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 […]
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31 assists (16 from Chris Paul) on 44 made baskets gave LA the blowout in New York City. Sorry, Madison Square Garden: ya suck.
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?!
Game One: 99, 92 Hornets We took the first game at Staples with 23 points from Chris Paul and 19 from Blake Griffin, who was back to his normal swingin’ self in his second game back from injury. He played 36 minutes and grabbed 11 rebounds. Our defense kept Charlotte to 41% shooting, where DeAndre Jordan grabbed […]
The Detroit Pistons should be ashamed of themselves. I don’t know about you, But I’ve had enough. Enough false fucking hope. It only took one day to completely ruin yesterday’s masterful performance. I blame everyone. Your effort makes me want to vomit, your defense makes me want to get out of my wheelchair and show […]
It was a redemption song for new point guard Reggie Jackson. He had zero assists last game – 20 last night in a comeback win over the Memphis Grizzlies. We all were singing the Pistons blues these last couple weeks. Finally, we erased our losing streak at the Palace despite trailing by 15 at halftime. […]
First of all, we lost Andre Drummond at halftime. Apparently, he was hit in the head by a Jazz player early on, then struggled through the half. After conducting tests, he was ruled out the rest of the game. Then, despite the loss, we came back in the 4th quarter to make it a contest. […]
For Detroit, we’re in the middle of a rough losing streak. For Los Angeles, there’s no Blake Griffin or Jamal Crawford (although we can expect them back soon). Tough times in the NBA.