The Pistons vs. The Kings

by | Feb 10, 2010 | 13 comments

The Pistons vs. The Kings
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The 18-32 Detroit Pistons are hosting the 17-34 Sacramento Kings on their second game of a back to back before the All Star break. Detroit will try to make it three in a row and go into the break on a good note.

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 97.1 The Ticket or follow the action over at NBA.com.

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13 Comments

  1. Drew

    Let’s go for three in a row. Our next game (Minnesota) is highly winnable too.

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  2. The Fan

    damn that stinks! we had a melt down at the end.

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  3. The Fan

    you really think rip is shaving points? i’ve noticed he’s had more turn overs lately

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  4. Raphael Dion

    I dont know… but I have never seen hamilton play so erratic in his whole career… his shot selection has been very questionable this year…

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  5. edt

    yo man, dont be silly. you accuse rip of point shaving when ben gordon was 0 fer. 0 fer 8 from the 2 and 0 fer 4 from the 3. how is that rip’s fault?

    Players are going into the allstar break and with all those rookies going to dallas nobody wants to play that hard, they just want to finish the game and get on the plane.

    their bench player, beno udrih couldnt miss, 10 for 12. normally he’s an average shooter, 45% from the 2 and 36% from the 3, while our bench shooter, ben gordon couldnt hit, 0 for 12

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  6. pistonsfan101

    See I dont understand why people say trade Rip one day and the other day, they say trade Prince..
    Like the poster above me (zeke khaseli). Only cause Rip had a bad game and Prince had a good game doesnt mean you can switch your answers. I am not picking on you.. just picking you as an example.
    When Rip has a good night and Prince doesnt, you always see in theses comments trade

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  7. pistonsfan101

    contd
    Prince and keep Rip.
    Make up your mind Pistons fan.
    I just hope they both leave. I think the only reason why Gordon isnt performing well is because he needs more playing time to get his shot back. He is pretty inconsistent right now but he will get that consistency back.
    And keep Maxiell. He has been playing real well as of late.

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  8. The Fan

    All i know is I’ve enjoyed watching the last two games.

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  9. big t.p

    U dont kNOW MUCH ABOUT HOOP,I DONT WHY U YOUR STILL HEAD OF SHEED SITE KILL YOURSELF

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  10. chris

    fuck off big t.p. why would you even say that mann

    Reply

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