The Pistons vs. The Sixers

by | Jan 9, 2010 | 28 comments

The Pistons vs. The Sixers
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The 11-23 Pistons take on the 10-25 Philadelphia 76rs Saturday night at the Palace.  This would have been the first time Detroit fana would have a chance to see Allen Iverson since his “injury” forced him to stop playing for the Pistons last season.

AI’s arthritic knee has stopped him from taking the court in Detroit.

Philadelphia has the second worst record in the Eastern Conference.

The Sixers have lost both meetings with the Pistons this season after winning four of the previous five in the series.

Injury Report:

  • No Will Bynum, who’s still bothered by ankle injuries.
  • Rodney Stuckey will play.

The Scouting Report via Pistons.com
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Tip is at 7:30 pm EST and will be televised on Fox Sports Detroit. For the radio broadcast tune in to 950 WWJ or follow the action over at NBA.com .

This is it, I really feel a victory tonight.

NEED4SHEED GAME CHAT

28 Comments

  1. The Fan

    Boooooo BABY IVERSON!!!

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  2. KG

    we’re losing…again

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  3. The Fan

    I’m Speechless…

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  4. KG

    why pistons why.. :((

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  5. Buzz Killington

    Haaaaa… early beating at The Palace from the Sixers? Reeeally?… Will Joe Dumars keep John Kuester for the rest of the season?… Wake up FO!

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    • Chris

      It’s not Kuester’s fault, in my mind it seems like this team has absoulutey NO chemistry.

      Reply
  6. FAN54

    we are down by 17 !!!! 🙁

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  7. The Fan

    Maybe we should go back to the lineups we were running before Tay and Rip came back.

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  8. Bugs

    I would love to be a fly on the wall in the locker room at halftime. I wonder who is blaming who…this is when a team either sinks or swims in bad time like this. They all need to stick together!

    I think they should play the rookies here on out or put our best hustling team on the floor

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  9. The Fan

    Wow did any buddy else catch Coach Q rippin ass… He said something like. YOU’RE 35 F*CKING YEARS OLD…. somethin somethin.

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    • Chris

      Haha I heard it.

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  10. shawn

    omg down by 20 joe d trade soon lol

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  11. shawn

    do you remember that Celtics wanted to trade Rondo and Allen for Rip, Tay and Stuckey? do u think they still want that trade we can include jmax for davis in the deal to

    1.rondo/bynum
    2.rayallen/gordon/daye/summers
    3.jerbko/daye/summers
    4.davis/cv/jerbko
    5.wallace/davis/brown

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    • Hlmk

      theres no way in hell the celtics will make that trade now, not with rondo tearin it up and ray ray averaging 16.5 ppg

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    • #1 pistons fan

      no way man ray is old and rondo wont help!!1

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    • pistons 4 life

      You’re joking right?

      Reply
  12. Jzack

    Bring Michael Curry back! lmao
    At least he didn’t have a horrible 12-game losing streak.

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  13. Hlmk

    on the bright side Ben Gordon made the 10 millionth point in NBA history, congrats ben

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    • The Fan

      He should have given Kwame Brown the honors of the Ten Millionth point.

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  14. Yasir Saleem

    http://cuthut.com/YZR
    at least something somewhat good happened today? sorta..

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  15. sam i am

    i was at the game and it seemed like brand made every fuckin shot he took, is he showcasing his stuff to joe D. lol.

    but on a serious mode, seriously trade rip already. and wat happened to tay, he didnt play in the 2nd half.

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  16. The Fluidics

    Joe is kinda stuck with Q because no matter how bad he is (I don’t think he’s bad, imo) you can’t keep running through head coachesbecause eventually you won’t be able to hire anyone good because nobody will come to a job that you know you’ll be getting fired after one season. Joe has to stick with q for until at least 2012.

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  17. What and What

    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2708/4260858309_52dbd9ae3e_b.jpg

    Yes, that’s a pistons belt.
    I should probably add this is the only game that has been on tv here in Beijing this year that I’ve been able to watch, the other being a pasting by the Lakers during which I couldn’t convince a restaurant employee to change the station to the game during the lunch rush and subsequently left in a huff leaving behind a strawberry banana smoothie that had yet to arrive but was paid in full.

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  18. Chris

    Funny how A.I. hasn’t played a game against us, I think he’s scared.

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    • Ryan

      He did play last time in Philadelphia. (Stuckey broke his ankles and made him fall.)

      He’s probably afraid of the Palace crowd, yeah. I’d feel like booing the crap out of him.

      Reply
  19. #1 pistons fan

    TRADE NOW ! WE HAVE HAD TAY RIP FOR % YRS IM SICK OF THEM WE TRADED CHAUNCY AND SHEED THEN WE CAN TRADE THEM 2 !!!!!

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  20. #1 pistons fan

    5 yrs

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  21. #1 pistons fan

    HELOOOOOOOO TRADE NOW PLZ!! I MEAN RIP AND TAY HAVE BENN HERE FOR 5 yrs…… we traded chancy got rid of sheed so we can trade these 2 also i mean im bored of seeing the face let them leave with dignity not as lossers

    Reply

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