Comeback, but a step back

The Indiana Pacers suspended Jamaal Tinsley for Wednesday night's game against Golden State following an incident during a film session one day earlier, The Star has learned. Full Story
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“Trying to make sense of it all”

Since: Oct 07

Lake Titicaca!

#1 Jan 17, 2008
Why is Superflick still on this team? Are the Pacers trying to lose on purpose?
Rik Smits

Apo, AE

#2 Jan 17, 2008
Hey Bird...when is enough, enough? Now you've got Coach O'Brien lying for you. Injured knee my a**!

Since: Jul 07

Bloomington

#3 Jan 17, 2008
I'm sure his knee is injured, but probably not severely enough to sit out. Personally, I think he should have been suspended after that OT performance when he took every shot besides a MD tip in (after Tinsley missed). Regardless, I feel that the coach is to blame. No coach should allow one player (especially Tinsley) shoot miss after miss in OT.
PLAYA

Indianapolis, IN

#5 Jan 17, 2008
More lies from the Pacers. I will have to have Mr. Tinsley on my talk show sometime over the summer, so the TRUTH CAN BE TOLD!

“Livin the High Life”

Since: Nov 07

The home of the Miami Indians

#7 Jan 17, 2008
Is this the type of player that will lead this team to success? He can't keep his own life straight, how can he lead a team?

In my mind he should be gone.

Hey - I don't have season tickets anymore either.
well hello

Fishers, IN

#8 Jan 17, 2008
send him out... we need to bring good players here to build around granger not o'neal
Sidiqui L Khlalaskisky

Indianapolis, IN

#9 Jan 17, 2008
Poor Jamal...he's just a misunderstood savant. Please..we need to be patient!
billy bob

Indianapolis, IN

#10 Jan 17, 2008
What a role model; wait ...
I think he IS a role model
in today's NBA mentality;
If you need some free tickets
I think the Pacers tix are
easy to get..lol
Concerned

Indianapolis, IN

#12 Jan 17, 2008
Jamal is a role model, a man of trust and integrity, he has character and is a franchise player for the organization, I support him and the Pacer organization 100%
Steve

Saint Charles, MO

#13 Jan 17, 2008
The only time I care to read ANY news about Tinsley is when he becomes an EX-Pacer!
Cancer

Jeffersonville, IN

#14 Jan 17, 2008
Tinsley is a cancer. He's a bum and thug. Get rid of the loser.
rmk23

United States

#15 Jan 17, 2008
When an organization covers for a player's behavior like that, they're sending the message that it's okay to behave that way in the first place. The Pacers have to stand for doing things the right way, no matter what, before they will ever approach the success of the Miller era. Take your lumps, clean house, and win back the respect of your fans to start with.
Use to Love the Pacers

United States

#17 Jan 17, 2008
Tinsley, could be a Poster Child for the NBA. Nothing but a bunch of Thugs.
MIKE

Huntsville, OH

#16 Jan 17, 2008
Concerned wrote:
Jamal is a role model, a man of trust and integrity, he has character and is a franchise player for the organization, I support him and the Pacer organization 100%
WELL THATS WERE TWO FOOLS MEET YOU AND LARRY BIRD
matt

Indianapolis, IN

#18 Jan 17, 2008
rmk23 wrote:
When an organization covers for a player's behavior like that, they're sending the message that it's okay to behave that way in the first place. The Pacers have to stand for doing things the right way, no matter what, before they will ever approach the success of the Miller era. Take your lumps, clean house, and win back the respect of your fans to start with.
The Miller area? Is that the era when we allowed a player to lie on national TV and plea to find the arsonist that burning his 10 million dollar house to the ground only to find out that his wife did it because he was having an affair with the Watson's girl ara? Is that the era you are referencing?
PACERS

Indianapolis, IN

#19 Jan 17, 2008
Pacers = tax right off. If the Simons wanted this organization to thrive, they would have changed leadership a long time ago. Do you really think an owner like, Mark Cuban, would have put up with this kind of, off the floor, on the floor, behavior? I supported the Pacers in the good times of reggie and the bad times of the reggie era, but not anymore. SAD
Genius

Indianapolis, IN

#21 Jan 17, 2008
Concerned wrote:
Jamal is a role model, a man of trust and integrity, he has character and is a franchise player for the organization, I support him and the Pacer organization 100%
You are obviously insane.
joe williams

Alliance, OH

#20 Jan 17, 2008
Same old song and dance with this guy. I guess the saying is true, "Mediocrity breeds stupidity"
sfchoosier

Fishers, IN

#22 Jan 17, 2008
Probably waxing his Rolls Royce and left his Rolex at the strip club and lost track of time. Get in touch with Isiah, he'll take him
Alan

Marysville, OH

#23 Jan 17, 2008
Nothing would surprise me about Tinsley!

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