The Pistons vs. The Clippers

by | Mar 18, 2012 | 6 comments

The Pistons vs The Clippers

The 16-28 #Pistons are in LA to take on the 25-18 Clippers.  Los Angeles had dropped three of the first four on its six-game home stretch before beating the Rockets on Saturday.

  • The good: Rodney Stuckey is still red-hot.
    The bad: Clippers have won three of four verses Detroit, but the Pistons won the last on against the Clippers at Staples center in November of 2010.
  • Who to watch: Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and the newly acquired Nick Young.  Remember Nick, he was draft right after Rodney Stuckey.  And don’t forget all the Pistons fans in LA.
  • The unknown: How many jaw dropping dunks will Mr. Griffin rack up on the Pistons?

Tip off is at 3:30 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.

6 Comments

  1. Bad Boys

    Nat I always check out your schedule for the games and you had the Lakers up there for today’s game all season. To bad, I was looking forward for a rematch but lob city will do.

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  2. NYC

    Fun game.Tough loss. Why BG over Stuckey down the stretch?

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  3. Julian

    Another tough tough loss in OT against a very good Clippers team in LA.
    Tayshaun had a good game in his home town. He looks much better than in the start of the season when he had the knee injury.
    Stuck may have had a toe injury.
    Another very good game for Moose.
    Frank basically went with the 9 man rotation again.
    NO CV31 again.

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  4. Mel

    I just got back from the game, Boy it was electric. The Boys represented very well , I would have liked a win but it is what it is, ping pong ball right? Moose handled Blake pretty well , no lobs. But Chris Paul was on it the last quarter to finish and nobody could stop him. So I couldn’t get too mad. Seems Like Stuck hurt himself sometime in the 1st half and then in the second. I was pissed not to see him or Knight go off, but the Clippers contained the back court pretty well. That’s why Jonas, Monroe and Prince had a good game. Prince could not miss most of the game. All in All I had a great time and enjoyed watching my boys put up a fight on the road. Last year I saw the Pistons against the Lakers ( Monroe’s first year) and comparing this years team (Live) to last years team is like night and day.There was one stretch in the game Detroit’s defense was like 2004’s totally frustrated the crowd. I’m happy we got L Frank as a coach.
    P.S Told you Nat, Frank would do his magic. The Pistons are in good hands.
    I just wish they would have won D@m!#.

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  5. Enoc (Mexico)

    Step by Step, the Pistons are getting back to be the team we all want… Next year it’s going to be a great one… GUARANTSHEED!

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