Not if you keep winning, too.Originally posted by <b>R-Star</b>!
you cant be too upset guys. You just came off a huge winning streak. I agree though, you guys must have been pretty tired out there on the court after all those games. I just hope you dont go on another crazy win streak, or you could take the lead in the east away from us.
The thing that really upsets me about the 6 games in 8 days, is that the week before we'll have 3 games in 7 days. Doesn't make sense.Originally posted by <b>Mike luvs KG</b>!
The Pistons just had dead legs, not just because of the back to back, but 6 games in 8 days (thank you NBA ).
They'll have a while to think about, they don't meet again till April 4th.Originally posted by <b>Brian</b>!
At least we know from watching this game that there is no love lost between corliss and ron artest. I would bet good money that the next time the pistons and pacers play those two are going to end up in fist fight. It would be a good fight Corliss I believe is stronger but Artest is quicker.
Yup... I don't see why it's any questioning who leads this team. It's clearly J.O.Originally posted by <b>JustinSane</b>!
I don't worry too much about it overall, since this was bound to happen at the end of such a brutal stretch. However, it was troubling how completely helpless the Pistons were against O'neal. I don't think any of the players currently in our rotation can match up against him, and unless Darko (the only player on the roster with the physical capability of matching O'neal's mix of length and freakish quickness) develops faster than anyone has right to expect him to, that inability to physically match JO will probably lead to our exit from the playoffs this spring.