The Pistons vs. The Raptors

by | Mar 13, 2009 | 19 comments

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The Pistons are in Toronto tonight to take on the 23-42 Raptors.  If Detroit pull out a win tonight it will be the first season sweep of Toronto in 11 years.  The sweep aside a win could help the Detroit, who are current sixth in the Eastern Conference,  but only a half game ahead of Philadelphia.

This is the surely a time when Detroit has to buckle down for a more desirable spot come April.

Rasheed is doubtful for tonight’s game and the Pistons will know more about the status of Allen Iverson in a week or so.

“I’m in no rush,” Wallace said a few minutes ago prior to Detroit’s morning shootaround. “I’m taking it day to day.” Via MLive

With the game Dyess played on Wednesday….he deserves more than this tribute mix, but that’s all I have for you right now.


The Good/Bad and More

Tip off is at 7:00 PM and will be locally broadcast on FSN. If you can’t watch it you can listen in locally on 1130 AM WDFN, or follow the game with a live feed on

Keep and eye and ear out for the abundance of Pistons fans in the crowd in Toronto. The comments are yours…


  1. ben

    man thats a great piece on rasheed there really is a need for sheed on this team

  2. dunkonu

    Rip with 8(!) assists in the 1st quarter! WOW!

  3. gMac

    Curry is brain farting again. Why don’t we play Amir over Kwame?

    If he thinks Amir is not ready then play him so he gets better… I just don’t see why we are playing Kwame over him when sheed is out against teams like raptors or knicks…

  4. Amer ican Prince

    I agree gMac no offense Natalie but Kwame is lazy, or is at least playing like it. Come on man, make the most of your minutes, play some defense.

  5. Amer ican Prince

    By the way are you guys watching Bosh, this is why I don’t want him here he is just skinny and not hard enough.

  6. Amer ican Prince

    tayshaun’s like 3-9 it’s under 5 minutes in the 4th and now he decides he wants to pad his stats.

    Dyess is playing great and good job distributing Rip

  7. zollie

    toronto tv people cant even spell the name of their all time assist leader. colderon? what?!?!

  8. Amer ican Prince


  9. Amer ican Prince

    That last 3 is why Arron needs more playing time

  10. Amer ican Prince

    RIP? RIP? Rip takes the last shot Curry? Really? he’s like 6-22 on the night, and you run an iso for Rip for the last shot?

  11. Russian_Pistons

    Kill Curry. Period

  12. Amer ican Prince

    Eli Zaret with the line of the night “You could call it the Passion of the Dyess”

  13. Natalie Sitto

    What a game by Dyess and Maxiell saves the day!

    I hope I can “find” the play of the game!

  14. gMac

    Mr. Davidson just past away

  15. Jamie

    RIP Bill Davidson. 🙁


    wow rips assists are jack high like snoop dog at 4:20 is there a reason he is getting so many more than usual, like 10 more than avg? not that im complaining

  17. ...

    “Amer ican Prince Says:
    March 13th, 2009 at 8:27 pm

    RIP? RIP? Rip takes the last shot Curry? Really? he’s like 6-22 on the night, and you run an iso for Rip for the last shot?”

    REALLY? REALLY?!? Cause I’m pretty sure Rips last seconds shots have SAVED US COUNTLESS TIMES IN THE PAST


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