Around The Way

by | Feb 5, 2007 | 2 comments

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  • Twitter interviews Free Press Pistons beat reporter Krista Jahnke on the what it’s like to follow the Pistons.

Rasheed thinks Mason needs copyright protection.

The Celtics are in town and Gerald Green is in the Dunk Contest.

Gilbert vs. Duke.

New Warrior Stephen Jackson put 36 on Indiana in Indiana.

I love the title of this.


  1. garold

    Interesting interview with Krista. Regarding thoughts on trade scenarios, if Bonzi Wells is off the trade block, with John Lucas III or Kirk Snyder possibly available, why would Houston want two guards back, in Murray and Blalock? I don’t like this one anyway, because neither is a 3pt shooter. The one trade that would make more sense would be Murray and Blalock for Juan Dixon, but she says that Portland probably wouldn’t do that. This sorta puts the Pistons nowhere in dealing Flip Murray, unless they do indeed trade Nazr and package him.

  2. molly p.

    sheed is right, Mason should get copyright protection on his signautre sayings..

    i hate the PA guy in Cleveland. For christs sake, be clever and come up with your own stuff…


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