Dunleavy scores career-high 36 points...

Dunleavy scores career-high 36 points, carries Pacers to 119-92...

There are 8 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Dec 17, 2007, titled Dunleavy scores career-high 36 points, carries Pacers to 119-92.... In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Mike Dunleavy scored 22 of his career-high 36 points in the third quarter, and the Indiana Pacers beat the New York Knicks 119-92 tonight.

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Paluie Walnuts

Waianae, HI

#1 Dec 17, 2007
Boy did we need this win... Now only if J.O. can stay focused on D, and we can continue to distribute the ball well, we can gain some momentum to finish out the year
we need more

Newark, OH

#2 Dec 17, 2007
good players like him

El Paso, TX

#3 Dec 17, 2007
Notice the Dunleavy streak came when J.O. picked up his 4th foul and went to the bench.. Dunleavy then went on a 9 point streak... I am just saying that it happened only once Jermaine went to the bench.. that could mean that was the best opportunity for Dunleavy to get his scoring opportunities, but up to that point J.O. was the leading scorer and the Knicks had them tied up.. I will say it again and again, J.O. should be the third option behind either Dunleavy or Grainger, since J.O. has come back and started demanding the ball, the scoring for both Grainger and Dunleavy are down and the team is inconsistent.. Even Jamaal assist totals are down.. It's difficult to get an assist when the player you throw it to has to dribble 10 times to find a rhythm to shoot..

The first poster is right, Jermaine should focus more on defense, in fact he should focus only on defense, that is where he can be the greatest help to the team..

Newport, KY

#4 Dec 17, 2007
Trade Bird

United States

#5 Dec 17, 2007
J.O. made something like his fist 6 shots. I think that will be pretty good for the assist totals of the guy passing him the ball. The Pacers are so much fun to watch this year. I have not seen them play this hard really since the bird years. It is really nice to see. Go Pacers
Pacers Fan


#6 Dec 17, 2007
when the pacers are back and rolling in the playoffs this year all you guys who quit on the team and use the excuse of off the court incidents will be begging for tickets

Lexington, KY

#7 Dec 17, 2007
I got home from work right about the time Dunleavy went postal in the 3rd. That was a very, very good win on the road.
Keep Bird

Louisville, KY

#8 Dec 17, 2007
diverdave1000 wrote:
Trade Bird
Keep Bird...he is this club's only chance to win fans back...offense much more exciting than last year, especially when shots go in like tonight in NY...I am just going to focus on watching them play now- hopefully they will keep the food to the gas pedal on pushing the ball on offense...Tinsley pushes upcourt and distributes very well actually.. 2nd chance..

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