The Pistons vs The Clippers

by | Nov 13, 2010 | 6 comments

The Pistons vs The Clippers

Thanks for being patient with the slowness issue on the site.  The site was down for a few hours today while I moved things over and upgraded the servers.  You may see some things missing for the next couple of days while I restore everything to its past Sheedness.

Enjoy the Clippers game…or at least I hope you can say you enjoyed it.

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  1. Jared Ruefa

    Though I didn’t get to watch it, nice to see the W.

    All starters (minus Ben, but that’s expected) in double figures and Charlie V with 30 off the bench? He’s been playing lights out lately. Just wish this team could play some defense

  2. edt

    pistons are never in a poster because first of all, nobody can run. we are real slow, so we give up every fast break. second, pistons are scared of those big guys. have you seen how big they are in the nba? just step aside. being a piston means nobody is in the poster. look, we are the pistons, we dont want nobody to get hurt, that’s why we step aside when someone goes strong to the rim. we are nice like that.

    we cant block, we cant run, we cant defend, we cant pass the ball, we cant space the floor, there’s a long list of things the pistons cant do. but we can do one thing. shoot the ball.

    two of our starters tay & rip have checked out, cant blame them, we are all just waiting for the sale to go thru. ben gordon seems to think he is auditioning for the point guard, instead of being our best shooter, charlie v is a black hole, he’s never seen a shot he didnt like. tonight tho he was unconscious. horrible shot selection but they all went in. I’m not sure how much I like that.

    But i’ll take a win. thank goodness for the clippers. they are a turnover machine.

    we cant create any shot but if you dont guard us we can shoot the lights out from the three. the clippers proved this.

    This clippers team is 1 and 9 or 1 and 10 and lost by 20 points to the hornets (who by the way have beaten the clippers 14 or so games in a row).

    The clippers are absolutely awful.

    I loved watching the game, it was a hard fought game in the cellar, but at the same time it was very disquieting, are we really this awful? why wont ben gordon shoot the ball? how come we have these 3rd quarter meltdowns every single game? Is Charlie V really the best player on the pistons team?

    • rai_from_the_philippines

      I didn’t get to watch the game (not that it mattered, tv stations here only televise boston, miami, and laker games) so i tried to patch the flow of the game through the box scores and game recap, and a little bit of video from And what the…. no kaman, no baron davis, and the pistons needed OT to win this game. Jeez, the state of the pistons is so sad. Here’s hoping that the sale gets done and things get better.

      GO PISTONS!!!

  3. PistonsFan

    Well Pistons got a nice victory, but I and I think not even I was happy how the things was going on the court. First of all Pistons struggling at defense. Also Kuester rotation is not good. T-Mac got only 7 mins and he scores 5 pts (2/2) He got nice start but Kuester stop him. T0Mac should have 20 min per game !

  4. Rashit Flawless

    edt said it…
    sadly, we have no one to post up. No any player to play from inside to outside.
    But let’s enjoy a bit, we still won the game tho)))
    But if you ask me, I think Pistons will have to tank it at the end of the season, I can’t see any possibilities to get to the POs playing like that and with this roster
    About T-Mac: I think, he’s not ready now, everytime I see him in the game, I kinda think “you better not die on the court, man. You better be careful with your steps and don’t even try to jump -it looks scary”

  5. Normal2

    Even in a win, the pistons get kicked while their down..hahahaha. I understand realism though.


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