The Pistons vs. The Jazz

by | Nov 21, 2009 | 11 comments

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The 5-7 Pistons are in Utah to take on the 8-4 Utah. Detroit is looking to actually win a game against to Jazz, who the Pistons last beat 64-62 in Detroit on March 13.

The Scouting Report via Pistons.com

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Tip is at 9:00 pm EST and will be televised on FOX Sports Plus . For the radio broadcast tune into 950 AM or follow the action on NBA.com.

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11 Comments

  1. Drew

    Utah is only 6-6. I’m not feeling its starting lineup as much as I used to. Pistons are playing toughly through the 1st half.

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  2. The Fan

    WHADDDA BUMMMA!!!!!!!!!

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  3. sam i am

    mann we keep playing hard, never give up on anygame. real proud of the guys, but soon enough these games need to be wonn.

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  4. Richie

    For missing the pieces we we’re missing right now, I’m very proud of how well the fellas are playing. They’re making close games against tough teams, and I’m okay with the close losses.

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    • sam i am

      i c wat ur saying but L’s r still L’s no matter wat. and im afraid with so many teams playing well in the east that detroit might not make the playoffs.

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  5. adam

    yer i agree with what u are all saying. much the same. Its good that we have been close against la and portland. Its good to see some passion and fight, but a shame that we just fall short. We need every win to make a possibility of the playoffs, pretty sure they can do it, just fix on some small issues and whatnot.
    We all know what they are, and lets just hope some players can step up to the challenge.

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  6. zkranc

    forget about this losses, as long as we beat Cleveland on wednesday

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  7. Dhrumil

    Sooner or Later, it all comes down to our other 2 vets. The guys that have been through it all, the ones that bring leadership. WE need Rip and tay back ASAP! then we can see how good this team really can be.

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  8. Rai

    can a twisted ankle be really that bad? correct me if i am wrong, but isn’t it almost a month since Rip got hurt?

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  9. mannie32

    i felt so crushed at the loss: a) losing fouur straight games, after playing hard and then making an effort to make that second pass; and b) losing ton utah yet again, and in oivcertime, again!

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