Wednesday marked the 10th anniversary of the notorious “Malice at the Palace” brawl between the Pistons and Pacers.
It wasn’t just a basketball spectacle, it marked Detroit as a whole, adding to the city’s national reputation as a rough and tumble place, a scary outpost where fans weren’t even safe in the stands.
Former Pistons guard Rodney Stuckey attributes the Pistons’ recent decline directly to the trading of Chauncey Billups for Allen Iverson in 2008.
He nailed it!
George dropped $250,000 on a brand new Ferrari.
On Monday, they replaced one of the NBA’s best young players with shooting guard Rodney Stuckey.
The Indiana Pacers blew Lance Stephenson a kiss goodbye and jumped on Rodney Stuckey to fill the void.
Is this taking trash talking too far?
The stat sheet from Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals told quite a story.
When your toughness is challenged by a player on the opposing team, I’m pretty sure it just adds fuel to the fire for a professional athlete.