Pistons – Hornets

by | Mar 16, 2008 | 18 comments

The Detroit Pistons vs. The Spurs
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The Pistons host a 44-20 New Orleans Hornets this afternoon at The Palace. The Hornets could be out a key player. David West is still a game day decision after an ankle injury on Friday but Chris Paul, was also injured in the same game, plans to start.

The Pistons took the first game earlier this season against Paul and the Hornets but New Orleans could really use the win because they are in a tight battle with Los Angeles and Houston for the best record in the Western Conference. This should be a good one.

Tip off is at 1:00 PM and will Nationally broadcast on ABC TV. If you can’t catch it on TV you can always tune in to 1130 AM WDFN The Fan or stream it live through your computer at NBA.com.

Leave ’em in the comments.


  1. Phil

    Did you just say that New Orleans is in a tight race for the best record in the west??? I am not over it. It just looks silly.

  2. Natalie

    It was funny even writing it Phil.

    I’m off gotta watch this one on DVR..enjoy.

  3. fadushi2

    If Amir Johnson has any problems playing today I will be a little upset. I met him yesterday! I was out with the boys last night and we met Amir Johnson at Kart2Kart over on 19 and vandyke.

    He took only one ride, his legs were too long for the carts and his foot was sticking out the whole time. He really could have hurt himself. Also when he got off he was holding his lower back in pain.

    So if you guys hear anything, he didn’t hurt himself at practice. He did it Go-Karting. Really nice kid though.

  4. Anonymous

    oh my god nat you better have that block that jason maxiell did on and alley oop

    -#1 teenage pistons fan

  5. TDP


    ABC, you suck.

  6. Anonymous

    ok so im not the only one that cant watch the game….
    ABC had the show Friends on till 1:30
    and now im watching an infomercial for “tow truck in a box”
    what the hell. i want my pistons game.

  7. Anonymous

    well u should live in michigan posers..

  8. uyen

    Can someone tell me why Sheed got a tech? So FUCKING bullshit!!!

  9. Anonymous

    if jarvis plays like this every night we got the title…but he doesnt..lol fa sho they r all posers!!

  10. Anonymous

    smokin’ jarvis hayes! what ever he had for breakfast this morning, i hope he has it every morning!!

    GO PISTONS!!!!

  11. Mike

    Jason Maxiell ate Tyson Chandler alive on that block, holy crap!

  12. DetroitGirl4life

    OMG THAT MAXY DUNK WAS SICK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    OMG it’s official THAT BLOCK was the Block of the Year

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

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

  13. Anonymous

    i hate it when people say “all bout detroit baby” wow ur such posers just shut up. its just gettin annoying

  14. Anonymous

    I have no problem with people being giddy over a win,it’s when they resort to poor sportsmanship and calling people places or players names that gets my goat.

    So enjoy detroit,your teams and your fellow fans!

  15. Anonymous


    Is there ANY WAY I CAN watch an archive of this game? I set the cable box to record this game before work but when i came home they had blacked it out for the goddamn lakers game.

    EDIT and addressing that ignorant comment, people dont live in Michigan anymore because the state can’t take care of its workers. we were forced out.

  16. Anonymous

    I left Michigan when I was 11, but it was in the early 90s when Detroit was winning with the badboys! So hell yeah I stayed a Detroit fan ever since. Go Pistons!

  17. Anonymous

    anonymous 6:30 what are you talking about I live on the west coast, and ABC didn’t block either game. LOL.

  18. the fluidics

    What can you say, this game was great.
    Jarvis Hayes had folks jaws either on the floor, or closed tight around a foot, cause he was amazing today.


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