It’s Time

by | Apr 21, 2008 | 10 comments

Despite Detroit’s loss on Sunday at The Palace it’s still time. Time to stand up, time to go to work, time to make good on promises. Respect needs to be earned and you better believe we’ll see a different team on Wednesday.

No blame today, wipe the slate clean and get down to business. After all they play for one reason.

If you need a little inspiration, like I did after Sunday night’s game, then I suggest you watch this intro video that was played before the start on the FSN broadcast.

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If that doesn’t do it, not much will.

10 Comments

  1. Eric

    Let’s go, that’s all that needs to be said.

    Reply
  2. bianca-wonka

    I am so glad that you are being so great about this NAT.
    I didn’t wanna come here and hear other you or the other fans disappointed and losing hope.
    The Pistons will win this series, and The 2008 NBA Championship.

    GOD blessed me to be fine with the loss and I’m thankful to GOD for that.

    We gotta keep praying and keep believing…in JESUS!!!

    Reply
  3. Eric

    That began as a plug for the pistons, and ended up as a plug for the Bible.

    What just happened?

    Reply
  4. ric

    nat, thanks for this, its pretty inspiring.

    Reply
  5. ric

    nat is there anyway to get this on youtube or get this video? it’d be nice to have it.

    Reply
  6. palaceprince

    time to go to work. I really hope the Pistons will come out charging and really angry that they let one slip away.

    Reply
  7. ric

    wednesday late night, that number “1” from 1-16 better be sprayed with x-mark already.

    Reply
  8. The Fluidics

    I’ll be there tomorow, making myself heard, cheering for our boys.

    Does anyone really think Philly can win 3 more games?

    Reply
  9. Natalie Sitto

    I’m with you Flu, loud and proud. I said the series would go 5 and I’m sticking to it.

    Reply
  10. lechyiskewwl

    hey can u put the opening lineup video for tommarow nights game on here? Thanks

    Reply

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