Sheed and Rip questionable for The Jazz

by | Nov 25, 2007 | 13 comments

The Detroit Pistons vs. The Jazz Ticket
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Playing the Utah Jazz is never an easy task for the Pistons, in fact it’s been some time since the Pistons actually recorded a win against them. Today’s afternoon match up may be even more difficult than usual considering Detroit could be without Rasheed and Richard Hamilton. Rasheed is still bothered by the sore knee and Rip didn’t practice yesterday with flu like symptoms.

Tip off is at 1:00 P.M. so leave ’em in the comments.

13 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    Simlpy one word F***

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  2. jess

    Who knew Prince was married (her name is Ferrah)?

    I didnt!

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  3. Anonymous

    If the Jazz win they can thank the refs, battle of the whistles.

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  4. James

    Pistons – Sheed = Non-existant in the paint.. Seriously without Sheed this team has no presence at all in the paint.. We need him back ASAP…

    I just wish Saunders was more defensive minded than offensive!

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  5. LC

    Well Utah can thank the Refs for that game – wonder how much they had riding on that one? They even called something on our trainer?

    I was glad to see Jarvis out there – I think he’s good. Good game 4 Nazr. McDyess – wow! Was good Max stayed out of foul trouble to stay out there longer. Flip needs to be more careful where/who he’s passing the ball to.

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  6. Davi Alexander

    I just wish Saunders was more defensive minded than offensive²

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  7. uyen

    I just got back and saw the fucking score. What happened in the call that got Saunders ejected from the game?

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  8. STEVE FROM THE CLE

    DETROIT FANS GET READY FOR WEDNESDAY, WERE GOING TO DE-THRONE YOU IN THE PALACE. GO CAVS

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  9. claire

    ^^ dear steve, you must have no life since you like visiting and posting on a team that you don’t like. And remember this, it dont mean a thing if you dont have a ring.

    On to the more important stuff, I just got back and very unhappy with the loss but I read that Saunders was rejected from the game?? Is that even possible? Anyways, I need to read some recap ASAP lol. Didn’t Rip come down with the flu last year too? Poor Rip. Don’t forget to take a flu shot next year Rip! We need you healthy!!

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  10. Dominic

    lol why do cavs fans always post in capitals? Do they find themselves so insignificant that they must make their words bigger to get their point across? lol well anyway horrible game from the “magic three” as Sheed calls it, whistles all around, it seems like the Pistons are still loved by none (except in Detroit) but feared by all.

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  11. Anonymous

    I was at the game. During every jazz possesion, there was a whistle. I want to know what Flip & the bench did to get techs. We could of won if it wasn’t for those stupid techs.

    GO PISTONS!

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  12. Amanda

    I went shopping while the game was on so I hit the record button before I left. I wasn’t going to watch it when I saw the final score but after reading all your guys’ comments, I think I’ll go ahead and check it out. It sounds to entertaining to not.

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  13. Amanda

    Okay, scratch that idea. I wasn’t aware I was dealing with such an inadequate piece of equipment. Can’t wait for the recap!

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