The Pistons endured a harrowing 90-minute plane ride from Oklahoma City to Chicago Thursday night. Storm conditions caused the plane to fly through turbulent air, with violent dips in altitude, for most of the trip.
"It was the worst flight of my life," coach Flip Saunders said.
Had the players and coaches not been wearing seat belts, the dips would have tossed them up out of their seats. Of course, not everybody hated the ride.
"Rasheed," said Saunders, shaking his head.
Wallace was throwing up his hands as if he was on an amusement park ride, hollering, "Do it again, do it again."
Pistons have rocky flight [Detroit News]