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Enemy Chatter: Where nobody in Indy gives a crap

Chuck - Red's Army December 20, 2010 Uncategorized 8 Comments

Dunleavy

I often wonder what opposing teams, their beat reporters and bloggers are saying about the Celtics after playing the Celtics. Here's a dose of 'enemy chatter' from Indiana.

"They're so tied in together," Pacers forward Danny Granger said of the Celtics. "They can be beat, but you have to play a near perfect game. We missed a lot of shots, but we missed a lot of shots because they were in our face. They're a good defensive team."

Indy Star

That's all I've got. One bland comment from Danny Granger.

I embark on my Enemy Chatter duties with this main goal – to locate incendiary comments and to start a blog war. But I got virtually nothing from the Indy papers and blogs.

I can't really blame them. Who would watch this milk-toast basketball team when the Colts are fighting for their playoff lives?

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  • http://profile.typepad.com/redsarmy Red’s Army

    Dear God… Dunleavy looks 52 years old in this pic

  • Classless

    They’re such a nothing team. They got Granger and Hibbert, which are 2 nice pieces, but the problem is they’ll never bottom out low enough to get a high pick nor will any free agents go to Indiana. Thus, they are stuck in no mans land.

  • http://jtshoopsblog.blogspot.com jtshoopsblog

    Who’s playing the troll now? I would respond, but I’ll only be feeding u.

  • daemian

    milquetoast is the proper spelling i believe. just saying

  • Celtics

    You are trolling by coming on to the site and starting this. I would say more but I would be only feeding you

  • Nora

    JT, You have nothing good to say. Why come here? Looks like trolling to me

  • ShawnCVD

    I gotta give you credit that your finally understanding no one wants you here. If trying to promote a blog of your own controversial with a knowledgeable die hard fan base. We’ll police our own thank you very much.

  • ShawnCVD

    Oops I meant being blatantly controversial to a knowledgeable die hard fan base is not the way yo win us over