I wonder how the locker room interaction between David West and Paul George has worked out over the past few months.
The Pacers started the season off looking like they were going to go undefeated.
They now look like a totally different ballclub, and after last night’s drubbing at the hands of the Bulls, power forward and team leader David West put it best when he described their recent efforts.
“We look like (expletive),” West mumbled, refusing to pin the problems on facing two of the best defensive teams in the league, Memphis and Chicago, but rather focusing on the players in blue and gold.
“They’re good defensive teams, but we’re just playing a bad, bad brand of basketball and it’s not very fun to be a part of when we’re losing,” West said. “When you go back and watch the games, it just doesn’t look good. We understand that shot-making is going to come and go, but I think it’s how we’re doing everything. And everybody’s got to sort of look at themselves and see what we can do because I think we’ve done enough talking.”