O'Brien, Pacers focus on defense

O'Brien, Pacers focus on defense

There are 25 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Nov 26, 2007, titled O'Brien, Pacers focus on defense. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Most of the conversation that accompanied Jim O'Brien's arrival as the Indiana Pacers' coach related to his offense.

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Jay

Fort Wayne, IN

#21 Nov 28, 2007
lets win tonight (INDIANA PACERS
No Blood for Pastel

Denver, CO

#22 Nov 28, 2007
confused wrote:
Is this defense on the basketball court or defense from flying bullets shot by the thugs who now wear and disgrace the Pacer's uniforms.
Get a life, hilbilly.
ARS

Thousand Oaks, CA

#23 Nov 29, 2007
rick wrote:
<quoted text>Hey ARS-hole, you must be a Golden State fan who feels he needs to stand up for Stephen Jackson, right? I don't know whether or not you actually saw any film on the "brawl" but it was pretty obvious that Jackson was the one who escalated the incident into what it became when he ran like a MANIAC into the stands swinging his fists and hitting the innocent kids that were sitting next to the guy who threw the cup of beer. I wish we had kept Artest and got rid of your Capt. Jack sooner.("Captain" of the Warriors, what a joke!)
No not a Jack fan nor a Ronnie fan. Was at one point til neither could keep their cool, but you can't blame Jackson all he knew was his teammate was in the stands and there was turmoil. Yes he took it WAYYY too far just like Artest did, but I noticed you only blamed Jackson. BTW I am in Long Beach at the moment, will be back home to Naptown soon.
ARS

Thousand Oaks, CA

#24 Nov 29, 2007
Artest, Jackson, and Jermaine were all supposed to show the kids in the audience and at home watching how to turn the other cheek and smile because we (the Pacers and us Pacer fans)knew we were gonna have the last laugh and finally have (had) Detroit's number. They mishandled it and it cost Reggie his ring. Thats why when Reggie retired they said they owe him one. Yes I watched the film, and watching the way those 3 players reacted to people in the audience not liking them, resembled what a teenager would do.
SOWHATJACKSONSTI LLSUCKS

Evansville, IN

#25 Nov 30, 2007
ARS wrote:
Artest, Jackson, and Jermaine were all supposed to show the kids in the audience and at home watching how to turn the other cheek and smile because we (the Pacers and us Pacer fans)knew we were gonna have the last laugh and finally have (had) Detroit's number. They mishandled it and it cost Reggie his ring. Thats why when Reggie retired they said they owe him one. Yes I watched the film, and watching the way those 3 players reacted to people in the audience not liking them, resembled what a teenager would do.
Yeah, but before Stephen "Just Shoot Me" Jackson came along everyone on the Pacers INCULDING TINSLEY was never in trouble and playing great as a team!!!!!!!!!

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