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Game 65: Pacers/Bucks

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Josh McRoberts in his day.

2009/2010 NBA Season


21-44 (7-28 away)
35-29 (22-9 home)
March 13, 2010
Bradley Center
12:00 PM
Radio: WTMJ AM 620 TV: No Local
Probable starters:
Earl Watson
PG Brandon Jennings
Brandon Rush
SG Charlie Bell
Danny Granger
SF Carlos Delfino
Troy Murphy
PF Luc Mbah a Moute
Roy Hibbert
C Andrew Bogut

(28th) 101.9 - OFFENSE - 104.4 (24th)
(17th) 107.2 - DEFENSE - 102.6 (3rd)
(2nd) 97.7 - PACE - 92.5 (17th)


Indy CornrowsIndy StarEight Points, Nine Seconds

The Pacers are terrible on the road (7-28), the Bucks are excellent at home (22-9), the Pacers are awful on offense (28th in efficiency), and the Bucks are quite fascinating defensively (3rd in efficiency. So, something nothing has to give. I don't think the Bucks have been quite good enough for quite long enough to take games for granted, and Scott Skiles will remind them in case they aren't sure.

Drawing it up for 'Drew.
Milwaukee is already 3-0 against Indiana this season, but it's not like they have dominated things. Wins by counts of 84-81 on 31 and 18 from Bogut, 93-81 on 21 and 8 from Bogut, and 112-110 on 15 and 10 from Bogut. Indeed, the Aussie has led Three Bucks in each of the first three matchups so far, easily having his way with Indiana's frontcourt.

On line at the line.
The Bucks are shooting 87-104 (.837) at the free throw line in March. Andrew Bogut is 24-29 (.828) this month. Incredible.