Some may wish to play down the significance of this victory because Toronto is not a strong team, and/or because it is just one win. And I can certainly recognize that Toronto is in fact not a strong team and that it is in fact just one win. However, I'd be wary of playing down the significance of the victory. I think Lee's recap aptly emphasized all the detailed technical ways in which the win was very significant. To that, I just want to add that I felt (as did others in the chat I think) that we were watching a rejuvenated team. Not only was this evident in the activity on the boards, moving without the ball, sharing the ball -- but I felt that it was evident in the body language. It seemed to me that they were playing as if it were the first day of spring, like they'd gotten out from under a weight or burden. They were having fun and they looked like they were having fun before they turned it into a rout. Subjective impressions, I know, and so easily discounted. What is, undoubtedly true, is that a beat down against a weak team is absolutely unprecedented for this club this year (the closest really that we've come, if i recall correctly, is the game where we were crushing -- who was it? Charlotte -- and then turned it into a nailbiter). So Toronto may be a patsy, but we've been losing to some patsies and beating others by a point at the buzzer. All in all, this game restored for me the feeling of fun and joy on the court and in watching the game and also gave me back a sense of optimism that, irregardless of whether or not we can actually beat the top teams in a 7 game playoff series, we will give them a fight and we will have fun doing it. Go pistons.