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    Default How many were rooting for the lakers but now want Detroit?

    count me as one of them! I was so hoping LA would crush detroit but now I find myself strangely rooting for the pistons and larry brown. I Guess the smirk wiped off all those LA fans will be to sweet and larry winning a ring. And just think, had we won and they win. We would be NBA Finals champs
    I Can't believe i'm gonna say this...GO PISTONS

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    I could never root for the Lakers. It makes me feel dirty.
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    I could never root for the Lakers. It makes me feel dirty.
    I had the exact feeling. Thats why I switched to the Pistons.

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    I could never Root for a Larry Brown Team , I could Never Root for a Phil Jackson Team

    Long as larry Brown get's no Ring , then I will feel happy

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    I wanted to root for LA, but when the ball went up, I was all Pistons.

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    Personally, I'm rooting for the refs. They're always the underdog...nobody likes em, they have nobody to whine to, but just like these two coaches they're never wrong ad the other guys have never done anything ethically or morally right.

    GO REFS !!!!
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    GO REFS !!!!
    TO HELL!!!!
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    Default Re: How many were rooting for the lakers but now want Detroit?

    Niether. I'm just enjoying the games as they are.

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    Default Re: How many were rooting for the lakers but now want Detroit?

    I'm going to be an NBA Ref

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    I'm cheering for the referees!

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    Niether. I'm just enjoying the games as they are.
    Yep same here , I could careless who really wins.

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    Niether. I'm just enjoying the games as they are.
    Yep same here , I could careless who really wins.
    In reality this goes for me as well.

    I am just hoping that each game remains competitive and hoping for no blowouts - and that made tonights game awesome in that aspect.

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    Default Re: How many were rooting for the lakers but now want Detroit?

    Yeah, tonights game had everything. Lead changes, mini-runs and a clutch plays! Fans of basketball got a treat.

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    Yep, boring ol' ECF basketball.
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    Yeah, tonights game had everything. Lead changes, mini-runs and a clutch plays! Fans of basketball got a treat.
    Yep I enjoyed the Game very much also.

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    Default Re: How many were rooting for the lakers but now want Detroit?

    I dunno... It is really strange... sort of like a win win situation (and lose lose i guess).... I am really happy when bad things happen to both teams!!! Overall, I guess I have decided to switch back to rooting for the Pistons overall though... It would just make my idiot bandwagon Laker friends wrong (and win me money)... and that is too sweet
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