Pacers Not Playing Own Style of Basketball?
Listen up, Indiana Pacers.
As good as you might think you are, you’re not a team that can just decide to head to the sideline, reach under coach Frank Vogel’s seat, hit a switch and suddenly turn it on.
The past week has proved that it’s time to burst that imaginary bubble you’ve been in lately.
The Brooklyn Nets blew a 24-point lead but held on to beat the Pacers 117-109 in front of a sellout crowd at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Friday night.
“We have to turn around our approach in starting games off,” Pacers swingman Paul George said. “We have to make teams uncomfortable. That’s our style of basketball and we’re not doing it.”