Sunday’s Quotes And Interviews

by | May 28, 2006 | 10 comments

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Our Friends at Pistons Forum.com have a ton of practice day interviews from Sunday May, 28th. All the usual suspects have something to say.

10 Comments

  1. Ree

    flip’s answers DO NOT inspire any hope in me. there is no confidence. Ben n Sheed seem crazy angry right now.

    no one seems to want the ring this year and when they say they do, it’s all talk.

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  2. Natalie

    I agree Ree… It’s getting weird.

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  3. Anonymous

    Having followed them all year and seeing all the fun they were having, now they just seem frustrated and angry. Is there more to these ankle injuries than we know? Having Cleveland take us to 7 seems to really have sapped our energy. I’d like to think they can pull it out, but they just look out of synch now. The past 2 years nobody beat us in the fourth quarter. This year, we were beat many times in the fourth–but fortunately had large leads during the regular season. In the playoffs, we’re the ones that seem out of gas in the fourth quarter. Not only are we constantly being outscored, the other team is putting up big numbers in the fourth. For a team that going into the playoffs looked like a sure winner, we shouldn’t be struggling this hard. Tonight’s game is a must. We have lost 5 out of the last 8. I don’t believe if we go down 3-1, we can win 3 in a row now. Even winning tonight, I still say it is up in the air. I hate to sound negative, but where are the Pistons I saw for the first 60 games of the season!

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  4. Anonymous

    This is very disheartening to hear Prince and Wallace x 2 say the same thing about 1) Defense has gotten loose, 2) Pistons don’t like Hack-a-Shaq 3) Too much focus on the offense of only a few individuals.

    If they lose this series, I don’t think Saunders will stay another year. If he does, I really think Ben will sign else where.

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  5. Anonymous

    I agree with the last message. I know it sounds crazy when a coach “wins” 64 games, but I think if we lose this series, Flip has to go. We are really being out-coached in the playoffs. Our trademark defense seems to have disappeared and for all the talk of a new offense, we can barely score 20 points a quarter now. It seems more likely that if Flip stays (unless we win), that Ben will go–and if Ben goes, the Pistons will lose their identity.

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  6. Anonymous

    Anybody else like the lopsided calls tonight by the refs???
    As soon as the Pistons pull ahead,
    Wallace x 2 automatically gets called for their 5th fouls and they get pulled out.

    And that little bitch flopper, Wade, keep flopping hard like that, you will end up like McGrady and Carter with bad backs.

    If Miami goes onto the Finals, I hope they get their butts kicked by Dallas. There is no God, if an obnoxious team with Riley, Wade, Mourning, and Fatso O’Neal get to the Finals.

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  7. Anonymous

    Well, I can’t watch anymore–there are about 3 minutes left in the 4th and we are down by 14 having starting the quarter only down by 2. Our shooting percentage this quarter–33% (4/12); theirs 73% (8/11). So far for the game were 39%, they are 56%. This is what I was referring to in my earlier message above about the 4th quarter–we don’t win them anymore and although I hope we pull an amazing comeback, I know I will look tomorrow morning and we will be down 3-1. I’m frustrated, I know the Pistons must be also.

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  8. Anonymous

    Bith flpper!!!!!!! is that because the whole pistons team can’t stop him???? Anyways, that is the usual for the pistons and their fans; any time they lose it’s not because the other team is better and out played them throughout the game but it’s because they gave it up. pshhh, I really wished the pistons would have lost against cleveland, that would have made so happy. Anyways, you can already count them out from now. I recall everyone praising Saunders during the regular season. However, now that the pistons are getting owned from a better team, it’s the coach’s and perhaps the officials’ faults.

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  9. Anonymous

    j

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  10. Anonymous

    Bitch flopper!!!! A pistons fan is talking about bitchin. Man, this team never admits that they are being outplayed by the other team. If you call Dwayne Wade who is better than every single player on the pistons a bitch, what would you call your players???? Anyways, the good news is there is one game to go without coming back. Hopefully, that would be in the palace. If not, it will be settled in Miami. Also, I recall during the regular season pistons’ players and fans praising Saunders as being the “best thing that happened since signing the endorcements”, well now that you are losing, it’s his fault or the officials’ fault.

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