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bigboyBlue 
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# Posted: 16 Apr 2007 13:41


Week to go for the playoffs boyz, anyone else excited?? Looks like they're going to play Orlando, a team they've handled well this year.

What's this I hear about Webber retiring/moving to Knicks? Mad dog bit him? That place is a death trap, although with his age, may be a good thing.

gordify 
Member
# Posted: 16 Apr 2007 19:25


NY Knicks might be a death trap but they over pay like a mo fo. I love Isiah for what he did for the pistons, but he has done nothing but fail at every job he's had since and even he is getting huge jack to suck in NY. Webber may die there, but he'll die rich.

Detroit Blue 
Member
# Posted: 16 Apr 2007 21:10


I think he want's another shot at that whole CBA thing.

ElnoLewis 
Member
# Posted: 18 Apr 2007 08:49


I think Webber's still pissed off about that whole burger thang from the U of M.

bigboyBlue 
Member
# Posted: 21 Apr 2007 11:22


Playoffs begin today!!! Detroit over Orlando in 5....and how good is that Heat/Bulls first round matchup? I'm personally glad one of them will be gone soon.

BlueGoo 
Member
# Posted: 24 Apr 2007 07:34


I am looking for the pistons to gain momentum and start to roll in the playoffs. They are the perfect team to sneak up on people, and this year have made the game changes necessary to fit the "new" NBA. They are better offensively and rely less on body on body physical defense that the refs won't allow. Weber might just be for them what Sheed was in 2004. His amazing passing and offense management reminds me of a quarterback in the NFL.
Also, look for Amir Johnson to turn into the threshing net shredder everyone hoped darkass millishit was supposed to be. The kid has a tremendous work ethic, great skills and is 7 feet tall. I followed this kid in college and he was a steal pick in the draft. REMEMBER THIS NAME!

bigboyBlue 
Member
# Posted: 24 Apr 2007 13:10


My only complaint with the Pistons is that being an experienced bunch (and a bit c*cky sometimes), they tend to let go of their own momentum once they get ahead, fully expecting to be able to crank it back up if the need be. It has been very evident in these first two games, when Orlando came back from double digit deficits.

Try that against a better opponent and it will cost you the game. Hopefully they're a little more tenacious now that they're on the road.

gordify 
Member
# Posted: 24 Apr 2007 18:41


I followed this kid in college and he was a steal pick in the draft. REMEMBER THIS NAME!

Uh, he didn't go to college. But anyways, your right, he is a stud. Its nice to have Cweb to, now when we have the ball it will be 5 on 5 instead of 4 on 5 (Ben Wallace).

BlueGoo 
Member
# Posted: 26 Apr 2007 07:19


Right. I followed this kid in high school and he was a steal pick in the draft.

I was confused with Jason Maxiel. He is a monster too.

bigboyBlue 
Member
# Posted: 5 May 2007 10:10


Another scary series starts tonight, we lost 1-3 to Chicago in the regular season. I say Pistons in 7.

Blue Is Nice 
Member
# Posted: 5 May 2007 13:43


I live in Chicago and everyone is saying Bulls in 6. I need a win in this series to properly talk trash at work.

The Michigan Man 
Member
# Posted: 5 May 2007 18:49


I live in Chicago and everyone is saying Bulls in 6. I need a win in this series to properly talk trash at work.

Wow, the Pistons are hammering the Bulls in game 1 - enjoy your big contract in Chicago, Big Ben, you may have missed out on a ring this year.

bigboyBlue 
Member
# Posted: 6 May 2007 08:31


Wow, the Pistons are hammering the Bulls in game 1

Wow indeed, Chicago had 22 turnovers. I'm guessing this game will not be repeated though.

The Michigan Man 
Member
# Posted: 6 May 2007 11:16


Wow indeed, Chicago had 22 turnovers. I'm guessing this game will not be repeated though.

I have to admit, where I used to cringe and cover my eyes, now I love watching Ben go to the line.

The Michigan Man 
Member
# Posted: 11 May 2007 05:27


What an amazing collapse by Chicago last night...thoroughly enjoyable. Is there any point in Chicago even showing up for game 4?

 

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