Discussion in 'March 2011' started by roscoe36, Oct 19, 2010.
Because they scored 2 more points than we did.
Richard Hamilton is a joke.
That's all I've got to say on this game.
Rodney, you had 8 assists and 1 turnover in the Utah win.
You had 5 assists and 5 turnovers in the Bucks loss.
Is TMac still in the doghouse?
Ah, it's really nice to have small ball back. I forgot how much I missed it.
Delfino with a statline of:
Pretty well rounded player. Solid defense too.
Both teams with 17 offensive rebounds. The problem was that our 17 offensive rebounds came on only 1 possession where Monroe, Wilcox, and Villanueva seemed to be playing tetherball like Napolean Dynamite.
It was good to have the Pistons all time leading playoff scorer back in the rotation. Too bad it looked like he hasn't played in half a season.
Ben Gordon takes bad shots
Daye thinks he's clutch because he's made half a handful of game enders this season. Bynum got him WIDE open and his 3 hit the side of the rim.
The Bucks without Gooden and Bogut are still harder than our squad.
I'll play along...
At least I didn't ice out my teammates with 17 shot attempts in only 26 minutes (making 4) while getting abused at every turn defensively.
I just wished you had played selfish and not passed any balls to him in 4th qtr..
They compared the teams highest individual stats sometime during the game yesterday. I think the Pistons had something like 15.5 ppg, 6.9 rpg and 4.5 apg. That's some awesome stats - if you add upp the best stats of all Pistons and make one player out of him he's still miles away from the all-star game.
Edit: updated the stats.
Looks, stats wise, that nobody on our team does anything really well.
With Tay out and Daye starting, why was TMac on the bench not backing Daye at SF?
TMac is the new Rip, you didn't hear?
Any of this sound familiar?
Richard Hamilton scores 10 in return, but Pistons lose | detnews.com | The Detroit News
Pistons starting over with all starting spots up for grabs | detnews.com | The Detroit News
rule no1.: whatever they do it is always wrong.
That Brockman kid last night is a perfect example of how much we miss JJ. That kid played 26 minutes; only scored 8 points but had a huge impact on this game. That hustle is what has been missing from this squad all year long.
Seperated at Birth: Bucks Larry Sanders (especially from the side) and Dennis Rodman.
It's going to take Rip a while to fully come back from the groin injury.
To those who thought that trading T-Mac for a draft pick prior to the deadline was a bad idea due to the favorable prospects of re-signing him...
Has it been determined whether Chauncey had anything to do with that?
It sounds like Kuester believes TMac was involved in the walkout. TMac is getting punished for his involvement.
But Hamilton was involved as well... and he's playing just days after that article was written about his verbal abuse towards Coach Q.
This is a move from above, in my opinion. Joe was clearly tired of the bad PR and he basically forced Kuester to put Hamilton back in the rotation. You can't even convince me that Hamilton suddenly "earned" a rotation spot in practice. Hell, practice is beneath Hamilton anyway.
Maybe they needed a scapegoat. Rip is signed up for a gazillion years more, Tay is Rips BFF and Pistons royalty, Stuckey is untouchable, Daye is young and Weezer overslept. That leaves T-Mac who was in the center of the laughing guys and who's on the end of a min contract.
A way to make a stand without making a stand.
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