Webber got player of the game. Not a double double, but hey 19 points, I think 6 rebounds, and 3 assists that should have been more like 6-his teammates still can't belive they are getting these excellent passes from him, pretty good stuff. If you want to find fault, well, Charlotte got way too many offensive rebounds to start the game. But the same Chris Webber was there in the 2nd half, and Charlotte only got 1 offensive rebound thru much of the 2nd half. And our starting five finished the game, well. Webber is flat out a force down around the basket on the offensive end. Got to love it. Sheed did major damage in the post too, and we got over 40 points, are exactly 40 maybe, from our starting pair of bigs. Got to love it. Sheed hit a triple or two as well while only missing about 2 shots all game. Webber did not miss many either. Talk about efficiency. Got to love it. Did I mention you got to love it? You got to. CB got tore up by Felton some, but then again, CB showed he was a bit too much for Felton to handle also. Rip as usual was steady on his shots. Tay scored here and there, hitting that huge triple down the stretch, and taking advantage of smaller guys trying to guard him. Once, he hit Webber under the basket out of a double team. Five starters all in double figures, three around 20 points. How about the bench though. Not much scoring. Hunter got a couple of buckets, Delfino was 1 for 3 on triple tries, Dyess got a bucket or two. Dale Davis got a couple of dunks. I don't remember JMAX getting in the scoring column-he only played 6 minutes. Dale Davis played a bit in each half. In the first half, he was called in to help stop the bleeding on the giving up offensive boards. He did his job. In the 2nd half, Dyess got in foul trouble and who cares, cause we had Davis to come in for him. Heck, we had Maxiell too. Pretty much immune to any foul trouble at the power forward position. The starters played a lot in this one, but heck, they had since Saturday night to rest and they don't play tomorro night. Can't complain too much there. Ten man rotation. It looks set for now, until a trade comes along. I like ten man rotations. The only person in that rotation I question is Hunter, but he had a decent game tonight since he scored his own a bit. Still can't run the offense, but if he keeps scoring and playing his D, you can't complain too much considering how little he plays. I still say they should be playing Blalock some cause Billups is going to need more rest on some nights-or he is going to go out again with another leg injury from overuse. On one play, Webber faked a pass to a cutting Rip Hamilton, getting his defender off balance for a moment. He used his advantage to calmly dribble to the basket and lay it in. Webber's passes look like shots until the last moment. Anything but telegraphing; his team had better be alert for those passes. We saw another nifty alley oop from Rip to Tay. We saw Webber on a fast break dribble in and get fouled-certainly seemed to surprise Charlotte. And Chris converted quite a few free throws. Got to love it. GO PISTONS!!!!!