A yawner after halftime. CB and Rip as well as the bench gave us some good minutes in the first half which was enough to have a 11 pt halftime lead. The starters extended that lead to 31 before we hit the end of the third quarter. CWebb and Tay led the third quarter assault. My only issue was that despite the huge lead, Flip didn't substitute in the third until 2 mins were left in the quarter. So even though the Pistons played last night, CB and Rip both logged 41 minutes and Tay 39! Sheed was the only player that did not score .shooting 0-7. But he did grab 6 boards and had 4 assists and a block. Even the forgotten Pistons Flip jr and Nazr (sporting an-end-of-the-bench beard) got in the scoring column, but just barely with 2 pts apiece. Both contributed their usual turnover and Narz ruined a near perfect night for the Pistons at the charity stripe by missing 4 straight FT's. The Pistons hit their first 27 FT's setting a franchise record before CWebb missed the second of two freebie. After that miss they hit six more straight before Nazr missed the last four attempts. So 33-38 for the night. The Brahma was in full affect showing that he didn't deserve the All-Star snub for super sophs. 5-8 shooting from the floor and the 52% FT shooter went 6-6 from the stripe. Team wise, we shot 55.2% from the field almost 89% from the FT line and grabbed 45 boards to the Nets 32. As for the Nets, they never looked like they were ever in it. Visanity missed his first 9 shots and Jason Kidd was 5-6 from the beyond the Arc and 0-7 from inside it?? Mikki Moore scored 18 points in the first quarter and 2 the rest of the game. If not for the Nets eleven 3 pointers, the final score of 113-89 would not have been that close.