By Josh Dhani - Dec 20th, 2009 at 12:11 am
To make a long story short, just check out the tweets from @JoshDhani and the live blog. And this tweet sums it up all:
It's true you know
Pacers fall to 9-16.
Topics: Indiana Pacers, Mike Dunleavy, NBA, San Antonio Spurs, T.J. Ford, Twitter
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Contributor for 8 Points 9 Seconds here at FanSided. I own the website FootBasket.com, which covers various sports topics. Follow me on Twitter, @JoshDhani.
I tried six times over the last few days to access your website. Are there problems with your site hosting? Or is it my computer?
I have no idea. Ask the guy at [email protected]. Thanks for telling me this
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Thanks for writing this, I found it helpful. I lived in Memphis and still have a lot warm memories of the area. I am working on a vacation back there this summer. Has Memphis changed much from the early 80′s? I am really looking forward to seeing Graceland again.
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