Pacers’ Wins Add Up To a Big Loss

March 23rd, 2010 by Chad Smith Leave a reply »
The question for the past six or seven years has been: How do you fix the Pacers' problems? The answer may be more clear today than it ever has before.

With the Pacers completing the season sweep of the Detroit Pistons tonight in Michigan, they have now won four out of their last five games—the only loss being a five-point nailbiter to the LeBron Cavaliers.

Before these last five games, the Pacers had positioned themselves for a great opportunity this summer as a major player in the John Wall/Evan Turner sweepstakes. Now that the Pacers' season has already been thrown out the window, they decide to start winning.

As they continue to add victories to the win column late in the season, they prove they are still capable of doing what they do best—digging the hole deeper for this franchise.

If the Pacers don't land a top pick in this year's upcoming NBA Draft, they will once again wind up with a worthless draft pick and/or trade to ruin their chances for improvement next season.

Basically, it's Wall, Turner, or bust. After those guys, there are a few good big guys waiting, but the Pacers don't need those guys. The ...

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