Went for 22 points (season high) and 10 rebounds. I remember when I'd get excited when he'd have a game like this for us (he had one in a win over Miami) but then be saddened when I realized it was not a sign of him turning the corner. Happy for him though.
It was fun while it lasted.
As related by Ric Bucher at the end of this article, a scout analyzed the Pistons's PSE situation and suggests that part of the problem is that Josh Smith and SVG just didn't get along and that the team's current tear just can't last. Thoughts?
"Andre ... Andre!"
The Pistons are going all in on "the wall" after Stan Van Gundy's now-infamous timeout yell. Their cheerleaders are decked out in "The Wall vs. Everybody" shirts, and the team will even be introduced to Pink Floyd's "The Wall." From zero to 100, real quick.
A pretty good breakdown of what and why things have changed
After the Dallas win, they have taken over the 8th spot in Hollinger's model.
"Right now, they’re one of the best basketball teams in the NBA just with the way that they’re playing together and how hard and the kind of energy they’re playing with. You’ve got to admire what they’re doing."NBA.com post-game quotes serves us this gem from one of the most respected coaches in the association. The Pistons are for real right now.