With the Pacers winning a close game (REALLY!) in-between experiencing both ends of the lopsided spectrum against Memphis and Portland, Mark and Caitlin reconvened for a fresh episode of “Start, Sub, Sit” to evaluate where the team stands with 10 games left to play.
Recapping the week in Pacers, the idea is to create a basketball-themed version of love it, like it, or leave it via specific moments or trends from a specific set of games, whether on court or off. In essence, Start means “more please,” Sub is “cautiously optimistic or on the fence,” and Sit is “enough already.”
- Tyrese Haliburton being aggressive against aggressive defense
- The ever-changing approach to pick-and-roll coverages
- T.J. Warren’s status being shrouded in mystery for much of the season
- Jalen Smith’s continued production
- Justin Anderson’s addition and play
- Oshae Brissett’s at-rim finishing
Enjoy the pod before the Pacers return to action for a game with zero subplots against the Sacramento Kings. Also, if you haven’t already, please be sure to Rate and Review the Indy Cornrows Podcast on Apple Podcasts and subscribe anywhere else you can listen!