The whiteboard prominent in the Indiana Pacers' locker room previewed what was to come Wednesday night in the second game of a back-to-back set.
"Every game feels different," coach Frank Vogel had written.
Yes, it does.
From one of Indiana's most complete games of the season Tuesday night in Charlotte to one of its most confounding losses Wednesday in the Amway Center.
From a 27-point victory over the Bobcats keyed by rebounding domination to getting shot out of the gym by the Magic.
The swing was ugly and yet not unexpected for the visitors, who lost 97-86.
Before the game, Vogel said Orlando has too many offensive weapons to be discounted, and that proved to be the case.
Pacers fall flat in 97-86 loss to Magic in Orlando
Indianapolis Star | Jan 17