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    Default A question about Ron, lost in the melee...

    Why did Rick leave him on the bench for so long late in the 4th, when the Pistons were making their run? Bill Walton even commented on it shortly after I did. I was starting to think he got in trouble for his mini-promotion of his album at halftime or something.

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    Default Re: A question about Ron, lost in the melee...

    Because we couldnt score and he was forcing shots up

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    I thought it was just rest, plus earlier he'd gotten cold on O.

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    Ron played 43 minutes as it was. he had played the whole 3rd quarter and the start of the 4th. Never listen to Bill Walton he has no clue. Ron played more minutes than anyone in a 47 minute game.

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    Default Re: A question about Ron, lost in the melee...

    Ron played 43 minutes as it was. he had played the whole 3rd quarter and the start of the 4th. Never listen to Bill Walton he has no clue. Ron played more minutes than anyone in a 47 minute game.

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    UB, you are a treasure. I couldn't let your post go without comment.

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    Default Re: A question about Ron, lost in the melee...

    Probably not intentional...but Big Ben successfully destroyed from all memory the beating the Pistons took from Artest and the Pacers last night.

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