“Nice guys finish last,”forward Rick Mahorn says in the show’s preview.
Thursday evening in Downtown Detroit the Bad Boys were the featured event.
To be honest the Pistons Bad Boys title teams could be considered one of the greatest championship team in any of the four major sports over the past 40 years.
Several members of the Detroit Pistons’ first two championship teams gathered Thursday for a fundraiser, but the man who still works for the team kept a low profile.
The Bad Boys and members of the 1989 NBA Championship team are coming together to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of their first NBA Championship, a title that energized the City of Detroit and solidified the Bad Boys’ place in basketball history.
Once up on a time Shaquille O’Neal called Chris Bosh the Ru Paul of big men.
With Phil Jackson in Motown this week advising the Pistons on hiring their next head coach, one can wonder what is on the “Zen Master’s” Mind?
Let’s say the Pistons job came down to a two horse race and President Joe Dumars was deciding between his former Bad Boys teammate or one of the best coaches in the United States.
Kareem Abdul Jabbar will be the recipient of the Ford Freedom Award Scholar Thursday evening at the Charles H.Wright Museum of African American History.
Bill Laimbeer will interview for the Pistons coaching job tomorrow.