Pacers-Bucks Preview: If They Can Contend Against the Spurs, Hell, Why Not the Bucks?


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Well, that Spurs game wasn’t all that bad. I mean, look, it just proves the Indiana Pacers can win games: no matter what the opponent. I mean, after witnessing the loss to the Grizzlies, facing the Spurs looked to be a whole lot worse. But it didn’t. The Pacers actually led by more than ten!

In the third quarter, Indiana took control with leads in the range of 8-10 points. But then, with the fourth quarter starting at 89-83 after two magical plays by San Antonio to end the third, things started to change. And it all ended there.

But look, the Pacers could’ve beaten one of the best teams in the NBA without Danny Granger. And you do realize if Granger were to be in this freaking matchup, the Pacers would’ve won. Roy Hibbert played well, but the last play by San Antonio ended it.

Now, as you see the stats chart, you think the Bucks would dominate. Hell no. I see a win here people. A win! This is a win. It has to be. No guarantees, but I see it. After seeing what the blue and gold did against the boys from Texas, things look to change.

And they could’ve won that game. T.J. Ford could’ve made that jumper if he didn’t had to get so hurried up. He shot it with like two seconds left! Don’t hurry too much my man.

But Ford was good that game, and I see him doing better this game. This looks to be good. And the Pacers, they don’t deserve to be last in the NBA Central. I see them better than the Bulls and, yeah, I am gonna say it: better than the Pistons.

So there you go folks, there’s a win here. I see it. Come on, agreement here? It’s so simple.

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