The Pistons vs The Timberwolves

by | Apr 14, 2010 | 19 comments

The Pistons vs. The Timberwolves
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The 26-55 Detroit Pistons will be on the road for their final game of the season Wednesday night against the 15-66 Minnesota Timberwolves.

A victory over the Pistons for the Timberwolves would avoid matching the worst record in franchise history.

For the Pistons, their lottery seed will have to wait until the final games play out. The worst the Pistons can do is be the 6th seed, and best case could land in a for the 3rd seed.

Rodney Stuckey will sit out the last game as I assume will Rip Hamilton and Chris Wilcox.

Will Darko have a breakout game against his former team like Amir did?

The Scouting Report via Pistons.com
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Tip is at 8:00 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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19 Comments

  1. The Fluidics

    Watch close, could be Tay’s last game in Pistons red white and blue. (hope not)

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  2. Shawn D.

    Actually the best they could do is be in a 3-way tie for the 4th seed, cause the Nets locked down the 1st Minn. got the 2nd and Sacramento guaranteed that the Pistons could not get the 3rd yesterday

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  3. James (Australia)

    No Ben Gordon for lottery balls, uh…personal reasons. I know this could be the last time we see Tay and Big Ben in Pistons colours, but I think it is more likely that Rip has played his last game.

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  4. The Fluidics

    Rip’s got a lot of years left on that contract…

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  5. edt

    lol @ ben wallace hoisting up his first (and last) 3 pointer of the season. why not.

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  6. junior

    hey any of you guys doing the p90x? its on the side bar up top of the screen. my wife and i started it about a month ago, that program works. i lost 6 pounds and 2 inches off my waist, and shes lost 8 pounds, not sure of inches you know women. i really suggest you guys try it out i feel a whole lot better since i started it. hey maybe we should get daye on this program in the off season. get some muscle on that boy. o well been fun watching you guys (pistons) even though its been a down year. i got to go to 4 games this year!! thats good cuase i live 3 hours away and i work 2nd shift! pistons fan for life. GO PISTONS

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  7. The Fluidics

    Going out a high note, nice.
    I like Chuck, glad he’s gonna stick around all summer, hopefully come back strong next year.

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  8. adam b

    If Max and Big Ben work on their three point shooting a little more, we should be dangerous next year! lol.

    Sad to watch the season go, wish the record could have been flipped though. Let’s hope for an interesting off-season and a lucky bounce or two of the lottery balls.

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  9. Raj

    That was Ben Wallace’s 2nd three pointer this year, technically.

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  10. junior

    P90X ALL THE WAY. buff up for the summer. 90 days and you will be ripped!!! GO PISTONS

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  11. Shawn D.

    ohhh man my sould hurts right now after finding out that if the pistons would have just lost this meaningless game they would be tied for the 4th seed instead of tied for the 6th seed…AKA the difference between Favors and greg monroe AKA BIG difference

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  12. Shawn D.

    soul* lol

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  13. TRADE RIP TO A CONTENDER SUPPORTER

    I’m sooooooo happy that it’s all over!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  14. Jesse

    Everyone remember this come lotttery night, we should be selecting where Kings are. If this franchise had been able to handle this right, we had a stranglehold on 3rd worst about a week ago, before the three game win streak. Now were 7th? Ughhh…

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  15. steve

    jesse thats what i said.. the pistons wanna win games that dont matter and screm themselves out of a top 3 pick.. dumbars is at it again.

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