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by | Jan 15, 2008 | 9 comments

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  1. claire

    congrats, Natalie, on getting more recognition for your hard work. But Pistons fans should know that Need4Sheed is a synonym for Detroit Pistons. It’d be funny if that guy uses his article as an entry to win the suite tickets.

  2. Anonymous

    girl…reading that article about you nearly made me cry! you go hons~

  3. Anonymous

    Man, I wish I had time to come to Detroit and watch them at the Palace, stuck working like a dog in NYC

    Props to you, Nat, you deserve it.
    You may be a homer, but you are also fair to other teams and players.

    NOTE: Don’t you guys think that the NY Giants are playing like the Pistons? All Joes against All Pros. Who knows, maybe they have a chance to shake the world.

  4. Anonymous

    what the hell u gonna do when rasheed gets traded or leaves at free agency? ur gonna be shit out of luck.

  5. jess

    ^^ actually anonymous 3:29, she WONT!

    She has said time and time again that the name will always remain the same and the love for the pistons will too. Wherever SHEED ends up doesnt really matter because she (and I) will always have a NEED4SHEED!!

  6. claire

    well anon 329, in case you haven’t noticed, this site is not entirely about Sheed. It’s mostly about the Pistons. So she’s still very much in luck.

    So who’s going to watch the game tonight? I’m recording it and will enjoy it this weekend. Not too many Pistons games are nationally televised.

  7. James

    I will say it again. The Pistons chances of getting to the Finals this year will significantly increase with Webber on their team.

    This is not a question of what Webber will bring to the Pistons but what he will take away from their competitors, most notably Boston.

    Pistons need to move at the very least Flip Murray for this reason.

    Ideally, I’d like them to move Primoz, Walter, and Flip for one impact 2/3 guard (someone who can provide depth and change of pace from Jarvis Hayes and more offensive efficiency than Afflalo).

    That leaves you with two roster spots to fill. You fill one of those with Webber and you leave the other one open to keep yourself flexible.

    And honeslty, running Webber with the second team would probably be more productive/efficient for the team rather than having him in the starting 5 taking away from what Chauncey does on O (Stuckey could use the extra support as he gets his feet in the league).

    But like I said, most importantly, Webber would contribute key big minutes to Boston coming off the bench. He’s not goin anywhere else folks, and I think thats why he hasn’t released any team names. I think he is struggling between his love for his hometown and his drive for a ‘ship.

    My two cents.

  8. Anonymous

    Congrats Nat, I love this site. Every since I found this site, I’ve been coming here everyday. I have a routine. Facebook,, then I love your updates and recaps of the game, they always make me smile. You have a gift girl, and I’m glad to see you using it. You also seem to have a great way with words. Keep doing what your doing Nat. NEED4SHEED ROCKS!!! WOOOOOO!!!


  9. Anonymous

    webber to lakers bank on it


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