At Charlotte Nov. 3rd, 7:00 PM

Discussion in 'November 2008' started by Dlev59, Nov 2, 2008.

  1. dba

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    Not ever having paid too much attention to him before, I must say that Will Bynum surely has a large head. Bynum bobble head night should be an adventure.

    Oh, and I really, really like the way Sheed is playing so far this season. And Kwame didn't exactly light it up, but he is playing hard and well overall.
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    For a regular season game that was about as fun as it gets.

    Bynum stole the show late in the game despite having to lug around his large head.

    We have so many young energetic guys out there...
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    Only Sheed and Prince played at all in the fourth, and Sheed only the first three minutes. Prince came out at the three minutes to go mark.

    Last year there would have been at least three if not all five starters on the floor throughout the fourth.
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    If I had a few nuts I would certainly let you all have mine. ROFLMAO...............
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    Charlotte is the turd in the NBA's punch bowl, a 100 % minor league operation. Can you picture watching hem 82 times a year? Sleeping pills would not be needed.

    I thought DET looked very disjointed on offense tonight which was understandable given the trade. This was their most Flip-like performance without the cutting where the ball stayed on 1 side of the floor a lot. They still scored 100+ points.

    DET was rather old school rebounding as well, especially in the first half.

    This was the first time though that DET was physical throughout the game and it allowed them to get away with a lot of contact late in the game.

    TaShawn, if you watch closely you'll see that Herrrrrman’s loopty loop pass totally threw off the Pistons transition D.
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    I really like the minutes distribution. When you have the opportunity, go deep. Play guys. Sometimes you will need to have your starters in there for 39+ minutes but this wasn't one of those times.

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