The Pistons vs The Bulls

by | Mar 28, 2010 | 12 comments

The Pistons vs. The Bulls
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The 23-49 Pistons are hosting the 34-38 Chicago Bulls Sunday evening at The Palace of Auburn Hills. I keep on stressing that it’s all about the lottery pick, but it seem as nobody takes this Pistons team seriously.

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With time running out to grab the final Eastern Conference playoff spot, the Chicago Bulls are trying not to take anyone lightly.

That might be hard against their next opponent, against whom they’ve won six straight and routed in their last matchup.

Hey, it is what it is, but the Bulls have lost eight in a row.

Injury Report:
Ben Wallace and Chris Wilcox both questionable.  Speaking of Wilcox he’s played in just 34 games this season totaling 440 minutes.  Boy I thought he was going be more of a factor for Detroit.

The Scouting Report via
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Tip is at 6:00 pm EST and will be broadcast on FS Detroit with the radio broadcast over at 97.1 The Ticket  or follow the action online over at





  2. junior

    where wer your bulls the last 10 years? o thats right under our foot. we had a choke hold on your asses. just give us a year or two you will be right back where u belong. o wait u are already there last in the playoff hunt. i mean we will be where we belong back at the top looking down on u again. GO PISTONS (get a good center)

  3. junior

    The Chicago Bulls needed a win Sunday to boost their chances of a playoff spot.

    They found the perfect opponent.

    Flip Murray(notes) scored 23 points, Derrick Rose(notes) added 19 points and nine assists, and the Bulls beat the hapless Detroit Pistons 110-103.

    from yahoo sports. really? does EVERYONE gotta kick us while we are down? ENJOY IT. we will be back before you know it and ill be laughing my ass off the whole time, until then i will be cherring my ass off for my team to win (after this years up so we can get the lottery pick).

  4. junior


  5. junior

    Murray, a former Piston, outscored former Bull Ben Gordon(notes) 23-3. Murray is making approximately one-sixth of Gordon’s salary this season.

    NICE. . . HUH?

  6. junior

    forget cousins i think we should take ed davis from north carolina. by far a better shooter. had a off year becuase of a broken hand but was slated to be a better prospect then cousins. now hes off the radar becuase of injury, he will be available to us in draft

  7. edt

    I think chicago might get lebron next year. Right now Chicago has the excuse of getting under the salary cap so they can get lebron. If he goes there he’ll certainly get a ring what with rose, and noah.

    Detroit of course, we have our own excuse (injuries). someone turned an ankle this game right? Stuckey I think. yeah that’s why we lost. This year we got nothing but excuses and a chance for the lottery.

    Stuckey needs to finish this season starting and playing 40+ minutes, he needs the confidence for next year.

    Tryin to chill and relax, and not care too much about this year. Just let it go, and go play some hoops with my friends in the backyard now that spring is here.

  8. Lori

    All of you Cousins fans, don’t forget that Darko was ranked second in the draft and Ben Wallace was undrafted! Ed Davis sounds great!

  9. The Fan

    Cousins can play and run the floor on the break. He’s the exact opposite of kwame brown!

  10. JJJ

    No way lebron goes to chicago, i know he wants to be like Mike, but he wouldn’t do this

  11. edt

    everyone says that lebron doesnt want to be in jordan’s shadow but did you see what number he puts on? It’s kobe that hates the comparison, and even kobe at one point considered chicago because of its long tradition of winning.

    Players like Kobe, Garnett, Lebron, Wade, want to end up in cities like Boston, Chicago, LA and Detroit, because of the history of winning these cities have. No other city in the USA has more than two NBA titles, it’s just Chicago, LA, Boston, & Detroit. And Joe D decided he didnt want to be in the lebron sweepstakes. Lebron would have come to detroit if we had the money and a team still making the playoffs.

    Lebron loves to win. I dont see how he can go to LA, Boston or Detroit, because they didnt position themselves the right way for the salary cap.

    If Cleveland makes it to the NBA finals obviously he’ll stay in cleveland and wait for 1 or 2 more pieces. But the cavs are a lot worse than their record indicates.


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