The 11-23 #Pistons are in Toronto to play their last game before All Star break against the 9-23 Raptors. The Pistons would love to bounce back after the heart breaker in Cleveland to set off their vacation on a high note with a win. Thankfully the odds are in Detroit’s’ favor who have won the last three games against Toronto.
- The good: Though it was a loss, the Pistons played well in Cleveland. Good for Detroit, but not for Toronto because they are without Andrea Bargnani and Linas Kleiza.
- The bad: Toronto, who are at the bottom or the Atlantic Division.
- Who to watch: Greg Monroe, Brandon Knight and Rodney Stuckey. DeMar DeRoazn can cause trouble on any given night and don’t forget our old friend Amir Johnson is still playing for the Raptors.
- The unknown: Will the Pistons keep playing like a team and go into the break on a high note?
Tip off is at 7:00 pm and will be broadcast on Fox Sports. If you can’t catch the game on TV, catch it on the radio over at 97.1 The Ticket.
stuckey passed the ball to some guy in the first row. Maxiell passed a ball to the ref.
Ping pong balls and buffonery.
Was Stuckey injured? He only played 18 mins
Stuckey played like crap, I dont care if he has a broken finger or the flu have you ever seen Jordan with the flu or Kobe with a broken finger?
No matter how hurt he is, that is no excuse for going on vacation. Stuckey had zero effort and Frank pulled him from the game.
Remember when Isiah Thomas sprained his ankle so badly he could barely walk and then led his team to an inspiring game against the Lakers?
Now I know the pistons suck, I understand it’s hard to get up for games when the players feel there is no way to win, but when you see the Moose play his heart out night after night, it is intolerable for the other players pretend a game is just a practice.
Yeah And wats up with jj