Pistons – Knicks and Detroit’s All-Time Team

by | Apr 8, 2008 | 11 comments

The Detroit Pistons vs. The Knicks
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The Pistons take on the 21-56 New York Knicks tonight at The Palace, but maybe more important than the actual game is the ceremony before tip off. The Pistons will be announcing their “All Time Team” in at 7:00 PM.

Rip is still questionable for tonights game, as Detroit goes for their sixth straight win and 11 straight at home. The Pistons are 2-1 against the Knicks this season, and have won five of the last seven in the series. The Knicks have lost 10 straight in Detroit and have won just 7 games on the road all season, so odds are pretty good the streak stays alive tonight.

Tip off is at 8:00 PM but remember the festivities start at 7:00 PM. The game and the ceremony will be locally broadcast on myTV20 Detroit. 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.

I have to say I’m extremely excited about tonight’s festivities. I feel golden, just like the ticket for tonight’s game. I just may shed a few tears for my favorites. I’m a sucker for reunions. I’m off early for this one, so I’m leaving it up to you in the comments.

11 Comments

  1. mannie32

    stuckey goes for 15 and 7 tonight, and 1 steal… my prediction

    oh maxiell and amir combine for 17 rebounds

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  2. Jess

    That ceremony brought tears to my eyes so I know it did to yours Nat!

    It was BEAUTIFUL!!!

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  3. Skank

    Any in Michigan taping the festivities and has the ability to torrent it?

    We Pistons fans outside of the state watching on NBA League Pass got the Knicks feed for this game. 🙁

    Any help is appreciated.

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  4. mannie32

    i want to puke watchin this game

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  5. mannie32

    okay win or lose, at least they made this a respectable score 🙂

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  6. Jess

    WOW! what a great comeback by the young fellas… but it just wasnt enough for the win. Still a great hustle nontheless!

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  7. jessi

    I agree mannie at first it looked like this was going to be a blow out but the zoo crew made a nice come back, I am not upset about this lose because it shows even being down our bench can made a run, if they keep playing like this our bench is going to be there come playoff time…

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  8. The Fluidics

    They made a game out of it, people can’t leave too upset.
    Tonight was all about the pre-game, I knew it would be tough to match the emotion of the ceremony, especially since the starters were all basically involved.

    Wish I was at the game tonight.

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  9. The Fluidics

    Quote Zeke
    “I’m a Piston, who works for the Knicks.”

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  10. Bigdee36

    What the hell? The Knicks? I wan’t to cry.

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  11. Jamie925

    Where was Rodman?? I was at the game tonight and was very upset he didn’t show up…

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