Pistons play a Matinee

by | Dec 31, 2007 | 21 comments

The Detroit Pistons vs. Bucks
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Detroit is looking to make it nine in a row with a win this afternoon against the struggling Milwaukee Bucks (11-18). Tip off is at 3:30 PM and the game is being locally broadcast on FSN Detroit. For those of you at work, you can always listen live on WDFN 1130 AM.

While your waiting for the game, make sure head on over to PistonsOnline.com. They are still in the midst of their Who’s Now tourney and they were nice enough to ask me to do the writeup for the Sheed vs. Uncle Cliffy matchup. So head on over, check it out and vote…. I’m not going to tell you who I voted for, but I think you already know.

I’m off so as always, I’m leaving it up to you in the comments. Here’s to another Pistons win and a safe and Happy New Year to everyone.

21 Comments

  1. Richie

    First comment again, boo-ya!
    I’m loking for Tay to show Yi who belongs in the all star game today!

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  2. claire

    seriously, it’s ridiculous how Yi is ahead of Tay in the AllStar voting. Show them what you can do, Tay!

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  3. Anonymous

    Detroit is play on by birthday!

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  4. Ahmed

    I cant beileve Yi is ahead of tay too. Yi hasnt done anything in the world but TAY has. you show them voters tay.

    LETS GET THAT SHIPPPPPP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!THIS IS OUR YEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!LETS GET NUMBER 4!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  5. i_heart_dyess

    Pretty damn awesome first half! Let’s keep it going and roll on into 2K8 with the winning streak in tact! Rip is on fire… yessir!!

    GO PISTONS!!!!

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  6. Richie

    YESSS! Send Chauncey to the dunk contest! 😛

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  7. kc

    Well happy new year… Mr. Billups gives us a dunk!! WEEE-HAAA!! The guys look like they are having a blast whipping the Bucks this afternoon!! Great to see.

    GO PISTONS!!!!

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  8. Anonymous

    UGHHH i would love to be watching this game right nowww :[

    ANYwaysss

    piston fans get your last all star votes in for 2007 todayyy !!!

    dont just talk about how unfair it is that tay is behind.. take some actionnn so we can say that we at least tried !!!

    just trying to promote the voting because they all deserve the titleee!

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  9. Anonymous

    no one’s in the chat room — what gives??

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  10. mannie32

    WOW… i think that’s the first time I’ve seen every SINGLE player on a team be + in a game, even the reserves… walter hermann was +7 in that game, everyone else on the pistons? at LEAST 10+… I call that domination!!!
    well i hope rip gets to go home 2nite to celebrate new years for the first time with his kid

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  11. Amber

    Amazing game! Chauncey’s dunk was beautiful. Once again, great games from the bench players. We have now won 9 in a row. We’ve been playing extremely well; I am very impressed.

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  12. the fluidics

    well that beatcown was uncalled for, lol.
    Way to close out 2007 guys, a 45 point victory is simply jaw dropping.

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  13. jess

    Damn! I missed a CB dunk?? I knew I should have called in sick! Any chance you can put a video up Nat?

    I hope Im not asking for too much.

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  14. Anonymous

    Yeah baby 9 in a row. I hope this continues. CB1 with the dunk, man that’s awesome. I wish I could have saw it, but oh well. Happy New Year to everyone. Be blessed and know that Jesus is love. 🙂

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  15. Amanda

    ^ Pistons fans ARE blessed!

    I recorded the game but of course, the machine was a piece and I can’t watch the game. A 45 point win? That’s redicudonkulous. Our Pistons are the best!

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  16. Anonymous

    hey natalie can you put a video of chaunceys dunk i didnt get to see it

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  17. Richie

    Hah, this one was kind of evil, and I loved it! The majority of the game we were chanting to have Amir put in, but I loved his refusal to let Herrmann’s alley-oop attempt be thrown in vane on the last offensive play of the evening!
    It felt like the starters were playing forever, and they kind of were. I’m not sure why all 5 of them were on the floor during a 20+ lead, especially since the deficit only got bitter with the deepest of the bench on the team. Oh well; maybe they were just using it as an opportunity to try new plays etc. but regardless I can’t think of anything to complain about with this one!
    Rasheed’s facial expression after Primos dove for a loose ball during a 40 point game was prety halarious too!

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  18. BabyBen

    I love Amir’s put back slam after a disrupted ally-oop to Herrmann, I love the punch!

    Nice way to put this game away with the EASIEST OF EASE FELLAS! 45 point blowout! I was hoping that they got to an even 50 and really put egg on the Bucks face >:D

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  19. Anonymous

    this maybe a really stupid qusetion but wat exactly do those +/- numbers mean on the stat sheet

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  20. kc

    Yeah, the facial expression from Sheed was priceless! Thought I was going to wet my pants… then they showed it again after the game was over & it was still funny.

    Must be pretty embarrassing to be a Bucks fan right now. I almost felt sorry for Michael Redd.

    Way to go Pistons!! Let’s keep up that intensity & have some fun the rest of the season just like today. Next time we beat the Celtics NO ONE will be saying it’s just luck if we keep playing like this. I LOVE MY PISTONS!

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  21. the fluidics

    +/-
    Say Chauncey was on the floor for 50 Pistons points, and 20 Bucks points, than he would be +30 for the day.
    By the same token, Yi is on the floor for those same points, he would be -30.
    Understand?

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