How about Tayshaun

by | Mar 4, 2007 | 5 comments

No time for the usual recap right now but I just wanted to praise the play of Tayshaun Prince, who not only kept the Pistons in the Miami game but was instrumental in their win against Memphis. And lets not forget, a hell of a block.

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  1. Dor

    I just wrote it here few days ago – this kid is great but he can do better – and now he does!

    What a great player, his offense, defense, leadership, basketball IQ… everything is so great about him – he just need to me more consistent – like he was in these back-to-back games, showed everybody how great he is, even though Pistons fans already know.. but want to see more!

    We love you Tay!!! Prince of the Palace!!! 🙂

  2. Anonymous

    Tay is a great player, when can carry this team when they need him to, he steps it but when the pistons need him, he does what ever he is asked to do. I hope this is the tay we will see going forward to the playoffs. I know it is anyway. Not that good of a win lastnight but it was all tay and if he had not of played so well and took over in the forth there would have been another lose to but in the books.

  3. Anonymous

    i love tayshaun he played great and that was a great block similar 2 the reggie miller 1

  4. Anonymous

    i saw the blcok in person. it was so great. harrington(the guy he blocked) just laid on the floor, kinda shocked.

    the memphis psports page ran a story about chauncey looking at the grizzles as an option for next year. say it ain’t so…

  5. Travis

    That Memphis block was sick, but Natalie, did you Notice Tay’s right foot was clearly over the line on his desperation 3? I don’t know how the refs missed that, but I don’t mind.


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