Clipper Ships Set Defensive Record Tonight

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  1. buddahfan

    buddahfan Retired from Forum

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    Gave up only 64 points vs the Pacers, which set a franchise best for fewest points allowed in a game.

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    LA Dre All-Star 1x Fantasy Champion Forum Donor

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    I watched this game and the Pacers had only 46 points with 4 minutes left in the game as they just continued to throw up bricks from both field and the free throw line and continued to turned the ball over to the point-guardless Clippers.

    The NBA record for fewest points is 49 set by da bulls in 1999 vs the Heat. I was rooting for a new record, but then Dunleavy thru in the scrubs once the lead got to 35 and the Pacers scrubs began to score and pumped in 18 points in less than 3.5 minutes to make the loss look more respectable.
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    There's a fine line between Pacers "scrubs" and "starters" these days.
    That team has quit on Carlisle and I find it unacceptable that Bird said an NBA coach has about a 3 year span and yet they gave him an extension this summer.
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    buddahfan Retired from Forum

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    Yea I saw the game too.

    Had to love that one on one play when Michael D. crashed into his dad on the sidelines. I never saw papa Dunleavy smile so widely in my life.

    I was wondering if papa Dunleavy would have caught O'Neal or would he have let him crash into the table and chairs?

    P.S. I never knew that the Candi man had changed his name.

    P.P.S. How about that play when Tinsley dribbled between Kaman's legs. I don't think I have ever seen that one except at a Globetrotter game. Heck, I don't think Magic or Zeke ever did that in a regular season game, at least not one that I can remember.

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    he did?

    remember in the playoffs when we had a 30-4 run against the pacers, their only 4 points coming off of free throws on non-fouls that were called? sounds like that organization is doomed for low scoring records :O
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    64 points....someone tell me again "Why is Rick carlisle a head coach and Terry Porter is not?"
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    Doesn't matter...it's called player power. Being a GM and coach has its advantageous.
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    Could this be the first sign of the Clippering/Knicking/ Raptoring/stinking to high heaven of the Pacers? Ohhhh, I so hope they start to wallow in their own Indy Colt waste/second team filth.

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