Who Wants Flip Saunders Autographed Dry Erase Clip Board?

by | Jan 27, 2007 | 16 comments

From time to time The Pistons put autographed items up for auction with the proceeds going to charity. If you check out the auction page you can bid on this baby.

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A Flip Saunders autographed dry erase clip board, that has a starting bid of $50.00. There are no bids on it thus far and it’s been up for 3 days. Even if you’re not a Flip fan couldn’t you just Dry Erase his autograph and maybe use the clip board to write your grocery list on?

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Also on the auction block is a Chauncey Billups autographed worn t-shirt, along with a Carlos Delfino autographed worn practice jersey. The boys at DetroitBadBoys.com would love to get their hands on the Delfino jersey, but I am sure it would cause some inner turmoil over who would get custody of it.


  1. Amy

    Natalie, that grocery list is hilarious! I almost peed my pants laughing when I read “new coach”. You are too clever! 🙂

  2. Matt W.

    Tough call! I think we’d probably have to flip a coin — winner gets the Delfino practice jersey, loser gets a Flip Murray game-worn jersey. (With any luck, the Murray jersey will be “retro” in a few weeks!)

  3. Natalie

    I would hate to be the loser on that one Matt….Crossing my fingers on the rest.

  4. Anonymous

    I know I can always come by for a laugh. Thanks Natalie.

  5. AntonioJW

    Hey. I’m new on this blog. How many wins do you think the Pistons can get this year?

  6. Anonymous

    probably the high 40’s of just 50. i think the guys just want to get to the playoffs then handle their business

  7. Anonymous

    I think we should trade flip murray for morris peterson

  8. Big_Ben

    ^^^Whats your explanation on how that trade is going to help us?

  9. AntonioJW

    As much I don’t like this idea, we probably trade Flip to the Cavs for their first or second-round draft choice.

  10. Anonymous

    I’m expecting around 50 wins. That’s all they’ll probably need to be the top seed in the east

    If Flip spent half the time he spent on his signature coming up with ways to win games, the pistons would be winning 80 games a year.

  11. Junior

    ^^^^NO he wouldn’t. Flip couldn’t win 80 games with an ALL-WORLD team. He’d mess up the rotation some how. In my book he’s gone just as Nazr and Murray are gone. That Gophers job is his. And he better take it if he knows whats good for him. Bill Laimbeer is sounding pretty sweet right about now.

  12. garold

    If Jo-Mars lets Flip go, (which I don’t see happening) don’t be so sure he’ll go the Gophers. He might take his clipboard to Cleveland; just for spite. Believe me, it will be a hot item there.

    Trivia Question: In two words or less, who is the Piston Coach with the all-time best, regular single season record?

  13. Junior

    how many playoff series has that same coach won? oh and championships?

  14. garold

    BUZZ No cigar… two words please ;>) We’re not in the playoffs now.

    It’s ridiculous beating a dead horse… > it ain’t happening.

    Maybe Davidson will sell the team, and then they could hire Larry(stab-in-the back) Brown back;! *LMAO*

    This board is starting to sound like a Cavs board… the sky is falling, the sky is falling…

  15. garold

    Anonymous said…
    I think we should trade flip murray for morris peterson

    *ROTFLMAO* That’s what I’m talkin’ bout… now that’s pure Cleveland mentality at it’s finest!
    Bet Toronto is chomping at the bit waiting for that offer!

  16. Anonymous

    Flip Saunders is now 500-361 in 11 NBA seasons, after Detroit’s 95-87 victory over the Pacers, including 89-35(.717) in one-plus seasons with Detroit.

    Way to go, Flip!


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