Celtics beat Pacers to remain unbeaten

Celtics beat Pacers to remain unbeaten

There are 14 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Nov 13, 2007, titled Celtics beat Pacers to remain unbeaten. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Paul Pierce scored 31 points, and the Boston Celtics beat the Indiana Pacers 101-86 on Tuesday night to remain unbeaten.

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william billingham III

Livermore, CA

#1 Nov 13, 2007
Larry Bird is a genius. Four consecutive losses now. How many more before the streak ends? The Golden State benchwarmers were 3 of 19 from the field, with 2 assists. Is this what we traded our #1 draft pick for?
THINK ABOUT IT

Casey, Australia

#2 Nov 13, 2007
10 points, 9 rebounds, excuse me how many millions are we paying this "legend in his own mind"?
Boston Sports Fan

United States

#3 Nov 13, 2007
I love it. First the Red Sox win the World Series. Then the Patriots smack the Colts around in their own dome. Now the Celtics whip Larry Bird's lame Pacers in their crib.

Boston sports teams rule!! I hope Boston College faces the Indiana Loosiers in the NCAA basketball tournament.
Colts 69

United States

#5 Nov 13, 2007
Boston Sports Fan wrote:
I love it. First the Red Sox win the World Series. Then the Patriots smack the Colts around in their own dome. Now the Celtics whip Larry Bird's lame Pacers in their crib.
Boston sports teams rule!! I hope Boston College faces the Indiana Loosiers in the NCAA basketball tournament.
I'm sure you won't read this because you're too big of a _____ to come back after your post but explain just exactly how the Patriots "smacked around" the Colts.
Idiot!
Yeah, I do hope IU plays Boston College. That would be an ass whippin' But your momma wouldn't know about it!
Jeremy

Portales, NM

#6 Nov 13, 2007
Geez...good thing the Pacers had those first 3 games...3-4 soo much better than 0-4. New coach + same management + Kareem Rush, Travis Deiner, rest of the same roster = SAME RESULTS! So glad we got rid of Carlisle because O'Brien is sooo much better. Get rid of the legend and make MAJOR changes in the roster...preferably without trading all the draft picks...Freakin' Pacers. I remember not so long ago when the Pacers were the talk of the town, would it be too much to ask for that both Colts and Pacers are good at the same time...guess so.

“Going thru hell, keep going!”

Since: Dec 06

Lake Village, IN

#7 Nov 13, 2007
We still have one cancer left, Tinsley! Just how much does it take before the Pacer's management get's rid of him? Does he have something on Bird? He must because Larry doesn't seem to want to get him out of here.

I think if Bird can't take care of it, Bird should go, we probably should do that anyway!
Whats A Pacer Anyway

Indianapolis, IN

#8 Nov 13, 2007
NOW can we fire Bird and the "Boy Wonder" coach he hired?
As long as these Indy Good Ol' Boys long for the "lilly white team of scientists" instead of real basketball players, the Pacers will continue to loose games.
Mark

Indianapolis, IN

#9 Nov 13, 2007
Colts 69 wrote:
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I'm sure you won't read this because you're too big of a _____ to come back after your post but explain just exactly how the Patriots "smacked around" the Colts.
Idiot!
Yeah, I do hope IU plays Boston College. That would be an ass whippin' But your momma wouldn't know about it!
Well Said 69....Freakin Boston Trash is all it is.
Mark

Indianapolis, IN

#10 Nov 13, 2007
Cut that meat wrote:
Hey Indy, how does it feel to be Boston's bitch?
Ask your Wife.....or your Mother.
Why don't you guys get a life. You have a couple of good teams and you think you have the right to talk down to other folks. Grow the "F" up.
Cut That Meat?? What a real looser.
Listen - you little piece of Boston trash, there are only two things I like about Boston and that is the Sox and GodSmack whom I'm good friends with Sully on a personal level. You Suck Bad! Get your welfare check and buy more crack and keep your mouth shut about my town.
PatsFAN

Mcgregor, MN

#11 Nov 13, 2007
THANK YOU INDIANA

FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART

without you we wouldn't be unbeaten in the NBA nor the NFL

PEACE AND LOVE and THANK YOU AGAIN!!!
PatsFAN

Mcgregor, MN

#12 Nov 13, 2007
Let me quote Larry Bird...
“Yeah, I am (pleased to see the Celtics prominent again), especially for Paul (Pierce),” Bird said before the C’s-Pacers game last night at Conseco Fieldhouse.“He was there through some very tough times. Our fans went through some tough times out there for a long period. And Boston’s one of the greatest - if not the greatest - sports towns in America, so I’m happy for them.”

Larry... I BELIEVE THAT YOU ARE THE BEST ALL-ROUND PLAYER THE WORLD EVER SAW.

Thanks for all the memories...
Cube Jockey

Westerville, OH

#13 Nov 13, 2007
PatsFAN wrote:
Let me quote Larry Bird...
“Yeah, I am (pleased to see the Celtics prominent again), especially for Paul (Pierce),” Bird said before the C’s-Pacers game last night at Conseco Fieldhouse.“He was there through some very tough times. Our fans went through some tough times out there for a long period. And Boston’s one of the greatest - if not the greatest - sports towns in America, so I’m happy for them.”
Larry... I BELIEVE THAT YOU ARE THE BEST ALL-ROUND PLAYER THE WORLD EVER SAW.
Thanks for all the memories...
The funny thing is, Boston and Massachuesetts are probably two of the most unathletic geographic locations in the union. Name anyone from the state that plays or has played in the big 3 sports, excluding Tom Glavine and Patrick Ewing. There's more players from North Dakota than Mass.

That's pretty pathetic when you think of a city and state that size with no athletes. Probably too busy eating Chowder.
Bye Bye Bird

Gonzales, TX

#14 Nov 13, 2007
I never did understand why Donnie Walsh brought Bird back to Indiana. Prior to coming back to Indiana, he dissed the Pacers every time he opened his big, fat, ugly mouth. He came here to destroy the Pacers and he is doing a great job of it. LET BIRD GO!!!!!!!!
Keep O'Brian and give him a chance to change the way the guys do and if he still can't improve the team, then let him go.
msa lives

Newark, OH

#17 Nov 14, 2007
Manning had 6 ints....6! cant win like that

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