May 30, 2014; Miami, FL, USA; Indiana Pacers head coach Frank Vogel during the second half in game six of the Eastern Conference Finals of the 2014 NBA Playoffs against the Miami Heat at American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Basketball Season Is Over For The Pacers: Tweets Of The Night

Everyone is liable to go Mike Tyson, Mike Jackson or Mike Jordan tonight. Game 6. Since I missed the first half, there isn’t any tweets from the first half. Barely any from the third quarter either. Hey, my effort was better than Indiana’s.



Copeland didn’t deserve to die like this.



Now I’m on the don’t resign him bandwagon.

I agree.

George’s playoff averages are going to look good. Those three point averages.

We’ll see.

Gotta give Ben a hug.


Please no. Do the Knicks even have more than five million to shell out?

There’s not much going on now. Hey, Greg.

Indiana needs to speed the pace up! They were 20th in pace during the regular season. I think George could lead a top ten offense depending on that.

Ya think. .

The NBA isn’t fixed.

Bill Russell he’s coming for ya!

That’s a final! Sorry to my fellow Pacer fans. I am on Twitter.

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  • llcoolray3000

    Having a true point guard would do wonders for the Pacers’ offense.

    • disqus_atlq8Zmtsd

      I find myself wondering how much cap space would be free if Lance walks this off season. Use it to get a roll player shooting guard that can knock down 40% on open threes and a ball handling point guard. Use George Hill as your sixth man to back up both guard positions.

      The Pacers really have to figure out how to make hybrid lineups work. Part of their problem is that while their starting 5 outplayed the Heat’s starting five for most of the series, all those lineups with 3 or 4 starters in the game favored the Heat.

      You can’t always have your best five in the game.

      • llcoolray3000

        Yeah, the “second unit” approach needs to be scrapped.