Pistons vs. Wizards

by | Mar 28, 2009 | 12 comments

Pistons vs Wizards
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The Pistons take on the 17-56 Wizards tonight in Washington.  The struggling Wizards will have Gilbert Arenas in their lineup for the first time in 16 months for the Wizards after undergoing three surgical procedures on his left knee since injuring it in April 2007.

We know the plight of Detroit and their playoff hopes right now.  The Pistons have lost seven of their last nine games which has put them at the bottom of the playoff picture in the Eastern Conference.

It looks like Richard Hamilton will finally take the court for Detroit, but the return of Sheed will most likely be a game time decision.

Since Sheed started his career in Washington I thought this YouTube blast from the past would be appropriate.  Now let’s hope we see Rasheed on court tonight for Detroit.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFur0C2lJj4

Tip off is at 7:00 PM and will be broadcast locally on FSN. If you can’t catch the broadcast, listen locally on WDFN 1130 AM or through your computer at NBA.com

12 Comments

  1. Wade

    GUARANSHEED!

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  2. blamu2

    somebody please have a stream of that game?

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  3. James

    wow sheed & ai dressed!

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  4. PLEASEGETAWIN

    YEAH JAMES I JUST NOTICED THE SAME THING. WATS UP WITH AI AND SHEED DRESSING IF THEY’RE NOT GONA PLAY?

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  5. dunkonu

    The dunk Bynum threw down was sick. 🙂 Good game til now (5:21 left in the 2nd).

    Our FG-% is pretty high – 62%.

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  6. dunkonu

    Halftime! 7 point lead. 🙂

    – Walter Herrmann with 2 triples in the 2nd quarter. Tayshaun hit 3/3 from downtown. Nice!

    – Stuckey with a few easy points in the 2nd. Makes it look like a lay-up drill. (13 points in 15 minutes)

    – I love it when Tay pretends to go for his lefty hook-shot, but instead spins the other way and dunks it. 🙂

    – Improvement we need the most for the 2nd half: Better transition defense.

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  7. mannie32

    wow rip really wantrs to show off his 3 point shooting tonight

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  8. KleenGee

    Can someone tell the ladies next to the Wizards bench to stop texting during a game? Are they kiddin me? They have the best seats in the house during a close game, and they’re looking down at their phones. Palease!!!!!!! Rude Byatches

    Good win for the boys.

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  9. Wade

    What a collapse we had at the end, atleast we ended up with the win. Hamilton is such a key part of our team.

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  10. CONE (Mexico)

    I agree with you Wade, RIP is a key part of our Pistons, now I feel more confident of getting 7 or 6 place in the East. With our Stars Trio we can make a good impact and enter the playoffs with the wave of momentum. And yes we can scare some teams.

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  11. dunkonu

    The Wizards just didn’t rotate on defense in the 3rd quarter which lead to plenty open corner 3s for Rip. Good we won, losing to a team that only played defense in one quarter would hurt.

    The non-call on the last shot by Arenas saved us. It wasn’t a bad non-call, but it was an important one.

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  12. lisa gluck

    love the footage. sheeeeeeeeeeeeeed!

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