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Hypothetical 2011-2012 Detroit Pistons schedule in 82 sentences

If the NBA technically had players right now to play the games, this is how the schedule would look. Here is the full Pistons schedule.

But hey, even with the inevitability that the lockout will likely cause some of these games to never be played, who wants to think about that? So here’s PistonPowered’s annual one-sentence thoughts on each game of the Pistons schedule.

Wednesday, Nov. 2 vs Indiana   7:30pm

What a great opener, considering both teams nearly won 60 games last season. -Dan Feldman

Saturday, Nov. 5 @ New Jersey   12:00pm

Hopefully the new coach won’t lose the locker room in New Jersey … again. -Patrick Hayes

Sunday, Nov. 6 vs New York   7:00pm

Chauncey returns, Pistons fans mope. -D.F.

Wednesday, Nov. 9 @ Golden State   10:30pm

Joe Dumars tells anyone who will listen, ‘See, when you compare him to Mark Jackson, Michael Curry wasn’t that inexperienced when I hired him.’ -P.H.

Saturday, Nov. 12 @ Portland   10:00pm (NBA TV)

If the Pistons still haven’t won by the end of this game, it will be their worst start since the 2010-11 season. -D.F.

Sunday, Nov. 13 @ LA Lakers 9:30pm

In a show of respect toward beloved former coach John Kuester, the Pistons will skip the morning shootaround. -P.H.

Tuesday Nov. 15 vs Phoenix   7:30pm

Steve Nash trade rumors should be heating up by now – D.F.

Friday, Nov. 18 vs Atlanta   8:00pm

Will this be Mike Woodson’s reunion with his former team? -P.H.

Sunday, Nov. 20 vs Indiana   6:00pm

With another game against a 60-win-caliber team already, I hope the Pistons can maintain their confidence. – D.F.

Tuesday Nov. 22 @ Indiana   7:00pm

I don’t like three meetings against the Pacers so early in the season – what if both teams are competing for the division title in April? -P.H.

Wednesday, Nov. 23 vs Portland   7:30pm

Oh, great, the Pistons play Portland twice early, the only time of the year Greg Oden might be healthy. -D.F.

Friday, Nov. 25 vs Washington   8:00pm

Flip Saunders thanks his former team for preventing last year’s Wizards from getting ‘most dysfunctional team in the league’ honors. -P.H.

Sunday, Nov. 27 vs Boston   1:30pm

Tough-guy Kevin Garnett will call Charlie Villanueva “smallpox to your team and our league.”

Tuesday Nov. 29 @ Memphis   8:00pm

The game recap will be filled with comments suggesting the Pistons were totally stupid to not trade Tayshaun Prince for Zach Randolph. -P.H.

Wednesday, Nov. 30 @ New Orleans 8:00pm

If David West leaves in free agency, the Hornets would be awfully thin behind Chris Paul. -D.F.

Friday, Dec. 2 vs Houston   8:00pm

Head coaches Kevin McHale and Bill Laimbeer renew their 1980s rivalry. -P.H.

Sunday, Dec. 4 vs Miami   6:00pm

The 2012 NBA champions make their first appearance at The Palace. -D.F.

Wednesday, Dec. 7 @ Milwaukee   8:00pm

Joe Dumars and John Hammond try to decide which twosomes were bigger career killers: Charlie Villanueva/Ben Gordon or Drew Gooden/John Salmons. -P.H.

Friday, Dec. 9 vs Minnesota   8:00pm

As long as your expectations are reasonable, Ricky Rubio will be a success. -D.F.

Saturday, Dec. 10 vs Chicago   7:30pm

Brandon Knight should be just as good as Derrick Rose by this game, right? -P.H.

Monday, Dec. 12 @ Oklahoma City 8:00pm

Someone will compare Austin Daye to a young Kevin Durant – even though Daye is older. -D.F.

Wednesday, Dec. 14 @ San Antonio 8:30pm

If Antonio McDyess sticks with his planned retirement, you can go back to hating the Spurs now. -P.H.

Friday, Dec. 16 vs LA Clippers 8:00pm

If Tayshaun Prince and Chris Kaman aren’t playing in this game, for the Clippers and Pistons respectively, something might have gone wrong. -D.F.

Sunday, Dec. 18 vs Orlando   7:00pm (NBA TV)

The two most perimeter-heavy teams in the league battle. -P.H.

Tuesday Dec. 20 vs Utah   7:30pm

I’m sure Brandon Knight will want revenge against the team everybody thought would draft him, but I’m not so sure he’ll be ready to make the Jazz pay. -D.F.

Wednesday, Dec. 21 @ Toronto   7:00pm

If only the Pistons had an athletic, shot-blocking, young forward like Amir Johnson to pair with Greg Monroe. -P.H.

Friday, Dec. 23 @ Orlando   7:00pm

Remember when the Pistons were the only team that could keep Dwight Howard in check? -D.F.

Monday, Dec. 26 @ Indiana   7:00pm

The league scheduling four games vs. Indiana before 2012 has caused PistonPowered writers to run out of Indiana jokes. -P.H.

Wednesday, Dec. 28 vs Cleveland   7:30pm

Before the game, I will write a post re-evaluating the Dan Gilbert-Tom Gores comparison – in Comic Sans. -D.F.

Friday, Dec. 30 @ Boston   7:30pm

Enforcer Kevin Garnett will start a new feud, picking one of the biggest, baddest Pistons: Austin Daye. -P.H.

Wednesday, Jan. 4 @ Miami   7:30pm

With four days off to prepare for the Heat, maybe the Pistons can come within 15. -D.F.

Friday, Jan. 6 @ Philadelphia   7:00pm

Doug Collins will spend the game starting back and forth between Evan Turner in warmups on his bench and Greg Monroe getting a double-double on the court. -P.H.

Saturday, Jan. 7 vs Boston   7:30pm

JaJuan Johnson is my pick for the sleep of the draft, and by now, we should have an idea whether I’m right. -D.F.

Tuesday Jan. 10 @ Charlotte   7:00pm

By this point in the season, Brandon Knight will have clearly proven he was a better pick than Kemba Walker. -P.H.

Friday, Jan. 13 vs Atlanta   8:00pm

I heard the Hawks want to dump Josh Smith, so how about Jason Maxiell and Vernon Macklin for him? -D.F.

Sunday, Jan. 15 vs Golden State 6:00pm

Pistons fans will say that Ben Gordon, if used right, is just as good as Monta Ellis. -P.H.

Wednesday, Jan. 18 @ Minnesota   8:00pm

Please hire Don Nelson, please hire Don Nelson, please hire Don Nelson. -D.F.

Friday, Jan. 20 vs New Jersey 8:00pm

Brook Lopez will average 23 rebounds per game against the Pistons, four rebounds per game against the rest of the league. -P.H.

Saturday, Jan. 21 vs Philadelphia   7:30pm

If the Pistons had hired Doug Collins instead of John Kuester, Collins would be burned out and resigned by now. -D.F.

Monday, Jan. 23 @ Dallas   8:30pm

Last season’s win over Dallas proves the Pistons are close to title contention. -P.H.

Wednesday, Jan. 25 @ Houston   8:00pm

Confused by playing Markieff Morris and the Suns earlier in the season, the veteran-savvy Pistons will use the wrong gameplan against Marcus Morris. -D.F.

Friday, Jan. 27 vs Oklahoma City 8:00pm

Rodney Stuckey will continue to build his reputation as the Russell Westbrook stopper. -P.H.

Saturday, Jan. 28 @ Philadelphia   7:00pm

Ah, Philadelphia, the site of so many fond Pistons memories. -D.F.

Monday, Jan. 30 @ Milwaukee   8:00pm

John Hammond will finally relent and agree with Joe Dumars that Gordon/Villanueva are the bigger career killers. -P.H.

Tuesday Jan. 31 @ New York 7:30pm

If former Knicks president Dave Checketts is still working for the Pistons at this point, I’ll be fairly worried about the organization. -D.F.

Friday, Feb. 3 vs Milwaukee 8:00pm

Carlos Delfino will score 12 points off the bench, followed by every Piston fan contemplating a Delfino/Arron Afflalo shooting-guard rotation. -P.H.

Saturday, Feb. 4 vs New Orleans 7:30pm

If the NBA follows the 1999 lockout’s calendar (oh, please no), the regular season would start tomorrow. -D.F.

Monday, Feb. 6 @ New Jersey 7:30pm

As the trade deadline approaches, the Nets will try to entice the Magic into giving up Dwight Howard by packaging Travis Outlaw and Brook Lopez. -P.H.

Wednesday, Feb. 8 vs Dallas   7:30pm

If you haven’t read Jakob Eich’s fantastic piece about Dirk Nowitzki and Germany, you should right now. -D.F.

Friday, Feb. 10 vs Denver   8:00pm

At what point does the annual Arron Afflalo homecoming become more depressing to fans than the Chauncey Billups homecoming? -P.H.

Sunday, Feb. 12 vs San Antonio 6:00pm

Three straight games against good teams without a back-to-back should, in the slight chance it’s necessary, give the Pistons a legitimate chance to show they’re the real deal. –D.F.

Tuesday Feb. 14 vs New Jersey 7:30pm

Zero people will fantasize about what could’ve been had the Pistons successfully acquired Johan Petro last season. -P.H.

Wednesday, Feb. 15 @ Boston   7:30pm

You know NBA teams always play hard on middle-of-the-week back-to-backs on the road. -D.F.

Friday, Feb. 17 vs Sacramento   8:00pm

Jimmer Fredette + DeMarcus Cousins + Tyreke Evans has serious Mad Real World potential. -P.H.

Sunday, Feb. 19 vs Toronto   6:00pm

I’m sure Brandon Knight will want revenge against the team everybody thought would draft him if he was available, and maybe by now, he’ll be ready to make the Raptors pay. -D.F.

Tuesday Feb. 21 @ Cleveland   7:00pm

“Cavs win and get one step closer to that title,” /stuff Dan Gilbert says. -P.H.

Wednesday, Feb. 22 @ Washington   7:00pm

Chances I attend this game: 80 percent. -D.F.

Tuesday Feb. 28 vs Philadelphia   7:30pm

Will Austin Daye show enough improvement this season to make the fact that the Pistons passed on Jrue Holiday (among others) to draft him irrelevant? -P.H.

Wednesday, Feb. 29 @ Atlanta   7:30pm

OK, fine, how about how about Jason Maxiell, Vernon Macklin and a protected second-round pick for Josh Smith? -D.F.

Saturday, March 3 @ Chicago   8:00pm

Will Rip Hamilton be playing for the Bulls by now? -P.H.

Sunday, March 4 vs Memphis   7:00pm

Remember when Zach Randolph wanted to play for the Pistons, before he realized they couldn’t/wouldn’t offer $71 million? -D.F.

Tuesday March 6 vs Toronto   7:30pm

The Pistons showed only moderate interest in Dwayne Casey, my pick to be the best coaching hire of the offseason. -P.H.

Friday, March 9 vs LA Lakers 8:00pm

I really hope Darius Morris has worked his way into the Lakers’ rotation by now. -D.F.

Saturday, March 10 vs Charlotte   7:30pm

Michael Jordan was caught on video dunking at age 48 this week, making his NBA comeback attempt inevitable, right? -P.H.

Monday, March 12 @ Utah   9:00pm

If Brandon Knight isn’t capable of putting a dent in the Jazz by now, even if he doesn’t necessarily wow in this particular game, I’ll be fairly worried. -D.F.

Wednesday, March 14 @ Sacramento   10:00pm

Sacramento is my pick in this year’s Detroit Pistons most-likely-to-boycott-a-shootaround pool. -P.H.

Friday, March 16 @ Phoenix   10:00pm

Six-to-one odds: Alvin Gentry will be fired by now. -D.F.

Sunday, March 18 @ LA Clippers 3:30pm

Will Tayshaun Prince be a Clipper when the Pistons play in L.A.? -P.H.

Wednesday, March 21 @ Denver   9:00pm

When the Nuggets struggle (relative to recent years) this season, how will Dave Berri criticize Carmelo Anthony?

Friday, March 23 vs Cleveland   8:00pm

How long before Kyrie Irving pulls a Jason Kidd and realizes he’s smarter than Byron Scott? -P.H.

Saturday, March 24 @ New York 7:30pm

Amar’e Stoudemire will come off the bench to ensure he doesn’t play until Shabbat officially ends. -D.F.

Monday, March 26 @ Washington   7:00pm

John Calipari will send a tape of the Brandon Knight-John Wall matchup to every Kentucky recruit. -P.H.

Wednesday, March 28 @ Cleveland   7:00pm

If Brandon Knight-Kyre Irving is an intriguing matchup by now, that will be a success. -D.F.

Friday, March 30 @ Chicago   8:00pm

Will Kyle Singler be as good as Brian Scalabrine? -P.H.

Saturday, March 31 vs Charlotte   7:30pm

Will Detroit’s Bismack Biyombo fever have died down by now? -D.F.

Tuesday April 3 vs Orlando   7:30pm

Richard Hamilton and Gilbert Arenas will compete this season for the guy-stuck-on-the-roster-of-a-team-that-awkwardly-doesn’t-want-him award. -P.H.

Friday, April 6 vs Washington   8:00pm

Over-under of 0.5: number of John Wall, JaVale McGee, Andray Blatche and Nick Young who’ve figured out how to produce efficiently in the NBA by this point.

Sunday, April 8 @ Miami   6:00pm

If Prince is not on the Pistons, is anyone else terrified at what happens if the Pistons try to defend LeBron James with an Austin Daye/Kyle Singler combo? -P.H.

Monday, April 9 @ Orlando   7:00pm

By this point, the Magic’s future could look worse than the Pistons’. -D.F.

Friday, April 13 vs Milwaukee   8:00pm (ESPN)

The Pistons get one ESPN game this season, and here it is against Milwaukee (and I’d be willing to bet, without even looking, that the Bucks get only one ESPN game this season, top). -P.H.

Sunday, April 15 vs Chicago   6:00pm

Winner gets the Central Division title (because the Bulls will win and already have the division secure). -D.F.

Wednesday, April 18 @ Charlotte   8:00pm

By now, doctors will have determined Bismack Biyombo is actually 38-years-old … so the Pistons really dodged a bullet. -P.H.


  • Jul 19, 20117:05 pm
    by vic


    April 8 kind of petrified me too… then i realized that Jerebko is really a small forward. hopefully we’lll be ok

    • Jul 19, 20119:14 pm
      by Patrick Hayes


      Yeah, it depends on what they do up front though. If they lose Wilcox to free agency, Jerebko will have to play minutes at PF too. And even if he could slide over and guard LeBron, that still leaves Wade, who is also too strong for Daye, albeit slightly more manageable than LBJ.

  • Jul 19, 20118:08 pm
    by Jason


    This is very close to the worst sports post I have ever come across.

  • Jul 19, 20118:41 pm
    by Travis


    I was looking forward to this post when I saw it last year then the schedule came out this year. Kinda disappointed our chance to see Griffin dunking in the palace could be ruined cause of the lockout.

    • Jul 19, 20119:13 pm
      by Patrick Hayes


      Yeah, I have to think the Pistons are dreading losing home games against the Clips and Miami in December if the lockout lingers that long. I have to think those teams will draw really well on the road again.

    • Jul 19, 201111:15 pm
      by Dan Feldman


      If they play a partial season, I wouldn’t assume that would just pick up at some date and continue from there. I’d guess they’ll re-do the entire schedule.

  • Jul 19, 20119:31 pm
    by Rodman4Life



    Even though I know you don’t want him hired, thanks for the Laimbeer shout vs. McHale.  Some of us are still hoping . . . .

    • Jul 19, 20119:54 pm
      by Patrick Hayes


      No problem (I actually wrote sentences for Frank and Woodson too just because who really knows at this point?). And it’s not that I don’t think Laimbeer can’t coach. In fact, if they hire him, I’m OK with that. Personally, I’d list my preferences as 1. Frank 2. Laimbeer 3. Woodson.

      The main point I’ve tried to make throughout this process is I don’t think Laimbeer would’ve got an interview here if he weren’t a beloved former Piston (just like Ewing probably wouldn’t have got an interview if Dave Checketts didn’t have some sway with the organization right now). I think the evidence is pretty clear — no other teams have expressed an interest in interviewing him for a head coaching gig, including the T-Wolves, who have seen him and worked with him up close for the last two seasons. I don’t think Laimbeer is a bad candidate, to be honest, I just don’t think he’s clearly better than the others either. I will say that I think he offers more upside as a coach than Woodson though.

      • Jul 19, 201111:14 pm
        by rick


        Just wondering but what evidence do you have to support putting Mr. Frank at the number one position? I look at Woodson in a better light than the Lakers did with Mike Brown. Would you consider Mike Brown a good hire if we hired him?  I mean it is not like he did not have the best player in the game and could not coach them to a title. What I am trying to figure is what makes Frank such a much more intriguing prospect than Woodson, to be frank (pardon the pun) Frank coached a better group of players before flaming out a year ago. Is it Woodson’s fault management went and drafted Marvin Williams over Chris Paul? Would we even be having this conversation? I think not. I am just curious as to the reasoning. Is it because he is young? I really would like to know what makes this guy a better candidate. Then Laimbeer as a second choice is confusing also because it pushes him above someone with more experience. I honestly feel that Woodson could be that Rick Carlisle type situation where they can transition over to a better coach in about three years. If he can get them into contention over the next three years I would take him over both Frank and Laimbeer. I honestly believe that the players would respond better to Woodson over both options because he will command respect. He actually coached the Hawks young players into contention.What did Frank do when he had a young team? This is not to say Laimbeer would not get  respect from the team.  Piston fans need to rationalize that everyone is not into the nostalgia that we are and the old days are just that. Enlighten me if you will.

        • Jul 20, 201112:01 am
          by Patrick Hayes


          Well, I don’t have evidence. I think any of the four candidates the Pistons are possibly considering (Frank, Woodson, Laimbeer, Sampson) could be huge successes or huge flops. Here are the things I like about Frank:

          - I respect a coach who works their way up the ranks and becomes a NBA head coach without ever playing the game. It’s a much, much tougher road than most former players have to take to get into coaching. A guy like Frank, who is short, young looking, etc., undoubtedly had to fight his way into the NBA coaching ranks whereas a former player can just say, “Hey, I played the game, so I can coach it.” I mean, Mark Jackson got a HC job without ever even being an assistant. So I like that about Frank, he worked his way up the ranks and he took a hard, unlikely path to being a NBA head coach.

          - Defense. On Byron Scott’s staff, Frank had a big hand in the Nets’ defensive system on their Finals teams. He served the same role this past season in Boston. I don’t know if the Pistons have the personnel to be a good defensive team, but I do like that Frank’s strength from a tactical standpoint is coaching a defensive system.

          - He undoubtedly had a mixed bag career as a HC in NJ. I like that they trusted him at a really young age to take over a veteran team that was still one of the top three or four squads in the East. I like that he earned the respect of a sometimes moody veteran star in Jason Kidd. I like that Devin Harris had his best season as a pro playing for Frank. Again, I know he lost a lot his final three seasons with the Nets, but you have to factor in that the team was put up for sale and they began dumping their expensive key players. Sure, everyone, including Frank, gets blame when a team loses as much as that team did, but his roster was gutted and by the end, he was working with very little talent, other than Harris and Brook Lopez, who was a rookie in Frank’s final season.

          As for Woodson, I think he did an OK job in Atlanta. But I do have some issues:

          - The team, despite having two very good defenders up front in Horford/Josh Smith (a huge advantage) the Hawks under Woodson weren’t particularly good defensively. I think with those two, Atlanta should’ve been much better on that end of the floor than they were.

          - He had talent. You’re right, that front office, like New Jersey’s, made some dumb decisions, notably taking Williams over Paul. But Woodson actually had more overall talent with the Hawks than Frank had to work with in NJ. Kidd was obviously the best player when you compare the personnel of both teams, but I would say Smith, Johnson and Horford are a better top three than the Nets ever had. All three of those guys are All-Stars and Smith and Horford are All-Defensive team players. Plus, the Hawks had a mix of decent role players — Williams was a poor draft choice, but he’s OK as a fourth or fifth option has he has been most of his Hawks career. Woodson also had Josh Childress and Jamal Crawford, both solid albeit limited players.

          - He butted heads with players, notably Smith. Now, that’s likely more Smith’s fault than Woodson’s, but they undeniably clashed several times during Smith’s career. I believe Bibby also had issues with Woodson at one point. Now, those things happen during the course of a season and ordinarily, they wouldn’t bother me much. But after last season, with the numerous problems the Pistons players had with Kuester, I’d prefer a coach like Frank, who never had public clashes in NJ with Kidd, Carter, etc.

          Like I said, I don’t think Woodson’s a bad coach. The Hawks got slightly better every season under him. But like I said, I’d prefer a coach who is known for his defensive system at this point.

          Laimbeer is an unknown commodity to me. First of all, I don’t think he’s a serious candidate at this point in the team’s eyes. But I do like that Laimbeer, like Frank, is a defense-first guy. I want the Pistons to not only have a defensive culture, but a coach who understands how to implement a defensive system. I think Frank and Laimbeer are probably superior to Woodson in that regard.

          That doesn’t mean I think any of them are perfect candidates. I could see any of the three being huge successes or huge busts. Realistically, I’d prefer the Pistons look a little closer at some assistants around the league, including Mike Budenholzer with the Spurs or even Brian Shaw (now with the Pacers), although it seems like that isn’t going to happen. Of the guys they are considering, I think Frank is the best by a slim margin, but like I said, it’s just a matter of opinion. There’s nothing I look at as telltale proof that he or any of them will succeed or fail.

  • Jul 19, 201110:16 pm
    by Travis


    Who would have ever thought the Clippers would be a attractive team to see? Lol. But I guess that goes to show any team can turn it around with a little luck. Piston things to look forward to for me are Greg Monroes double double streaks, Knights potential impact, and JJ’s return.

    • Jul 20, 20111:59 am
      by Jodi Jezz


      JJ’s return?? Jonas is just going to be a role player on our team, nothing more!

      • Jul 20, 201111:28 am
        by Laser


        friend: all we have are role players and greg monroe (assuming tayshaun walks). jj happens to be one of our better role players, regardless of who you ask.

        • Jul 20, 20116:26 pm
          by Jodi Jezz


          You consider Stuckey, Ben Gordon, and Charlie V as role players? JJ will never get the minutes those guys will get next season…come on lets be serious

      • Jul 20, 201111:44 am
        by Jacob


        You obviously didn’t watch the 09-10 season in which Jerebko and Big Ben were the only guys playing Pistons basketball. Expect JJ to be a starter this year.

        • Jul 20, 20116:30 pm
          by Jodi Jezz


          Yeah jacob I watch all pistons games…The 09-10 season we won 27 games and JJ averaged around 9 points a game…Thats a starter to you? Monroe has the PF position totally locked up!

          • Jul 21, 201112:04 am
            by Jacob

            You’re just regurgitating stats. Monroe will probably be in the 5 spot and Jonas started over 70 games as a rookie and was the preseason starter before going down with the Achilles injury. Tell me who else on this roster deserves to start over JJ.

  • Jul 20, 201112:58 am
    by jayg108


    Bismack is really 38… awesome!

  • Jul 20, 20111:55 am
    by Jodi Jezz


    Just wait till the pistons make a blockbuster trade before the start of the 2011-2012 season.. If we get a legit center in that trade we will make the playoffs!

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  • Jul 20, 20118:11 am
    by detroitpcb


    Brutal March schedule. and if they survive that and are in the mix for the playoffs they end up with like 14 of 18 games on the road.

  • Jul 20, 201111:27 am
    by Travis


    What impact center do you suppose we trade for? Not many out there on the market if you ask me. Plus the Pistons are kinda short on trade prospects. And JJ was a bright spot for the Pistons once. Great defense and was supposed to take a starting position last season before the injury. With his work ethic it’ll be interesting to see how he bounces back.

    • Jul 20, 20116:45 pm
      by Jodi Jezz


      Why do you continue to think that JJ will bring us success!! I guarantee that JJ will be nothing but a 8th or 9th man on our team next season. I’m sorry, I admit he does hustle, but he isn’t going to get minutes over (PF)Monroe, (PF)Charlie V, or (SF)Daye!!  A center that I think would honestly impact our team would probably be someone like  Al Jefferson. I mean, Utah drafted a rookie center named Kanter for a reason. We need to trade Rip in a 3 team trade and somehow have Utah send Jefferson our way!! We could also send Kyle Singler to Jazz. Just an idea…

  • Jul 20, 201111:33 am
    by Laser


    this was pretty funny. i don’t know what that joker up there in the comments was complaining about.

    not sure why feldman is THAT high on the heat. i mean, lots of people wanted to hand them the title last year too, and they surprised detractors by making the finals, but i wouldn’t go overboard just yet. the ECF was a lot tighter than the finals, and chicago probably has more room for improvement than miami does.

    also, the comments about the clippers were basically duplicates about tayshaun. the rest was generally original and amusing.

    • Jul 20, 20111:30 pm
      by Laser


      never mind. it was jason. ’nuff said.

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