The Pistons Take Down The Sixers In Philly

by | Mar 29, 2006 | 5 comments

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The Pistons beat the Sixers 101 – 91 setting a franchise record for most road wins in a season, with 26. The Pistons record is now 57 and 14, with just 11 games left in the regular season. Billups and McDyess were Detroit’s leading scorers with 18 each.

  • Billups – 18
  • Hamilton – 16
  • R. Wallace – 14
  • Prince – 16
  • B. Wallace – 6
  • McDyess – 18
  • Hunter – 9

It’s hard to stop a team that has the kind of weapons that the Pistons do. When you play a team like the Sixers you know you have to stop Iverson and maybe Webber but what do you do with the Pistons. If you concentrate on one of our guns another one will start firing. This had been the main problem for Pistons opponents.

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Detroit also gained another game on Dallas after they lost to the Cavs 107 – 94, putting The Pistons two games ahead of The Spurs and three and a half games ahead of The Mavs, for the best record in the NBA.

I would also like to get people talking about Antonio McDyess for The Sixth Man of the Year. Dyess has been on fire all year and I don’t think he gets the credit he deserves. Is there even any talk of him when mentioning the Sixth Man Award? Whether he wins or not Dyess is having a hell of a year, and I attribute a lot of the Pistons W’s to him. Antonio on the bench is like having six starters.

On to Mr. Rasheed Wallace, Sheed as always added a couple of very enjoyable clips from the Sixers game. It’s always nice to see Sheed having fun.

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5 Comments

  1. gongon

    great point about dice. He should be the six man of the year and he should be reconigzed for what hes doing this year. Its great to see him heathly and his knee isnt a problem for him anymore. Also he deserves more respect from the refs, alot of the fouls called on him r cheap ones.

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  2. Ree

    I love our boys!

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  3. Anonymous

    so Funny I think sheed would make a great coach.

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  4. Anonymous

    i love our boys

    random i know… but how do you get the pictures to look like that??

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  5. Natalie

    Some tweaking in Photoshop makes them look like that.

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