Atlanta Again

by | Dec 14, 2007 | 5 comments

The Detroit Pistons vs. The Atlanta Hawks Ticket
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The Pistons take on The Hawks for the third time this season tonight at The Palace. Ex Pistons assistant coach and now head coach of The Hawks Mike Woodson could be in jeopardy of losing his job. The 1o-11 Hawks come into tonight’s game without Al Horford, who is serving one game suspension for that flagrant foul to TJ Ford.

Tip off is at 8:00 PM and the game is being broadcast on FSN Detroit. I will remind you again, even though I don’t have to, that plenty of Pistons fans chat live in the Need4Sheed Forum Chat Room during the game. In fact the last time I was in there I had to rewind the game a couple of times because I was too busy running my mouth (well my fingers). Good times….

I’m off to the game, (don’t you love the Maxiell ticket) so as always I’m leaving it up to you . Oh and if you didn’t know….Cheikh Samb did one heck of a job in his first D league game.

Here’s to Piston red white and blue.

One Last thing………. GO VOTE!

5 Comments

  1. claire

    I like the large “Go Vote” link at the end. Go Vote people!!

    Be loud, be intimidating, be perfect, be PISTONS tonight guys!

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  2. Amanda

    I knew Samb would be a beast in the D-League. That guy is going to be an amazing NBA player one day. He’s like Ben in that he hustles, rebounds and blocks but unlike Ben, he can actually hit a jump shot! lol

    I’m still waiting for Detroit to win a game against a “good” team. So far I don’t think the Pistons have defeated any formidable foe. But as the boys and Saunders say, we must look only to the game at hand. So…

    SHOOT DOWN THE HAWKS!
    GO PISTONS!

    P.S. Does anybody else find it terribly upsetting that McDyess isn’t in the 2008 Pistons calendar and Nazr is?!

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  3. Roscoe30

    just traded nazr to charlotte for hermann and brezec…love it

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  4. the fluidics

    what was up with the home team shooting to the hoop on the right in the second half? I missed the first on tv, but it seemed wierd.

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  5. gee gee

    I really liked nazr he was a good dude, I hope he makes the best of his time in a bobcats uniform but you know I am going to still be rooting for my bad boys all day long!! let’s go detroit baby..and if it is true welcome back c webb!!

    Detroit Pistons 2008 champs!!

    p.s. To Amanda, we have played a good team, the warriors, and we beat them.Other than that I guess you are right. But the main thing is like you said, they aren’t going to dwell on who is the best and who isn’t but just to win games and move on to the next. I say, even though I wish it was possible to win every game, but just win enough games to get into the play-offs, whether the wins came by beating an easy team or a hard team, a win is a win, and that is all that matters.
    But it will be a test to testimonies for our guys to beat a really good team (which the majority resides in the west).

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