Dallas Dominates Game 2

by | Jun 11, 2006 | 18 comments

Dallas takes game two 99-85. For those who didn’t watch the game it was not as close as the score would have you believe, Dallas what up by as much as 27 at one point. Shaq got shut down with just five points in the game. Antoine Walker was still on the verge of tears.

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18 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    DON’T MESS WITH TEXAS!

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  2. Anonymous

    Mavs are just too quick!

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  3. Anonymous

    haha, niicee

    heyy..i dont know if you watched pistons weakly but i missed it and my friend said there was a recap of the piston season and i just wanted to know if it was possible if u could post it..

    thank you

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  4. Natalie

    I am not going to post the whole episode but there was a nice video at the end that I will have up on the site soon.

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  5. Anonymous

    yesss.. thank you! i loove that video! i cried & laughed during it & i really wanted my friend up there to see it =)

    thanks, Maranda

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  6. Anonymous

    that video was one of the best piston videos ever [period]
    ;sad but really cutee
    i love our guysss

    =] we`ll be backk

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  7. Anonymous

    if the PISTONS won ovr miami, Detoit will be lwading the finals 2-0 againts Dallas…….

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  8. Anonymous

    Last night’s game was a good ‘ol fashion Texas beat-down. Miami will not come back from this. They don’t have the skill to compete at this level. There are only three teams in the league that do right now, and two of them decided to take an early vacation this year.

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  9. Anonymous

    how soon can you post the video?? now i really want to see it!

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  10. Anonymous

    Aww, I really want to see it too…Thanks Natalie, I cant wait!

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  11. Anonymous

    Detroit would have lost to Dallas in the finals, they would NOT be up 2-0!

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  12. Liv

    lmfao@Walker.

    For the person that said had Detroit got past Miami, Dallas would be up 2-0 in the series: If the Pistons played like they had recently, there would be no doubt Dallas would take the series. But if the Pistons had maintained their intensity throughout the playoffs, the series would be tied up at the very least.

    Y’all are right about one thing, though…Miami can’t compete. Pat Riley dismantled one sub-par roster, for an even more sub-par roster, and sabatoged a perfectly good coach. Dallas has this wrapped up. I’m still bummed that it wasn’t Detroit, but I’m glad the better team will take it.

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  13. Anonymous

    Glad to see this hilarious pic. I’m glads it covers up the ugly fact that ‘Toine HAS NO EARS ANYWAY. Weird. No wonder he can’t hear his coaches screaming “Noooooooo, don’t take that three!” Looks like a big ole earthworm.

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  14. Anonymous

    You Detroit fans are the ones that are a bunch of babies… The Heat have dominated in the past two games at home in Miami, showing that they truly are a NBA Finals team… Just get over it… the Heat beat the Pistons. Quit your whining…

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  15. Anonymous

    SO, DETROIT BEAT MIAMI LAST YEAR! SERIES IS TIED 1-1!

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  16. Anonymous

    MIAMI FANS=BANDWAGON JUMPERS! YALL DIDNT SHOW UP UNTIL THE HEAT STARTED TO WIN!

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  17. Anonymous

    Hey all you sor loosers out there just face it THE PISTONS ARE THE BEST nba TEAM EVER!! Why dont cha all just shut up. Pistons are better then you and your team.

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  18. Anonymous

    That’s RIGHT!! Detroit did BEAT MIAMI in MIAMI to advance to the finals for the SECOND STRAIGHT year!! And may I remind you that Detroit is the first team to advance to the Eastern Confernce Finals For 3 CONSECUTIVE YEARS? The first team since the Bulls in the 90’s to do so. So SHUT THE FUCK UP you damn Miami Fan.This is your FIRST NBA Finals while Detroit has been to FOUR!! You may have beaten the Pistons but it was not as bad as they beat you last year!! I mean how could you lose a game seven AT HOME!!That shows how inexperienced and lacking your team is. If Detroit had been in that position they would’ve kicked ASS!! So enjoy your championship WHILE YOU CAN!! DETROITS COMING FOR YOU NEXT YEAR!! WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! DEEEEEEEEETROIT BAAAAASSSSKETBALL!!

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