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by | May 18, 2006 | 9 comments

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You have all suffered because I was late to jump on the farlane bandwagon. Need4Sheed constant supporter farlane has a great blog with an awesome NBA Comix section. He is so on point with this milk carton comic. If you like that one be sure to check out the rest of them, you are in for a treat.

I just found out that one of my favorite bloggers The Mighty MJD is a Pistons fan. Go check out what he thinks about Wednesday’s game.

Detroit Bad Boys summed it up right here. This one might make you feel a bit better.

Free Darko is not too happy with Flip.

The Cavalier has his own opinion.

9 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    The Pistons are in trouble down 3-2 and on there way to Cleveland I am a long time Piston fan and I know when my team is not playing at full length. There playing like the Hawks I’m sorry it’s over we lost our ring.

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  2. Anonymous

    anyone who thinks its over right now give me a dam break. did cleveland piss and moan when they were down 0-2? hell no they got back and took the series lead. so if the pistons cant win when their down how does that make them any better than the cavs you all were trashing back last week? the pistons are fine lets have some faith and get ready to watch a real basketball game friday night. anyone who calls themselves a pistons fan better just shut up about this series being over shit. GO PISTONS

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  3. G.J. Tozzi Jr.

    They can do it. Their worst enemy is themselves. I’ve been going to these games and watched them on TV for a long time. That’s not our team on the court. I expect a great game with a lot of fire and passion with very few turnovers by the Pistons. They’ve answered the bell in the past and they can do it again. Though If they turn it over too much they will not be themselves and will lose. But when they are themselves they are almost unstoppable. Even if they don’t get it done this year, they are still not an old team and have plenty of talent to make great runs for the next 3-4 years. BTW ~ We still have Dumars, and he’ll be able to build up another great team later on in his career. GO PISTONS!!!!!!

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  4. G.J. Tozzi Jr.

    They can do it. Their worst enemy is themselves. I’ve been going to these games and watched them on TV for a long time. That’s not our team on the court. I expect a great game with a lot of fire and passion with very few turnovers by the Pistons. They’ve answered the bell in the past and they can do it again. Though If they turn it over too much they will not be themselves and will lose. But when they are themselves they are almost unstoppable. Even if they don’t get it done this year, they are still not an old team and have plenty of talent to make great runs for the next 3-4 years. BTW ~ We still have Dumars, and he’ll be able to build up another great team later on in his career. GO PISTONS!!!!!!

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  5. Anonymous

    has anyone ever considered that they are human and make mistakes?
    i have been a long time pistons fan, the last 3 games have me sick to my stomach… but there is something different about the pistons.
    no they’re not gone missing. they are there, full aware of whats going on and might even have a knowning hand of how this series is going/ending.
    every person has a price. i wouldnt be surprised if the pistons were shown the right amount. it just doesnt feel right. but then again everyone makes mistakes.

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  6. Anonymous

    Not Making any excuses but something def aint right with our boys^ Not sayin what it has to do with but I just dont see them playin like that for 3 games.. The cavs are good but not that good…

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  7. Anonymous

    I really like Need4Sheed.com more and more every day because I read the other fan sites and they talk trash about everyone else to make themselves and their fanbase feel better.

    The lack of trash talk and everything else you stand for here is really a nice break from that monotony. Keep it up!

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  8. Anonymous

    The cavs are a great team, and Lebron James is the new Legend of the NBA. Last we had the Jordan Era, then a blank space with arguments over who was best, and now we indeed have the Lebron Era. Cleveland’s conference semi-final win over your overconfident Pistons will only be a spark on the torch that LBJ has been handed by the former Legend named above. Watch the Cavs’ next series against the Heat, and you will see what I mean.

    Pistons fans, go get your tickets for next season, because this playoff series ends on Friday.

    GO CAVS.

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  9. Anonymous

    “It seems like NBA was looking for a new air Jordan character to give NBA some spotlight because it’s losing some grounds… Although, with the pistons surprising everybody in 2004 it picked up some fan base and changed up the game but they still wanted a Jordan… So the commissioner decided that Detroit Pistons should not sweep the cav’s lets make this a 7 game series lets go and fix this game up not only by ref’s but also by talkin some of the pistons into it… They created their JORDAN and game 7 god knows what will happen… Depending on how they want the game fixed… because detroit can come back 2007 and win it… but NBA can’t wait another year for a new JORDAN… with a legendary Lebron they will have the same sort of revenues pouring in like the times Jordan was at it… I think the believing part for the cavs was up till game 7… it sure sparked all of C-town and got them clapping up and jumping… more people are appreciating the game… and even Lebron is somewhat appreciating his team now… he will stay for another year and not whine like last time… Well… a hero has been made.. thank you commissioner…” – written by Tariq Kamall

    I thought with all the media focused on lebron etc etc… this make’s it pretty interesting? but again this was my view no one elses haha…

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