Team Need4Sheed Podcast #8

by | Mar 8, 2008 | 14 comments

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Game Day Live’s Bennie Covington and Jeff Daum give us the Top 5 Pistons Pet Peeves. I have to agree with them and will tell you that we have complained about every last one. This is a must listen, especially after Wednesday nights game and I’m afraid if you don’t Jeff may punch a baby.

Team Need4Sheed Podcast #8

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  1. Dominic

    #6 When in a funk, the Pistons refuse to move the ball around and get back to the offense that makes us win games

  2. Ed

    I agree with the Flip Saunders comments. I love him in the regular season, but I do miss Larry Brown in the playoffs!

  3. Amber

    Aww, I really like Jeff and Bennie. 🙂

    #1 is the pet peeve that I have complained about the most lately. Flip does not understand how to rotate players based on what we need during games. He has everything planned and he refuses to try anything different. Our starters were playing terrible against NY on Friday. Rather than them starting the 3rd quarter, it should have been the bench. In fact, lately, the bench should be starting instead of the starters because they aren’t playing very well at all. I was keeping track of the scores based on rotations. The bench would come in, we’d be up 13, the starters would come back out, suddenly we’d be tied, and then the bench would come in and we’d be back up 7 again. It was awful. The bench shows that they care and that they’re motivated. The #1 pet peeve is one reason I feel we may not win it all, and also the fact that Flip doesn’t care about defense as much as offense. When in the hell can we get a new coach?

  4. Anonymous

    ok im tempted to ask this but…..what’s flip’s contract like….im guessing there is a buyout contract right? hehehehe! i would only want larry brown here IF he’s health is committed enough to finish the rest of the postseason. his health was the reason why detroit’s owner were doubting him.

  5. Blaine


    I beleive Flip has one more year on his contract. So that mean it’s through next season. I personally never thought he would make it this long.

    As for the LB issue HE WILL NEVER COACH THE PISTONS AGAIN as long a Bill Davidson owns the team. It had nothing to do with health issues more to do with Larry being Larry and disrespecting the organization.
    I miss him come playoff time too but he’s never coming back.

    Love the podcasts Guys!

  6. Anonymous

    Tayshaun could be a 20/10/2?! LMAO

  7. Anonymous

    And that was a pretty racist comment regarding Gooden, regarding the turban.

  8. Anonymous

    Give Flip one more chance. If the same thing happens this year, then get him out. He has already made adjustments, the younger guys are getting lots of minutes this year!

  9. Anonymous

    its not the choices about the minutes. its his uncontrollable twitching and choking when it comes to making adjustments in big games, and THAT, my friend, hasn’t changed a bit.

    its nice to see that Flip pisses everybody off; i’m seeing less and less apologists.

  10. mjp656

    If we looked for Tayshaun to score more, I believe he could be near a20/10/2. But for whatever reason, in some big games he almost hides behind Rasheed, Hamilton, and Billups. So I wouldn’t really ever doubt his ability to average that because he can do it, it’s just they usually only use him for his defense more than his offense.

  11. Ed

    I think we are a better team when Tay scores more. I would not mind them running plays for Tay, and cutting Rips plays just a little. After all when this run is over, he will most likely be the franchise player

  12. Anonymous

    Any one read the article by drew sharp in the free press, he thinks that amir should start and dyess should come off the bench.

  13. Anonymous

    In high pressure situations when Chauncey tries harder to draw a foul as opposed to trying to actually make the shot.

  14. Natalie

    “In high pressure situations when Chauncey tries harder to draw a foul as opposed to trying to actually make the shot.”

    Wow…totally agree, great one.


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