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RE: 2005-06 Indiana Pacers replay: Philip Fitzpatrick's rookie season!
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Game 16 - 12/4/05 - at Key Arena
INDIANA PACERS (12-4) 130, SEATTLE SONICS 126 (in overtime)

Pollard 2-7-1
Stojakovic 33-5-1
Jasikevicius 14-0-9
Jackson 12-1-1
O'Neal 29-9-7
Fitzpatrick 10-9-1
Granger 7-3-0
Johnson 7-4-1
Jones 16-2-4
Foster 0-5-0.

Sonics notables...
points: Allen, 51
rebounds: Lewis, 10
assists: Ridnour, 12

The Pacers continued to reign over the Northwest teams as they were 17-for-21 from 3-point range as they spoiled Ray Allen's 51-point game as they won 130-126 over the Sonics. Peja Stojakovic led Indy with 33 points while Jermaine O'Neal was a rebound and 3 assists shy of a triple-double. Luke Ridnour (21 points/12 assists) and Rashard Lewis (13 points/10 rebounds) had double-doubles for Seattle, who was 9-for-13 from beyond the arc.

After a 4-1 western road trip, the Pacers return to Conseco Fieldhouse to play the Dallas Mavericks on December 6.

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Game 16 - 12/4/05 - at Key Arena
INDIANA PACERS (12-4) 130, SEATTLE SONICS 126 (in overtime)

Pollard 2-7-1
Stojakovic 33-5-1
Jasikevicius 14-0-9
Jackson 12-1-1
O'Neal 29-9-7
Fitzpatrick 10-9-1
Granger 7-3-0
Johnson 7-4-1
Jones 16-2-4
Foster 0-5-0.

Sonics notables...
points: Allen, 51
rebounds: Lewis, 10
assists: Ridnour, 12

The Pacers continued to reign over the Northwest teams as they were 17-for-21 from 3-point range as they spoiled Ray Allen's 51-point game as they won 130-126 over the Sonics. Peja Stojakovic led Indy with 33 points while Jermaine O'Neal was a rebound and 3 assists shy of a triple-double. Luke Ridnour (21 points/12 assists) and Rashard Lewis (13 points/10 rebounds) had double-doubles for Seattle, who was 9-for-13 from beyond the arc.

After a 4-1 western road trip, the Pacers return to Conseco Fieldhouse to play the Dallas Mavericks on December 6.

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Game 17 - 12/6/05 - at Conseco Fieldhouse
INDIANA PACERS 90, DALLAS MAVERICKS 86
Indiana's record so far this season: 13-4.

Granger 9-5-2
Jackson 17-3-4
Jasikevicius 3-1-1
Stojakovic 19-8-3
O'Neal 17-11-0
Foster 2-2-0
Jones 13-1-2
Johnson 5-4-4
Croshere 2-5-3
Fitzpatrick 3-3-1
Pollard 0-5-1.

Mavericks leaders:
points - Terry, 36
rebounds - Nowitzki, 10
assists -4 players with 2.

Led by Jermaine O'Neal, Peja Stojakovic and Stephen Jackson, the Indiana Pacers used a balanced attack to take down the Dallas Mavericks tonight. Stojakovic led Indy with 19 while O'Neal had a double-double and Jackson also had 17 points. O'Neal led all players with 11 rebounds, helping the Pacers win the battle of the boards, 48-40. Despite losing the contest, Dallas had the two top scorers of the game: Jason Terry (game high 36 points) and Dirk Nowitzki (20 points plus 10 rebounds). Stojakovic was 3-for-3 from beyond the ard while Terry was 4-of-4.

On December 8, the Pacers welcome the Washington Wizards to Conseco Fieldhouse, for a 7 p.m. tip-off.

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Game 18
December 8
at Conseco Fieldhouse
Indianapolis, Indiana
Pacers 113, Wizards 95
Indiana's record is now at 14-4.

Jermaine O'Neal had 28 points and 12 rebounds while Danny Granger had a career high 18 points as the Pacers downed the Wizards by 18. Stephen Jackson added 22 points while Anthony Johnson added 11 points and 7 assists for Indy. Gilbert 'Agent Zero' Arenas came up big for Washington, pouring in a game high 44 points in a losing effort, which included 19 free throws. Caron Butler tallied 18 points while Antawn Jamison chipped in with 15 points and 13 rebounds. The Blue and Gold shot 53% from the floor, and made 10 of their 13 3-pointers, while DC's shooting percentage was just 38% and they made only 5 of 18 from distance, even though they made 28 of 34 free throws.

Washington WIZARDS
Haywood 4-7-2, Butler 18-6-3, Arenas 44-6-6, Daniels 4-2-3, Jamison 15-13-2, Thomas 4-6-0, Hayes 2-1-0, Taylor 2-0-0, Jeffries 0-1-2, Ruffin 2-3-0.

Indiana PACERS
Granger 18-2-0, Jackson 22-5-3, Jasikevicius 2-2-4. Stojakovic 10-4-2, O'Neal 28-12-1, Foster 2-5-2, Jones 9-0-1, Johnson 11-0-7, Croshere 0-3-0, Fitzpatrick 4-8-1, Tinsley 7-1-2.

The Pacers look to keep on winning as the Memphis Grizzlies come to the Fieldhouse on December 10.

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Game 19
December 10
at Conseco Fieldhouse

Grizzlies 100, Pacers (14-5) 84

Croshere 4/3/0
Jackson 6/5/3
Johnson 4/2/1
Stojakovic 17/5/0
O'Neal 24/10/3
Foster 5/4/2
F. Jones 13/0/0
Jasikevicius 7/0/2
Granger 0/4/0
Fitzpatrick 2/3/3
Pollard 2/3/1.

Grizzlies leaders:
points - Gasol, 36
rebounds - Gasol, 12
assists - Stoudamire, 7.

The Pacers look to rebound from this loss when they take on the Celtics Wednesday, December 14 at TD Garden in Boston.

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Game 20
12/14/05
at TD Garden

Pacers (15-5) 102, Celtics 87

Foster 7/6/1
Stojakovic 16/8/2
Tinsley 18/3/3
Jackson 22/4/2
O'Neal 17/11/5
Fitzpatrick 4/12/2
Granger 4/1/0
Jasikevicius 8/2/2
Jones 4/0/1
Pollard 2/3/0

Celtics leaders:
points - Pierce and Szczerbiak, 27
rebounds - Szczerbiak, 5
assists - Pierce, 5

Notable: Indiana out-rebounded the C's by a count of 50-29, and Indiana won despite going 0-for-9 from beyond the arc.

The Pacers will return to action on Friday, December 16 when the Utah Jazz come to Conseco Fieldhouse.

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Game 21
12/16/05
at Conseco Fieldhouse

Pacers (16-5) 102, Jazz 101

Croshere 7/4/1
Jackson 28/6/1
Tinsley 9/3/6
Stojakovic 4/3/2
O'Neal 16/6/1
Foster 2/9/1
Jones 17/0/2
Johnson 10/3/5
Granger 7/6/0
Fitzpatrick 2/6/0 (1-for-6 field goals)
Pollard 0/0/0.

Jazz leaders:
points - Okur, 24
rebounds - Okur and Boozer, 9
assists - Kirilenko, 9

Stephen Jackson scored a season high 28 points while Freddie Jones added 17 off the bench and Jermaine O'Neal chipped in 16 as Indiana barely defeated Utah 102-101. Six Jazz players were in double figures, led by Mehmet Okur with 24 points and 9 rebounds while Andrei Kirilenko scored 17 with 9 assists.

The Pacers return to action on December 17 when they take on the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.



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Game 22 - 12/17/05 - at Madison Square Garden

Pacers (17-5) 117, Knicks 103

O'Neal 15/10/7
Stojakovic 38/3/2
Tinsley 8/1/5
Jackson 5/6/1
Croshere 10/8/0
Fitzpatrick 4/4/2
Granger 3/2/0
Jasikevicius 13/3/4
Johnson 18/0/1
Foster 3/0/9.

Knicks leaders:
points - Marbury, 39
rebounds - Marbury, 5
assists - J. Rose, 5.

Peja Stojakovic scored a season high 38 points, Jermaine O'Neal nearly had a triple-double and Anthony Johnson added 18 as the Pacers defeated New York 117-103. Indiana was almost flawless beyond the arc as they were 10-for-12 from 3-point range, and thanks to O'Neal (10 rebounds), Jeff Foster (9) and Austin Croshere (8), they out-rebounded New York 46-22. The 22 rebounds were a franchise low for the Knicks. Stephon Marbury led all scorers with 39 points while Jalen Rose had 16 for the Knicks.

The Pacers return to action when they play the L.A. Clippers at the Fieldhouse, December 21.

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23 - 12/21/05 - at Conseco Fieldhouse

Pacers (18-5) 109, Clippers 96

After scoring 38 points and going 4-4 from deep in their last game, Peja Stojakovic was at it again, this time going 6-for-6 from distance, and leading the team with 24 points as Indiana won again. Jermaine O'Neal and Jamaal Tinsley each had 18 while Stephen Jackson added 17 for the Blue and Gold. Elton Brand led everyone in scoring and rebounding while Corey Maggette added 23. 3-point shooting was a big difference why Indy won as they were 10-14 from deep while L.A. was just 2-8, even though the Clips out-rebounded the Pacers, 41-37.

LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS

Kaman 8/4/2 Maggette 23/2/0 Cassell 10/3/6 Mobley 11/4/2 Brand 34/12/3 Rebraca 6/7/3 Radmanovic 2/4/1 Livingston 0/4/1 Ewing 2/0/0 Singleton 0/1/0.

INDIANA PACERS

Croshere 7/5/3 Jackson 17/3/3 Tinsley 18/2/7 Stojakovic 24/9/2 O'Neal 18/3/3 Foster 2/5/0 Jones 11/0/1 Jasikevicius 6/1/0 Granger 4/2/0 Fitzpatrick 2/7/1.

The Pacers' next game is December 23 at Quicken Loans Arena when they take on LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.

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Game 24 - 12/23/05 - at Quicken Loans Arena

Cavaliers 93, Pacers (18-6) 87

The Pacers chipped away at a 20-point deficit, closing the gap to 4 after 3 quarters, but lost 93-87 in Cleveland as LeBron James put on a show with 24 points, 13 rebounds and 6 assists.. The Cavs' bench was also big in this win, as they were a combined 14-for-17 in field goals, with Flip Murray having a perfect night going 6-for-6 in field goals and 3-for-3 in free throws. There were some good news and some bad news for Indiana.

The good news:

The Blue and Gold was 13-of-19 from 3-point range, with Peja Stojakovic going 6-for-8, Stephen Jackson was 3-for-5 and Fred Jones was 3-for-3. Stojakovic led all scorers with 26 points.

Jermaine O'Neal had a double-double, with 15 points and 10 rebounds.

The Pacers held LeBron James below his scoring average.

The bad news:

Indiana did poorly with 2-point shooting as they were 21-for-72 (29%) from inside the arc. Worse among them were Stephen Jackson, who was 2-for-12 in 2-pointers, and Saruanas Jasikevicius, who was 0-for-7 overall.

Cleveland out-rebounded Indy 52-47 as LeBron grabbed 13 rebounds, Drew Gooden had 10 and Zydrunas Ilgauskas hauled down 9.

INDIANA PACERS

Foster 4-8-0 Stojakovic 26-5-4 Tinsley 8-3-6 Jackson 11-6-1 O'Neal 15-10-3 Fitzpatrick 4-7-1 Granger 4-2-1 Jasikevicius 0-2-2 F. Jones 11-1-2 Croshere 2-2-1 Harrison 0-1-0.

CLEVELAND CAVALIERS

Gooden 6-10-0 Hughes 15-6-5 Snowo 6-4-6 James 24-13-6 Ilgauskas 10-9-0 Marshall 7-3-0 Murray 15-0-0 D. Jones 4-0-1 Newble 0-2-0 Varejao 6-5-2.

The Pacers will take a holiday break, then return to action on Monday, December 26 when they take on the Dallas Mavericks at AmericanAirlines Center.

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#25 - 12/26/05 - at American Airlines Center

Mavericks 98, Pacers (18-7) 93

Dirk Nowitzki poured in a game high 35 points while Jerry Stackhouse added 17 and Jason Terry had 16 as Dallas handed Indiana their 2nd straight loss.  The defeat spoiled a great performance by Jermaine O'Neal, who had 26 points and 15 rebounds.  Peja Stojakovic added 16 while Jamaal Tinsley tallied 12 for the Blue and Gold.  Thanks to O'Neal, Indy out-rebounded the Mavs 44 to 33.

INDIANA PACERS

O'Neal 26,15,1

Stojakovic 16,3,1

Tinsley 12,3,5

Jackson 11,3,4

Croshere 6,6,4

Fitzpatrick 4,2,0

Granger 0,3,0

Jasikevicius 8,3,2

Jones 2,2,2

Foster 8,4,1

totals 93 points, 44 rebounds, 20 assists

DALLAS MAVERICKS

Nowitzki 35,5,3

Stackhouse 17,6,4

Terry 16,5,5

Howard 13,6,3

Dampier 2,5,2

Powell 0,1,0

Harris 2,1,2

Armstrong 3,0,1

Griffin 4,2,0

Diop 0,2,2

Ilunga-Mbenga 4,1,0

totals 98 points, 33 rebounds, 22 assists

The Pacers now have a tough task upcoming, as they take on the defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs on December 27.



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game number 26

Tuesday, December 27, 2005

at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas

Spurs 100, Pacers (18-8) 97

The San Antonio Spurs came all the way back from a 17-point deficit, defeating the Indiana Pacers 100-97, as their Big Three (Parker, Ginobili and Duncan) had at least 20 points apiece.  The loss spoiled a great effort from Jermaine O'Neal, who had 30 points, 10 rebounds and 5 assists.  The Blue and Gold out-rebounded San Antonio 55-32, as O'Neal, Jeff Foster and Peja Stojakovic each grabbed at least 10 boards.  Stephen Jackson had a strong game with 20 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists in a losing cause.

INDIANA PACERS

Foster 2,10,2 Stojakovic 10,12,2 Tinsley 9,4,7 Jackson 20,7,4 O'Neal 30,10,5 Fitzpatrick 8,5,0 Granger 0,2,0 Jasikevicius 7,2,2 Jones 5,1,2 Croshere 6,2,1

totals: 97 points, 55 rebounds, 25 assists.

SAN ANTONIO SPURS

Duncan 22,8,2 Finley 10,3,1 Parker 27,4,4 Bowen 0,6,3 Nesterovic 2,3,4 Horry 0,3,1 Ginobili 24,1,2 van Exel 5,1,2 Barry 4,0,0 Mohammed 6,3,4 Oberto 0,0,1

totals: 100 points, 32 rebounds, 24 assists.

The Pacers, losers of 3 straight games, will wrap up the 2005 calendar year against the Toronto Raptors, Friday, December 30 at Conseco Fieldhouse.



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game 27

Friday, December 30, 2005

at the Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis

Pacers (19-8) 127, Raptors 115

Tonight the battle cry was "Boom Baby" as the Pacers made a season high 17 three-pointers, as they beat Toronto by a dozen in the final game of the 2005 calendar year. Stephen Jackson and Peja Stojakovic led the charge with 35 points apiece and were a combined 11-for-14 from beyond the arc. In fact, Jackson was a perfect 6-of-6 from three-point-land. The 127 points were a regulation game high for the Blue and Gold, as they were 54% from the floor and an astounding 71% from long distance. The treys were a big difference in the ball game as Indy was 17 of 24 while the Raptors were just 3 for 7 from downtown. The only consolation gifts for the Raps were a 54% field goal percentage, 42 points, 12 rebounds and 5 assists from Chris Bosh and 30 points, 5 rebounds and 7 assists from Mike James.

TORONTO RAPTORS
Araujo 2-6-0, Villanueva 10-4-7, James 30-5-7, Peterson 19-2-6, Bosh 42-12-5, Sow 6-2-0, Williams 0-2-3, Martin 2-1-0, Graham 2-2-0, Bonner 2-0-0.

INDIANA PACERS
O'Neal 9-3-0, Jackson 35-4-6, Jasikevicius 13-4-7, Stojakovic 35-4-2, Foster 6-11-3, Croshere 9-5-1, Jones 8-0-0, Johnson 8-1-9, Granger 0-1-0, Fitzpatrick 2-6-0, Pollard 2-1-0.

The Pacers begin the '06 calendar year on January 2 when Ray Allen and the Seattle Super Sonics come to Conseco Fieldhouse.

To all my friends at the SOMers site, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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game 28

January 2, 2006

at Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis

Pacers (20-8) 104, Sonics 92

After draining 17 three-pointers Friday against Toronto, the Pacers poured in 15 treys as they defeated Seattle 104-92. Peja Stojakovic netted 6 from beyond the arc as he had a team high 28 points, followed by Stephen Jackson with 26 and reserve Danny Granger had a career high 17 off the bench. Indiana never looked back after they led 30-19 in the first quarter, but the Sonics cut the lead to four, thanks to the amazing play of Ray Allen, who led all scorers with 39 points, but he fouled out, spoiling Seattle's chances of winning the game. Austin Croshere had a decent performance filling in for the injured Jermaine O'Neal, with 8 points and 10 rebounds, while Anthony Johnson dished out 10 assists and Philip Fitzpatrick had 9 points and 7 rebounds. Besides Allen's 39 points, Rashard Lewis had 20 points, 4 rebounds and 5 assists for Seattle.

SEATTLE SONICS

Swift 4-6-0, Lewis 20-4-5, Ridnour 6-3-5, Allen 39-2-3, Collison 6-7-0, Moore 2-5-3, Wilkins 0-0-1, Watson 5-5-1, Wilks 4-2-1, Wilcox 6-5-1.

INDIANA PACERS

Croshere 8-10-1, Jackson 26-3-5, Johnson 5-2-10, Stojakovic 28-3-1, Fitzpatrick 9-7-0, Pollard 4-7-0, Jones 5-0-2, Jasikevicius 2-1-2, Granger 17-3-0, Foster 0-5-0.

The Blue and Gold now begin a Western road trip, starting January 4 at the Pepsi Center in Denver, as the Pacers take on the Nuggets.



-- Edited by Hughmanity on Friday 19th of February 2016 11:09:05 PM

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