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by | Jun 26, 2007 | 9 comments

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  1. shatia

    Joe D. racist……….outragous. Thats totaly rediculous and completely untrue. Joe D. only makes moves to make the team better not to make it a all blak team. Anyways, i tied out that game…its preety cool. Its only fun if you are really really bored…like me . Lol. Go outside and play ball with friends…its funer, and not to mention healther. Cant wait towhat changes will happens to the team..Go Pistons!!!

  2. jess

    JOE D. RACIST???? thats bananas!!

    CB and DYESS for a package deal.. I dont think so and I hope NOT.

  3. Andrew

    I was kinda thinking the same thing when Delfino was traded, but I guess it’s best that we let our subconscious out and talk about it and disprove it rather than having that question wallow in the back of everyone’s minds. Plus, I changed my tune once I found that Delfino wanted to be traded.

  4. Anonymous

    lol joe d racist? thats crazy.. like come on to have joe d job to bring in guys you have to be color blind you just look at talent if he was racist why is tayshuan still here? and its no surprise why Mcdyess would leave if chauncey leaves becuz we no longer would be contenders just a good team. I agree its better to go out and play a sport than playing it online ..

  5. Anonymous

    like people even thought Joe D. was racist..that just dumb. Oh yea and the online hoops is awsome..last Nat whne will you post your interview up?

  6. Amanda

    lol What do you mean, anony 2:07? Isn’t Tayshaun African American?

  7. Jay

    If the Pistons don’t go after Mo Pete in free agancy, I’m gonna blow it. I’d like to see them get him and James Posey. 2 great bench players that can contribute energy

  8. Anonymous

    i think utah might want peterson, but he’s 29 going on 30 this summer, and that might work against him if detroit wants to get younger like I keep reading..however, he isn’t injury prone or a whiner like his friend vince carter.

    he deserves another shot after toronto messed up with his playing time. especially after the playoffs, where he showed his experience, while the rest of the team looked scared of the nets.

  9. Anonymous

    after all, the playoffs are what really matters. how you play there shows not only your skill but your basketball IQ and toughness, and mo pete definitely showed it, when chris bosh’s eyes looked like it was ready to pop out after all that foul trouble. i’m sure teams were looking at his level headed play and suffocating defense.


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