The Warriors Pummel The Pistons

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It’s tough for most #Pistons fans when Detroit heads off on their Western trips. It means long nights of games starting at 10 or later and finishing when most would be asleep. I’m happy to say I deiced to save myself of a lethargic Wednesday by turning this one off and going to bed after the Warriors had built a 19-point lead to close the first quarter.

Thinking maybe they made a game of it I turned on the TV when I woke up and fired up the Tivo. I had made the correct decision to go to sleep, that game ended as awful as it started. The Warrior made the Pistons look like an over-matched D-League team in their 113-95 victory on their home court.

So if you did as I did and decided this one was too later for you, you made a great decision.

Key Points:

  • It had to be embarrassing for the Pistons, Golden State just kept knocking down shots. It was so bad the Cheeks tried whatever he could to swing the game the Pistons way.
  • You know it started bad if Cheeks put in Caldwell-Pope and Tony Mitchell to try to get things going.

Maurice Cheeks “I was a little disappointed in our effort. You can’t get down 20, 25 points” – it was 19 after a quarter and ballooned to 29 late in the third quarter – “and be happy with the effort.” Of the use of multiple players and starting the second half with Smith and Billups on the bench, Cheeks denied he was sending messages. “I just wanted to change some things up. It wasn’t about their effort. I just wanted to try to get something a little different.” Via Pistons.com

  • Don’t think that this was just a game of three-point shots for the Warriors. The Pistons gave up a ton of easy baskets in the paint, 54 points to be exact.
  • Note to self and fellow Pistons fans. It’s great to watch games like this when you can hit the fast forward and double speed button. It lessons the pain.
  • Gigi got some time scoring 10 and knocking down a couple of three-pointers.  Detroit is in desperate need of outside shooting, hopefully he can help.
  • In case you’re wondering the Pistons Andre Drummond is the fifth best center in the league and has one of the best shooting percentages. Andre led the Pistons with 16 points and 14 boards in the loss.
Greg Monroe Pistons vs Warriors

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  • Greg Monroe continues to play well and clearly been this teams best player since the season started. Monroe scored 15 with 5 boards, and two steals in 30 minutes on the floor.
  • Detroit on a four game losing streak going into Sacramento.
  • It’s great that the Pistons are scoring, but they wont win many games if they can’t hold teams below 100 points.
  • Golden State shot 50% from downtown and 60% on the night.
  • Josh Smith 18 minutes with two points on 1-of-6 shooting.
  • Caldwell-Pope 4-of-11 for nine points.  You can see he’s go a nice game, I’m just not sure if he’s ready yet.
  • The Warriors biggest lead was 29 points.
  • I suggest you don’t watch the low-lights.
  • I’m doing a mind erase on this one and hoping that two days rest with help the Pistons get their third win in Sacramento on Friday.
7 Responses to "The Warriors Pummel The Pistons"
  1. edt says:

    Mo cheeks = Mo clueless. Isn’t he supposed to be some kind of genius point guard coach. What the hell is he doing out there letting us get burned on the perimeter like that. I know I was supposed to wait for a month before throwing him in the fire, but after a loss like this, I’m ready. Pitchforks!

  2. Jake says:

    Thank god I went to sleep at halftime

  3. Julian says:

    Cheeks has no choice but to start Dre, Moose, JSmoove, and Jennings. How long is he going to throwing Billups out there as a starter? Start Stuckey and give KCP some playing time/experience coming off the bench. By the end of the year KCP will be our starter at SG. Chauncey needs to mentor the rookies but he should way down the depth chart at guard. If Cheeks does do something soon, he will not be coaching long in the D.

  4. Tycoon says:

    I bet Mo is in the hot seat right now considering how impatient Gores can be. Next two games should be winnable or he’s nearing an early exit.

  5. The Fan says:

    EDT, I think I feel the same way. lol.

  6. terry says:

    Not panicking, Detroit has had the toughest schedule up to this point in the league. That with a new team and coach, and a pg that missed all of preseason so i already knew the chemistry would be lacking. They threw Billups a bone and started him out of respect and fan support, but that wont last long. They are showcasing Stucky for trade bait, and they will make a trade to free up minutes for the future. I new going in that the beginning of the season would be rocky, I just hope to not have to endure another loss like that one though

  7. Rosheed says:

    Pistons are going to the playoffs guaransheed!!

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2014 - 2015 Schedule

Washington
Oct-30       102-113
@ Memphis
Nov-1       108-111 OT
Boston
Nov-3       87-77
Indiana
Nov-5       99-91
Oklahoma
Nov-8       119-110
@ Portland
Nov-11       103-109
@ Golden State
Nov-12       95-113
@ Sacramento
Nov-15       97-90
@ LA Lakers
Nov-17       99-114
New York
Nov-19       86-92
@ Atlanta
Nov-20       85-93
Atlanta
Nov-22       96-89
@ Brooklyn
Nov-24       109-97
Milwaukee
Nov-25       94-113
Chicago
Nov-27       99-79
LA Lakers
Nov-29       106-102
Philadelphia
Dec-1       100-115
@ Miami
Dec-3       107-97
@ Milwaukee
Dec-4       105-98
@ Chicago
Dec-7       92-75
Miami
Dec-8       110-95
Minnesota
Dec-10       121-94
@ New Orleans
Dec-11       106-111 OT
Brooklyn
Dec-13       99-103
Portland
Dec-15       111-109 OT
@ Indiana
Dec-16       101-96
@ Boston
Dec-18       107-106
Charlotte
Dec-20       116-106
Houston
Dec-21       114-97
@ Cleveland
Dec-23       115-92
@ Orlando
Dec-27       92-109
@ Washington
Dec-28       82-106
Washington
Dec-30       106-99
Memphis
Jan-5       112-84
@ New York
Jan-7       85-89
@ Toronto
Jan-8       91-112
@ Philadelphia
Jan-10       114-104
Phoenix
Jan-11       108-110
Utah
Jan-17       110-89
@ Washington
Jan-18       104-98
LA Clippers
Jan-20       112-103
@ Milwaukee
Jan-22       101-104
New Orleans
Jan-24       103-101
@ Dallas
Jan-26       106-116
Orlando
Jan-28       87-103
@ Atlanta
April-8       102-95
Philadelphia
Feb-1       96-113
@ Miami
Feb-3       96-102
@ Orlando
Feb-5       98-112
Brooklyn
Feb-7       95-111
Denver
Feb-8       109-125
San Antonio
Feb-10       100-109
Cleveland
Feb-12       93-89
Charlotte
Feb-18       108-96
@ Charlotte
Feb-19       98-116
Atlanta
Feb-21       107-115
Dallas
Feb-22       113-102
Golden State
Feb-24       104-96
@ San Antonio
Feb-26       110-120
@ Houston
Mar-1       118-110
New York
Mar-3       85-96
Chicago
Mar-5       105-94
@ Minnesota
Mar-7       101-114
@ Boston
Mar-9       111-118
Sacramento
Mar-11       89-99
@ Toronto
Mar-12       87-101
Indiana
Mar-15       112-104 OT
@ Denver
Mar-19       109-118
@ Phoenix
Mar-21       92-98
@ LA Clippers
Mar-22       103-112
@ Utah
Mar-24       114-94
Cleveland
Mar-26       97-96
Miami
Mar-28       110-78
@ Philadelphia
Mar-29       98-123
Milwaukee
Mar-31       111-116
@ Indiana
Apr-2       94-101
@ Brooklyn
Apr-4       104-116
Boston
Apr-5       111-115
@ Cleveland
Apr-9       100-122
@ Chicago
Apr-11       98-106
Toronto
Apr-13       116-107
@ Oklahoma
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