November 2006 Pistons Articles

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  1. roscoe36

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    interesting article, thanks for the link
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    I thought Pistons were doing better than that on D.
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    Yep, lets see how far this new approach takes us. :fingerscr
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    That's more like it bro. If you saw the Washington game, they played an excellent offensive style with smart decision making and brought a defensive effort that got key stops and slowly locked up the Wizards' attack.

    A team can win a title playing like that. Of this I am sure.
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    There is no denying that we can make an argument as the most efficient offensive team in the league...right now. My worry is that by the bottom third of the season and into the playoffs, the league will begin to catch on to our offensive schemes. If teams play us aggresively and disrupt our offense, we become a forced shot, three point shooting team. Our defense is several steps back from previous years. ..and I still think the Dallas's, the Suns, the Nuggets, and now the Warriors play the offensive dominace game better than us. I am beginning to warm up to the fact that we will have a strong regular season. Flip is proven that he is good for that. The question will always be how will Flip adjust coaching wise in the playoffs. My faith is still thin, but hell, I want us to win so I'm hoping that Flip suprises all and does his best coaching of his "post season" career. Show me the "W" in the playoffs and I will be the first to rock a Flip Saunders avatar.
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    I don't like to look at stats. I think the Pistons have gotten a lot better at D with this unit over this month.
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    Is that what he said?

    I always thought it was...

    Tuh unnn yo funk moto, mu no iz tuuuh
    Tuh unnn yo funk moto, unyya ya get euuuuh
    Heyyyyyyyyyy, guma yoself uh chum te cuumm threwww
    Tuh ye self, "Icamado whaucanado"

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