Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by TheeTFD, Feb 1, 2013.
Tay better represent
Totally agree. Tony Allen reminds me of Lindsay Hunter and Mike James back when they were both tenacious defenders.
Chris Paul looked stressed out. That's not easy to do.
He was only half as stressed as Mrs. Dre during last nights game....
He'd do well representing samsonite.........
Tay the Grizz scored 15 points in their win over the Clips today, but Billups the Clip, was a no show with 0 points on 0-6 shooting.
It's a few days old, but here's a pretty good article about Tay the Grizz, that starts off with a little nostalgia about Tay the T-Mac Stopper.
NBA playoffs 2013: Tayshaun Prince back to playoff relevance - ESPN
Before the deal, the Grizzlies had compiled a 29-15 record with a defensive rating of 97.1 points per 100 possessions and offensive rating of 100.4 points per 100 possessions. With Prince, Memphis finished the regular season 27-11, with a defensive rating of 97.8 and an offensive rating of 103.3. By more firmly embracing who they are, the Grizzlies got even better: Their 56 wins this season are by far the best in franchise history.
That's what I wanted to know.
Nice refresher Wood.
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