Tinsley lifts Pacers past Spurs

Full story: The Indianapolis Star

Jamaal Tinsley's layup over Tim Duncan with 1.1 seconds left gave the Indiana Pacers a 100-99 victory over San Antonio on Sunday night, ending the Spurs' six-game winning streak.
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Drew

New Albany, IN

#1 Apr 1, 2007
Trade O'Neal in the off-season, Ike Diogu can start. also move Tinsley!!!

Great effort though, better late than never!!!!!!!!!!
Still A Fan

Marysville, OH

#2 Apr 1, 2007
Not a fan of the bullsh*t but the Pacers are my team! GO PACERS!
Good For the Pacers

San Francisco, CA

#3 Apr 1, 2007
Good for the team. A hard fought win but more than likely it is too late. Thank goodness JO was out that way someone else could take the last second shot. JO is not clutch - no matter how much Carlisle thinks he is. Foster is a waste, why we still play him I will never know. Ike could easily play the center position with his size.
Just a Fan

United States

#4 Apr 1, 2007
What about the little kids that dance for the Pacers. I think they call them the Hip Hop Hoopster's. I have even seen them on Sports Locker.If the kids could teach the Pacer some moves there would be no stopping them.
Laura

Indianapolis, IN

#5 Apr 1, 2007
That was some of the worst officiating I've ever seen!
James M

Indianapolis, IN

#6 Apr 1, 2007
Great, blow a shot at a lottery pick. Tinsley can't even miss when he's supposed to.
Stan Hirtle

Glenwood, IN

#7 Apr 1, 2007
Obviously San Antonio thought they could sleep through this one. Still it's nice to see Tinsley hit a big shot in the late stages, over Duncan no less. He's played better this year than he is given credit for, even though he needs to pass more than shoot. O'Neal deserves credit for his season too. He is a solid All Star even if he is not Kobe or Jordan. They just need more and better help. That's what the teams that have beaten the Pacers on this losing streak have had. Young guys like Diogu and Granger need to learn to be consistent at all phases of the game. But you wonder why some of these players don't do as well when O'Neal is playing. Mid season trades do that, but Carlisle takes some blame too. Mostly a team like this needs a deep bench, and the Pacer's got depleted in the off season. 5 guys got most of the minutes in this one, and that leads to more losses than wins in an 82 game season.
slick

Destin, FL

#8 Apr 1, 2007
fluke
slick

Destin, FL

#9 Apr 1, 2007
Fellas, get a life. I get paid to watch. Better days are comming.
BoilerUp

New Palestine, IN

#10 Apr 1, 2007
I'm tired of the negativity. I've been around for the blue and gold since about 83 or so. I was 8 then. They have been solid for years, and always competitive year in and year out. Jamal is serviceable. Jermaine, I love ya, but you are all we have to start rebuilding. Troy and Mike are great for 20 - 25 minutes a game. Ike and Danny will be studs in the next 2 -3 years. A couple of draft picks for J.O. or a couple high quality players and we will be competitive again. I hate where we are now, but great effort tonight. Just got to get rid of the poor decisions. We've all made a few, and we can and will get better. Go Pacers, and draft Mike Conley.
The average person

Valparaiso, IN

#11 Apr 1, 2007
Does anybody really care?
IU Guy 68

Columbus, IN

#12 Apr 1, 2007
Great win for the Pacers! They needed this one...bad. It was overdue, the Pacers have been in the worst slump I can recall. Ike looked great out there, him and Granger will be studs. We need to obtain some draft picks and get a point guard. I'm still disappointed that we let james white go after trading this years 2nd round draft pick for him. Oh well, tonight gave me some hope for the future.
Vinny

United States

#13 Apr 1, 2007
The average person wrote:
Does anybody really care?
Well, it sounds like you care since you took the time to read the article and then post.

Go Pacers!
playa

Fishers, IN

#14 Apr 1, 2007
slick wrote:
Fellas, get a life. I get paid to watch. Better days are comming.
Please stop speaking!
playa

Fishers, IN

#15 Apr 1, 2007
The average person wrote:
Does anybody really care?
do you ever leave the house?
dutchman

Indianapolis, IN

#16 Apr 1, 2007
david harrison is a waste.
U all stink

United States

#17 Apr 1, 2007
BoilerUp wrote:
I'm tired of the negativity. I've been around for the blue and gold since about 83 or so. I was 8 then. They have been solid for years, and always competitive year in and year out. Jamal is serviceable. Jermaine, I love ya, but you are all we have to start rebuilding. Troy and Mike are great for 20 - 25 minutes a game. Ike and Danny will be studs in the next 2 -3 years. A couple of draft picks for J.O. or a couple high quality players and we will be competitive again. I hate where we are now, but great effort tonight. Just got to get rid of the poor decisions. We've all made a few, and we can and will get better. Go Pacers, and draft Mike Conley.
I'll bet you thought you were watching a Purdue game!!!

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