The Pistons in The Windy City

by | Jan 19, 2008 | 20 comments

The Pistons vs. The Bulls
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The Pistons are in Chicago to take on the 15-23 Bulls. Just because Chicago hasn’t lived up to expectations doesn’t mean the Pistons should take this one lightly, especially after last nights loss at The Palace.

Tip off is at 8:30 and it’s being locally broadcast on myTV20 Detroit and you can always catch the radio broadcast on WDFN 1130 AM. Remember you can chat live in the Need4Sheed Forum Chat Room as well as leave them here in the comments.

As always there will be plenty of Pistons fans in the house tonight, even some members of Team Need4Sheed, so for their sake and ours lets hope the Pistons can get back to their winning ways with a big game tonight.


  1. ayjay009

    they neeed to win this one!they are 0-2 against BULLS!!2 times is enough!!


  2. Ashley

    I’ll be there! I’m hoping more than anything that we can pull off this win. We haven’t won to them yet and if we go 0-3 I don’t know what I’ll do!

  3. infinity

    I hope they win, I always get shit from people at school when the Bulls win against them. It would be nice for a change..

  4. jess

    Has anyone else noticed how SHEED’S 3’s are always in-and out now. Like litteraly soo close and they look like good shots but they always come out.

  5. jess

    I like how our drumline came to CHI and battled it out with them!

    And may I say Hayes got his groove back?!

  6. uyen

    What is up them lately?

  7. the fluidics

    seriously? m’kay.

  8. Anonymous

    I’m so sick of Prince and his inconsistent play. Sure he’s a great player but he might have one great game followed by ten garbage games. I’ve been feeling this way for a long time. im starting to expect to see 1/10 in the boxscore. How are we supposed to beat the Celtics when he’s a nonfactor. We might as well have Jarvis in as a starter- at least he’s not afraid to shoot and doesn’t pass up wide open 3s

  9. Anonymous

    what the hell.
    i want some c-webb.

  10. claire

    we’re chasing the ‘ship, not the records. Let’s not get too worked up over tonight’s loss.

  11. Anonymous

    Even though Nazi’s trade freed up some cap space, you have to agree that since he’s been traded the pistons have struggled. Joe D. GET ANOTHER BIG MAN PLEASE!!!!!!!

  12. ayjay009

    ^^^i agree^^^ we need a big man!
    tonights game was bad!
    1 out of 2 every freethrows??
    MAXIEL wats wrong wit you??
    HAYES was on fire tho!!
    PRINCEEE, WALLACE, MCDYESS!get yo heads on the game!!!!we need the team to work together!!!
    nice try tho guys!!mayb nxt time wit BULLS again??

    go pistons!

  13. the fluidics

    free throws have been the key the last two games. When you get to the charity line, you gotta make those shots! Game would have been a lot closer, then who knows how it turns out.

  14. Richie

    Ummmmmm wow. I’m having trouble comprehending this…

    People are saying that because Nazr is gone, all the sudden we “need a big man”?! We have ‘Sheed, ‘Dyess, Prince, Amir, Herman, Brezec, and Maxielle, and now we “need a big man” because Nazr’s gone?! He was averaging less than 4 minutes a game and now that he’s gone we’re considering his absence the key factor to these last few losses? Talk about an over-reaction!

    Flip Saunders “shortening his rotation” (as if it could become shorter) and giving Stuckey a chance to play through his mistakes etc. is much more likely the cause for this dip in productivity. It’s to be expected. Marathon, not a sprint, remember? Let’s be reasonable.
    That said, I’m not happy about the starters getting 40 minutes a night unless their up by over 20 at the end of the 3rd, but heck, what can we do about it?

  15. Gabe

    I’ve spent years being a fan of this team, and still am. I’m also entitled to do a little venting…thats what comment forums are for. But lets be serious, it was 1 game, but it showed something distressing. I’m not a bandwagon fan when I say that our guys, as much as I love them, are showing some worrisome traits i.e. age…fatigue…lack of inside presence…mental lapses…inability to drive the ball…stubborness…etc. They may very well win…and let me clarify, I want them to win, but you have to be blind to not be a little worried by the way they’ve played of late.

  16. Anonymous

    flip needs to put amir on. i think hes got the capability and deserves more time than brezec and hermann combined. amir’s been on the pistons longer than those two and even the rookies.

  17. detpisfan32

    The Pistons…I think are having problems off the court, because from what I see it’s just not there. They all are on different levels at different times in the game.

    That would NEVER work if they even want to have a conversation about winning another title. It seems like ever since there loss to Boston the Pistons have not been the Pistons I want my boys back.I just think something is NOT right

  18. Dominic

    We need Sheed to start banging in the post. Easy buckets please don’t settle for jumpshots. I’m not getting worked up over one game this has been a problem since last year

  19. ayjay009

    i just noticed that they are not being agrresive enough! hey NAT is there any news for C-WEBB??

    go pistons!!


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