Detroit takes on The Nets at The Palace

by | Dec 2, 2007 | 22 comments

The Detroit Pistons vs. The Nets Ticket
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The Pistons are tipping it off at 6:00 PM tonight against the 8-and-8 New Jersey Nets. Look for the Jason Kidd to always be a triple double treat and let’s hope Detroit can contain Richard Jefferson, who is averaging 25 ppg this season and always seems to give The Pistons trouble.

It’s being broadcast locally on FSN Detroit and as always I’m leaving it to you in the comments.

22 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    1st comment
    go pistons

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  2. Mike Rice

    im going to this!

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  3. claire

    one word, DEFENSE!

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  4. Anonymous

    how can you not love our boys! that interview with maxi and ryan field – too funny.

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  5. lindsay

    haha hopefully we can get a video of maxiell getting nailed with the basketballs.

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  6. Anonymous

    I’m sure we will! 🙂

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  7. jamie

    holy maxi! love him.

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  8. lindsay

    this game is awesome.

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  9. claire

    alright, another blow out! back to back blow outs! Rip was 8-12, with 19 pts, in this game, I think he just needs to have Palace fans to cheer him on. Kidd was 2-6, with only 6 points, but hot damn, 16 assists? As long as those crazy assists dont win the game for them, I’m happy. Fantastic job tonight, Pistons!

    So apparently, there’s an awesome interview video of Maxy, and the awesome part is that he was being bullied by the starters. Is there anyway you could post it, Natalie? Or does anyone have it? Or could anyone at least tell me how it all went down? These Pistons just have all the fun in the world.

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  10. jessi

    wow is all I can say… If the pistons can play like this the rest of the season we will have the perfit team for the playoffs. Our bench is playing well which is giving the starter the rest they need. I for one like the sch. this month home games are played friday and sundays and away games are in the middle of the week. there are a few back to backs but for the most part it is pretty nice. Well I just transferred back to ontario and can’t wait to use my pistons tickets this year, I can’t to to a game until Dec 14 cause I had aready promised tickets to friends before I new about my transferred so for now I will be watching then on league pass and coming here to updates. I come here everyday for the most part anyway this is the best site ever.

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  11. Troy

    Back to back to back blowouts! Our boys are killing it right now. I loved watching them destroy Cleveland, but the last two games have almost been boring….almost. Who thinks it’s gonna be fun to watch a Mighty Max vs. Big Ben match-up? The man is on a tear. I just wish he could’ve grabbed on to the two alley-oop attempts tonight. Think what the highlight reel would’ve looked like if that had happened. Anyway, it’s been a while since Detroit basketball looked this good, solid, deep…..

    Atlanta, brace yourselves.

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  12. Anonymous

    go pistons!! natalie, can you please post the sheed video and the video of sheed, chauncey, tay and them throwing balls at maxiell while he was being interviewed? thanks.

    Go pistons =]

    &&im going to the game against chicago on friday…can’t wait!

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  13. Tessa

    claire, what happened was Maxiell was being interviewed before game time, and Rasheed, Chauncey and Rip started throwing basketballs at him. I <3 this team =]

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  14. Anonymous

    gotta step it up for the Bulls on Friday :\

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  15. Anonymous

    let’s worry about the BULLShit when it comes, but for now, let’s just pluck those hawks!! Keep ROLLIN’, PISTONS!

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  16. Natalie

    I didn’t see the video interview with Maxi, I just got home from the game. I will get it up as soon as I can.

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  17. downtown

    Great stuff.

    It’s almost like getting two Piston teams for the price of one lately, with the second unit putting on a bonus feature in the 4th quarter.

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  18. Anonymous

    ^^its during the pre-game

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  19. lindsay

    natalie – for the maxi interview, there’s two parts. the first one is the live version of him getting hit then after they show the starting lineups they show a different angle of him getting hit with the rest of the team cracking up :p

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  20. claire

    downtown,

    It’s like the second unit is giving you a preview of the Bad Boys III. I hope Sheed will become their headcoach, and Rip will be their conditioning coach just for fun.

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  21. downtown

    Gotta love this quite from Jason Kidd (via ESPN):

    “We aren’t as good as Detroit,” Kidd said. “We were playing against a very good team, and we didn’t have any answers. It seemed like they made every shot, or if they didn’t, they got the offensive rebounds and put that in.”

    claire: yup.. the future looks bright 🙂

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  22. Anonymous

    sounds like j max had a biig night!! wish i couldve seen it !!

    andd the balls getting thrown at him or so i hear hahaaa

    cant wait for the video tomrrow natalie haha i already know its gonna be the highlight of my day.. im getting senioritis :[ especially on mondayssss

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