Back Home against The Knicks

by | Nov 21, 2007 | 11 comments

The Detroit Pistons vs. The New York Knicks Ticket
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Detroit is back home for the next four games, first up is The New York Knicks. The Pistons tip it off tonight at 8:00 PM and hope to get back to their winning ways after losing 2 in a row. The Knicks, who are 0-for-5 on the road this season, would like to stop their own loosing streak of 7 games.

Sure we can say this is going to be an easy one, but don’t look past New York. Remember The Knicks now have Zach Randolph, who for some reason always has killer nights against Detroit.

This may be the last we see Isiah Thomas in his current position. He’s been on a tight rope since last season, but some say he’s close to being on his way out. The Pistons own John Hammond did have a few nice words to say about the Hall of Fame guard. For me I choose to remember what Isiah did on the court rather than off.

As always, I’m leaving it to you in the comments.


  1. Anonymous

    Got a tiny URL for tonites game?

    I only have broadcast and the Pistons are my only joy.

    Not really… well maybe a little.

  2. Anonymous

    Just want to wish you a Very Happy Thanksgiving.

    I live in NY, so you can understand my feelings about Zeke’. But good game overall, some mixed up signals with the bench, I think they play better when they mix in some starters with the bench.

    Anybody know what happened to Sheed??

  3. Anonymous

    I read that Sheed didnt play in the second half bc of a sore left knee… I hope it isnt too severe

  4. Anonymous

    any action for cheikh?

  5. kyle c.

    Back on track baby!

    We let them get close in the 2nd quarter put we pulled away.

    Go Pistons!!

  6. Amanda

    No Samb tonight. I was waiting for him to take the floor. I really like that dude.

    Saw the NEED4SHEED sign behind Eli Zaret. That boy was persistent! lol

    B-B-B-Billups! Very nice game by Mr. BigShot. That man scored, distributed and took care of the ball. B-B-B-Beautiful!

    ‘Dyess was on tonight too. Looks like that shoulder injury didn’t hinder his shot much.

    Great win after a less than stellar road trip. I think it was just what the team and us fans needed.


    P.S. Nate Robinson was out of control. lol I love Blaha…

  7. Richie

    Yessss! 4-1 in the East!
    These home games are really meaningful, especially the sixers and Cavs. I’m glad we’re off the the right start.
    I want to look on the bright side about Rip. Sure he had several uncharactorist turnovers, but he also shot nearly 50% and was two dimes short of a double double. He’ll hit his stride soon enough.

  8. The Rasheedism

    Hey I was reading SLAM Magazine and they used the Infamous words…

    In Detroit(Referring to the Pistons), there is a Need 4 Sheed.”

    Shoutout to Need 4 Sheed?

  9. Natalie

    Slam Magazine….yes that one was a shoutout.

  10. Dominic

    Sheed missed most of the second half because he had a sore knee that he bumped with another player in a previous game, FLip says he’s going to get an MRI done in the next couple of days.

  11. Anonymous

    hey nat
    do u have the intro of last game or the one against the clippers?


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