First To 5o -The Pistons Over The Bobcats 94 – 78

by | Mar 13, 2006 | 2 comments

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The Pistons made it 14 in row at home getting their 5oth win against the Bobcats Sunday night. Detroit picked up their defense and basically shut down the Bobcats. It was great to see Tayshaun have a good game, going 10-17, with 23 points and 6 assists. I was surprised that Delfino didn’t see any time until the last minute of the game.

Tony Delk has been huge the last couple of games, coming off the bench and giving the Pistons a spark scoring 11 points in 14 minutes against Charlotte. I can’t believe that he sat most of the season, I love what he brings to the team. Unlike most Pistons fans I was happy to see Arroyo go, for some reason I never really thought he fit with the Pistons. I was so uncomfortable with him at the helm. He always had something to prove when he was on the floor, whether it be in the form of a unnecessary fancy pass or a drive to the bucket that never seemed to go down. I am sure he will thrive in Orlando with all the minutes he’s getting and the room to make mistakes. I think Arroyo would rather have the spotlight right now then win. Tony looks fit and ready to do what he has to do to help our bench get buckets. In a span of about 3 minutes Delk knocked down three triples, here they are.

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  1. Matt

    I love how he’s just waiting for the ball on his third three — like he knows the pass is coming and he can’t wait to jack up the shot as soon as he can.

  2. Natalie

    I was a bit worred he was going to be a shoot first point but I would say he’s coming along. If he’s making them thats fine.


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