Feb. 19, 2012; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Charlotte Bobcats small forward Corey Maggette (50) shoots the ball against Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert (55) at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Mandatory credit: Michael Hickey-US PRESSWIRE

Bobcats lose badly at Indiana

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Bad, bad loss here.  I mean, it was 40+ throughout most of the third and fourth quarter.  Early on it was 2-18 or something ridiculous.  I’d look it up but I don’t want to see it.

All you need to know about this game from a Bobcats perspective is, it was a complete and total loss.  Nothing redeeming about this game whatsoever.  Player of the game on tv was Kemba Walker with 15 points and that’s because he would hit threes in transition for no real reason when it was absolutely useless.

The Pacers didn’t dismantle the Bobcats or dominate or anything that made them seem all that much better.  The Bobcats have a horrible habit of letting other teams do whatever they want.  Defensively, they stop the ball, break up passes or make players go against their instinctive side or whatever the Bobcats normally try to do.  Nothing works for the Bobcats but everything works for the other team.  Offensively, the Pacers for example were able to go to Hibbert whenever and however they wanted and Danny Granger and David West were able to hit their shots mostly uncontested.

It’s horrible, hard to watch and extremely frustrating.  I had a post about how the win worked against Toronto but this horrible game has made me want to dump that one.  Everyone around this team has to be concerned for their job.  No matter how great your future may look, being part of a run this bad and a loss in particular, this devastating, you have to be on the chopping block.

Well,  see you on Wednesday against this same Pacers team!  Whooo hooo!

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