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Roaming Gnome
01-17-2004, 11:43 PM
Under a min to go...
Go Bucks!!!

zxc
01-17-2004, 11:46 PM
Look like they are gonna be losing. Too bad. That Detroit game next week gonna be huge.

Ragnar
01-17-2004, 11:48 PM
Pistons are too good to loose it when they have the lead in the 4th with less than 3 minutes to go.

Roaming Gnome
01-17-2004, 11:48 PM
Damn it! :pissed:

:pistons: 97
:bucks: 91

:16 remaining

Anthem
01-17-2004, 11:49 PM
Look like they are gonna be losing. Too bad. That Detroit game next week gonna be huge.

We need that game in the worst way because it gives us the lead for the series matchup. That will be important for the seedings, because the way we're both going, we might end up needing a tiebreaker for the regular season.

Kstat
01-17-2004, 11:51 PM
Thats twelve :P.

Larry brown's longest winning streak in his CAREER......

One more will tie the franchise record, held by Zeke, Joe D. and company.


San Antonio is going to be a pushover in comparison to this game....

Roaming Gnome
01-17-2004, 11:51 PM
:banghead: Looks like we will have to handle our own businessagainst Detroit :banghead:

Ragnar
01-17-2004, 11:56 PM
I would rather beat them while they are hot than while they are not. It just makes it all the more satisfying.

Unclebuck
01-17-2004, 11:56 PM
Yes it does look like we are going to have to beat the Pistons ourselves.

Quality win for the Pistons tonight. Winning at Milwaukee is tough

MSA2CF
01-17-2004, 11:58 PM
We can handle Detroit.
We match up well with them.

Kstat
01-18-2004, 12:04 AM
We can handle Detroit.
We match up well with them.

I like the confidence :D

However,this is far from the same Piston team that you beat the first 2 times. Milwaukee learned that lesson tonight. Different rotation, different offense, different attitude.

I, for one, think the Pistons and Pacers match up VERY well with each other. I dont see any real matchup problems either way, unless the Tins of old plays D on Chauncey.

Hicks
01-18-2004, 12:09 AM
We can handle Detroit.
We match up well with them.

I like the confidence :D

However,this is far from the same Piston team that you beat the first 2 times. Milwaukee learned that lesson tonight. Different rotation, different offense, different attitude.

I, for one, think the Pistons and Pacers match up VERY well with each other. I dont see any real matchup problems either way, unless the Tins of old plays D on Chauncey.

That's true. And on the part about it being a different Pistons team, I believe that. I also think it's a different Pacers team. You've played us during our coach's first game (same for you guys, I know), and you have to admit we played AWFUL until the end of our second game.

Kstat
01-18-2004, 12:11 AM
We can handle Detroit.
We match up well with them.

I like the confidence :D

However,this is far from the same Piston team that you beat the first 2 times. Milwaukee learned that lesson tonight. Different rotation, different offense, different attitude.

I, for one, think the Pistons and Pacers match up VERY well with each other. I dont see any real matchup problems either way, unless the Tins of old plays D on Chauncey.

That's true. And on the part about it being a different Pistons team, I believe that. I also think it's a different Pacers team. You've played us during our coach's first game (same for you guys, I know), and you have to admit we played AWFUL until the end of our second game.

Yeah, the first game was really a feeling-out, and the 2nd game both teams brought their "c" game, and yours beat ours. But either game culd have gone the other way. The Pistons had offensive issues they no longer have. The amount of passing the Pistons do now is amazing.

MSA2CF
01-18-2004, 12:14 AM
We can handle Detroit.
We match up well with them.

I like the confidence :D

However,this is far from the same Piston team that you beat the first 2 times. Milwaukee learned that lesson tonight. Different rotation, different offense, different attitude.

I, for one, think the Pistons and Pacers match up VERY well with each other. I dont see any real matchup problems either way, unless the Tins of old plays D on Chauncey.

That's true. And on the part about it being a different Pistons team, I believe that. I also think it's a different Pacers team. You've played us during our coach's first game (same for you guys, I know), and you have to admit we played AWFUL until the end of our second game.

Yeah, the first game was really a feeling-out, and the 2nd game both teams brought their "c" game, and yours beat ours. But either game culd have gone the other way. The Pistons had offensive issues they no longer have. The amount of passing the Pistons do now is amazing.

How often does Mehmet show up to play?

Kstat
01-18-2004, 12:18 AM
We can handle Detroit.
We match up well with them.

I like the confidence :D

However,this is far from the same Piston team that you beat the first 2 times. Milwaukee learned that lesson tonight. Different rotation, different offense, different attitude.

I, for one, think the Pistons and Pacers match up VERY well with each other. I dont see any real matchup problems either way, unless the Tins of old plays D on Chauncey.

That's true. And on the part about it being a different Pistons team, I believe that. I also think it's a different Pacers team. You've played us during our coach's first game (same for you guys, I know), and you have to admit we played AWFUL until the end of our second game.

Yeah, the first game was really a feeling-out, and the 2nd game both teams brought their "c" game, and yours beat ours. But either game culd have gone the other way. The Pistons had offensive issues they no longer have. The amount of passing the Pistons do now is amazing.

How often does Mehmet show up to play?

Usually when he's posted against a sub-7footer, where he can use his size to shoot over the top. Foster falls into this catagory. I dunno what his stats were tonight, but he was HUGE in the clutch.

MSA2CF
01-18-2004, 12:21 AM
We can handle Detroit.
We match up well with them.

I like the confidence :D

However,this is far from the same Piston team that you beat the first 2 times. Milwaukee learned that lesson tonight. Different rotation, different offense, different attitude.

I, for one, think the Pistons and Pacers match up VERY well with each other. I dont see any real matchup problems either way, unless the Tins of old plays D on Chauncey.

That's true. And on the part about it being a different Pistons team, I believe that. I also think it's a different Pacers team. You've played us during our coach's first game (same for you guys, I know), and you have to admit we played AWFUL until the end of our second game.

Yeah, the first game was really a feeling-out, and the 2nd game both teams brought their "c" game, and yours beat ours. But either game culd have gone the other way. The Pistons had offensive issues they no longer have. The amount of passing the Pistons do now is amazing.

How often does Mehmet show up to play?

Usually when he's posted against a sub-7footer, where he can use his size to shoot over the top. Foster falls into this catagory. I dunno what his stats were tonight, but he was HUGE in the clutch.

I don't watch Mehmet when he's not playing the Pacers, so sorry about the questions.

Is he a rich man's Foster or a totally different player? I know he is a good shooter, but what else does he bring to the team?

Tim
01-18-2004, 12:23 AM
We can handle Detroit.
We match up well with them.

I like the confidence :D

However,this is far from the same Piston team that you beat the first 2 times. Milwaukee learned that lesson tonight. Different rotation, different offense, different attitude.

I, for one, think the Pistons and Pacers match up VERY well with each other. I dont see any real matchup problems either way, unless the Tins of old plays D on Chauncey.

Exactly, this is a different team we will be playing. To be honest I think Detroit is more eager for our next meeting than we are. They are the Hunters and we will be the Hunted.

Kstat
01-18-2004, 12:28 AM
Okur is a do-everything center. He can pass well, shoot off the dribble, he is an excellent offensive rebounder, and unlike most Europeans, he plays VERY good man-to-man defense. What he lacks is physical strength to really back his man down, and the athletisism to dunk in someone's face. Still, he's a heck of a talent for a 2nd-rounder in his 2nd year. He really battled Larry Brown earlier over his poor shot selection, and earned a benching. However, he has come to realize that Larry forcing him inside has made him a BETTER player.

I'd rate Foster a bit better on the boards (mind you that is memo's strength too), and a little better on position defense. However Memo is a better shotblocker.

MSA2CF
01-18-2004, 12:29 AM
Okur is a do-everything center. He can pass well, shoot off the dribble, he is an excellent offensive rebounder, and unlike most Europeans, he plays VERY good man-to-man defense. What he lacks is physical strength to really back his man down, and the athletisism to dunk in someone's face. Still, he's a heck of a talent for a 2nd-rounder in his 2nd year. He really battled Larry Brown earlier over his poor shot selection, and earned a benching. However, he has come to realize that Larry forcing him inside has made him a BETTER player.

I'd rate Foster a bit better on the boards (mind you that is memo's strength too), and a little better on position defense. However Memo is a better shotblocker.

Muchas Gracias Senor Kstat. :bowdown:

Bball
01-18-2004, 01:07 AM
However,this is far from the same Piston team that you beat the first 2 times. Milwaukee learned that lesson tonight. Different rotation, different offense, different attitude.

I, for one, think the Pistons and Pacers match up VERY well with each other. I dont see any real matchup problems either way, unless the Tins of old plays D on Chauncey.

Get real Kstat.... we have Bender back!



;)

Bball

Kstat
01-18-2004, 01:12 AM
However,this is far from the same Piston team that you beat the first 2 times. Milwaukee learned that lesson tonight. Different rotation, different offense, different attitude.

I, for one, think the Pistons and Pacers match up VERY well with each other. I dont see any real matchup problems either way, unless the Tins of old plays D on Chauncey.

Get real Kstat.... we have Bender back!



;)

Bball

And we have Darvin Ham....:P

Cactus Jax
01-18-2004, 01:18 AM
However,this is far from the same Piston team that you beat the first 2 times. Milwaukee learned that lesson tonight. Different rotation, different offense, different attitude.

I, for one, think the Pistons and Pacers match up VERY well with each other. I dont see any real matchup problems either way, unless the Tins of old plays D on Chauncey.

Get real Kstat.... we have Bender back!

;)

Bball

And we have Darvin Ham....:P

Well the Pacers have the Brew master. Who does Detroit have?
:D :P

Kstat
01-18-2004, 01:21 AM
However,this is far from the same Piston team that you beat the first 2 times. Milwaukee learned that lesson tonight. Different rotation, different offense, different attitude.

I, for one, think the Pistons and Pacers match up VERY well with each other. I dont see any real matchup problems either way, unless the Tins of old plays D on Chauncey.

Get real Kstat.... we have Bender back!

;)

Bball

And we have Darvin Ham....:P

Well the Pacers have the Brew master. Who does Detroit have?
:D :P


Bobby Sura, who PLAYS like he's had a few too many "brews"......