Found April 04, 2012 on Pacers Pulse:
This is what happened today.When I switched on the TV, the Pacers were up by a point in the second half against the New York Knicks, a team they recently lost to twice in back to back games. Granted, this time the Knicks were without Jeremy Lin and Amare Stoudemire, but Carmelo Anthony had been playing well and the Knicks' confidence was high.Of course, the Pacers soon started playing like crap, and before long they were down by 8 points heading into half-time. I expected them to come out firing in the second half, but instead it was the Knicks that came out with more energy, quickly running the lead up to 15 points.I turned the TV off in frustration, certain that the Pacers were heading for yet another loss.Eventually, I couldn't help it and snuck a peek, and what do you know? The Pacers came back and won the game.I don't care how they did it, but once again it shows when the Pacers play like crap, they really are crap. But when they're good, they're act...
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