I stumbled upon this #Pistons goodie in my archives today and thought it might put a smile on your face.
Detroit may not be playing as well as when Sheed, Chauncey and Ben Wallace were All Stars, but it’s moments like this that have nothing to do with win or losses that make you remember the good times at The Palace of Auburn Hills.
I’m sure Sheed can take Alfonso Ribeiro in a dance off.
The Pistons host the 24-18 Dallas Mavericks tonight for an early 7:00 PM start at The Palace. The Pistons will try to extend their winning streak to three games with a win tonight against old friend Rick Carlisle and the Mavs.
This will be the second game with new sixth man Richard Hamilton coming off the bench for Detroit. So look for him to keep trying to adjust to his new roll coming off the bench. If Will Bynum does anything it’s going to be getting Rip the ball.
Good News/Bad News:
- The Mavs would love to get back on track after being annihilated by THE MILWAUKEE BUCKS 133-99 Wednesday.
- Detroit and Dallas have alternated wins and losses in their last eight meetings at The Palace.
- Mark Cuban may start dancing
Tip off is at 7:00 P.M. and will be locally broadcast on FSN and Nationally on ESPN. If you can’t watch the broadcast, tune into 1130 AM WDFN The Fan, with pre-game coverage starting at 6:00 P.M. with Matt Dery. Can’t do either? Follow the game on NBA.com.
New Prince Dance…..
Courtesy of an Arron Afflalo reverse Dunk
of The Pistons loss to Atlanta. I don’t know what’s more priceless, Afllalo or The Pistons bench reaction.