Tayshaun Prince Highlights

by | Apr 30, 2007 | 17 comments

In honor of Tayshaun Prince being named to the All-Defensive Second Team, here is a great highlight video of “The Prince Of The Palace” doing his thing.

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  1. Eric

    I’ve loved this kid since he played for Kentucky. I actually hate Kentucky basketball too, but there was something about the way he played. What a great draft pick for the Pistons– outstanding and fearless defender, great finisher on the break, great (although unconventional) shooter, extremely durable. His post moves are still developing; however, when the team is committed to feeding him the ball in the post he’s already nearly unstoppable. Nice highlight video. I certainly appreciated it!

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  2. Bianca

    I love tay tay!
    He used to go to Big Boys right across Rochester High School with Chauncey and they were really nice to everyone there.
    Yay Tayshaun!

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  3. Amanda

    “There goes my hero–watch him as he goes!”

    That is a great song for that highlight video.

    Here’s hoping we’ll see plenty of Tayshaun action in the next series and for the rest of the Playoffs! CHEERS!

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  4. Anonymous

    Prince is the most underrated player in the NBA.

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  5. Jessica

    I love Tayshaun so much!
    He is such a great player.

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  6. eric

    By the way, Tayshaun has a HUGE matchup with Luol Deng in this next series. I’ve been watching Deng a whole lot this season (given how many Bulls games are on Comcast SportsNet here in Illinois), and he’s legit. He’ll be an All-Star before long, and he was certainly deserving of a spot on the East squad this season. Tayshaun’s defense is going to be extremely important. Deng rarely misses open jumpshots, although he never shoots 3-pointers. His mid-range game reminds me of a young Rip Hamilton. If Tayshaun does a good job on Deng defensively, the Bulls are going to struggle to score enough points to keep up with the frontcourt scoring of Sheed, C-Webb, and Dyess (thanks to an offensively inept Ben Wallace!).

    GO PISTONS

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  7. Anonymous

    That was the sweetest thing ever!!

    ya the song went with it to

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  8. Anonymous

    BASKETBALL!

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  9. mj-jr

    dude that is a pack!/ tay tay one more time, go south lyon MI peace

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  10. Anonymous

    LAPEER MICHIGAN!

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  11. Anonymous

    great video ! prince is the best, he should have been first team defense though.

    – vin
    connecitcut

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  12. Anonymous

    Yes, he should have been first team defense. I LOVE TAY!!!

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  13. jess

    PISTONS-bulls games 1 & 2 saturday and monday!!!

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  14. Anonymous

    I could watch the behind the back move on iverson all day.

    -Junior

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  15. Anonymous

    I never seen so much raw determination and talent in one kid.

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  16. Anonymous

    tay is the best!

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