Antonio Mcdyess (to me) was a candidate for 6th man of the year earlier in the season. He was instant offense coming off the Pistons bench and contributed on the defensive end also. Much has been said about Dice ressurecting his career here in Detroit, and at times he has looked like the younger version of Dyess. Perhaps nobody was more upset at the loss to the Spurs in the Finals last year than Dyess was. Afterall, he didn`t take part in the championship celebration the previous year and was so close, to see it slip away in 2005. Dyess hit a slump when his bench mate Carlos Arroyo was traded to Orlando. The chemistry he and Arroyo had on the "pick and pop" was very good indeed. His offense struggled however, upon the departure of Arroyo but he continued to do the little things like rebounding and playing defense. With Sheed hobbling and Dyess finding his groove and hunger for that ring again, now is the time to go after that championship with all he has. Game 6 Dyess should see more action especially if Sheed is not effective. Flip must make him our primary inside option. Flip make the call, make the adjustment. This is it, an elimination game put it all out there. I can see it now, not only will Dyess hit that 12 foot jumper, he will do couple of reverse pivot fakes and go to the hole and slam on our friend the poster boy, Alonzo Mourning! So Mr. McDyess, if you really want this championship game 6 may be your first oppurtunity to prove it.