Pistons Clinch The Central Division

by | Mar 20, 2006 | 3 comments

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The Pistons beat the Hawks 91 – 84 and clinched the Central Division Title. Rasheed Wallace was the leading scorer with 26 points and he also became the first player in NBA history to get 100 blocks and 100 three pointers in two consecutive seasons.

I can tell you one thing that I did notice at the game tonight and that was our defense was on point. Ben looks like he’s making a conscious effort to get the Pistons back to their trademark defense, something that has been pretty much non existent lately. Tayshaun seems to have his rhythm back, scoring 18 with three assists. We were even treated to some Delfino minutes, six to be exact, I just wish we could have seen him a bit more. Delk was a DNP against his former team.

As you can see there is still a little of Darko left at the Palace, just take a look at the ticket. I believe that picture is from the one game he started late last season against the Hawks. Also, I can’t stop laughing every time they announce Zaza Pachulia, for some reason the name just cracks me up. Come on it’s ZAZA! Im still waiting for some comic relief from resident NBA comedian J.E. Skeets but he’s got his hands full with the whole Brandy and Lebron situation.

Here is the Rasheed Wallace’s post game interview.

Right click and save or click to watch. Video courtesy of FSN Detroit.


  1. Ree

    i love when he has good games!

    k im glad you put the post interview on, coz last nite, after it was done and they went back to the studio, she appologized for Sheed using a foul word. i didnt hear it yesterday and i still dont hear it today. do you what it was? maybe im just used to these words lol.

  2. Anonymous

    i think when he said get the ship at t he end of the interview they took it as sh*t

  3. jeb

    i do like that ticket with darko on it


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