Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by jzchen, Nov 3, 2007.
YouTube - Top 10 Playoff Plays: Chauncey Billups
That guy I'll miss. Haven't seen him in a while though.
yeah that's when he drove the lane looking to finish, rather than driving the lane looking for a foul call
Bbbbbbbillups...Outside the Lines This Billups piece is probably already posted somewhere on the site but I don't have time to research it so I thought I'd stick it... ESPN - OTL: The Disposable Superstar - E-ticket
Re: Bbbbbbbillups...Outside the Lines Play Off Stats Flip Murray games 11 minutes 31 points 11.8 FG% .341 Mo Evans games 11 minutes 24 points 6.2 FG% .431
Re: Bbbbbbbillups...Outside the Lines If they would've averaged that in the playoffs when they played in Det.....
Re: Bbbbbbbillups...Outside the Lines Nope needed their own team. Detroit don't share.
Laimbeer wants T-Wolves job | Truth&Rumors | FanNation B Laimbeer wants to be head coach of Minessota. Good news for Curry and Joe, Laimbeer(and mahorn?) deserve the opportunity to coach in the NBA. Bill rules¡¡¡¡¡¡¡
Will Blalock still got it ! He is playing in the Orlando summer league with the Pacers, and you know what he did last night in his very first game? He drained a trey ! Another one ! That guy is amazing http://www.nba.com/media/magic/njnphi_ind_boxscore_070609.pdf
Stringer, great post! Only your 3rd one, but you have basketbills' favorite meme down pat.
Iverson's last stand? Bonds, Iverson,T.O,Marbury,/NBA,NFL,MLB say NO mas Blog -The Daily Word -Sporting News "Something truly telling has surfaced, after years and years of teams bending over backwards for talented but troubled superstars those days like yesterday are a thing of the past. Allen Iverson is practically begging one of the worst teams in the NBA for a chance. While he may get a chance with Memphis he is a classic case of how the mighty have fallen. Terrell Owens went to a "last chance team" as well. If things don't work out in Buffalo and chances are they won't next season Owens will more than likely be on the outside looking in." Sporting News - Your expert source for MLB Baseball, NFL Football, NBA Basketball, NHL Hockey, NCAA Football, NCAA Basketball and Fantasy Sports scores, blogs, and articles
Grizzlies waive Stackhouse one day after trade CBSSports.com wire reports "MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- The Memphis Grizzlies have waived Jerry Stackhouse, just a day after acquiring the NBA veteran in a four-team, eight-player trade. " "Stackhouse, 34, was due more than $7 million with the Mavericks next season, but his contract could be bought out for $2 million -- likely the amount of cash Memphis received in the trade." Grizzlies waive Stackhouse one day after trade - NBA - CBSSports.com Basketball
Iversons waterworks...tears of a clown? Allen Iverson in Tears Talking About His Scholarship Program Matt Watson - Fanhouse "I'm about as cynical as they get when it comes to Allen Iverson (ahem, Exhibit A), but the raw emotion he displays in this video of him talking to student athletes at his summer camp completely caught me off guard. Iverson has performed this "me against the world" monologue dozens of times in his 13-year career, but this is the first time I can recall him revealing just how much he's been affected by criticism." Allen Iverson in Tears Talking About His Scholarship Program -- NBA FanHouse
Iverson, 2 Million dollar man? Iverson talking to three teams Fan Nation - CNNSI "Allen Iverson asked for the $5.8 million midlevel exception from the Heat in a one-year deal, but Miami has been reluctant to pay him much more than $2 million, if that." Iverson talking to three teams | Truth&Rumors | FanNation
Miami might be his best chance for a title shot. No serious contender is going to compromise their roster by bringing him in as a starter. If he's sincere about wanting to win, he'll go to Miami for $2 million, shut up, do what he's told and try to get a ring.
Flip Saunders - "It's not like we got beat by bad teams" Saunders Back in the Saddle Wizards Insider - Michael Lee "Saunders had been out of the game for a full season after the Detroit Pistons relieved him of his duties last summer. The Pistons are now on their second coach since Saunders left, with Joe Dumars replacing Michael Curry with former George Washington coach and Cleveland assistant John Kuester last week. The Pistons went from the Eastern Conference finals to a first round exit without Saunders. His former team, Minnesota, has gone from perennial playoff team to perennially spending May in Secaucus, N.J. since Saunders left in 2005. Saunders was asked if he had more confidence in his system watching those programs go south without him. "As a coach, I knew what I got out of guys was as much as I could get out of them at the time," Saunders said. "There is always a window of opportunity for teams, as far as where you're at, and sometimes that window can change depending on what happens with other teams in the league. For us, unfortunately in Detroit, we got two teams that got on unbelievable rolls in Miami and Boston and they ended up winning championships. It's not like we got beat by bad teams." Wizards Insider
Re: Flip Saunders - "It's not like we got beat by bad teams" I seriously LOL'd.
Re: Flip Saunders - "It's not like we got beat by bad teams" A lot of people probably don't want to hear it, but it is true that both of his former organizations went south after he left.
No return trip for Jerry Stackhouse | detnews.com | The Detroit News
Hunter to start his 17th year in the NBA The Bulls have re-signed Lindsey Hunter. Pretty amazing and really speaks to his keeping himself in shape. There aren't many guards that get invited to play 17 years in the competitive NBA. Not many would have guessed that this guy at 39 years old, to be such a dependable athlete back when he left Detroit the first time in 2000. "CHICAGO (AP) — Veteran guard Lindsey Hunter has re-signed with the Chicago Bulls and will return for a 17th NBA season. The team announced the move Wednesday. Hunter signed with the Bulls last November and averaged 2.6 points and 1.3 assists in 28 games. More important was the leadership and mentoring he provided, particularly to eventual Rookie of the Year Derrick Rose. Hunter has averaged 8.6 points and 2.7 assists for five teams over 16 seasons — most of them with Detroit."
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