It’s gonna be a short summer for Tayshaun.

by | May 23, 2007 | 12 comments

Congratulations to Tayshaun Prince, this summer he will be playing for the the USA Basketball team. Injuries to some key players forced manager Jerry Colangelo to make a couple roster moves. Along with Tay, Jason Kidd, Mike Miller, teammates Carlos Boozer, Deron Williams, and Tyson Chandler will be new additions to try out for the team. Also the predicted 1st and 2nd pick of the 2007 Draft, Greg Oden and Kevin Durant will be trying out for the team.

Great Job Tay, your finally getting recognized for your amazing talent.

Joey D.

12 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    DON’T GO, TAY! there is more of a chance now of injury, and him getting tired…

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  2. BIG Poppa RYE

    This was looong overdue! GO TAY! =)

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  3. bratgurl tenshi

    The prince will always be the king! GO TAY =P

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  4. Anonymous

    true that! Tay’s gonna bust them foreigners butts!! good luck tay. I Love U!!!! make us proud(since apparently dwade, bron, and melo can’t!*cough cough*)

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  5. shatia

    YESSSSSSSSSS! Im so exited for tay. He deservies the recoginiton. Because of the level of talent he has. And one more thing we love you and good luck!!!

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  6. Anonymous

    Go ahead and take Detroit Basketball around the world, show them how it’s done. Gonna be exciting to see him play with some of our best players. Really hope he makes it .
    Anyone know where the games are going to air on tv?

    Also it sucks with the draft Oden and Durant (who are also invited to play on the USA team with Tay)go to Portland and Seattle, guess we’re not gonna get to see much of either of them. Their games will probably be on at like 11:30 or something, and we’ll only play them twice. And does the West really need more stars? Guy’s face from Boston on tv mirrored my shock when Bostan and Memphis was 4th and 5th, I was like huh.

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  7. Anonymous

    YEAH FOR TAY!!!! This recognition was long overdue. I don’t think he should go because we don’t want him getting tired because he plays the most minutes out of all our guys.

    Also why was Oden and DUrant invited?

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  8. Anonymous

    mike miller isn’t good enough to play on a team at the boys club that’s terrible to even let him try out

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  9. Anonymous

    Tayshaun, the true prince of the court!!!!!!

    -KollinNaples

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  10. Anonymous

    CONGRATULATIONS TAYSHAUN, he doesn’t get the the recognition that he deserves, he is small but he is as tough as nails , and I am truly glad that he has a ring to prove that he does have what is takes to make it in the NBA, go TAY, we love you and hope that you retires #22 with the Pistons!!!!

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