Chauncey Billups can Dunk

by | Dec 31, 2007 | 18 comments

Chauncey throws down a rare dunk in The Pistons 114-69 New Years Eve beat down against The Bucks.

Chauncey Billups Dunk Video
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Video courtesy of The Detroit Pistons and FSN Detroit

18 Comments

  1. uyen

    It was so nice to see Chauncey to dunk.

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  2. Anon E Moose

    You can see his big grin popping up as soon as he realized he is going to place that dunk. Funny stuff.

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  3. pistonproud

    Happy, Happy New Year Pistons fans!! Sweet blowout today. Great way to end the year. No complaints from me on that game. It was fun to watch, and the team looked like they had just about the most fun I have seen them have since they bombarded Maxiell with balls while he was trying to do an interview. It’s good to be a Pistons fan right now! (Well, it always is good to be a Pistons fan, but it’s just REALLY good to be one right now!)

    GO PISTONS!!!!

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  4. BabyBen

    You know the game is well in hand when Mr. Big Shot goes up for the two-handed stuff! To agree with PistonProud, “It’s good to be a Pistons fan right now!”

    PS: That grin is something to be jealous of. XD

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  5. kc

    HAPPY NEW YEAR PISTON FANS!!!!

    GO PISTONS!!!!!

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  6. Richie

    Hah, I KNEW he was going to dunk it as soon as he it the paint and that grin went over his face. That was definately my favorite play of the game. Now we just need to see Mr. Hunter throw one down before he retires :p
    Upon watching this play over and over again it is clear that Mr. Big Shot should have been called for a technical because he totaly hung on the rim, and even pulled up a bit. Apparently Rip agrees (from Pistons.com):

    HAMILTON: “That dunk was so old school. He was telling all the young guys he can dunk. They should’ve given him a technical for hanging on the rim that long. He told me, ‘I’ve got to let all the cameras get all their snap shots in and let them know I can still get up there.’ ”

    I’m sure they would have called that tech if the it wasn’t a 26 point blow out half way through the 3rd quarter. The game was out of hand already- why damper the home crowd? Good decision by refs.

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  7. Haley

    i love chauncey FINALLY HE DUNKED..my friends all called me and said “chauncey dunked the ball!” i was so mad cause i missed it but luckily i knew i could rely on need4sheed to put it up for me… big thanks to you natalie!!
    happy new year!

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  8. kc

    Chauncey is freaking awesome!! I’ve had a really kind of shitty new year’s eve and the pistons blowout – Chaucey’s dunk – Dyess with ANOTHER double double (and the biggest + in the +/- column with +30… Dyess is my FAVORITE!) – Rip shooting damn near perfect all day – and EVERY Piston in uniform SCORED!!!! Yeah… let’s just say the Pistons made my new year’s eve, and saved the day for me!! AHHHH… THE PISTONS!!

    Ok, so what’s the best way to get an autograph or picture when you go to a game. As I might have mentioned, I have tickets to my very first Pistons game coming up (Pistons/Magic – January 25) and am dying to just get close. I know some of you out there have autographed Pistons apparel, as well as photos, so just PLEASE! give me some tips on the best way(s) to get that done. I am already planning on being at the game early (very early), and staying late, so other that stalking… how do I get close enough to my favorite people in the world to get some personal contact. I have a Dyess jersey that I am (seriously) dying to get autographed. ANY advice that anyone has for me that can make that dream come true would be appreciated more that I could ever tell you. If I can’t get it done this time, I will for sure get tickets UP FRONT(no matter how much I have to pay for them) and see if that works. I really don’t know if that makes a difference or not, but I am willing to give it a try. (It’s only money & you can’t take it with you, so it would sure be worth it to me to be able to die happy.) Natalie gave me wardrobe advice, so I am hoping she (or someone else, I’m not fussy) will be able to give me some inside information on how to get close enough for an autograph or photo. Can’t believe that I have been a Piston fan for this long (more than 20 years) and never been to a game, but that’s the situstion… soon to be remedied!!

    GO PISTONS!!!!

    We ARE going all the way this season, so don’t even sweat it kids!!

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  9. Anonymous

    When Chauncey dunked the ball. I gave everyone around me a heart attack. They were all suprised. I LOVE watching Chauncey dunking the ball! I feel an amazing rest of the year coming.

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  10. ayjay009

    thats mah man CHAUNCEY BIBIBIBIBILUUUUUPS!!!!
    you aint getting old dawg!!lol

    PISTONS all the way baby not just this year but every YEAR!!!!!!!

    HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE!
    =D

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  11. K. Jay R.

    idk why he doesnt do this more often…I love seeing mr big shot throw down a dunk, gives me hope foe me

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  12. Anonymous

    hahaha thats hilarious anon 12:28

    “ive gotta let all the cameras get their shots” hahaha

    ANYwaysss

    happy new year piston fanssssss!

    you guys are like brothers and sisters to me even though we’ve never met haha we just share that PISTON BONDDDD :]

    ps. vote for pistons for your all stars!

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  13. Anonymous

    ^^ thats what Detroit is all about ….a huge family, who laugh together, and stick by each other. hahaha i want 2 know what Sheed has 2 say about that dunk. But now we need a dunk from AA and Mr. Hunter, haha i ‘m soo mad because i missed that game DANGGGGG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11 but when i looked on t.v 2 c the score i was like….WHAT HAPPENED!!!!! but i was expecting more time 4 Amir, Brezec, adn Hermmann, but i hope they were happy about playing and it seemed that each one of them took advantage of the opportunity that they got and that makes me happy. I know we can keep this tempo up and i hope we will.

    P.S PLEASE NATALIE I AM DYING 2 C THAT VIDEO OF STUCKEY AND THE SHORTS…. I LOVE STUCKEY!!!!!!!!! G-G-G-G-GO PISTONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!11 lol

    LET’S GO PISTONS AND LET’S GET THAT SHIP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 2007-2008 IT’S OUR TIME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    ALL BOUT DETROIT BABY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  14. Anonymous

    i love chauncey and the pistons.
    this is our year.
    come on pistons

    :]

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  15. Anonymous

    hi its Jacqueline again!!! It was such a pleasure to see my baby dunk, that was the better than what I got for Christmas!!! He had a huge grin on his face, its was GREAT!!! I hope that he does it a couple of more times this year, he is so freaking CUTE!!!! that was great!!! I love him!!!

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  16. Anonymous

    hi its Jacqueline again!!! It was such a pleasure to see my baby dunk, that was the better than what I got for Christmas!!! He had a huge grin on his face, its was GREAT!!! I hope that he does it a couple of more times this year, he is so freaking CUTE!!!! that was great!!! I love him!!!

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  17. Steve

    That’s too awesome… I didn’t catch the game cause we were getting ready for our New Year’s party, but that sure as heck woulda been a blast to watch.

    Gotta love how some of the power rankings still list Boston ahead of us even tho we went 15-2 in December and beat them at their place. Hopefully we can take it to them again in Detroit this weekend and silence any remaining critics.

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