Forget Thunder that was a crippling storm

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The Thunder rolled over the Pistons in convincing fashion Monday night in 79-99. Key Points: Detroit was down by 17 in the first quarter. You knew it was going to be bad when Westbrook gave the Pistons an IN YOUR FACE dunk within the first few minutes of the ball game. Despite the 20 point […]

Bynumite Ankle Breaker

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So what if the he Pistons lost their 9th game in a row to the Miami Heat 98-81 Wednesday night at the Palace.  And so what if Charlie Villanueva isn’t all that happy that John Kuester is giving his time to the Rookies to see what they can do. I’ll tell you why you shouldn’t […]

Will Bynum with DUNKs of the Year!

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Five foot nothing Will “The Thrill” Bynum, put more thunder in the Palace than I can remember in quite some time. The first one brought the house down and the second one that started with a block, just added Will to legendary status. You got DUNKED on Tyson Chandler! If the dunk wasn’t good enough, […]

The Pistons vs. The Magic

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Update: Final Score: Pistons103 Magic 110 Due to a lack of time and technical difficulties I’m not recapping this one but after reading Patrick Hayes over at MLive I would have to say I agree with him for the most part.  Good to see Charlie V finally put it together and impressed with Day and […]

Team Need4Sheed Podcast is Back

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Our good friends Bennie and Jeff are back with their first Podcast of the season.  Did you miss their Top five lists, because I did. We even have a new Sponsor for the program so make sure that you visit our new sponsor “Dwight Howard’s 17 Minute Chicken Shack” Don’t forget please leave Bennie and […]

The Pistons vs. The Bucks

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The Pistons are in Milwaukee tonight, hopefully to bounce back from the pretty ugly home opening loss against the Thunder last night. Richard Hamilton will not be in uniform again for the Pistons.  Without Rip in the lineup last night the Pistons shot 37.1 percent from the field, but Ben Gordon filled in and scored […]

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. 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, who […]

The Pistons over The Bucks

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The Pistons win a tight one last night in Milwaukee 95-93 (Box Score). If you take a look at the box score Detroit’s rotation was probably close to what we are going to see on Wednesday when the season begins. Austin Daye started again for the injured Tayshaun Prince with Ben Wallace at center and […]

A Rare Rout

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The Pistons went on a 10-0 run to start things off in Madison Square Garden Wednesday night and never looked back. Detroit’s rare rout could be just the thing to ease them into what they have in store for them come playoff time. The win 113-86 victory puts Detroit in a tie with Chicago for […]

Get to know Will Bynum

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Will Bynum has played so well since he landed in Detroit that he keeps Pistons fans wanting more. We know what he can do on court, but here is a little background on Will’s journey to the Detroit and our hearts. And yes I need to make a cartoon Will ASAP.

Iverson Gets His First Win in a Pistons Uniform

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Allen Iverson got his first win in a Pistons uniform Tuesday night in Sacramento. Detroit’s 100-92 victory over The Kings looked like it might not come as the Pistons once again started the game out of sync while the Kings got off to an early 15 point lead. Key Points: The first thing that made […]

The Pistons are in Cali…Rodney Stuckey still in Detroit

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Your update on Rodney Stuckey: He didn’t make the trip to California. “When the Pistons boarded their flight to Sacramento on Monday morning, they were another point guard short of a full team. One week after the Pistons traded Chauncey Billups in the deal for Allen Iverson, Rodney Stuckey stayed home for further medical observation […]