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Should they fire larry bird?

No! Donnie's gone and Larry can rally the players for the rest of this season and the playoff's (smile). The Golden State trade is paying off, the team has a four game win streak, no need for more insults or injury.  (Mar 24, 2008 | post #8)

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Pacers' Bird unsure of his future

This post say's it all! The only time we'd see the players were at the Waffle House eating on the way to work on game day. That Work Ethic brought the results we came to expect from the Pacers. The NBA Players association is the reason this team can't make changes for the time being, now it's up to IMPD and Marion County Court to make them (Mike Tyson).  (Mar 18, 2008 | post #73)

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Klecko gone, Utecht may follow

Your during fine Terry, seems like we've started over here early (smile). That Moss dude has a great web site, tell him to stay loose, it's a good fit.  (Mar 15, 2008 | post #50)

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Dunleavy leads Pacers with career high 36

Thanks Mike and to all of those who contributed. Go Pacers! PS. We don't have a 1st round pick this year.  (Mar 3, 2008 | post #18)

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Murray chooses Pacers over Clippers

They can't jump!  (Mar 2, 2008 | post #16)

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Pacers leave Williams at home

The bleeding has got to stop!, Larry. Who carries $15,000 around in their truck in Indiana except Isiah Thomas and you took care of that. Suspend them without pay or let Stern do it for you and send the money to the NBA (much like The Brawl). Start with Harrison, Williams and go on down the list.... These two have no clue as to how they should carry themselves being Professional People period.  (Feb 29, 2008 | post #14)

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Harrison doesn't agree with NBA drug policy

David, when your contract is completed, please just leave.  (Jan 24, 2008 | post #99)

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End-of-season spot's timing surprises some

Three more twelve win seasons = Priceless!  (Jan 23, 2008 | post #16)

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3 men questioned in killings have long criminal histories

Watcher your reply to Scooby Doo is to broad of a statement, stick to the subject (criminal records). The majority of the people you speak of (including Government Workers) are very Fine People, we only hear of and comment on, a very small percentage of the population of the United States. Do us a favor and join the Nation in wishing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. a Happy Birthday.  (Jan 19, 2008 | post #66)

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If Dungy wants to move on, so be it

Let's see how this plays out before opinions (including yours Bob) make the decision impossible. This organization is structured for Coach and Bill Polian to retire and not loose a beat, just last week Mr.Blink had half of the team in Atlanta distracting playoff preparations. What I think Coach is saying is that the organization is in such a shape that anyone, including you Bob could win with the Colts, will he sits at home and watches on TV. Now the real problem will it be an RCA or Sony, I'm sure his car will be filled with Lucas Oil Products for that crazy Florida weather. Let's not forget Sprint to call out Manning........!  (Jan 15, 2008 | post #297)

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The end was sudden but not surprising

So Right Bob, The Colts will heal, Lucas Oil Stadium will open and our Team will be on a mission (focused)! The Chargers should really look at moving The Dome to California, it's been good luck for them. Remember all winners go thru the Dome! Don't let us down! LT for Quarterback!  (Jan 14, 2008 | post #612)

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Harrison will play Sunday . . . probably

Breaking News: This just in! Marvin Harrison will be held out of next Sunday's Indianapolis Colts game against San Diego pending an investigation into the Charges(rs), that his Timing Routes are identical to the ones used in the movie In Search of Red October. We will disseminate more information as it becomes available, Now back to Marvin Watch! Marvin if you read this give me, "One ping Only".  (Jan 10, 2008 | post #20)

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This time, Chargers are in over their heads

So right, I was wondering if anyone remembered those days. Manning is the best bet to come close because every things in place and we're a faster team than in 2005. We haven't played our best game or series of yet! LT for Quarterback! Go Colts!  (Jan 9, 2008 | post #144)

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This time, Rivers gets the job done

"I remember saying something to Philip early in the game: 'What are you seeing out there? What are they doing?' And he said, 'They are just playing cover three and a little one.' Just for him to say that and have diagnosed the coverage already, I was impressed." LT, Please hold that thought for Sunday. The little one on Defense just walked in from the steakhouse and brought with him, the little one on Offense who's had little playing time this year. LT for Quarterback (just a little)! Go Colts!  (Jan 8, 2008 | post #5)

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Colts to face a recharged San Diego

I thought that was LT in the shotgun calling the timeout to preserve the last drive. If Rivers plays Sunday with indecision the Chargers are toast! LT for Quarterback! Go Colts!.  (Jan 7, 2008 | post #21)

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Pacers, Colts, IMS, Mike Davis, Bob Kravits!

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