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    Quote Originally Posted by bloatedmaniac View Post
    Young with a 3....Salmons needed to step up faster. He stopped and looked at him
    WHO IS YOUNG? I only know Thaddeus Young and Nick Young.













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    West makes a tough turnaround.













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    Pacers goaltend.













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    Pacers miss, then bail out Thornton on a foul.













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    Ok, it's Sam Young. I didn't know he wasn't on Memphis anymore.













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    WoW....Kings foul before the inbound. Great way to foul Thornton. At least they got away with them calling it after the inbound play...which never happened.






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    Kings let another game slip away with too much 1 on 1 play, bad rebounding, silly turnovers, and letting the other team sit on the 3 point line.






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    Quote Originally Posted by bloatedmaniac View Post
    Kings let another game slip away with too much 1 on 1 play, bad rebounding, silly turnovers, and letting the other team sit on the 3 point line.
    It was still a pretty good game. I actually though they'd win. Haven't been able to say that too often.













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    22-25 from the free throw line was the biggest win tonight.






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    George Hill had 25 points, 4 3's, and 8 assists, and 0 turnovers. Those are MVP numbers.













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    Quote Originally Posted by bloatedmaniac View Post
    WoW....Kings foul before the inbound. Great way to foul Thornton. At least they got away with them calling it after the inbound play...which never happened.
    if you watch the replay you will see that the guy throwing the ball in was standing inbounds before the foul
    should have been Kings ball













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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Harry View Post
    if you watch the replay you will see that the guy throwing the ball in was standing inbounds before the foul
    should have been Kings ball
    Are you going to post during the game tomorrow?













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    maybe...I only watched the last half quarter tonight













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    West just totally owned. He's a nightmare matchup for The Kings.Very physical and basically unguardable last night. It didn't matter who was on him. Thompson, Hayes, or Robinson. The offense became very stagnant when both Thornton and Brooks are on the floor at the same time. The Kings came out and played flat from the the start. Maybe they were thinking ahead to the Clips tonite. if Reke is out tonite it will be more of the same, only worse. Thomas looks like trade bait now. Considering, he can't even get on the floor.






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    They really didn't let the game slip away. The Pacers led every single quarter in the game.The Kings had 59-54 lead in the third. The pacers would then go on a 16-5 run. From there the Pacers controlled the game. Yes, the Kings made a few runs, especially when West was out the first 5 minutes of the forth. After that, he came back in and continued to own the Kings, Like he has all game.






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