Well, the Pacers are struggling as of late, but if you are a glass-half-full kind of guy as I am, then you will see that it could be worse. The Cavaliers have now lost 9 in a row and are also trying to get back on track. The Pacers have taken care of business against Mo Williams, J.J. Hickson and the Cavs so far this season, but the Cavs are coming of a very close game against the Miami HEAT in which they fought and showed signs of breaking out of their slump.
The Pacers need this one tonight to get back on track as they face the Boston Celtics and New Orleans Hornets next. In order to come out with a win, Jim O'Brien is asking his captain, Danny Granger, to take more of a leadership role. In addition to this article, check out the rest of the links of the day....
- Game Preview
To stop a 9-game skid, Cleveland Cavaliers' Byron Scott putting the onus on the starters | cleveland.com
Cavaliers starters will continue to log big minutes as team tries to end its nine-game losing streak.
When best players struggle, team follows
Bruno takes a look at what happens when your two best players struggle....essentially, it's tough to win
Pacers look for a leader | The Indianapolis Star | IndyStar.com
Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger has to find more than just his missing shooting touch. He is being asked to provide leadership, a trait rarely on display during his five-plus NBA seasons.
The McTen: Pacers Revenge
Some more about the Lakers taking revenge on the Pacers
Pacers Crate: Jeff Foster joins the boys on the Crate
Check out this video on Jeff Foster discussing his 700 games...
Full NBA Mock Draft
Too early??....I ran across this and figured it would spark interest, but it really means absolutely nothing at this point.
Mark Cuban could be dagger to BCS, boon to playoff push
I just find this interesting....sure, he has money and ideas....so, why not Mark Cuban?
J.R. Smith dunks on Gary Neal, dunk of the year?
Watch it, it's worth it...