Detroit vs. New York - Fri. Dec 2nd 2005

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  1. Darth Tater

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    You beat me to it! Darko suxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.

    Rip sure looks good though!
     
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    just happy i goT WDFN

    to listen to.
     
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    Davis vs Darko

    Davis in for Rasheed. Flip just realized what we are saying about Darko. It about time
     
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    I wonder what it will be tonight, he had a solid first half. Arroyo did some good things, too. I hate seeing my Pistons giving up 59 and getting outworked on the boards. :frusty: As crappy as Darko was, I did see some intensity out there from him, just no control. Hey, I'm looking for something - anything - to praise.
     
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    Guys, I'm dyslexic (plus I prolly can't spell it). I meant to say Pistons by 03 points NOT 30. :redface::redface::redface:

    OK, I didn't expect this kind of performance by the Knicks. But we still win by 10 -12 points. :nod:
     
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    rip is the bleep

    very disappointed d-wise, but knicks will cool off. What's the big deal about this number retired on the court stuff?
     
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    ESPN hacks

    As bad as Walton is, Pippen is almost as bad. The guy has the personality of a floor mat. Mute, please.
     
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    how bout mo williams hitting his 2nd 3pt game winner of the season!
     
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    Don't tell me they "got hot" tonight.

    Was Darko that bad?
     
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    yesssssss

    yessssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    At least he speaks intelligently & consistently...I like him and would take him over BW any day.
     
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    And in a monotone :nod:

    Perhaps you're right. Intelligence over buffonery is always preferred. I can just imagine Bill doing the commentary on Christmas morning. "This coffee is outstanding, honey. It might be the most dominant java in the world. Grab me a present from underneath the tree. Oh, thanks. This wrapping paper might be the most impressive decoration I've ever seen. Wow, this is a great present. It's a history of the UCLA hoops program. And look, I'm on the cover. I was the most dominant center in Bruins history."
     
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    i'm not sure I got your point :confused:
     
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    I had a feelin Sheed would no show tonight...

    ....only 2 freeking shots and a rebound,,,KG NEVER no shows!!My bruddahs!
     
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    The next example of leadership he displays will be his first.
     
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    lmao! :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

    so true...so true!
     
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    Pistons "Flip" the switch

    Wow, talk about turning it up. Does anyone remember who Arroyo torched in the Olympics? Was it Marbury?
     
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    Carlos Arroyo is showing great leadership tonight!

    This is easily Arroyo's best game.

    I'm very impressed with how he has ran the team in Billups absence. Billups will be completely rested for the 4th quarter. I think Arroyo's rebound save followed by drawing an offensive foul tells it all. Excellent effort and performance.

    Too bad Darko hasn't shown up. Not looking good.

    Not looking good at all for our Serbian.

    Maybe when we go up by 20 there will be a Darko siting.
     
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    me thinks the boys were to interested in showing the old coach

    the offense in the first half.... well they remembered to bring that solid D in the 3rd... i can just imagine walton drooling over the d in the 3rd after talking about our lack of effort in the 1st half...

    almost makes me glad to be stuck in scotland and listening to the game over the old internet
     
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    lol! Walton's bright tonal inflections make every butt-kissing word out of his mouth seem all-the-more stupid. His commentary has the passion of John Madden combined with the thought processes of Matt Millen & William Clay Ford.
     

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