A Philly First Round

by | Apr 15, 2008 | 6 comments

The Detroit Pistons vs. The Sixers
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If you didn’t know it by now, Detroit will be facing The Philadelphia Seventy Sixers in the first round of the Playoffs. The Sixers fate was sealed after a seriously suspect call (you be the judge) that went against them last night in favor of The Cavs.

Most Pistons fans would have been happy to see a Toronto squad who couldn’t get past the Zoo Crew instead of a Sixers team who can take a game from Detroit. And yes, that’s about all they can do. Expect Detroit to come strong out of the gates this season. I don’t think they are going to sweep the young Sixers, but I don’t expect them to take more than a game from this hungry Detroit team.

6 Comments

  1. TDP

    Pistons in four.

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  2. Natalie Sitto

    Thank TDP… I did’t want to jinx it.

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  3. Junior

    That call was some bullSh*t!! Get ready for it Piston fans. That call was just the refs warming up for the postseason.

    They are not going to be satisfied until the Lakers and the Celtics meet in the finals.

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  4. The Fluidics

    Here’s my projected roster:

    1-5: obvious
    6. Maxiell
    7. Hunter
    8. Stuckey
    9. Ratliff
    10. Johnson
    11. Hayes
    12. Dixon

    Left off of the list would be Afflalo and Herrmann. No victory cigar in the playoffs. I’d be sore about showtime, but dixon is more consistant, and Lindsey is a game breaker.

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  5. xXxRiPHammyxXx

    I was at the Sixers Cavs game last night. The clock hit 0.0, and everybody started to leave, and it said Sixers Win all around the stadium. Then the PA announcer said that there may be some time left, and everybody got PO’d. Leaving the stadium was funny, I started a Pistons chant, that nobody joined in with. Im just happy that I will get to see the Pistons live in the playoffs, Ill be getting tickets to all of their games in Philly.

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