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COULD DANNY BE THE PACERS PROBLEM?

 

I realize that one game isn’t enough to know for sure but I am just saying could Danny be the cancer on this team. I am asking the question because of how the Pacers played Sunday in New York without him on the floor. Now it seemed to me that Hansbrough, Jones, and Collison all not only played well together but they had more energy, emotion and desire to win. Hansbrough had his career highest point game; Jones defense in the second half on Anthony was fanatic, and Collison had one of his best assist nights since becoming a Pacers alone with a very unusable good defensive game holding Mr. Big Shot to 4 of 14 from the field.

Now like a said it’s just one game out of 82 but I am just saying is it possible? That’s my question folks. What do you think.



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