Another Pacers drama

February 7, 2007 at 11:22 pm 1 comment

This sucks!  The Pacers are in the news again.  Not because they’ve been having a pretty good run lately, but because some players allegedly got in trouble at a night club again.  Arthur has a post up that has links to the local news coverage.  I’d love for the Pacers to prove me wrong on what I’m going to say next.  We don’t have a team in place this year that can go very deep in the playoffs.  These kind of incidents don’t help the team image.  We aren’t in the locker room, but I am doubtful that these actions help there either.  One of the local TV stations brought up in their newscast that this doesn’t help ticket sales either.  I must admit – I am a FRUSTRATED FAN!


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  • 1. Arthur  |  February 9, 2007 at 8:46 am

    Seriously, it’s very frustrating. Especially when I’ve been a fan for so long and always loved the Pacers. Even if they didn’t do it, this kind of publicity is killing them. I hate not being able to embrace this team. At least I’m still giddy over the Colts. For now.


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