The Pistons vs The Sixers

by | Apr 6, 2010 | 4 comments

The Pistons vs. The Sixers
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The 23-53 Pistons are in Philadelphia to take on the 26-50 Sixers and distract themselves from all the drama.

Rip Hamilton is a game time decision. We are now taking best on if and how much Charlie Villanueva will play.

The Scouting Report via Pistons.com
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Tip is at 7:00 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 NBA.com.

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4 Comments

  1. KleenGee

    Will somebody pay Big Ben some more money? He’s amazing even on the offensive end tonight. Make him a player/coach and pay him more money!!!!!

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  2. KleenGee

    I think the Pistons are finally finding their rhythm. (Though, I did hold my breath when they were up by 16 with 3 minutes to play…you never know.)

    Can’t wait to see the glowing ball again Nat!!!!!!!!

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  3. Hlmk

    Wow, what a difference Ben Wallace makes

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  4. James (Australia)

    BEN WALLACE!!!! I looked at the rebounding stat and he only had 6 rebounds, I thought ok, maybe just a down day. Then I saw 18 points on 8/10 shooting and I was like WOW!

    Both Villanueva and Daye responded the right way, by letting their basketball do the talking. Even saw CV make some moves in the post. Daye with 9 boards good to see.

    Best offensive game of the year, without our leading scorer, and the guy who we paid 10 million to be an offensive force still struggled despite the fact he had no pressure. Meanwhile guys getting paid much less, were looking like all-stars.

    If CV scores consistently, Stuckey plays like he did tonight, Prince, JJ, and Wallace keep giving it on defence and to a lesser degree defence. Bynum and Daye provide some spark. Rip and Maxiell still yet to come back. Wish this game was in December.

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