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The Pistons last win was AN ENTIRE MONTH AGO, if you can fathom that (hear, hear, 76ers), on Friday, November 14th in Oklahoma City. That overtime thriller where Brandon Jennings tore them apart. It’s been that long. Detroit beat the Suns in Phoenix 105-103, holding on at the buzzer. Andre Drummond led the way, and Kentavious Caldwell-P [...]
“Stanford was diagnosed with leukemia during a routine physical 15 years ago and is now in the final stages of his fight with cancer. One of his final wishes was to take his son to a Clippers game, but the Clippers provided much more than that, letting him practice with the team early Friday.” “I never knew I was going to get invi [...]
With a win in Utah, it’s their first six game win on a road trip – EVER!
In the midst of their seven game road trip, Los Angeles used their Michigan karma to take down Houston 102-85. Griffin scored 30 on 11-20 shooting with 10 boards. Our Pistons almost overcame Milwaukee at home. Hang in there, soldiers.
As the official ambassador for this game, let me first welcome the Clippers to our fine state. Please, enjoy the Palace. LA and Detroit kept it close for four quarters, exactly $narf’s dream as his two favorite teams battled each other. Ultimately, the bench scoring of the Clippers proved too much down the stretch. The Clippers led 9-2, [...]
Following a nice four day rest for the Clippers, we have took three of our last four. First, we beat Phoenix, pulling a Back to the Future to avenge the Pistons. Then, we took one in a gay loss to Chicago. The Clippers were clearly still getting used to their bench parts… We came together in Orlando nicely on Wednesday, working together [...]
Even though the Detroit Pistons lost, I guarantee every fan left the Palace feeling like a winner. The Pistons hosted the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday. The first half was a feel-‘em-out sluggfest, a low-scoring, tie game. The Suns usually run, but the FagTwins were stifled by Detroit’s D. Meanwhile, they had no answer for our interio [...]
The Pistons started strong on the road, taking an early 12-4 lead. Greg Monroe looked too powerful in the post, and Josh Smith was getting it going as well. Oklahoma City relied heavily on jump shots without Kevin Durant or Russell Westbrook. Detroit looked unstoppable when attacking the hoop, however, a flurry of jumpers forced a pair of Sta [...]