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Re: NBA Off-season thread 

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Post#162 » by Pacersike » Wed Sep 11, 2019 10:41 pm

Turner and Sabonis with good but unimpressive world cups.

Domas looking sharp and Myles looking confident.

Countdown till training camp :)
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Re: NBA Off-season thread 

Post#163 » by Tom White » Thu Sep 12, 2019 4:24 pm

Pacersike wrote:Turner and Sabonis with good but unimpressive world cups.

Domas looking sharp and Myles looking confident.

Countdown till training camp :)


The World Cup team seemed to be doomed from the get-go. It was like almost none of the "stars" wanted to be a part of it. It is understandable to a degree, what with the season being so long, and then you include the playoffs. That, and I'm sure most players consider the Olympics to be much more important than the Cup.
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Re: NBA Off-season thread 

Post#164 » by Pacersike » Fri Sep 13, 2019 12:25 am

Tom White wrote:
Pacersike wrote:Turner and Sabonis with good but unimpressive world cups.

Domas looking sharp and Myles looking confident.

Countdown till training camp :)


The World Cup team seemed to be doomed from the get-go. It was like almost none of the "stars" wanted to be a part of it. It is understandable to a degree, what with the season being so long, and then you include the playoffs. That, and I'm sure most players consider the Olympics to be much more important than the Cup.

Ya, it doesn't help the final games are so close to training camps and perhaps the place of it seems less inviting than other places...

Tokyo will likely host a much better team and if Turner can be a part of that team, that would be awesome.
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Re: NBA Off-season thread 

Post#165 » by Pacers_Freak » Wed Sep 18, 2019 3:47 pm

Pacersike wrote:
Tom White wrote:
Pacersike wrote:Turner and Sabonis with good but unimpressive world cups.

Domas looking sharp and Myles looking confident.

Countdown till training camp :)


The World Cup team seemed to be doomed from the get-go. It was like almost none of the "stars" wanted to be a part of it. It is understandable to a degree, what with the season being so long, and then you include the playoffs. That, and I'm sure most players consider the Olympics to be much more important than the Cup.

Ya, it doesn't help the final games are so close to training camps and perhaps the place of it seems less inviting than other places...

Tokyo will likely host a much better team and if Turner can be a part of that team, that would be awesome.


Hey Ike. Hope you are well buddy! Long time no Pacers talk!
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Re: NBA Off-season thread 

Post#166 » by Pacersike » Fri Sep 20, 2019 10:11 pm

Pacers_Freak wrote:Hey Ike. Hope you are well buddy! Long time no Pacers talk!

Hey Freak, doing well, thanks. Been working on my communication and left hand typing skills this offseason :)

Hope you had a great summer and I'm looking forward towards fun Pacers conversations again.

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