Round 2 Game 7 - "The Witness Falls"

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  1. Zoso

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    **Chat Room Is Open folks!**

    Come one, come all. Game seven is on the line. We need all the help we can get!!
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    Just keep in mind, we now have Blazin Hazen.
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    AnnyK and Zoo, I think I'm believing all the anti-Flip talk. He won't adjust quick enough.
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    he needs to be taken out of the game. his man is double teaming and playing zone. as soon as the double team happens ben is supposed to head toward the rim. he's not doing that and isn't getting any rebounds. why is he in the game????

    ben sucks.
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    tay carried us. i think we are on to something. i'm so glad lebron is over. it's time for flip to seriously look at his sub patterns. it's time for mcdyess to get more minutes than ben.
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  9. majestik

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    Great win by the PISTONS. Yeah baby!!!!! Bring on Wade and the gang. :fingerscr

    Defence was awesome today holding the cavs to 30.8% from the field and 6 points to lebron in the 2nd half.:nod:

    Catch yall in the chat in game 1. :fingerscr :fingerscr :fingerscr
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    Tay and Hunter Co-MVP's of the game for me!

    Now THAT was Pistons basketball. We shattered our own record for fewest points allowed in a game 7 (69 against the Nets). And tied a record for least # of points allowed in the 2nd half of a playoff game.

    I just wish we could have done it in 4 or 5 games instead of 7.
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    Lindsey Hunter did it, man oh man. I Will give Flip credit, going with Lindsey on Lebron last game was a good adjustment. LH got into LB's chest and took him off rhythm, and Lindsey aside from Rip is our only 'quick' player on this team. We definitely have to get a quick PG in the summer who can get into the paint.
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    Chauncey was horrific. 8 rebounds, though? Impressive. No more Snow for the rest of the playoffs.
    Rip's shot was off, but his defense was solid.
    Tayshaun's complete inability to pass out of a double-team hurt the Pistons, but his defense was decent and his early offense and OREBing were key.
    Sheed did everything but hit his shots.
    Ben wasn't all that good until the fourth quarter.
    Lindsey was incredible and probably personally won the game.
    Dice was terrible. A red carpet to the rim.
    Delk was terrible.
    Evans was consistent.

    ... the Pistons escape to the next round. Good team defense for the most part. But 11 assists? :tsk:

    I have no read on the Miami series. The Pistons should win easily, but I said that about the Cleveland series as well.
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    Witness Accomplished!
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    the problem is the only person he had to pass to was ben. i'd rather tay throw it out of bounds than throw it to ben. watch the games then talk.
    who scored on mcdyess?? mcdyess at least scores on the other end. he rebounds and doesn't get pushed out by verajao like ben. he was much more active than ben. he was at least attacking the rim. watch the games.
  15. justise32

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    Rip's shot wasn't too off. He was 5 for 10; 50% FG percentage, which is pretty good for a guard last I check. :nod: Now, missing 3 of his 8 FT was unlike Rip. But, it's all good.......we got the win.

    Tay was the MVP of this series. I said at the beginning of the series that our Prince would reign. Glad he didn't disappoint.:)
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    I'm going to nominate warthog game 7 MVPf. How was it down there?
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    Bull%%%%. Ben on the floor doesn't screw up the spacing that much, particularly when Flop noticed what LB didn't and rotated Rip to the weakside corner when the baseline trap came, where he was WIDE OPEN on EVERY SINGLE Prince postup and got the ball maybe twice. Prince's tunnel vision on the block is a major reason why he'll never be as good as some homers think he is.
    Everyone. He can't guard anyone worth naming in the low post, his S/R coverage is horrible, and his help defense is beyond atrocious. To make things worse, he usually gives up and-1s on his uncontested layups.
    Untrue.
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    Yeah the Prince reigned over the King. :nod:

    But you got to give it to LBJ though ...he skipped princeship and went straight to kingShip...but no championship this year though.
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    After this game, everyone should know why Ben should NEVER get the ball offensively, except for tip- ins, tip- dunks or alley- oops. He's horrible, he can't dribble, he can't shoot and his free throws are just sad.
    Sheed hit almost nothing...
    mc Dyess was quite invisible... CB finally was solid and brought some stability into the game. Rip did ok.
    Prince was good, solid D and nice abuse in the post.
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    A win is a win even if it is ugly.

    Why does anyone think we will beat Miami easily? Did you watch them against the Nets? Nothing is coming easy from here on out.
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