The Past and The Future

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It seems like just yesterday that Pistons fans were celebrating a Championship.  It doesn’t seem that long ago that Detroit had a starting five that were familiar, solid, loved and envied league wide.  It really was just a short time ago that we continually got ready for a long playoff ride filled with joy and [...]

2009-2010 Detroit Pistons Introductions

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As always, The Detroit Pistons 2009-2010 Detroit Pistons Introductions followed by a very heartfelt dedication to Pistons owner and Member of the Basketball Hall of Fame Bill Davidson. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFy6h2KlDag Ben Wallace with a HUGE ovation and being there I can tell you that he had to have felt the love in the building.  Ben Gordon, [...]

Deja Vu? The Dismantling of The Detroit Bad Boys

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As a Pistons fan in what seems like unfamiliar territory watching this seasons’ NBA Playoffs, it took me back to a time when things changed for the Pistons. You can say as fans that we are spoiled, six consecutive ECF appearance with a two Championship showings and one NBA title.  I don’t call it spoiled, [...]

Around The Way

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The Pistons have a Need 4 Sheed, but he wont be back just yet.  No Texas swing for Roscoe. George Blaha reflects on Mr. Davidson on the Deminski and Doyle show. (Audio) 10 most hated players in the NBA Mr. D did things the right way. Still a little upset by this. But you have [...]

Pistons vs. Grizzlies

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The Pistons take on the 16-48 Memphis Grizzlies in an early afternoon game at The Palace of Auburn Hills. An early Sunday game shouldn’t play a big factor in the outcome of this game, although the fact that the team is down two key players in Allen Iverson and Rasheed Wallace may, especially since the [...]

Overtime Triumph in Toronto

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The Pistons once again let a fourth quarter lead slip away that led to a too-easy Calderon layup that sent the game into overtime. Detroit pulled away with a 9-0 run to begin OT, but Marion’s free throw pulled Toronto within 97-94 with 52 seconds left. Rodney Stuckey turned the ball over on the other [...]