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What They’re Saying: March 29

What They’re Saying: March 29

Sports Illustrated: “The Indiana Pacers say Danny Granger will have left knee surgery and miss the rest of the season, leaving them without one of their best offensive players for the postseason.” Read More

Hang Time Blog: ”Granger’s next stop is the OR. But the Pacers’ is the postseason. As disappointing as the news is for Granger and his teammates, Indiana has reached this point — a dogfight with the New York Knicks for the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference — without the him for all but five mostly ineffective games all season.” Read More

Indianapolis Star: ”It was a proper opportunity for a letdown. Not that the Indiana Pacers had been playing with the mindset that Danny Granger would return to the lineup this season. But the official word of his season ending —coming hours before their tipoff against the Dallas Mavericks — could have played mind games with them.” Read More

Fort Worth Star-Telegram: “The Indiana Pacers did everything but bring billy clubs and baseball bats to the AAC as they seriously swung for the fences and beat up the Mavs before getting out of town Thursday night with a lopsided 103-78 victory.” Read more

ESPN Dallas: ”The Indiana Pacers heard all the buzz about .500 beards and Omar the barber. They made sure Omar’s clippers didn’t do any buzzing in the Dallas Mavericks’ locker room Thursday night.” Read More

Dallas Morning News: ”Blame beard talk. Blame pitiful rebounding. Blame whatever you want. As Dirk Nowitzki said, the Indiana Pacers simply kicked the Mavericks’ tails in every facet of the game in rolling to a 103-78 trouncing.” Read More

Fox Sports Southwest: “The scissors were sharp. But the effort was dull, as the Mavs on Thursday failed to take advantage of an opportunity to climb to .500 — and to shave those scraggly beards — by losing the Pacers, 103-78.” Read More

Associated Press: ”The Central Division-leading Pacers won their fourth straight and have a half-game lead for the second-best record in the Eastern Conference.” Read More

Indy Cornrows: “Really, can’t say enough about the back-to-back efforts by the Pacers to bury the road demons and make a statement heading into April.” Read More

8 Points, 9 Seconds: “It is tough to win on the road, especially on an extended away outside the friendly confines of the city in which you live. But right now, this trip could be the best thing to happen to the Pacers.” Read More

Grantland: “From how they play to how they build their team, the Indiana Pacers, like House Greyjoy, pay the iron price.” Read More

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