Pacers lose ninth straight game

Pacers lose ninth straight game

There are 39 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Mar 11, 2007, titled Pacers lose ninth straight game. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

LeBron James scored 26 points -- his lowest total in 11 games -- but the Cleveland Cavaliers won their fifth straight, 99-88 over Indiana on Sunday night, the wilting Pacers' ninth straight loss.

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True Indy Sports Fan

Phoenix, AZ

#2 Mar 11, 2007
Wow! I am really miffed as to why they even bother anymore. If a positive comes of this it would be that they do not make the playoffs and contend for a better draft spot in a loaded class to come into the league next year. Too bad they traded their 2nd round pick for a guy who did not make the roster this year. Go Indianapolis Indians!
TVS

United States

#3 Mar 11, 2007
Who is responsible for the destruction of this franchise?
joey

Toronto, Canada

#5 Mar 11, 2007
Roads Roads wrote:
To hell with the pacer, very bad image of indiana they are. They need to be run out of this state!
Makes you wonder what the heck is Larry doing
Mary

Livingston, NJ

#6 Mar 11, 2007
Only 20 more losses and the Pacers are guaranteed lottery pick in the draft. Help is on the way. Just hope they won't use their first pick on a 6-10, 120 pound high school kid Bird thinks will be an all-star in 2017 after playing 10 years in Europe.
Duck

Clayton, IN

#7 Mar 11, 2007
Could anybody tell me why O'neil wasn't even on the bench for Saturday nights game? Some leader. Awesome example buddy.
Jim - New Albany IN

Jeffersonville, IN

#9 Mar 11, 2007
Nine and counting, when will it end?
So, what's the plan for next year Lary & Donnie, it surely can't get worse.
Bill Slowsky

Carmel, IN

#10 Mar 11, 2007
who cares? is it NFL training camp time yet?
BIRD DROPPINGS

United States

#11 Mar 11, 2007
Walsh needs to do what he planned retire and take Larry with you ,Answer is Reggie Miller president and Coach he would make them respond or get out of town.
Joe

Bloomington, IN

#12 Mar 11, 2007
As the posts on this pacers forum gets fewer and fewer. How long will it be before Upper Management see this and decides on a completely new direction? Man, forget this nice role-model type of player. At this point, put somebody on the floor that cares and somebody that can make ESPN top 10 of DAY. Because it is painfully apparent to me that these choirboys won't be making the play-offs any time soon. Reggie come back, Mark Jackson come back!!!!
Joe

Bloomington, IN

#13 Mar 11, 2007
Mary wrote:
Only 20 more losses and the Pacers are guaranteed lottery pick in the draft. Help is on the way. Just hope they won't use their first pick on a 6-10, 120 pound high school kid Bird thinks will be an all-star in 2017 after playing 10 years in Europe.
Man ain't that the TRUTH!!!!!!!!
Bird Droppings

United States

#14 Mar 11, 2007
Walsh needs to do like he said retire and take Larry with you,bring Reggie Miller back as President and coach he would make them respond or get out of town.

Since: Dec 06

Indianapolis

#15 Mar 11, 2007
Everybody has an opinion, and I've got mine too. I am thankful the guys keep going out and trying to win. Don't let the negativity get in your way. Keep trying it will eventually come together. I just hope they fire CRC and get a real leader for a coach. He, DB, & Forcier - they have to go! We need real coaches who know how to lead if this team ever has a chance.
jason

Indianapolis, IN

#16 Mar 11, 2007
It mentions the last 9 game streak happening in 88-89. I was a fan then and i still will be, just like i was a colts fan when they were the worst in the league. The pacers will get things straight but it will be a few years, and a coach or two later.
Mich

United States

#17 Mar 11, 2007
Great job Larry and Rich!!!!!!!!!!
Mich

United States

#18 Mar 11, 2007
Great job Larry and Rick!!!!!!!

“Back in Black”

Since: Feb 07

Marysville, OH

#19 Mar 11, 2007
I don't like the Pacers either, but let's put the thug label on the two who have earned it: Tinsley and Daniels. The other 10 guys on the roster are ok.
raps fan

Toronto, Canada

#20 Mar 11, 2007
BIRD DROPPINGS wrote:
Walsh needs to do what he planned retire and take Larry with you ,Answer is Reggie Miller president and Coach he would make them respond or get out of town.
what y'all need in Indy is some dedicated european players.
jjj

Indianapolis, IN

#21 Mar 11, 2007
4 points /30 min= pathetic, what no weed gotta get outta this town they are on to me mabe if i slack. no wait they are not noticing i must really be bad because when i try to slack off nobody notices/ i'll fake an injury and sit on the bench with jermaine/ that aint no fun either darn it /hey what if i play hard keep my nose clean and my lungs, work with the community be a leader on and off the court/ mabe someone will notice....too late sorry mabe they could use you at another level.....try 5th and 6th graders / they are impressionable so watch your mouth and please no weed
Indy Old School

Clayton, IN

#22 Mar 11, 2007
Joe wrote:
The Pacers lost? Really? I can't believe it. This was supposed to be THE year.
After all, it is up to them. I guess that old saying of what goes up (to them) must come down (the toilet).
I saw in the paper this morning that Reggie was at the game against the Sixers. I thought back to the good ol' days win and lose, when the Pacers were a team everyone could support. When they were a team full of guys that you wanted to, and did, like.
This group of losers just flat sucks. Not only from their basketball "skills", but also from their behavior on/off the court.
Not sure if anyone would mind seeing all of these guys released and have a fresh start. It couldn't be any worse than what we have.
Great post, and the truth sometimes hurts. I went to the Bucks game on a Wednesday night, man I tell you I have never seen such a sparse, less interested crowd. They won the game, only tried to lose it several times. That Michael Redd is a great player. We had some great players once, it really is such a shame to have such a bad team, both on and off the court, from such a basketball rich state like Indiana. Between this and CLASS basketball, you wonder if we will ever recover to the Old School days!
ByeByeBirdie

Cincinnati, OH

#23 Mar 11, 2007
Bird Droppings wrote:
Walsh needs to do like he said retire and take Larry with you,bring Reggie Miller back as President and coach he would make them respond or get out of town.
Yes, Walsh should retire and take Larry with him. But Reggie will not come back to Indiana other than his token appearance like last week's Sixers' game. Why would he leave Malibu for Indianapolis? Why would he take over this crapper of a franchise when he's got a sweet gig at TNT?

As Bob and Tom say, there's Norfolknway he's coming back to Indy!

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