At Atlanta Dec 4th, 7:00 PM

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  1. Dlev59

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    At Atlanta Dec. 4th, 7:00 PM

    TV20 Detroit, NBALP

    The Pistons roll into Atlanta on a three game win streak with an average margin of victory of over 20 points! This is the third game in a five night stint, in four cities...........
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    Pretty tough stretch coming up.
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    Indeed.

    Make that the third game in a four game five night stint....in four cities.


    Say that 5 times fast.............:MusicBigGrin:
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    This is exactly when the pistons start to get me scared. When they start thinking that they are elite and unbeatable. That is the moment we get beat so hard. I hope we don't get this attitude again this year.
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    Not as tough as the Celtics schedule. LOL

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    I'd rather be talking about 20-point wins than 20-point losses.
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    I too am in favor of the 20 points wins.
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    Ditto!!


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    I wouldn't mind an 82 20-point win season.
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    Dec 4th is a day of mourning.

    It is the annual anniversary of the official breakup of Led Zeppelin.

    It is also the anniversary of Sherman's march to the sea in which he burned Atlanta.

    Hopefully we can burn Atlanta good tomorrow without any loss of personnel.

    December 4 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Another second quarter when the offense drops off after either Murray or Hunter enter.

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    Another game where the starters are still in the game with a 20+ 4th quarter lead.

    Joe can't see the writing on the wall? Flip will never change his sneaky ways.
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    When Hot Rod starts playing he will pass the ball to AJ, unlike Murray.

    I expect to see AJ start to score more when Hot Rod starts playing.

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    I think AJ had one touch during the eight minutes he was in and got 1 assist.

    In fact he got more touches on defense (5 blocks) while he was in then he got offense.

    Who was guarding Stoudamire in the 4th quarter.

    Flip Murray makes me sick.

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    Agree.

    Ronald Murray is only good for jacking up shots....no, he's not even good for that.

    Way to go .... point guard off the bench.
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    A question that must be asked: How come Dupree isn't getting any burn?

    Another question that must be asked: Is Amir the new Darko?
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    God i hope so
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    Yet another blowout win...it's nice getting used to this while it lasts. The Hawks were getting in the lane pretty well in the first half, but some good Pistons D and hot streaks by Tay and Jarvis pushed the lead to 9 at halftime. Hawks offense went in the tank in the 3rd as the Pistons blew it open to a 26 point lead. Rip struggled from the floor again, though he did have 7 assists. Sheed got into foul trouble and only ended up playing 16 minutes.

    Lots of garbage time in the 4th, but the scrubs almost played themselves out of it as the Hawks were on the verge of cutting the lead into single digits. But some blocks by JMax and Amir (5 blocks for him alone in 8 minutes!) sparked a little run to keep the lead at a comfortable level. Flip Jr. jacked up an absurd number of shots and got no one else involved at all, for whatever that's worth. Hopefully Flip Sr. will keep him on the pine next time if he does that again.

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