The Indiana Pacers take down the Boston Celtics last night. Roy Hibbert looked to take advantage of the smaller lineup the Celtics used due to the foul trouble of Kevin Garnett and Nenad Krstic. He looked confident and willing to take the ball up strong for the most part (except for that fade away jump shot in the 4th...against a guy about 5 or 6 inches shorter than him). Darren Collison looked great in the 4th quarter. His killer mentality at the end of the game is sorely needed, but on a consistent basis. Hopefully this game will get him and backup, A.J. Price back on track.
This Pacers team is perplexing and I am not trying to figure them out anymore. I am just hoping they pull out enough W's to get into the playoffs. Once in the playoffs, maybe they will play like they have recently against the better teams?? If they play up to their opponent's potential, maybe they will make things a little interesting in the first round. Honestly, we can't really know with the inconsistency of this team. Nonetheless, playoffs are a must and will be very beneficial to this team...
After the jump, check out the links of the day...
Pacers respond with big win against Celtics | The Indianapolis Star | indystar.com
Roy Hibbert carried the Indiana Pacers early. A.J. Price picked up the slack in the middle. Darren Collison brought them home at the end.
The confusion continues with Pacers | Pacers Insider blog | The Indianapolis Star | indystar.com
Mike Wells says what we are all thinking..."what the..."
Vogel happy for Stevens | The Indianapolis Star | indystar.com
Coach Vogel sends his congrats to new friend Brad Stevens
Pacers survive C's rally, hold on to eighth in East - NBA - CBSSports.com
Roy Hibbert scored 26 points as the Indiana Pacers beat the Boston Celtics 107-100 on Monday night and remained in sole possession of eighth place in the Eastern Conference playoff race.
Don’t blame ‘The Trade’ - BostonHerald.com
Boston newspaper takes a look at what is wrong with these Celtics of late...
Jermaine O’Neal near return - The Boston Globe
JO has a way of convincing others he is healthy....We all know now though to take what he says with a grain of salt...