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Road Warriors

Both the Clippers and Pistons were forced to play back-to-back home/away games after battling the best teams in the NBA. You could tell. Neither team started very strong, going behind by a lot quickly. Los Angeles trailed 19 in the second quarter, Detroit 20. No legs. Credit their desire, though. Both squads came back to […]

Pistons Show a Lot of Heart

For a second, I thought it’d be another joint column where both the Clippers and Pistons knocked off the two top teams in the NBA. Instead, the glory is all Detroit’s tonight. At the Palace, we brought a strong 4th quarter to blow past Atlanta, the team with the Eastern Conference’s best record. We knew […]

Last Minute Flop Costs Clippers

You never like to single out the referees. But Doc Rivers has my back on this one. The Warriors are the new darling, from everyone in the media to the referees. The Clippers, meanwhile, are supposedly the bad guys. Even though we’ve been the underdog our whole life, while Golden State is filled with douchey […]

Mike Babcock Let’s Media Have It

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 […]

Our Condolences to Mike Babcock

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 […]

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Pistons Finally Miss Moose

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 […]

Clippers Finish East Coast

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 […]

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