Joe Dumars Talks To ESPN’s Chad Ford

by | Jun 12, 2008 | 5 comments

One again Joe Dumars talks to ESPN’s Chad Ford on the state of The Pistons. Dumars, who always seems to be comfortable talking to Ford, gives him a look at what he’s looking to do as far as changes as well as the hiring of Michael Curry.

Chad also mentioned the fact the Rasheed Wallace was the only Piston at the Curry presser.

Another question I was happy that Chad asked was “why don’t coaches stick in Detroit?” And the Melo question.

FYI…Joe is looking for an IMPACT PLAYER!

The Daily Dish is on ESPN’s NBA as well as the Direct link.


  1. The Fluidics

    Not that it has anything to do with this post, but how do the Lakers give up a 30 point swing?

    I was going into these finals not really cheering for either team, but found myself rooting for LA, mostly out of my chest popping dislike for the Celtics. Sad too, I’ve always liked the Celtics, till this season.

    Seriously though, how is Boston going up 3-1? LA is a better team, at least I thought so. Really bugs me because I KNOW Detroit is a better team than Boston. At least they should be.

  2. cb1

    at least we can say we lost to the best..

  3. The Fluidics

    It’s not the type of consolation I want to take.

    It burns me that the Celtics bought their team, went right out and have taken it to the brink in one season.

    I’d rather a team stick together and do it right. The Spurs way.

  4. illmatic774

    I said that Boston and Detroit were the two best teams in the league and the winner would come out the East.

    I can’t be bitter anymore. This Boston team is the perfect storm sorta like our 2004 team. Who cares how they got their team? They had a LOT of resources to trade and a huge reason that they were so bad is that PP only play 1/3 of the year.

    There is no “right way.” At leasy they don’t play dirty like SA.

  5. The Fluidics

    I just kind of miss the days of players playing their whole career for the same team, building through the draft and playing like a team.
    Spurs won a few playing basically the same team.
    Lakers did the same thing.
    Bulls did the same thing.

    Can’t complain about dirty play too much, I’ve been to plenty of home games at the Silverdome.


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