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IC Cold Links: Pacers Result Not A Total Loss Against Magic

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I missed this game almost entirely, save for a handful of mobile updates I was able to sneak in through travel and family commitments last night. Knowing the game was close throughout, I assumed the Pacers put forth one of their better efforts of the season.

So I was shocked when I was finally able to check a box score and then read the game reports. The Pacers shot below 40% from the field and less than 20% from behind the arc, yet they still led the game with less than a minute to play?

That sounds like crazy talk and indicates the Pacers found alternate ways to succeed last night, even if the end result didn't show it.

After the jump, a few links of interest from the loss last night.

Box score

PACERS: Game Rewind: Magic 90, Pacers 86
Bruno has all of the quotes, notes, numbers and highlights.

Dismal shooting dooms Pacers; Orlando wins 90-86
Mike Wells reports on the Pacers losing a close one to the Magic despite a poor shooting night.

Orlando Magic 90, Indiana Pacers 86 - Orlando Pinstriped Post
Evan Dunlap recaps the action from an Orlando perspective.

Mr. Clutch: Say hello to my li’l friend
Brian Schmitz comments on Jameer Nelson coming up big for the Magic.

Pacers hold out point guard Collison 1 more game
Mike Wells notes the decision on Collison, praise for Hibbert and tracking hustle plays.

Hoopdata Advanced Box Score - Orlando Magic vs Indiana Pacers 11/20/2010

The Point Forward " Posts East’s top contenders for final playoff spots

Source: New Orleans Hornets agree in principle to trading Peja Stojakovic to Toronto Raptors in five-player deal - ESPN

Hornets acquire Jarrett Jack in a five-player deal - Ball Don't Lie
KD breaks down J. Jack's lastest move which has to make him pretty happy.