Okay, the Pacers badly need this win. They’re on a four-game losing-streak. It’s not looking good so far. So Pacers, cmon guys, get the f*** outta here with that bull****.
Indiana has a 52 percent chance of winning this game. They’re the favorites as the Clippers are the underdogs. Last time they faced them, they got an 86-73 win.
Right now, I am extremely disappointed in Brandon Rush. Just bench the kid for the whole year, he hasn’t been productive at all. I bet the sophomore slump has gotten to him.
But I think the Pacers can get a win here. I really do think so. When they got that 86-73 win, they snapped a four-game losing streak. Maybe Indy can snap another losing streak.
And here’s what I noticed. The Pacers either keep going on very long winning streaks, or very long losing streaks. It’s very weird, and if we keep this up, we won’t even reach 20 wins probably.
Heck, we have less wins than the team we’re facing. We have less wins than the Memphis Grizzlies and the Sacramento Kings. Do you realize how sad that is? It’s horrible as a Pacers fan.
Also, in the Jazz game, they were losing 22-3 during one part in the first quarter. If they do this tonight, it’s another loss. Glad this isn’t a 16-game schedule like the NFL does, because Indy won’t make the playoffs with a 6-11 record.
“Our guys played with a tremendous amount of force when they got down,” coach Jim O’Brien said. “They competed and they put themselves in position to win, but we missed way too many foul shots.”
They had a lot of chances winning that Jazz game, but they failed. It’s time to change now. Go and listen to some Obama speeches, guys.