance.
indy

Fishers, IN

#13 Jan 16, 2008
they play better without jermaine and tinsley, how long are we are going to wait for Bird to trade them..........trade them please
well hello

Fishers, IN

#14 Jan 16, 2008
send O'neal and tinsley to phenoix give us Ameir, bring back artest
Gary

Dayton, OH

#15 Jan 17, 2008
well hello wrote:
send O'neal and tinsley to phenoix give us Ameir, bring back artest
Bring back Artest!?!?!?

You say get rid of Tins and JO (which I am not disagreeing with) but bring back Artest!?!?!?!

The man is solely responsible for the downfall of The Indiana Pacers over the last 4 years. Ron Artest ****ed us! Bird supported him, nurtured him and stood next to him on the front cover of SI through all of the dumb **** he did here and he flat out ****ed us.

You should be deported for that comment.
Flyer

Greenfield, IN

#16 Jan 17, 2008
Talk about a schizophrenic game....

As O'Brien said honestly, "the first quarter was the worst basketball he has ever coached!" Boy was that true! They had almost as many turnovers as points...

But the last quarter was pretty amazing, I don't quite know how they did it and I watched it unfold.....
Fo Real Doe

Duncan, OK

#17 Jan 17, 2008
Who Cares?

“Living the dream!”

Since: Nov 07

Pleasanton, California

#18 Jan 17, 2008
A great couple of games.
Warriors come from behind and win at home on Sunday.
Pacers come from behind and win at home on Wednesday.

Thanks for Jackson and Harrington...and thank you even MORE for taking Dunlazy and Smurphy!!!! I miss Diogu though.

Pacers record: 18-22
Warriors record: 23-17

GO WARRIORS!!!
Gary

Dayton, OH

#19 Jan 17, 2008
AVHS Dad wrote:
A great couple of games.
Warriors come from behind and win at home on Sunday.
Pacers come from behind and win at home on Wednesday.
Thanks for Jackson and Harrington...and thank you even MORE for taking Dunlazy and Smurphy!!!! I miss Diogu though.
Pacers record: 18-22
Warriors record: 23-17
GO WARRIORS!!!
No THANK YOU.

Keep Jackson and enjoy his off-court antics, his timely technical fouls and his lack of getting back on defense while whining to referees. We'll enjoy Dunleavy's career year. He has improved in nearly every statistical category since coming to Indy.

Career Averages
Team FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG PPG
Warriors 0.43 0.35 0.77 4.74 2.54 0.84 10.74
Pacers 0.47 0.35 0.82 5.8 2.9 1.05 15.75

Season Averages 2007-08
FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG PPG
0.49 0.42 0.85 5.9 3.2 1 17.5

Oh, and those records aren't that far apart either bud.

GO PACERS!!!!

“Living the dream!”

Since: Nov 07

Pleasanton, California

#20 Jan 17, 2008
Gary wrote:
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Keep Jackson and ...his lack of getting back on defense while whining to referees.
Dude, you are right on the money there. I was at the game Sunday night when he pulled one of those about 20 rows away. I was screaming "JACKSON, GET BACK IN THE GAME!!!!!".
Gary wrote:
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We'll enjoy Dunleavy's career year. He has improved in nearly every statistical category since coming to Indy.
Please enjoy away. We get angry because he was so milk toast while he was out hear on the left coast. Congrats to you though. Indiana agrees with him!
Gary wrote:
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Oh, and those records aren't that far apart either bud.
GO PACERS!!!!
That makes for good basketball!

GO WARRIORS!!!!!

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