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GAME #33 Indiana Pacers @ Toronto Raptors - Wednesday, December 19, 2018 7:30 PM ET on TSN

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  • GAME #33 Indiana Pacers @ Toronto Raptors - Wednesday, December 19, 2018 7:30 PM ET on TSN

    Home Sweet Home




    Projected Starters

    Pacers (20-10) Raptors (23-9)
    Darren Collison Kyle Lowry
    Victor Oladipo Danny Green
    Bojan Bogdanovic Kawhi Leonard
    Thaddeus Young Pascal Siakam
    Myles Turner Serge Ibaka
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    Out for Load Management

  • #2
    To continue my point from the other thread, the schedule gets real easy now.

    The Raptors are in a dead heat with the Bucks for the easiest strength of schedule from now to the end of the season, and play 4 fewer games over that time. The Raptors are the only team in the league with only 50 games yet to play.

    Indy is the toughest team, current-record-wise, that the Raptors will play for the rest of the year, besides their games against said Bucks.

    But with home court and a rest advantage (2 days off versus the Pacers on a back to back), this game has the Raptors heavily favoured (my model pegs it at 64% chance to win). We'll see if they are mostly healthy, though.
    twitter.com/dhackett1565

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    • #3
      The daunting first game back after a western road trip. Hopefully we'll have some rested players up for it. Go Raps.

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      • #4
        Bucks, rejuvenated Sixers and Celtics all playing well and have all picked up games on the Raptors in the standings over the last 10. But also put the Pacers in there, winners of their last 7 and now tied with the Bucks for 2nd in the conference.

        And they're doing it as a true team, without an elite superstar. Oladipo is a good one, Bogdanovich is having a good year and they have a handful of guys that can rain 40% threes on you.

        This will NOT be an easy one (again), hopefully Kyle can go.

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        • #5
          DanH wrote: View Post
          To continue my point from the other thread, the schedule gets real easy now.

          The Raptors are in a dead heat with the Bucks for the easiest strength of schedule from now to the end of the season, and play 4 fewer games over that time. The Raptors are the only team in the league with only 50 games yet to play.

          Indy is the toughest team, current-record-wise, that the Raptors will play for the rest of the year,
          besides their games against said Bucks.

          But with home court and a rest advantage (2 days off versus the Pacers on a back to back), this game has the Raptors heavily favoured (my model pegs it at 64% chance to win). We'll see if they are mostly healthy, though.
          So what you're saying is, going 73-9 and winning the gold ball and being anointed the greatest in the history of balls going through hoops is still realistic
          It's Klaw Season. Time to hunt.

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          • #6
            G__Deane wrote: View Post
            Bucks, rejuvenated Sixers and Celtics all playing well and have all picked up games on the Raptors in the standings over the last 10. But also put the Pacers in there, winners of their last 7 and now tied with the Bucks for 2nd in the conference.

            And they're doing it as a true team, without an elite superstar. Oladipo is a good one, Bogdanovich is having a good year and they have a handful of guys that can rain 40% threes on you.

            This will NOT be an easy one (again), hopefully Kyle can go.
            Not at all. If we are missing any of our guys other than obviously JV there is a good chance we lose this game. Hopefully at least Kyle and Pascal will be back
            I relish negativity and disappointment. It is not healthy. Somebody buy me a pony.

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            • #7
              DanH wrote: View Post
              To continue my point from the other thread, the schedule gets real easy now.

              The Raptors are in a dead heat with the Bucks for the easiest strength of schedule from now to the end of the season, and play 4 fewer games over that time. The Raptors are the only team in the league with only 50 games yet to play.

              Indy is the toughest team, current-record-wise, that the Raptors will play for the rest of the year, besides their games against said Bucks.

              But with home court and a rest advantage (2 days off versus the Pacers on a back to back), this game has the Raptors heavily favoured (my model pegs it at 64% chance to win). We'll see if they are mostly healthy, though.
              This is good to here. Oh how I miss JV, watching Greg Monroe play (especially on defence) is painful. Hopefully he looks better against weaker teams. And I really hope we never have to see Lorenzo touch the floor every again.
              I relish negativity and disappointment. It is not healthy. Somebody buy me a pony.

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              • #8
                MixxAOR wrote: View Post
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                man needs a restraining order

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                • #9
                  GLF wrote: View Post
                  This is good to here. Oh how I miss JV, watching Greg Monroe play (especially on defence) is painful. Hopefully he looks better against weaker teams. And I really hope we never have to see Lorenzo touch the floor every again.
                  JVís soft touch around the rim makes it look so damn easy, but watching a former elite low post scorer like Monroe get blocked all the time makes you appreciate him even more.

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                  • #10
                    Hopefully the team is using this time to further gel and bring Kawhi further into a smooth integrated offense, Kyle to fully heal etc because this is a ton of time off for fans

                    Come on hump day!
                    Last edited by G__Deane; Tue Dec 18th, 2018, 08:39 AM.

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                    • #11
                      GLF wrote: View Post
                      This is good to here. Oh how I miss JV, watching Greg Monroe play (especially on defence) is painful. Hopefully he looks better against weaker teams. And I really hope we never have to see Lorenzo touch the floor every again.
                      Its funny how people wanted Monroe to get minutes over JV just a few weeks ago. This fanbase is so reactionary lol
                      Kawhi Leonard is a Toronto Raptor

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                      • #12
                        KeonClark wrote: View Post
                        So what you're saying is, going 73-9 and winning the gold ball and being anointed the greatest in the history of balls going through hoops is still realistic
                        Expected, if anything.
                        twitter.com/dhackett1565

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                        • #13
                          KeonClark wrote: View Post
                          So what you're saying is, going 73-9 and winning the gold ball and being anointed the greatest in the history of balls going through hoops is still realistic
                          DanH wrote: View Post
                          Expected, if anything.
                          Gold ball so close I think I can smell it
                          "We're playing in a building." -- Kawhi Leonard

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                          • #14
                            MixxAOR wrote: View Post
                            This reads like some teen novella

                            "Leonard smiled back wistfully, consciously not utilizing that trademark laugh. Perhaps he knew."
                            It's Klaw Season. Time to hunt.

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                            • #15
                              A.I wrote: View Post
                              Its funny how people wanted Monroe to get minutes over JV just a few weeks ago. This fanbase is so reactionary lol
                              Understatement of the year

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