The Kings visit The Palace

by | Jan 18, 2008 | 12 comments

The Detroit Pistons vs. The Kings
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The Pistons take on the 15 and 22 Kings tonight at The Palace. Sacramento has Mike Bibby and Ron Artest back from injury and if you add Kevin Martins scoring ability, this could be a tough one for Detroit. Martin is currently the leading scorer for the Kings, averaging 25.2 points per game.

This is only Artests’ second time back to The Palace since “The Brawl”. In his first game back he decided to play an game of catch with his invisible friends in the stands. But he was in The “D” once before that doing his best at community service. Well the best Ron can do…

Tip off is at 8:00 PM and is being locally broadcast on FSN Detroit and on the radio at 1130 AM WDFN. If your headed to the game, chatting it up in the Forum Chat Room or leaving them in them in the comments, have fun and lets hope the Pistons keep rolling.

The boos are coming Ron.


  1. Anonymous

    I’m going to the game and I’m so excited!!!! =]

    I will be booing really loudly

  2. Anonymous

    2 more days left for all star voting!

    piston fanss…
    you know what to dooooooooo

  3. jC--23

    Natalie did I just see you on TV?! It really looked like you but I’m not totally sure it was you.. It was when the kings took a timeout with about 5:40 left to play in the 3rd..

  4. Anonymous

    yay Zoo Crew!

  5. jess

    Man this game just sucked. I mean it was a good game but a bad one to watch.

  6. infinity


  7. Anonymous

    I was at the game, and it was upsetting to see us lose. We Booed Artest like crazy, and he missed some free throws. Tayshaun blocked one of his shots, and they called a foul, but it was definately a clean block. The reffs sucked. But Chauncey had a great game!

  8. Mike

    5 bench points, all from maxiell, to many minutes for the starters flip.

  9. The fluidics

    I just got back, and have an opinion on Artest.
    In this city, in which he decided he needed to enter the crowd and break laws, home come the league does not have a zero tolerance policy with this guy? Every basket he made, he blew kisses to the crowd. I’d T him up for it. Do it again, your gone. Stern should suspend him, because he obviously hadn’t learned his lesson from the first time. If he was a man, and a respectable person, he would come here, play the game, and keep his big mouth shut. Pistons didn’t do that trash when we went to Indiana.

    Herrmann should have taken his big hands and palmed Artests head.

  10. Anonymous

    Maybe Artest was listening to kiss, kiss and decided that’s his new thing. Why is everyone making fun of the Pistons? Posey, Artest now who Lebron?

    She want that lovey dovey (lovey, dovey)
    that kiss-kiss,kiss-kiss
    In her mind she fantasize
    bout getting wit me
    They hatin on me (Hatin on me)
    They wanna diss diss, kiss-kiss
    Cause she mine and so fine
    And thick as can be

  11. Anonymous

    Hayes is garbage he needs to be shipped outta town and Herman can take his spot

  12. Anonymous

    I don’t think our bench is being used enough,why?

    I do think some of our starters are inconsistant.

    Which to me is a mental thing not physical.


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