Pacers look to prove they're back on ...

Pacers look to prove they're back on track

There are 47 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Mar 20, 2007, titled Pacers look to prove they're back on track. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Time will tell whether the Indiana Pacers' convincing victory over Atlanta on Saturday was the first sign of a revival or a mere blip on the screen for a flat-lining team.

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carey setser

Ashburn, VA

#46 Mar 20, 2007
the pacers better trade o'neal, for a draft choice. the pacers need a leader.

Indianapolis, IN

#47 Mar 20, 2007
Casey wrote:
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Good. Please don't say or write another word. Your grammar, spelling, punctuation, logic, etc, are all severely damaged. Please don't subject literate readers to your prose stylings. The schools in Carmel used to be pretty good. Your letter alarms me more than a losing streak by an underachieving NBA team. I just hope you weren't educated in Indiana.

Houston, TX

#48 Mar 20, 2007
The Pacers have no chance tonight. They are just another middle of the pack team in the Eastern conference. The east is pathetic and tonight's game will show exactly how they measure up to the best teams in the league.

Plainfield, IN

#49 Mar 20, 2007
told ya we back

Utica, KY

#50 Mar 20, 2007
carey setser wrote:
the pacers better trade o'neal, for a draft choice. the pacers need a leader.
Which I might add looks good for the rest of the season.

United States

#52 Mar 20, 2007
wayne wrote:
In my 25 yrs as a fan of the pacers, this is the first year I have quit watching. When you add up their record plus their jail record and their mediocre talent, this is overall the worst pacer team in my 25 years. Not only are the bad as a basketball team, they are just not someone I want my kid to look up to. What a shame.
I have to agree with you with the expection of your comment on role models. I believe that yourself should be a role model.
As far as the Pacers are concerned they should fired everyone from are lame duck coach to are strip club players this is the most dislike team in America and the sad part about it is that the Pacers players don't even care anymore. If fact JT (Bar fight thug) doesn't want to be in Indianapolis at all just be his actions alone. I think that every it's time for the Simons brothers to have some guts and start cleaning this mess up and restore some amounts of order.
oh yes

United States

#54 Mar 21, 2007
Great ...back on track to the losing game closer to Oden and then we can trade some of the criminal thugs on the team

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