Sunday, December 2, 2007

Pistons Renewed And Revitalized

It is apparent this year that the Pistons are renewed and revitalized. They're still the Pistons we know, but without the rust and cobwebs. The old Pistons were slow to start and waited till the fourth quarter to attack. Today's Pistons are attacking much faster. You can thank Joe Dumars for that. He has done a great job bringing vigor to the worn out Pistons by adding Jarvis Hayes, and Rookies Rodney Stuckey, Aaron Afflalo and Cheikh Samb to the team. Not to mention Jason Maxiell and Amir Johnson. I'm also glad that he opted to keep Flip Murray who has been excellent, and Nazr Mohammed who is great coming off the bench. Another great move was the Pistons coaching staff changing Rasheed Wallace to Center, and incorporating Antonio McDyess in the starting line-up. Dyess seem to have adjusted to his role very nicely, and quicker than what I had expected.

The Pistons won another blowout game against the Bucks last night 117-91. Next opponent, The Nets at 6:00 on channel 20. GO PISTONS!

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