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News » Indiana Pacers Getting Inside 2009-12-01

Indiana Pacers Getting Inside 2009-12-01

Indiana Pacers Getting Inside 2009-12-01The Pacers may be struggling right now, but team president Larry Bird isn't looking to make any changes yet.

Bird said he wants to see what the team looks like with a healthy roster before deciding if any changes are needed.

The Pacers have dropped six of their last seven games.

"Everything is always based off wins and losses, but the thing with us is, we're rebuilding and we're trying to get a team here that we can compete with on a nightly basis," Bird said. "From my point of view, I'd like to see everybody back and see what we have as a team."

Don't expect any changes with the coaching staff, either, because Bird believes Jim O'Brien is still figuring out what type of team he has.

"We're not here to make excuses," Bird said. "He's in a tough position. He hasn't had all of his players, even through training camp. What you have to do is let your coach have all his players and see where you're at and go from there. We're slowly getting the guys back out there to play a little."

WARRIORS 126, PACERS 107: The Pacers blew a 14-point lead by giving up 75 points and allowing the Warriors to shoot 67.5 percent in the second half. Warriors guard Monta Ellis had his way against the Pacers, scoring a career-high 45 points before fouling out midway through the fourth quarter.

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