Pacers win Game 1 in NY

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    Pacers win Game 1 in NY

    Short & Sweet analysis reason why.....

    Rebounds 44 to 30 so +14 second chances.

    We need a big man or 2 if KG leaves in 2014, Rondo back, get Redick for a scorer and KG & PP at salaries under $5 mil each to finish their careers in Boston. Keep Green, Sully, Bradley & Melo( see if he develops) & unload the rest for whatever !!!

     
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    Impressive win by the Pacers today.  I still think that the Knicks will win this series but it is probably going to be a very close series and either team could win. 

     
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    Re: Pacers win Game 1 in NY

    In response to Kirk6's comment:

    In response to susan250's comment:

     

    Impressive win by the Pacers today.  I still think that the Knicks will win this series but it is probably going to be a very close series and either team could win. 

     

     

    I have to agree. The Nicks are not that good. It took them 6 games to finish off our beloved Cs, so what does that say about NY? And Boston had halftime leads in the first 2 if I remember correctly. The Pacers should win.

     

    The Knicks aren't that good.

    Pacers win 4-2.




     
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    The Pacers won because they go for offensive rebounds.

    Is their coach smarter than ours?

    Yes.



    The Heat and the Spurs don't go for offensive rebounds either. Are their coaches dumb either?

     
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    Busted?

    You should visit an eye specialist soon!

    The Spurs had 8.1 offensive rebounds / game this year, just like the Cs. The Heat have a freaking 8.2. These teams are the 3 worst teams in the league in that category. OKC is 25th by the way!

    Source:

    http://espn.go.com/nba/statistics/team/_/stat/rebounds-per-game/sort/avgOffensiveRebounds/seasontype/2

     

     
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    Celtics deserve all the credit for the sweep INDy is about to complete. We just destroyed NYK momentum and confidence. Melo & Smith were exposed as soft. Martin, a joke. This team will crumble. The final straw? STAT will come back and everything will fall apart.

     
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    Come on Kirk! Men up! I posted the numbers with a link! Everyone can read it. 2012/2013 the worst offensive rebound teams are: OKC 25th,..., Miami 28th, and Spurs and Cs tied for 29th (and last). There is no correlation between offensive rebouning and succes in this league.  

    And about shooting a high percentage: Spurs are 29th in offensive rebounding % with .205. You owe Doc and me an appology^^

     
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    Re: Pacers win Game 1 in NY

    Kirk,

    didn't you ever heard sth about statistics. There is a sample size of 82 games which proof that:

    1) Spurst are the worst offensive rebounding team together with the celtics.

    2) 3 of the best teams in the league are in the worst 5 in offensive rebounding.

        --> There is no (positive) correlation between offensive rebouding and winning in this league.

    3) I don't need to look at ONE game when I have a sample size of 82 games, and on top your freaking 10 rebounds against LA would be (as and average over the season) good for the 26th (!) best rebounding team in the league. WOW, really impressive numbers.

    You are prooven wrong, actually you have prooven completely wrong several times on the same topic and still accused my being a liar. I would say: You should men up and appologize to Doc and me^^

    Wanna have some more LINKS:

    "Geltzeiler: Who needs Offensive Rebounds (Not Celtics and Spurs): The Spurs put a premium on transition defense, and they’re willing to sacrifice offensive rebounding to do it."

    http://www.sheridanhoops.com/2013/03/12/geltzeiler-who-needs-offensive-rebounds-not-celtics-and-spurs/

    "Does Offensive Rebounding Really Matter?: The Heat, Spurs, and Thunder, arguably the three best teams in the league, all lie in the bottom third in offensive rebounding."

    http://thesportsquotient.com/nba/2013/04/01/does-offensive-rebounding-really-matter/

     

     

     

     

     

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