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It's weird that the Charlotte Bobcats are good this year. Sure, you can pin it on the Eastern Conference being weak if you want to. After all, with a 24-30 record, they'd make the Playoffs by the skin of their teeth if they started today. But there is no denying that they are much, much better.
[caption id="attachment_8383" align="aligncenter" width="365"] Jan 5, 2014; Auburn Hills, MI, USA; Detroit Pistons power forward Greg Monroe (10) prepares to shoot the ball during the first quarter against
Once again, it's Brandon Jennings who takes the award for Pass of the Night. Very recently, he was featured for his passing against the Philadelphia 76ers. Today, it was for his nice feed against the Milwaukee
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Talent wins in the NBA. Coaching, cohesion, health, and sheer luck are instrumental to a team's fortunes,
Resume: 17.1 points, 9.9 rebounds (9th in league), 2.7 assists, 1.4 steals, 30.5 minutes, 47% FG, and 74% FT… Team record in games played: 26-49 (2-5 without)
[caption id="attachment_3988" align="alignright" width="205"] Mar. 16, 2012; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Detroit Pistons center Greg Monroe during game against the Phoenix Suns at the US Airways Center. The Suns
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MVP - Coach of the Year - Defensive Player of the Year - Sixth Man
Most years, this is one of the tougher and most competitive awards to give out. However, the last two years
I’m not a Detroit Pistons fan. I admit that. But, I am a fan of good ol’ fashioned basketball tradition.
And if we’re gonna talk about basketball tradition, we have to talk about the Pistons. Detroit has won three NBA titles in the past 22 years, and while that’s not a ton, it sure as heck is more than most teams can say they’ve won.
We remember the era in the late 80s. It was hard-nosed, aggressive defense that won the Pistons back-to-back championships in ’89 and ’90. Oddly enough, the same formula that allowed the Pistons to win in those two years (great point guard play and a defensive focus) also helped them win the title in 2004. Continue Reading