Sounds like Tinsley will be feeling like he is at a Larry E. practice Indiana Pacers coach Rick Carlisle wasn't joking when he said there was going to be a huge premium on conditioning. Carlisle wasted little time in having players wear out the soles of their shoes when he put them through a conditioning-filled first day of training camp. "Running and conditioning has to become a way of life now," Carlisle said. "It's got to be an everyday commitment, because to maintain over a 100-game season, your conditioning has to be through the roof." There will be a lot more running in practice in weeks to come as the Pacers attempt to make the transition to playing up-tempo. "It's going to be a hard thing to do and hard on our bodies, but at the same time, it's not going to do anything but make us better," Stephen Jackson said while breathing heavily after practice. "Nobody said it's going to be easy. Winning a championship ain't easy, either. We have to start somewhere."