Pacers losing streak extends to seven

Mar 7, 2007 Read more: The Indianapolis Star 30
Carlos Boozer had 14 points and 16 rebounds, and the Utah Jazz extended their winning streak to five straight, beating Indiana 94-72 Wednesday night to extend the Pacers' losing streak to seven. Read more
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jeremy hossack

United States

#1 Mar 7, 2007
i guess we've entered the kevin durant sweepstakes huh?
Robert

United States

#2 Mar 7, 2007
Nice team you have assemble, Larry Bird. You have taken a winning Franchise and turned it to crap over the past 3 years. Nice going...
Bev from Carmel

Lindon, UT

#3 Mar 7, 2007
Imagine that!!!!! I am sure no one's salary has been decreased. Where I work, if my performance is not that of satisfaction, I do not get any merit raises.. In pro sports it seems no matter what kind of performance, or sitting out games, there is no salary deduction. Other than self-satisfaction it seems there is no incintive to become a winner. Continue to be average, the pay is all the same. However, the Pacers are not even average. I personally think each individual should be paid a base rate plus performance. It might be possible they would work harder. The defense in tonight's game was absent. Bless D. Armstrong he is the only one who seems to care.
DONE

Indianapolis, IN

#5 Mar 7, 2007
Get rid of 'em. They truly are a pathetic group of "athletes".
Happy In Oakland

AOL

#6 Mar 7, 2007
All the "basketball IQ" in the world but not enough talent!!Murphy,Dunleavy will drive you crazy!!Never do anything to WIN games.Thanks for Al and SJax!! Fit in beautiflly here!!By the way Ike has shown little in two years,but you all can keep waiting.J Powell shows just as much if not more!!
Buster

Indianapolis, IN

#7 Mar 7, 2007
So, Pacers lose again! Could it be that Carlisle can't and isn't doing his job? Instead of actually coaching to get the best talent on the floor to help the team win, he is far too concerned being in control, not letting the players display their skill and talent on the floor and in the game. More than the players, Bird's buddy is to blame for the Pacers' demise.
marcia

Louisville, KY

#8 Mar 7, 2007
it is time for larry bird to leave and take coach carlisle with him.
ben

Draper, UT

#9 Mar 7, 2007
the jazz are good, the pacers haven't been since reggie
Connie Kauffman

Surprise, AZ

#10 Mar 8, 2007
I can't believe that the Pacers have now lost 7 games in a row! They should have learned to play more games without Reggie before he "Retired"! As I have said, it is time to "FIRE" the coach. Better have a "NEW" coach next year!
Louisville Pacer

Louisville, KY

#11 Mar 8, 2007
Happy In Oakland wrote:
All the "basketball IQ" in the world but not enough talent!!Murphy,Dunleavy will drive you crazy!!Never do anything to WIN games.Thanks for Al and SJax!! Fit in beautiflly here!!By the way Ike has shown little in two years,but you all can keep waiting.J Powell shows just as much if not more!!
I noticed that Golden State's record in its last ten is identical to the Pacers 3-7. Golden State is hardly doing better with Harrington and Jackson. And, we're thrilled to be rid of the troublemakers.

I enjoy watching Dunleavy, and think he can fit in well here if he becomes more consistent.
dannyg33

United States

#12 Mar 8, 2007
we gon make a comeback its nothin
PRO BASKETBALL BLOWS

Evansville, IN

#13 Mar 8, 2007
Who cares it's the NBA, all they do is foul eachother and I migh also add they are wwwwwaaayyyy to predictale from the line!
PRO BASKETBALL BLOWS

Evansville, IN

#14 Mar 8, 2007
dannyg33 wrote:
we gon make a comeback its nothin
Why should you even care about this, the Colts just released their SB XLI championship DVD, Jim Irsay just wrote his first book on this ivent and his team even started a superbowl trophy tour around most of Indiana and the midwest were you can get your picture taken with the Lombardi Trophy and actually touch it. There are likely to be 4 Indiana Schools in the NCAA tourney this year for the first time in 6 years IE Notre Dame, IU, Purdue, and Buttler. I also might add that Fathead just made it's first SB champs one for the colts. SO I REST MY CASE, WHY SHOULD YOU OR ANYONE CARE THAT THE PACERS MAY NOT MAKE THE PLAYOFFS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 9 YEARS!!!!!!!

I even went to Indiana's #1 Sports pub the Blue Crew Bar & Grill 2 weeks before XLI and no one there even gave a rats ass about the NBA
PRO BASKETBALL BLOWS

Evansville, IN

#15 Mar 8, 2007
Louisville Pacer wrote:
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I noticed that Golden State's record in its last ten is identical to the Pacers 3-7. Golden State is hardly doing better with Harrington and Jackson. And, we're thrilled to be rid of the troublemakers.
I enjoy watching Dunleavy, and think he can fit in well here if he becomes more consistent.
That's cause we needed guards and got forwards
midwestspicoli

Evansville, IN

#16 Mar 8, 2007
Connie Kauffman wrote:
I can't believe that the Pacers have now lost 7 games in a row! They should have learned to play more games without Reggie before he "Retired"! As I have said, it is time to "FIRE" the coach. Better have a "NEW" coach next year!
How Does Reggie sound as coach?
midwestspicoli

Evansville, IN

#17 Mar 8, 2007
Robert wrote:
Nice team you have assemble, Larry Bird. You have taken a winning Franchise and turned it to crap over the past 3 years. Nice going...
More like the Indiana Forwards
Happy In Oakland

AOL

#18 Mar 9, 2007
Louisville Pacer wrote:
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I noticed that Golden State's record in its last ten is identical to the Pacers 3-7. Golden State is hardly doing better with Harrington and Jackson. And, we're thrilled to be rid of the troublemakers.
I enjoy watching Dunleavy, and think he can fit in well here if he becomes more consistent.
Golden State's losing has alot more to do with injuries than anything else..They are now at full strength..We waited 5 yrs.for Dunleavy to be more consistent.
JACKSON SUCKS

Evansville, IN

#19 Mar 10, 2007
Happy In Oakland wrote:
<quoted text>Golden State's losing has alot more to do with injuries than anything else..They are now at full strength..We waited 5 yrs.for Dunleavy to be more consistent.
No it doesn't you guys have the Gun Jack AKA Stephen Just Shoot Me Jackson or Wacko Jacko. THAT GUY SUCKS SO BAD HE ISN'T EVEN GOOD ENOUGH FOR THE CBA (CANADIAN BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION) if it even exsist. When the Pacers traded for him, everyone knew he wasn't woth jack shit. Then he became the worst and most over paid man in the NBA causing The Indiana Pacers to pay the price by loosing Soyocivic to New Orleans after the Artest trade. And for nearly 2 years the Pacers have been trying to trade him for what ever they could get INCLUDING MINUM WADGE GUYS ON OTHER TEAMS PUSHING GETTING CUT AND LATE SECOND ROUND DRAFT PICKS. But they had no luck, because all the other teams just said "Jackson is decient, but his contract is too high" when really they were just being polite when they really knew he wasn't even good enough for the CBA if it even exsist. But now you GS Woiers were ACTUALLY DUMB ENOUGH TO TAKE HIM AND NOW YOUR STUCK WITH HIM FOR 3 MORE YEARS!!!!!!!! Ohh man I remember when he played for Indiana, every time he stole the ball and took it strait to the 3 line with out a single pass then shot the whole crowd would go completly sighlent then when he missed which was like more then 9 out of 10 the whole crowd would boo like crazy. I can't wait till the Pacres trade one of thier forwards for a good Shooting Guard so when Jackson returns to Conseco I can were a shrit that says GO HOME JACKSON YOU BEEN REPLACED on the front then on the back HAVE THE NAME AND NUMBER OF THE NEXT REGGIE MILLER SHOOTING GUARD WE GET IN A TRADE FOR ONE OF OUR STARR FORWARDS LIKE JO!!!!!!!!!!
Happy In Oakland

AOL

#20 Mar 10, 2007
Wow,quite a rant!!! First of all,we can only judge SJax on his time here..Nellie only has praise for him.Second,he does have a ring from his Spurs days in which he did contribute and play for Popovich of all people..The trade was made really to get Al Harrington ..SJax's play is a bonus..Only time will tell..No doubt the Warriors tried to have good people as players,after the Webber and Sprewell incidents,but it got us nowhere in the TOUGH Western Conf..We'll gladly take AL and Jackson's tough edge for the passive Dunleavy and Murphy..Great guys,decent players but honestly look at what they contribute to your Pacers!! The fan forums here HATED their performances nightly!!
Greenwood Guy

Shepherdsville, KY

#21 Mar 10, 2007
midwestspicoli wrote:
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How Does Reggie sound as coach?
Brilliant!

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