Losing is always frustrating, and losing to the Hornets in Charlotte on the surface is not unexpected, but the way the Pacers lost is where the problem lies.
Paul George complained after the game about the team being “lifeless” which goes past perplexing this early in the season. A day later, Paul George sounded more like a team leader, putting the onus on the players to bring the energy and execute the plans laid out for each game.
The players can follow PG’s lead on Wednesday when they face the short-handed Philadelphia 76ers who will be without Joel Embiid.
Also, beating the Bulls was certainly the highlight of the early season. But among the highlights from that game was Bobby Portis missing a free throw late in the game. BISCUITS!