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An All Time Low Point For The Pistons?

Saturday night the Pistons took on a bad Toronto Raptors team and not only looked good but were dominating. Ben Wallace was having a career night scoring and the Pistons had a 25 point lead midway through the 3rd quarter. Then the real Pistons showed up. The team that doesn’t play defense. The team that doesn’t share the basketball. The team that doesn’t know how to hold on to a lead.

These are your 2010-11 Detroit Pistons folks. It was an unbeleivable collapse. If I wasn’t there I wouldn’t have believed it. Come to think of it I was there and I still don’t believe it! After the game Pistons coach John Kuester took all the blame. And I have to agree with him. If you give any NBA coach with an NBA team a 25 point lead with a quarter and a half left to play you better win that game. Then again maybe this isn’t an NBA coach or an NBA team.

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