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Acquiesce (The REAL reason the Nuggets got their doors blown off by the Pacers)

"You all mine tonight playboy!"
As I pulled up to the light at 16th and Tibbs on my way to Bankers Life Fieldhouse, I saw this cat standing on the corner arguing with himself about dominance. That’s not unusual to see in the hood playboy. So I let the window down just in time to hear Robert Frost, the famous poet, say, “The strongest and most effective force in guaranteeing the long-term maintenance of power is not violence in all the forms deployed by the dominant to control the dominated, but consent in all forms in which the dominated acquiesce in their own domination.”

For all of you simple minded individuals out there, ole boy was simply saying that the Indiana Pacers are running these streets out here not only because they’ve got the best overall record in the league (40-11), the best home record (25-2) and the best defense; but the fact that these cats are allowing the Pacers to have their own way with them.

It was no different on Monday night when they ran up on the Denver Nuggets trying to read the GPS in the dark and beat the brakes off of them 119-80. With this win the Pacers snapped a five game regular season losing streak to these cats and set a new season high in points scored.

Let's keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! From the moment they pulled into the city with Colorado plates with the hazards on you knew it was gonna be trouble bruh. They only had 10 duns in the ride and both Ty Lawson, their top gun, and his back up, Nate Robinson, weren’t in the car because of injuries.

With the exhaust pipe spitting ole David West didn’t waste any time putting 21 in the driver side door in the first half. At that point the boyz from Denver abandoned the ride and started running through the streets of Haughville helpless.

D. West caught up to them on 3rd and unloaded another 4 to finish with 25 for the night in only 27 minutes. Roy Hibbert jumped out of the whip in front of Long’s Donuts and hit 'em with 14 and grabbed 12 boards while both Paul George and Lance Stephenson caught a couple of cats trying to hide off in the Sunset and gave 'em 12 apiece. George Hill just waited on a boy to run into the pawn shop to get directions and hit 'em with 10, 7 and 5 like a hometown G is supposed to.

The crazy thing about it is that ole Frank didn’t allow any of his starters to run the streets for more than 28 ½ minutes looking for these cats. None of them hunted in the fourth quarter at all.

The Nuggets were so jacked up after they abandoned the whip in the middle of the street that the entire Pacers roster got off and made shots with no problem. Why? Because of that unique word that ole boy Robert Frost spit at you earlier, “Acquiesce.” They simply accepted the beat down without protest pimpin’! Stop me with I start lyin’!

Holla At Ya Boy!
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