Pacers Pride? Indiana Falls to Raptors, Extends Losing Streak to Six

March 11th, 2011 by Chad Smith Leave a reply »
It looks like the Pacers are bringing out the white towel; the question is who is going to wave it?

On Friday night the Pacers fell to the Toronto Raptors, 108-98 in Canada. Despite Danny Granger's 25 points, and Tyler Hansbrough's 20, the team could not stop one of the worst teams in the league. They were also kicked around by the Minnesota Timberwolves before this game. What does that say about this team now?

Where to begin with this one?

The Raptors had five players score in double figures tonight, including a career-high from Leandro Barbosa, who finished with 29 off the bench. Although three Pacers players had seven rebounds, they didn't do a good enough job collectively. They were out-rebounded by twelve, and Toronto was able to shoot over 53 percent from the floor for the game.

Darren Collison and Paul George both started tonight's game and played fairly well, just didn't have the same numbers as Granger and Hansbrough. Collison had 13 points and seven assists with just one turnover, while George had ten points and seven rebounds for Indiana.

Roy Hibbert continues to struggle. After going scoreless the last game aga ...

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