Pistons vs Rockets

by | Mar 18, 2009 | 18 comments

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The Pistons take on the Rockets tonight in Houston.  Tip off is at 9:30 PM and will be broadcast Nationally on ESPN.  If you can’t catch the broadcast, listen locally on WDFN 1130 AM or trough your computer at NBA.com

Leave your thoughts in the comments and feel free to be as descriptive as can be while I’m on the disabled list, your comments will help keep me in the loop.

18 Comments

  1. Ahmed

    HEY NAT!

    I really hope u feel better. I hope the pistons can pull on off 2 nite!

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  2. Ryan

    Just wondering.. What exactly is your injury?

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  3. Tim

    If the Pistons can play with this much heart and a full roster, they could surprise people in the playoffs

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  4. Chris

    Michael Curry is terrible at the end of games. You Foul an 86% FT shooter w/ 28 seconds and a timeout, the guys did not even try to get back as if they were instructed to do that. You have a tie game at the end of regulation and you have Herrman take the last shot. Whatever, he was open, but, Not doubling Yao late in OT, come on, that was like taking candy from a baby.

    In the end, I am glad Curry is finally getting to see these bench guys he never played, like Aaflalo. Things look up, get a real coach and some frontcourt help.

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  5. Ricardo

    Curry deserved to get fired FOR LETTING WALTER HERRMANN TAKE THE LAST GOD DAMN SHOT.

    HERMMANN TOOK THE LAST. DAMN. SHOT. IN. REGULATION!

    AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

    /primal screaming finished

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  6. Kero

    The odds were stacked against us. I mean we were coming off a game yesterday, without our 3 top scorers, on the road. So, proud of the Pistons, and Heat, and Sixers both lost.

    We should win the clippers game and the Heat game if Sheed and Rip are back!

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  7. Richie

    I’m proud of the way that our team took the #3 team in the west into double overtime playing a back to back missing three allstars. I don’t have a problem with this loss as a fan. The effort was certainly there.

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  8. augustslady

    Don’t you know he plays for the D,we have a rep….
    We’re always the heavies in any given situation…lol
    Then there are the CHOSEN…God’s gift to this world!
    Hurry and be well NAT!

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  9. chaldo-pistons

    VERY VERY BAD COACHING !!!!!!! FUKKIN DUMB ASS BALD HEADED DICKLESS FUKK !!!!!!!!!!! NOW THE FUKKIN BULLS ARE CATCHING UP WITH US 🙁

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  10. pistonsfan101

    Yeah Ryan.. I don’t think they should have called timeout at the end of the 4th quater. They wasted like 3-4 seconds after stealing the ball and then it was just useless.

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  11. altan

    well good job by afflalo and stuckey at least, i woulda rather had a WIN

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  12. LiamJones

    I wouldn’t say Curry drew up the last play in regulation for Herrmann. It was a matter of circumstance, Stuckey realized his drive wasn’t promising, saw an open Herrmann (who is “an excellent three point shooter”), he simply missed (barely!!)

    As much as I think (or don’t think) of Curry, it’s not like that was the first choice. I don’t enjoy, however, how we become completely one-dimensional on offense late in close games. OF COURSE WE’RE NOT GOING TO WIN IF WE RUN THE SAME GD PLAY EVERY TIME DOWN THE COURT!!!

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  13. 5scarface6

    impressed by kwame’s play today. if we work hard on him, he might be the next Ben Wallace or sumthin.
    Kinda sad that Dyess didnt get the win, amazing play from him. so was it for afflalo…
    oh well at least the pistons have a bright future

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  14. Tim

    “..he might be the next Ben Wallace or sumthin.”

    Kwame had a good game – but not THAT good a game.

    Kwame’s individual defense actually really impressed me during his one-on-one play with Yao and Scola. Brown’s problem is with help defense and making sure he stays active in the game even when he’s not the focus of the action.

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  15. pistonsfan32

    good effort by the pistons. curry actually drew that last play up for stuckey but he passed it up for an open hermann. i still don’t see why stuckey would take the last shot considering how terrible his shooting has been (and he cant make free throws that would have won it) Aaron should have taken the last shot…. and bynum should have been in the game over stuckey

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  16. pistonsfan32

    also i really do not understand how bynum only gets 18 minutes in a 290 minute game that is missing 2 of your backcourt players. someone please explain this to me

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