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Old 03-25-2014, 07:45 AM   #1
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Default Can Pacers beat Bulls in playoffs?

Can the pacers beat the bulls in the playoffs? Whats wrong with them they are not seem to play good lately.
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Old 03-25-2014, 01:28 PM   #2
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I don't know what their problem is. The offense they run is and has been horrible under Vogel. I don't understand because damn near everybody on the team and ****ing score. EVERYBODY. But we run this slow ass offense where Hill dribbles at the top waiting for somebody to set a pick or for somebody to run off a screen. There's just not enough movement, not enough Lance honestly. He should be the full-time ballhandler/playmaker. He's the one who attacks off the dribble and creates for others. Nobody else on the team does that. That is the biggest issue to me because the defense has been fine, we just can't score. I like when Evan is in the game because he attacks also, although he shoots alot. I don't mind that from the bench. If he were starting it would be a bigger issue.

As far as Chicago goes, I still feel we should win in 6 games. But Chicago can beat Indiana also. I feel like as bad as our offense is, their's is worse so......
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