Brawlin' Pacers back at it

Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by mercury, Oct 6, 2006.

  1. max

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    Yes thats very true. People forget that O'Neal missed a lot of games and Tinsly most of the season. Plus they did get Harrington back who will be a better fit for them than whats his face.

    They don't really need Jax if Sarunas can step up. Definetly want to watch out for the Pacers this season ( if they can stay healthy ).
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    And out of prison.

    But kidding aside, I've always been leery of the Pacers. They always battle the Pistons hard. They won't be pushovers thats for sure.
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    I agree with everyone who says be wary of the Pacers. As a matter of fact, they will be a top seed in the east, along with Detroit, Miami and Cleveland.

    With Chicago, the beloved NJ Nets, The Wiz, and Orlando rounding out the bottom eight, perhaps not in that order.

    Im ready..........
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    When has Tinsely and O'Neal ever stayed healthy? These guy's are fragile. The only thing you can count is that Tinsley will injure a foot or elbow and sit out 50 games and O'Neal will develop some chronic pain somewhere on his body and play through the pain for a month or so before giving in to the pain and missing 20 or more games.
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    Woman's Bra Blocks Celebratory Bullet - Local News

    Funny story about a falling bullet this new year's eve.

    I guess her bra is tougher than your car Linwood.
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    LOL! The first thing that came to mind was the Junior H.S. phrase: tough tits.
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    Lol. What Junior High did you go to?
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    Ha ha ha :cheerleader: hitem again harder. lol
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    Jermaine is making some malcontent-type noises:

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    Yeah, but it's refreshing to see him speak of "this team" instead of "my team." Think maybe someone put a thought in his head?
    Now if he could learn the "our team" phrase, it could work?

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