Jan 8, 2006, 12:01 AM EDT
Everybody keeps saying that we don’t have any talent, but we’ve got
talent. It’s not the most talented team in the world, but it’s good
enough and we have to believe that anybody can beat anyone in this
league on any give night.
-Kyle Korver after last night’s 97-86 loss to Indiana.
Hey, they’re good enough. Good enough for what I’m not so sure? Interesting game notes: Iverson’s scoring average dropped dramatically due to his only putting up 20 in the loss. Rookie Ivan McFarlin, or iMac as I like to call him, saw his first NBA action and put up 6 points.
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