It’s Official Round 2 Starts Saturday

by | May 2, 2007 | 24 comments

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The powers that be finally announced the start of The Pistons second round series against The Bulls. Games one and two will be at The Palace Saturday and Monday. Both games will be televised on TNT, but the starting times yet to be announced.

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  1. Anonymous

    so excited! go pistons!!

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  2. Kevin

    I say we hack Ben all night long. I know he made a bunch down the stretch to put Miami away, but no way does he keep that kind of free throw shooting up. Tayshaun still owes Nocioni a solid elbow from a couple years ago.

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  3. Taylor

    Any idea on games 3 and 4 in Chicago? I bought round 2 tickets a month ago in a presale in the hopes that the Pistons would be playing in Chicago and it worked out!

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  4. Natalie

    Taylor…

    They have not announced games 3 or 4 yet.

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  5. Anonymous

    GO PISTONS! this its going to be sweet!! we are just going to OWN BEN! make him pay for leaving the pistons!!

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  6. Anonymous

    Im ready to whatch the pistons crush the bulls and make ben wallace think he should have stayed with the pistons

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  7. Amanda

    Can’t say that I agree with you, Kevin. I don’t believe in the hack-a-whoever strategy. I say we just play good ol’ defense and win this thing the Pistons way.

    DEE-TROIT DOMINATION. Yeah, baby!

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  8. Anonymous

    hinrich and gordon will be owned by rip and chauncy!!!!!! ben will get his butt whipped by us were way to good for the bulls!!!!!!!! go PISTONS

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  9. Anonymous

    WHAY! Nat i saw a pic of you on the link thing, awesome

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  10. jess

    i heard this badd ass song, by i dont know who (i think it might have been juelz santana), about the pistons this morning on mojo in the morning (i like listening to that before i go to school) LOL. it was all about this season. SHEEDS buzzer beater was mentioned and just everything. it was crazy BEAUTIFUL. LOL! it just gets you that much more hype about the playoffs.

    they were suppose to put it up on the site iTunes podcast link (they havent yet) where you can put their chosen audios in your ipod!

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  11. Matt

    I just scored some lower-bowl seats for Game 2! Go Pistons!

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  12. NANDO

    PISTONS SUK!!!!!WE (CHICAGO BULLS) BEAT THEM ALL THE GAMES IN REGULAR SEASON SO BULLS ARE GOIN TO WIN THE SERIES

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  13. Ashley

    i read the most amusing thing about andres nocioni already predicting that the bulls will beat the pistons in game 7 to advance to the conference finals. kind of risky to be running your mouth so soon before the series starts! the playoffs and regular season are completely different playing fields, we were cursed with several injuries everytime we met up with them so with our starting line-up and bench healthy i think it’s really brave on his part to already be predicting things!

    either way i am pumped for this series! it’ll definitely be a good one, stressful too.

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  14. Anonymous

    whoa, nando…your going to feel VERY silly when we(Detroit Pistons) beat you(chicago bulls)

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  15. pistons tiil the daii ii diie

    and also “NANDO” it wasnt all it was 3! chick get it right!!!!!! and dont forget we had players out in 2 of the losses! i cant wait til you regret saying this!!

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  16. nando

    THIS GOES TO PISTONS TIIL THE DAII II DIIE AND REST OF THE DETROIT FANS THE REASON BULLS ARE GOIN TO WIN THE SERIES AND THEY GOT THE BEST DEFENSE AND THE OUTSIDE JUMPERS AND IN THE PAINT WIT PJ AND BEN WALLACE AND STOP HATING ON WALLACE U KNO U GUYS ARE NOT GOIN FAR WITHOUT HIM THATS WHY STOP HATING ON HIM AND HE LEFT DETROIT BECAUSE CHICAGO IS A BEAUTIFUL CITY AND PLAYOFF EXPERIENCE TEAM AND STOP MAKING A BIG DEAL ABOUT RASHEED WALLACES BUZZER BEATER AGAINST NUGGETS THAT WAS PURE LUCK..
    GO BULLS BULLS ARE GOINT O WIN SEREIS

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  17. mike

    run on sentence much?

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  18. Matt

    Yes, Nando, of course the Bulls are playoff savvy with their 3 years of playoff experience while the Pistons have only been to the conference finals for the past 4 seasons. Excellent point.

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  19. Amanda

    Man, nando. I got to hand it to you. You’re a great example of ignorance at its best.

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  20. Justin

    Nando is just trying to stir the pot. We all know why Ben left. Like I said before, he thinks he is a offensive genius and he wasn’t used here in Detroit the way he wanted. Also all the $$$$ he got didn’t hurt either. I am thankful for the part he played in building this team. But once he CHOSE to leave and put on that HIDEOUS!! red, white, and black uni he became a villian to me. And when he decides to retire of course my attitude toward him will change. But this is what being a fan is all about. Rivalries. It is pretty cool to actually have a reason to hate the bulls again. Let’s hope the Pistons feed off all of this fervent fan fever and really stick it to the bulls!!

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  21. Anonymous

    Nando Chicago is a nasty polluted city.

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  22. Anonymous

    Chicago got owned in the Superbowl now they are going to get owned in basketball!

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  23. Anonymous

    Nando,

    1. Pistons have a better bench than the Bulls.
    2.Pistons have a deeper bench than the Bulls.
    3.Pistons are more experienced.
    4.Pistons have a more balanced offense.
    5.Pistons have the fewest turnovers.
    6.Pistons been there done that.
    7.Pistons have home court advantage.
    8.Pistons are more hungy this year.
    9.Pistons thrive off of being under the radar
    10.Pistons have a secret weapon,
    JASON MAXIELL!

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  24. pistons tiil the daii ii diie

    NANDO..

    yo man just wait and see who will get the last laugh.. you just made me TOO confident in our team.. YOU WILL SEE!!!!!!!

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