The Pistons vs. The Bobcats

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The Pistons vs. The Bobcats

The 11-15 Pistons are back on the road to face Larry Brown and his 10-16 Bobcats in Charlotte. The Bobcats starters Gerald Wallace and Stephen Jackson will be suiting up their team despite nagging injuries. Jackson was sidelined with back spasms and Wallace their game against the Knicks with severe headaches.  However the Bobcats will be without former Piston Flip Murray who’s out with a sprained ankle.

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  • No official word on the status of Ben Gordon, Rip Hamilton or Tayshaun Prince at the moment.

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    10 Responses to "The Pistons vs. The Bobcats"
    1. The Duke says:

      Maybe this will be the night we can get out of our slump and get a little confidence back. Let’s go out there and hit them up with some DEEEETROIT BASKETBALLL!!!!!

    2. Jzack says:

      They are still playing lethargic! what’s going on with our guys.. 3rd Q so far and it’s a blowout.

      switching to MSU-Texas game.. *sigh*

    3. adam says:

      jesus pistons, get it together. way too hot and cold.

    4. shawn says:

      im telling joe d is pissing me off he needs to do a trade for god sakes if we can get gerald wallace and kamen in a deal we would be playoff contenders if we dont pull of a trade i say trade rip tay and kwame and jmax for two good allstar players at the 4 and 5 or 3 and 5 or joe d go for a lottery pick man we need to draft top 10 wish we could get the 1draft pick for we can draft john wall a true pg to play next to stuckey sigh all of this is dreams joe d is a let down.

    5. KleenGee says:

      Pistons desperately need Prince back in the lineup. He would have stopped/slowed G.Wallace.

    6. Waterpolo says:

      What are you talking about. Trade? Ha. Team non-coachable. We have 5 guys that play by themselves. Open your eyes

    7. Waterpolo says:

      76 pts. great bball.

    8. shawn says:

      sigh this is depressing we lost another game and we are going to lose against Toronto tomm also man joe d as soon as prince and Hamilton get healthy trade riptaymaxbrown as soon as possible and man cv need to stop playing for a while and heal and man did u see that no one could hit a shot not even stuckey for a while there into the 2nd half but it was to little to late sigh depressing lottery pick here we come TOPPPPP 10 LOTTERY PICK IS COMING ARE WAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    9. junior says:

      man, this does suck. we better have it together by april 2, thats is when im taking my dad and brother to the suns gameat the palace (they are both suns fans). they been talking crap all year after the suns beat us the first time. (sigh) we are down but hopefully not out. need to get some wins or no playoffs we in the 9th seed now. GO PISTONS

    10. terry says:

      Uuuuuuuuugly, easily the worst perfomance/ loss of the season. This reminded me a lot of the Lakers game…. only this was the Bobcats. With that being said, I know a lot of people are going to say who needs to get traded and how terrible Joe D is, but think about it nobody’s going to trade for players who have yet to even play three straight games this season( Rip ), or any games this season(Tayshuan). Sorry Shawn, Charlotte aint giving up Gerald Wallace, and Kaman will be lucky to play a full season without another injury himself. I don’t know what you have to do if your Joe, no one could have anticipated these kind of injuries. Y’all can forget about some kind of magic trade though, it aint happening. The Pistons just got to tough it out, the young guys will be better for it no matter what direction the Pistons take in the future.

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