You think that because it’s the Detroit Sports Network and the writers work in the city, they might be in our corner. More so, you’d think, they wouldn’t turn on you just for the juicy headline or dramatic story. The Red Wings lost in a shootout tonight against the Senators, and you’d have thought someone […]
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Month: March 2015
Our Red Wing coach lost his father. We pray for his whole family on behalf of Detroit. He said his own family prayed that he’d join Mike’s mom, for he’d been battling some rough heart and lung issues since last summer. Babcock said his dad was a big Red Wings fan and was surely watching […]
Andre Drummond and Reggie Jackson killed it, but there just wasn’t enough other offensive fire power. While those two went over 30 points apiece, nobody else really reached double-digits. There’s one glaring hole: we miss the Moose. His size against Udonis Haslem (18 points) could have made the difference and provided more defense in a […]
In Doc Rivers second game back in Boston, he turned a warm ovation from the crowd into a Clippers blowout. How nice of him. J.J. Redick helped us build an early lead with 19 first half points. DeAndre Jordan had logged a double-double at this point. He delivered an alley-oop from the sky that sent […]
Michigan State came back to dominate the second half and cut down the nets. Tom Izzo outcoached Rick Pitino, holding them to the lowest shooting half by any team in the entire tournament. Pitino looked Calipari-Like on the sideline, clearly flustered once we got back in it. There was no ball movement, just desperation. For […]
Petr Griffin shutout one of (if not) the leading scorer’s in the NHL, Tampa Bay. Detroit scored three goals + an empty netter for the 4-0 finish. Oldschools fav: Gus Nyquist stunning everyone with a shovel
You did sell out with those custom Jordans, but goddammit, after benching yo ass for this long, your music is too damn good not to post:
Piece of shit league can’t even give Michael Sam a shot… NEVER FORGET THAT WE JUST LET NEW ENGLAND CHEAT ALL THE WAY TO ANOTHER SUPER BOWL WHILE OUR LIONS WERE LITERALLY CHEATED IN FRONT OF THE WHOLE WORLD. THIS IS NOT A WORTHY LEAGUE. (http://thesportingsnarf.com/2015/02/10/current-state-of-nfl/)
Sometimes playing a shitty opponent can be a pitfall. Detroit has been trapped several times by weak records, despite playing at a consistent high level against contenders. After struggling in the first quarter, Reggie Jackson finished the Orlando Magic off with a triple-double. He admitted that looking down on our opponent has been the problem, showing some mature […]
Michigan State overcame some early struggles to keep at bay, trailing only 31-27 at halftime. Denzel Valentine found his rhythm in the second half, where he combined with Travis Trice to score 27 points, the same as the Sooners entire team. Sparty played as a more complete unit, staying composed against an athletic, cocky Oklahoma […]
31 assists (16 from Chris Paul) on 44 made baskets gave LA the blowout in New York City. Sorry, Madison Square Garden: ya suck.
Down 1-0, 2-1, 3-2, and 4-3, these Red Wings managed to tie it up and force overtime without Pavel Datsyuk, Niklas Kronwall (scratched) or Erik Cole (first period lower-body injury). Keep hustlin’, Detroit.
Get the fuck outta the Palace! Andre Drummond, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, and Reggie Jackson combined for more than 100 minutes played and zero turnovers, while each scoring over 20 points. Detroit built a big lead behind 37 first quarter points, their most in any frame all season. That lead kept through three but dwindled in the fourth. […]
Los Angeles took down the Wizards Friday, then Chris Paul’s old team in New Orleans yesterday. Detroit beat the Bulls at the Palace Saturday night, and they completed back-to-back in Boston on Sunday. Could both these teams be playoff worthy?!
After two unlucky losses in Florida, Detroit beat the Blues back at Joe Louis Arena. Despite trailing 1-0 entering the final period, we pulled out the 2-1 win in overtime, where Justin Abdelkader cashed in the game-winner!