Three Times Already!

by | Jan 20, 2008 | 10 comments

Here’s the story, The Bulls took another one from the Pistons Saturday night in Chicago. That, fellow Pistons fans means the The Bulls currently own The Pistons this season. Three losses this year so far against Chicago…..I’m not happy.

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The good thing for me is, I was out of town so I didn’t get to watch this game live. I recorded it but, when saw the final score and looked at the box I decided not put myself through this one. I would hate to spoil my time away from Detroit’s FREEZING temperatures by watching the Pistons lose to the Bulls, especially after Friday’s loss to the Kings. If you think you need to point something out to me and the rest of Team Need4Sheed, feel free to do it in the comments. And for all of us wondering what’s up with the Zoo Crew, it’s not like we are the only ones worried about the bench production either.

Can anyone tell me why Sheed is sporting the sleeve on his leg?

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  1. Anonymous

    Natalie i know how u feel. I didn’t watch the game either because i was @ a party, but now I’m happy i didn’t watch it. I just hope flip looks @ some of the suggestions or the players look @ some of the suggestions that we are saying because we are the ones observing the games u know?But hey Natalie i hope u got my email because i really putting an effort to getting these tickets. GO PISTONS!!!!!!!!!!!1

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

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

  2. Stacey

    I am not happy with it, either.
    We currently “own” the Magic this season, the post season, and last season, so hopefully we can beat Orlando for the 10th time in a row.

    I really do not like Flip Saunders. If we had one other coach in the NBA, I think we could be better.

    And I hate when people say it’s just one game, but if you noticed, it’s been the last 8!

    Go Pistons, I love this team for life, no matter what happens. But whatever the problem is, get it fixed, because we are not the team we were 2 weeks ago when we won 11 straight.

  3. Anonymous

    key solution: go get chris webber and cut either primoz, flip murray, or herrmann

  4. jess

    To be really honest, we havent been playing the same since we played the celtics (wins or loses) and Im sure in not the only one thats noticing it.

  5. Richie

    Being away from the TV20 area I missed this one, but it sounds like a good thing I did. I agree that Webber is a superior option compared to Hermann, Brezec and Flip. I’d rather see us trade all 3 of them for a draft pick and resign Webber for the season, but I’m sure Joe D has something in the works.

  6. the fluidics

    I’ll agree with Jess, they just don’t look the same since the Boston L.
    Nearing the end of that game, they started to get jump happy, and have not worked out of it yet.
    I’d rather them slump in January than May, so I’m cool right now. THey are vets, they’ll work through it.

  7. Anonymous

    Gotta go along with everyone else here when I say that this team hasn’t been the same since Boston snapped the winning streak. I am also going along with a lot of announcers and say that they don’t get enough easy baskets — way too many jumpers that just won’t fall! Lack of aggression, lack of the lock down defense, lack of desire, and the chemistry doesn’t seem to be there as much as it usually is. I don’t think it’s ‘terrible’ (except for the game against the Knicks) and I do think it’s something they can work through, but it’s obvious to everyone that something is off kilter here. Maybe they just need a vacation… somewhere WARM. Whatever the problem is, I hope they get it worked out before next Friday because I have my very first visit to the Palace that day and I want to see the team I love on the floor when I get there!!

    GO PISTONS!!!!

  8. Anonymous

    Personally I don’t know what to think.
    I believe it’s as much mental as phyiscal.

    I however do not think webber is the answer. We will have the same outcome as last year,mybe worse.

    I think joe needs to shake things up,balls in his court!

  9. dave

    Ever since the Knicks blowout the team hasn’t been themselves. I’ve got a few ideas for Joe and Flip if they’re willing to listen.

    -First of all, more minutes for Maxiell. That should be easy enough. Let the guy play!
    -Next, shoot less threes. Less threes for everyone except Chauncey.
    -Speaking of less threes, how about less minutes for Jarvis and Stuckey!! Here’s two guys who’s sole purpose when they’re on the court is to score points, but they have two of the ugliest FG% on the team. Jarvis jacks up a contested long two at least twice a game. UGHH!
    -More minutes for Afflalo. That’s a no brainer, he plays great when he’s on the court. Here’s a brilliant concept Flip, what about giving more playing minutes to the guys who actually play well! Would that be so hard to figure out?!?
    -Teach Rasheed to hustle! Come on, I know this is a Sheed site and everything, but would it be so much for a professional athlete to show a little bit of energy in his game? He has got to be the laziest NBA player I’ve ever watched, and it leads to lots and lots of easy points in the paint for the opposition. There’s a reason the Pistons always get KILLED at points in the paint, and his name is Sheed. Play like you are 6’11’ Rosco!

    That’s all I got. Oh also let’s not get Webber. I’m sure we can find a legitimate athlete under the age of 50 to replace Flip Murray and the big whiteys. Let’s go for Shaun Marion!

  10. Anonymous



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