Pistons – Nuggets Part II

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I’m heading off to Grand Rapids (which is a trek for me) to meet up with my cohorts Bennie and Jeff to cause a bit of trouble and head off to The Pistons game at Van Andel Arena. If you missed it, I was on their show sunday night to talk about our new alliance as well as Sheed and his technical difficulties. You listen to the clip of the show right under the Need4Sheed logo on their page.

Tipoff is at 7:00 P.M. and will be broadcast on FSN. As always I am leaving the comments up to you.

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17 Responses to "Pistons – Nuggets Part II"
  1. Nugg Doctor says:

    Good luck tonight… actually, on second thought, may the Nuggets win by 100!

  2. Anonymous says:

    ^ that was awkward.

  3. Wolf Blitzer says:


    I scored 4 tickets to the game tonight up in section 203; kind of nosebleed section, but since it’s Van Andel, “nosebleed section” is somewhat relative.

    Hope you had a safe drive over to the west-side; don’t get lost in our huge metropois of a downtown area. Not at all Stones/Nuggs related, but watch out for Republicans; there is by my count about 49 million of them in greater Grand Rapids, and them crazy cats are just looking to build a church on top of your car while you’re at the game.

  4. claire says:

    The Nuggets would win by a 100 only if they were playing by themselves. Go, Pistons! Hope the trip will be fun for you :)

  5. Anonymous says:

    there is nothing wrong with republicans.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Isn’t Nat a bleeding heart liberal?

  7. Sammi says:

    d – e – e – troit
    super pistons.

    had to throw in some san diego there :)

  8. Anonymous says:

    Nothing wrong with religion or politics as long as you don’t shove your beliefs down anyones throats!

    Be a blessing in the world and not an instrument for hurt and your o.k. by me!

    Go stones!

  9. Anonymous says:

    Final score: Denver Nuggets, 110
    Your own Detroit Pistons, 119!!!

  10. Anonymous says:

    Stuckey: ANOTHER 4 turnovers. Seriously, wtf?

  11. jessi says:

    hey love to see tay witht hat fan 102 and tay is her fav. player how cute…

  12. Anonymous says:

    Who cares about the 4 turnovers? He is human, and he had a heck of a game considering his role and responsibilities. There were a couple times last year when even Mr. Big Shot had more than 4 turnovers.

    Maxiell = BEAST


  13. Bobby says:

    omg j-max tore it up. I love what I’m seeing from him.

  14. Wolf Blitzer says:

    jMax definitely ooked impressive, AA even had his moments. Stuckey’s 4 TO’s are overinflated; it’s preseason, he’s definitely not playing with regular rotation and regular sets. Give the 2008 ROY a chance son.

    My apologies to those I apparently offended. Perhaps an inside joke for us inbreds on the westside(and nobody likes an inside joke, i know), but our mindset over here is if you can knock a family grocery store or family book store over….for, a church, son you do that up big style. I’m just not of that mold. my apologies. go pistons. last comment ever.

  15. Natalie says:

    Thanks for the well wishes Wolf, I hope you had a good time at the game. No worries about the comment.

    I have to agree about Stuckey, I would however like him to a bit more carfull when trying to take it to the lane, he is fearless and sometimes that results in a TO.

  16. Jason says:

    Jason just tore the house down it seemed like, I also was impressed by AA and Samb, got some good young talent.


    Just a few of my pictures from last nights game

  17. Alexa says:

    Guys, Stuckey loves Wade, right? Well, Wade averages over 4 TOs per game for his career, and nearly 6 per game last season. It happens. heck, even Nash turns it over around 2-3 times per game. =)

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