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2009-10 Indiana Pacers replay w/SOM Basketball, basic cards and dice.
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I am a fan of Strat hoops as well as Strat baseball, and I created a basketball player named Philip Fitzpatrick, a forward for the Indiana Pacers, who will help his team greatly. My friend Seajaw did a great write-up at the SOM Gamers Paradise forum, and I'd like to post it here:

 
 
 
 
Born and raised a devout Catholic, Phillip Fitzpatrick didn't take long to find his true calling.

An early growth spurt pushed the freckle-faced youth to a surprising six feet by the time he was 12. Awkward at first, he suffered through a tough developmental phase, before finally becoming accustomed to the attention his size gained him. He slowly added weight to his height and became a force on the schoolyard basketball court, although his sometimes-bruising style of play got him into a few scrapes.

"You might say I did my time in the confessional," he admits.

In high school, he developed a solid interior game, his limited leaping ability actually forcing him to improve his footwork and positioning. He also became adept at rotating the ball out of double teams, to the spot-up jump shooters dotting the perimeter.

"Fitzie," as he was commonly called, became a crowd favorite through his work ethic. He willingness to help other players is an extension of his natural openness, which blossomed as his confidence grew.

"I always just liked to help people," he said in a recent interview. "It's the way I was brought up."

Drafted in the first round by the Indiana Pacers, Fitzpatrick has been a quick study, according to the coaching staff. He is frequently among the last to leave after team practices.

"We project him to be a 15-10 player, and a solid presence underneath the basket. His quickness is not A-Grade, but his all-around savvy and positioning are excellent for a young player. He's picking up on things real quick."

While he searches for a more permanent residence, Phillip is sharing a small apartment with his wife, Erin, and their toddler triplets, Liam, Ireland and Finlay.

"We wanted a family, but we didn't know just how quick we'd have a full house," he said with a laugh, surprised at how fast his life is changing.

"There are so many things going on right now, I'd like to keep things as simple as possible," he says. "A house is a big deal, and we want to find just the right place. We only just got a larger car, because of the triplets. I was never big on stuff like that. My old Civic was always good enough for me.

"You know, my Dad worked at several jobs over the years. We never had a lot of 'stuff.' We always had food on the table, and new clothes when we needed them.


"But my brothers and I were taught the value of a dollar. I know that sounds corny, but that's just the way we were raised."
 
Philip can be the perfect sixth man for the Pacers, who have All-Star talent in Roy Hibbert and Danny Granger, but Indiana will miss the playoffs, in my opinion.
 
I hope you can enjoy my replay, it's just as fun as my Strat-O-Matic baseball replays!


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I am doing the 2009-10 Indiana Pacers replay, because the Pacers are my other favorite team in the NBA. They had Danny Granger, who averaged a career best 24 PPG in just 62 games, while Troy Murphy registered a double-double with 14.6 PPG and 10.2 RPG. Their top assists leader was Earl Watson, who averaged 5.1 APG and Roy Hibbert averaged 1.6 blocks per game. However, for Head Coach Jim O'Brien, injuries did them in, as only one player (Brandon Rush) played all 82 games, and their record was a dismal 32-50 mark, which caused a lot of dismay in Indiana.

One of the rookies on the Pacers is Philip Fitzpatrick, who comes out of Notre Dame, a 6-11 power forward, who has a rebound rating of 3/11 for a left forward, and is a good shooter for a forward. He will be backing up fellow Domer Troy Murphy at left forward, Philip will be earning 18 minutes of play as a reserve.

The season just begun on October 28th, with the Pacers defeating the Hawks, 92-89.

Danny Granger got off to a good start with a game-high 35 points, one of six Indiana players in double figures. The Pacers came back from a 11-point lead to take the victory, holding the Hawks to just 12 4th quarter points. The Pacers won the game despite being outrebounded by Atlanta 43-42, led by 13 rebounds each from Josh Smith and Al Horford. Philip Fitzpatrick had a great NBA debut, with 10 points and 9 rebounds on 5-of-6 shooting.

PACERS NOTABLES
Granger 35 pts, 6 rebs, 3 stls
Hibbert 11 pts, 4 rebs
Watson 11 pts, 5 rebs, 3 asts, 3 stls
Murphy 10 pts, 6 rebs
Ford 12 pts, 3 rebs, 2 asts, 2 stls
Fitzpatrick 10 pts, 9 rebs, 2 asts

HAWKS LEADERS
points: Joe Johnson, 22
rebounds: Josh Smith and Al Horford, 13
assists: Joe Johnson and Mike Bibby, 7

October 30th at Conseco Fieldhouse: Indiana 105, Miami 82
Danny Granger had another stunning performance as he had 35 points and 8 rebounds he kept in pace with Dwyane Wade (32 points, 6 rebounds, 6 assists) in Indiana's blowout win over Miami. The Pacers held the Heat to under 20 points for three of the four quarters, and they held them to under 42%.
HEAT LEADERS
points: Wade 32, Haslem 10, O'Neal 10
rebounds: O'Neal 9, Wade 6, Haslem 5
assists: Wade 6, Chalmers 3, 5 players with 1

PACERS LEADERS
points: Granger 35, Murphy 13, Fitzpatrick 12
rebounds: Murphy 9, Granger 8, Fitzpatrick/S. Jones 7
assists: Watson 7, Ford/Head 3, Granger 2

The Pacers next games will be November 3rd against the Denver Nuggets at Conseco Fieldhouse and November 4th at Madison Square Garden against the New York Knicks.


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November 3rd at Conseco Fieldhouse: Indiana 110, Denver 96

The Pacers improved to 3-0 as Danny Granger had another 30+ game with 33 points and 7 rebounds. The Pacers shot 54% in the game as 8 players scored at least 8 points in the contest. Indiana won every quarter in the game. The Nuggets were led by Carmelo Anthony, who had 28 points, one of five players in double figures. The Nuggets outrebounded Indy 41-31, with Kenyon Martin grabbing 12 boards.

Nuggets leaders
points: Anthony 28, Nene/Billups 16, Smith 15
rebounds: Martin 12, 4 players with 5, 2 players with 3
assists: Martin 7, Billups 5, Anthony 3

Pacers leaders
points: Granger 33, Dunleavy 14, Murphy 11
rebounds: Granger 7, Murphy/Hibbert/Fitzpatrick 5, Rush/Watson/Ford/S. Jones 2
assists: Watson 7, Ford 6, Dunleavy 3

Philip Fitzpatrick had 8 points and 5 rebounds in today's game.

November 4th at Madison Square Garden: New York 130, Indiana 124 (OT)

Al Harrington scored 9 of the Knicks 19 points in OT as New York handed the Pacers their first loss of the season. Harrington ended up with 30 points, so did David Lee, who also torched the Pacers with 8 in the extra period. Tracy McGrady almost had a triple-double with 22 points, 7 rebounds and 9 assists while Chris Duhon racked up a career high 15 assists to go along with 8 points. Danny Granger led Indy with 29 points, followed by a splendid performance by Troy Murphy, who had 23 points and 13 rebounds. Roy Hibbert added 15 points, 5 rebounds and 6 assists while Philip Fitzpatrick had 13 points and 6 rebounds. Both teams did well in assists, with New York handing out 39 assists while the Pacers dished out 29.

PACERS LEADERS
points: Granger 29, Murphy 23, Hibbert 15
rebounds: Murphy 13, S. Jones/Fitzpatrick 6, Hibbert 5
assists: Hibbert 6, Watson 5, Rush/Fitzpatrick 4

KNICKS LEADERS
points: Harrington/Lee 30, McGrady 22, Chandler 14
rebounds:Mc Grady/Lee 7, Chandler/Harrington 6, House 5
assists: Duhon 15, McGrady 9, Rodriguez 5

PACERS NEXT 3 GAMES:
November 6 vs. Wizards at Conseco Fieldhouse
November 11 vs. Warriors at Conseco Fieldhouse
November 14 vs. Celtics at Conseco Fieldhouse

Indiana's record is 3-1 so far this season.


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Game #5 - November 6 at Conseco Fieldhouse

INDIANA 97, WASHINGTON 92

Pacers record is now 4-1.

Danny Granger led the Pacers to a comeback victory as he scored 34 points tonight, as they improved to 4-1. The Wizards dominated the first half as Gilbert Arenas scored 28 of his 42 points in the first 24 minutes, but the Pacers held Washington to just 34 2nd half points thanks to Roy Hibbert's 14 points and 11 rebounds, most of them were in the final 24 minutes. Troy Murphy almost had a double-double himself as he had 18 points and 9 rebounds while Brandon Rush had 7 points and 8 boards. Philip Fitzpatrick had 7 points and 4 rebounds tonight for Indy. Besides Arenas' game high 42 for the Wizards, Josh Howard had 16 points and 10 rebounds. Both teams did very well from beyond then arc was Washington was 12-18 from 3-point land while Indiana was 8-for-9. The Pacers had a big night on the glass as they outrebounded D.C. 51-34, with a huge offensive rebounding edge of 16-5.

WIZARDS LEADERS

points - Arenas 42, Howard 16, Blatche/Thornton 8

rebounds - Howard 10, 3 players with 4, 3 players with 3

assists - Arenas 8, 5 players with 2, 4 players with 1

PACERS LEADERS

points - Granger 34, Murphy 16, Hibbert 14

rebounds - Hibbert 11, Murphy 9, Rush 8

assists - Granger 5, Ford 3, 3 players with 2

The Pacers next game is on November 11 as they host the Golden State Warriors.



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Game #6 - November 11 at Conseco Fieldhouse

INDIANA (5-1) 91, GOLDEN STATE 84

Even though the Warriors held Danny Granger to just 15 points, the Pacers used a balanced scoring attack to come back to defeat Golden State 91-84 to improve to 5-1. Troy Murphy led the team with 18 points and 8 rebounds while 4 players (Roy Hibbert, Philip Fitzpatrick, Mike Dunleavy and T.J. Ford) had ten points each. The Pacers rallied from a 42-32 halftime lead by outscoring GSW 59-42 in the second half. Monta Ellis led all players with 24 points in a losing cause.

WARRIORS LEADERS:

points - Ellis 24, Williams 12, Turiaf 10

rebounds - Biedrins 8, Turiaf 6, Williams 5

assists - Maggette 5, Ellis 4, 3 players with 2

PACERS LEADERS:

points - Murphy 18, Granger 15, 4 players with 10

rebounds - Murphy/Granger 8, Hibbert 7, Fitzpatrick 6

assists - Watson 8, Granger 3, Hibbert/Fitzpatrick 2.

The Pacers, with a fast 5-1 start, face their toughest challenge yet as they take on the Boston Celtics on November 14 at Conseco Fieldhouse.



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Game 7 - November 14 at Conseco Fieldhouse

BOSTON 111, INDIANA 108

The Celtics used a balanced scoring attack to beat the Pacers as seven players were in double figures, led by Glen Davis with 19 points and 7 rebounds. Paul Pierce had 18 points and 6 boards, Ray Allen had 17 and 6 while Rajon Rondo had 12 points, 9 rebounds and 6 assists and Nate Robinson had 12 points. The Pacers were right in the game throughout, but ran out of steam when Danny Granger fouled out late in the game. Granger had a game high 22 points tonight, but he had help from fellow frontcourt mates Troy Murphy (14 points, 11 rebounds and 3 assists) and Roy Hibbert (14 points and 6 assists). The Pacers also had a strong showing from their bench thanks to Philip Fitzpatrick (11 points, 9 rebounds), Mike Dunleavy (11 points) and T.J. Ford (10 points). However, too many fouls committed by Indy (22 fouls=21 Boston free throws made) and a 48-41 rebounds edge for the C's did in the Pacers as Indiana falls to 5-2 for the season.

THE WEEK AHEAD:

November 17 at New Jersey

November 18 vs. New York

November 20 vs. Cleveland

November 22 at Charlotte


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Indiana Pacers (5-2) @ New Jersey Nets

November 17, 2009

Game 8 of 82
Pacers 31 34 19 21 105
Nets 23 27 29 27 106

Stats (pts/rebs/assts)

Pacers

Hibbert 18/7/2

Granger 37/10/3

Watson 5/2/2

Rush 2/0/2

Murphy 17/7/3

S. Jones 8/4/0

D. Jones 2/0/0

Ford 6/2/2

Dunleavy 2/5/2

Fitzpatrick 8/10/4

totals 105/47/20

Nets

Yi 8/5/2

Lee 10/6/2

Harris 30/3/6

Douglas-Roberts 6/5/3

Lopez 22/11/1

Humphries 9/2/1

Hassell 10/2/0

Dooling 5/2/0

Williams 4/7/2

Boone 2/7/1

totals 106/50/18.

Game recap:

The Hawks came back from a 15-point halftime lead thanks to a 30/3/6 night from Devin Harris and a 22/11/1 performance from Brook Lopez. The Pacers lost to one of the worst teams in NBA history (the Nets were 12-70 in '09-10), and the second half proved that the Pacers looked lethargic against this bad Jersey team. However, Danny Granger had his best night of the season with 37/10/3 while Hibbert had 18/7 and Murphy had 17/7/3. Philip Fitzpatrick had a solid night with 8/10/4, setting a career high for rebounds. The Pacers were outrebounded 50-47 for the night.

The Pacers return back to Indianapolis to face the Knicks at Conseco Fieldhouse on November 18, with a 5-3 record...see you then!



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i used to root for the pacers, for 2 reasons, im a warriors fan, and they pretty much always suck, and i love reggie miller, he was my favorite player as a kid, i liked that he wasnt afraid of jordan

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November 18th at Conseco Fieldhouse New York 22 24 33 20 99
Indiana (6-3) 33 20 20 27 100

Knicks (pts/rebs/asts)

Lee 28/12/4

Chandler 15/6/0

Duhon 3/3/13

McGrady 13/5/5

Harrington 20/4/2

Bender 4/4/0

Gallinari 4/1/0

Rodriguez 6/3/2

House 4/2/5

Walker 2/3/1

totals 99/44/32

Pacers (pts/rebs/asts)

Murphy 19/7/4

Rush 3/2/0

Watson 5/3/7

Granger 43/7/3 (3 blocks)

Hibbert 8/1/2 (1 block)

Fitzpatrick 7/5/1 (4 blocks)

Dunleavy 2/2/3

Ford 6/4/2

D. Jones 3/1/0

S. Jones 4/2/1

McRoberts 0/0/0

totals 100/32/21.

Despite being outrebounded and outassisted by a big margin, the Pacers got back on the winning track as Danny Granger scored a career high 43 points. The only other Pacer in double figures was Troy Murphy, who chipped in with 19 points. For New York, David Lee had a big night with 28 points, 12 rebounds and 4 assists while former Pacer Al Harrington had 20 points and Chris Duhon dished out 13 assists. The Pacers return to action on November 21 as they host Cleveland at the Fieldhouse.


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11/21/09 at Conseco Fieldhouse
Cleveland 24 29 21 26 100
Indiana (6-4) 31 26 17 23 96

Cavaliers (pts/rebs/asts)

O'Neal 6/2/2

James 17/4/1

Williams 29/6/8

Parker 2/4/2

Jamison 28/8/3

Ilgauskas 4/9/0

Moon 4/5/0

West 4/1/0

Gibson 6/2/0

Varejao 6/1/0

totals 100/42/16

Pacers (pts/rebs/asts)

Murphy 20/6/1

Rush 5/4/1

Watson 6/0/3

Granger 26/8/1

Hibbert 3/3/2

Fitzpatrick 6/4/3

Dunleavy 16/2/2

Ford 8/2/2

D. Jones 4/2/3

S. Jones 2/2/0

totals 96/33/18

The Cavaliers did not need LeBron James as Mo Williams had 29/6/8 and Antawn Jamison registered 28/8/3 in Cleveland's 100-96 win over the Pacers. James had serious foul trouble, and ended up with just 17 points. The Pacers crumbled after taking a 31-24 first quarter lead, as Troy Murphy went 9-for-9 for 20 points in the first half, but was 0-for-4 with 0 points in the second half. Danny Granger led the Pacers with 26 points and 8 rebounds. Just like the previous game against the Knicks, the Pacers were soundly beaten in rebounding, this time 42-33 Cavs, and the Pacers went from hot to cold in shooting, making 57% of their shots in the first half but 38% of their 2nd half shots.



The 6-4 Pacers look to get back on the winning track on November 22 as they take on the Bobcats at Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte.



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11/22/09 at Time Warner Cable Arena:

Pacers (6-5) 25 20 33 16 94
Bobcats 21 32 23 29 105

Three Bobcat players scored at least 20 points (Stephen Jackson with 25, Gerald Wallace with 22 and Nazi Mohammed with 22) as Charlotte came back to defeat the Pacers, 105-94. The Pacers loss spoiled a career night for Danny Granger, who had 39 points, and a double-double for Troy Murphy (18 points/10 rebounds/5 assists). Earl Watson had a career game as well, despite not scoring at all, he dished out 11 assists. The Pacers have lost 4 out of their last 5 games after a 5-1 start.

PACERS (pts/rebs/asts)

Hibbert 12/6/0

Granger 39/7/2

Watson 0/1/11

Rush 2/3/2

Murphy 18/10/5

S. Jones 2/1/0

D. Jones 4/0/1

Ford 6/2/3

Dunleavy 6/2/0

Fitzpatrick 5/6/4

totals 94/38/28.

BOBCATS (pts/rebs/asts)

Diaw 6/3/7

Jackson 25/2/2

Felton 11/3/3

Wallace 22/5/1

Chandler 5/7/3

Thomas 2/2/0

Hughes 5/2/3

Augustin 8/0/4

Graham 0/3/0

Mohammed 22/6/1

totals 105/33/24.

The Pacers head north to Toronto for their next game, November 24 at Air Canada Centre against the Raptors.




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glc24 wrote:

i used to root for the pacers, for 2 reasons, im a warriors fan, and they pretty much always suck, and i love reggie miller, he was my favorite player as a kid, i liked that he wasnt afraid of jordan


I imagine they needed a whole fleet of Waste Management trucks, to clean up after all the trash-talking. biggrin



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Game 12 - November 24th - at Air Canada Centre

RAPTORS 103, PACERS 83

Indiana's record: 6-6

Chris Bosh had 32 points and 12 rebounds as he led the Raptors to a 20-point win over the struggling Pacers. Toronto shot 50% for the game and outrebounded Indy 48-39 as a strong 2nd half by the Raptors did in the Pacers, who shot just 34% in the final 24 minutes. Danny Granger led the Pacers with 34 points while Troy Murphy had a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds. Philip Fitzpatrick had 9 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists for Indiana, who has lost 5 of their last six games. Andrea Bargnani had 17 for the winning Raptors while Antoine Wright had 13 points and 7 rebounds and Jose Calderon had 11 points and 7 assists.

PACERS (pts/rebs/asts)

Hibbert 9/6/1 (2 blocks)

Granger 34/6/3 (1 block)

Watson 0/1/4

Rush 2/3/4 (1 block)

Murphy 11/10/1 (1 block)

S. Jones 2/3/0

D. Jones 4/0/1

Ford 4/1/1

Dunleavy 8/3/0

Fitzpatrick 9/6/6

totals 83/39/21

RAPTORS (pts/rebs/asts)

Bargnani 17/5/2 (1 block)

DeRozan 8/3/0

Jack 7/6/7

Turkoglu 5/7/1

Bosh 32/12/2 (1 block)

Johnson 0/1/0

Belinelli 8/1/2

Calderon 11/3/7

Wright 13/7/1

Nesterovic 2/1/0

Evans 0/2/0

totals 103/48/21.

The Pacers return home tomorrow (November 25th) to take on the L.A. Clippers.



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11/25/09 - at Conseco Fieldhouse - Game 13

L.A. Clippers 113, Indiana 88

Pacers record: 6-7.

Baron Davis had 31 points and 13 assists while Eric Gordon tallied 28 points as the Clippers humiliated the Pacers by 25, giving the Pacers their sixth loss in 7 games. It was an all-out disaster for Indy as they gave up 52.5% of LA's shots, but they were brutally beaten in the battle of the boards, 53-29, as Drew Gooden (who did not score a single point) grabbed a game high 15 rebounds. Chris Kaman followed that performance with 16 points and 9 rebounds while DeAndre Jordan had 7 boards. Danny Granger led Indiana with 19 points, 9 rebounds and 6 assists, the only highlight was that the Pacers bench outscored the Clipper reserves, 41-21, as Philip Fitzpatrick was 6-for-7 from the field and T.J. Ford had 17 points and 7 assists.

Clippers (pts/rebs/asts)

Kaman 16/9/3

Butler 15/4/1

Davis 31/4/13

Gordon 28/2/2

Gooden 0/15/3

Jordan 3/7/0

Outlaw 11/3/0

Blake 2/2/1

Collins 0/3/1

Smith 8/4/4

totals 113/53/27.

Pacers (pts/rebs/asts)

Murphy 9/5/1

Rush 11/1/2

Watson 0/1/2

Granger 19/9/6

Hibbert 8/4/1

Fitzpatrick 12/2/0

Dunleavy 8/0/2

Ford 17/3/7

D. Jones 2/2/1

S. Jones 2/2/1

Head 0/0/1

totals 88/29/24.

The Pacers play their last home game of November when they host the Dallas Mavericks on November 27th.



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Tough night for the Pacers!



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