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News » Indiana Pacers Getting Inside 2009-03-01

Indiana Pacers Getting Inside 2009-03-01

Indiana Pacers Getting Inside 2009-03-01
The Pacers have 21 games remaining and signs point to swingman Mike Dunleavy not playing in any of them.

At least that's what coach Jim O'Brien believes. O'Brien said he doesn't "think there's much question that (Dunleavy's) done for the year."

"I think he's done for the year," O'Brien said. "That's where I think he is. Whether he thinks he is or somebody else does, I'm proceeding as if he's going to be done for the rest of the year."

Dunleavy, who has only appeared in 18 games this season, hasn't played since the Feb. 8 game at Washington and the Pacers are also a long shot to make the playoffs.

"He's looking at all his options," O'Brien said. "It's disappointing for him, and also something that's difficult for the franchise to deal with because he makes a lot of money, deservedly so, but you're operating on a situation where if you don't have somebody like that, that you're operating on less of a budget. That's a difficult situation."

CELTICS 104, PACERS 99: Ray Allen wrapped up his season-long scoring spree against the Pacers by totaling 30 points on 11-of-16 shooting in 43 minutes. The Pacers got to within three points late, but Celtics forward Glen Davis scored six straight points to help his team pull away. T.J. Ford led the Pacers with 23 points while Troy Murphy added 20.

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