Tayshaun Ties Career High

by | Dec 2, 2006 | 11 comments

Tayshaun tied his career high again with 31 points against the Knicks Friday night. He also was a gaudy 6 for 7 from three point range. Check out the post game interview with Prince where he talks about his performance and his highlights of the game. My favorite highlight being the alley oop from Rip where he looks like he starts at the sideline.

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Tayshaun Prince Dec 1st Post Game Interview

Video courtesy of myTV20 Detroit

11 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    TAY TAY!

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  2. Anonymous

    He was so good.
    I LOVE TAYSHAUN!!

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  3. Anonymous

    Tayshaun was amazing in the game!
    If it didn’t hit those threes in the fourth quarter I don’t think we win that game.

    Natalie I was wondering if you could make a holiday wallpaper of the guys.

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  4. Anonymous

    Natalie, do you have his 24 seconds he did in the pre-game show.

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  5. Anonymous

    Thank you for getting this up just like you said you would. I was a this game and it lloked like tayshaun may have wanted to get the ball to beat his 31 points. I had really good seats and could see him going to the bench after the inbound and someone was fouled it looked like he was saying to the guys on the bench that he wanted to the ball but it was given to someone else. I would have liked to see him beat the 31 but am happy with how well he played he really is stepping it up this year I hope he can keep it up

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  6. Anonymous

    Sorry Tay I meant he not it.

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  7. Natalie

    I didn’t tape the PreGame last night, for some reason my cable guide said there wasn’t one.

    I am sure I will catch it next time they play it. When they do I will get it up. Sorry about that.

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  8. Natalie

    Good Idea about the Holiday paper… I will see what kind inspiration I get. I just made a new Tayshaun Prince Wall that I will have up by tomorrow.

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  9. Anonymous

    It’s hard to NOT like Tayshaun. He’s a humble and, it seems, just plain friendly kind of guy. He’s also very eloquent when he talks too. The guy has it all, and I’m glad he’s on our side! 🙂

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  10. Anonymous

    Thanks Natalie, I will wait for your Tay 24 seconds so I finally could watch it. I don’t live in USA, and I am not Amercian, but I love Tay and Pistons as all of you. Thanks Natalie again. By the way, some newpaper said that Sheed got six Ts, some said seven, which is right, I think he has six.

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  11. Anonymous

    tay! fresh from CPT. lol i live in california but was born in detroit and im the hugest piston fan on the west coast. i went to the home game against the lakers last month, and im going to the clipper game in march. tayshaun better make all stars this year. ive been voting almost everyday for our starting 5. I rep the D up in cali. hahah

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