I Agree With Granger, The Pacers Are Headed in the Right Direction

April 25th, 2010 by Josh Dhani Leave a reply »
The Pacers finished this NBA season with a record of 32-50.

Though they did not make the playoffs for the fourth straight season, the Pacers had a good run at the end of the season; winning more than 90 percent of their last 12 games.

Indiana retained Jim O'Brien, who hasn't brought a single winning season to the franchise. But Larry Bird is giving him a last chance.

If O'Brien fails to reach the postseason, the Pacers will indeed fire him.

So O'Brien is looking to come up with new plans and schemes, fixing up the lineup, and just changing a lot to do everything to make Indiana succeed.

I think he can accomplish this task. And after seeing that wonderful run for the end of the season, I just thought Indy was heading for the right future.

And like Danny Granger said just a week ago, the Pacers are heading towards the right direction.

They have to be.

There was a possible chance at the start of this 2009-10 NBA season that the Pacers were one of the favorites for the eighth seed.

It never happened. A lot of things hurt them, mostly the injuries.

That is what brough ...

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