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The pantomime horse has been a source of amusement since the 19th century, and the Pistons have tapped into its universal appeal with Hooper, their funny, unfortunate mascot.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NBA season. This team-by-team preview details why it’s probably not your favorite team’s year. Today we’ll talk about the Detroit Pistons, who acquired some talent in the offseason. Lipstick on a pig, dude. They still suck.
Detroit Piston Jose Calderon Walked Towards The Former Locker Room Of Toronto Raptor Jose Calderon Because Old Habits Are Hard To Break
Jose Calderon, who was a part of the deal that landed Rudy Gay in Toronto, is a Detroit Piston. Before the trade, he was a Toronto Raptor. The Pistons visited the Raptors last night at the Air Canada Centre last night, and at halftime Jose Calderon walked back towards the locker room – a path separated by a barrier, one for the visitors, one for the home squad. Jose Calderon, well he chose wrong.
Not one, not two. Okay, two. Two airballs.
The Clippers steamrolled another overmatched opponent last night, easily vanquishing the Pistons 129-97. While of course the Pistons, at 23-42, aren’t a good team, the won served as a reminder of just how good the Clippers can be when they have all their pieces working… and just how freakish they can be athletically.
So now the important question becomes, Kidd-Gilchrist or Harrison Barnes? Nikola Pekovic or Greg Monroe? There’s shame and glory to be had everywhere, so assign at your disposal.
The children of the Grace Care Orphanage in West Nairobi, Kenya, are back for another famous sports reenactment, this time taking on the final moments of game 5 of the 1987 NBA Eastern Conference Finals between the Detroit Pistons and the Larry Bird-led Boston Celtics.
Near the end of the second quarter in the Pistons-Rockets game last night, that game in which James Harden put the ball in the basket more than a few times, there was a minor mishap with the fog machine. And by mishap, we mean it went on and no one could turn it off.