Pistons Lose!

Thats it. The Detroit Pistons lost to the Miami Heat. But, the Heat did not beat the Detroit Pistons. The Detroit Pistons beat themselves. Whatever team they were facing this roung would have beaten the Pistons. And more specifically they could not have beaten the Detroit Shock tonight, let alone the Heat. They could not score. They missed layups, missed open jump shots, and blew odd man fast breaks.
Tonights game was disgusting.
Everyone knew at the beginning of this season that the Detroit Pistons were going to play the Miami Heat for the Eastern Conference chamionship. The Pistons had all season to prepare and blew it.
Are the Pistons tired? The last 3 years the Pistons played late into the playoffs. Maybe they are just worn out!
What does this mean now? Can they be contenders again next year?
I think Joey D should punish the Pistons for their terrible play in the playoffs by forcing the team to go back to the teal jerseys next season.
Joe has his hands full….

4 Comments so far

  1. ripi$money (unregistered) on June 2nd, 2006 @ 10:01 pm

    As upset as I am right now, I must admit that there isn’t much to be changed. The team won 60+ games in the regular season, and just suffered a Red Wings-esque collapse in the playoffs. Perhaps a few offseason signings, maybe a minor trade… You just can’t help the fact that we weren’t making shots that we had been making all along. Things like that are out of everybody’s control.

  2. Erica (unregistered) on June 2nd, 2006 @ 10:37 pm

    Anything but the teal jerseys!

  3. jim (unregistered) on June 2nd, 2006 @ 11:56 pm

    Well congrats to the Heat, they are finally in the finals. My only hope is that we don’t have to listen to the D Wade hype during every timeout and every time he touches the ball. It seems the media (the coverage team for this series was like listening to 5th graders talk about thier favorite players) has gone just a little overboard on thier constant spotlighting of one or two players in each series. Lebron…Wade…Shaq..etc. NBA teams DO have more than one or two players last time I checked. On the bright side though…at least we won’t have to cut to Eva Longoria (sp) every 2-3 minutes….I think that was worse!!!

    Good luck to the Heat

  4. Johnny (unregistered) on June 3rd, 2006 @ 11:08 am

    The media made Lebron a star 3 years before he even set foot on a NBA court.

    Now that its over, can we get back to more important matters, like baseball?

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