7 Responses to "2008 Eastern Conference Finals – Game Four Detriot Pistons Introductions"
  1. DetroitGirl4Ever says:

    6’3 CHAAUUNCEY B-B-B-Billups!!! I love that. Mason is sweet. Other fans hate on Mason, but their just hating and mad because no other PA can compete with this dude.

  2. Mustafa says:

    lol.

    Yeah this was pretty cool intro. Just like the first intro we had in game 3. I think detroit got the best introduction in the playoffs.

  3. The Fluidics says:

    My favorite part of the intros is this:
    Time to introduce some of the worlds greatest athletes. But first, the Celtics.

    Love it, it’s so subtle, but so mean.

  4. Amber says:

    Flu, I adored that part too! It was hilarious.

  5. RedWhite_N_Awesome says:

    The look on Dyess’s face says it all — the man is INTENSE!!! Gotta get him that ring… GOTTA!!

    GO PISTONS!!!!

  6. Ian says:

    Definitely did not like the opening with Rasheed, compared to game 3. It was like he was HAVING to will fans to care, when everyone there already is fanatical about the ‘Stones.

    Also the record scratching during Bawitdaba just sounded annoying.

    Here’s to getting back the Game 3 opening, or rolling out something even better.

  7. e-unit 32 says:

    i love sheed and the pistons i even wrote a paper about all of them being my heros because they dont have one superstar they have all really good players that can play offense defense and pass. d-town is the best ballin sports town their is

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