Pacers trade – I’m stunned

January 17, 2007 at 6:33 pm 1 comment

I’m stunned!  I logged on to check my mail today and found an email from a friend about this blockbuster trade the Pacers were involved in.  I hate to see Al and Sarunas leave.  I know of another Indy blogger that will be real unhappy about Stephen Jackson being gone.  I’m still trying to sort out my feelings on this.  I’m afraid we gave more away than we got back.  I feel like Data from Star Trek – “Processing!”

I’ll post more later – when I’ve made some sense of this and read more.  Uggh!


Entry filed under: Indianapolis, nba, Sports.

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  • 1. Shane M. White  |  January 19, 2007 at 9:32 pm

    HEY! I just wanted to stop by and thank you for linking to my blog. You’ve driven some traffic there via your post, and I thank you for that.

    I too am INSANELY UPSET about this trade. I have a Harrington, Jackson, and Jasikevicius jersey – not to mention a Fred Jones – now I have NOTHING to wear to a game this year. I NEVER expected all three of those guys to be gone, let alone in ONE DEAL. We got shafted. We didn’t even pull in a good player like Baron Davis, Monta Ellis, or Andris Biedrins! I’m seriously going to be rooting for Golden State in west. But, I’ll still stay loyal to my home boys in blue and gold. Let’s just hope it works out as well as Bird claims…


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