Gee perlick, way to rain on the parade.
Seeing your team in contention or improving is exciting. What's your problem with that? What the hell do you care if Detroit fans are celebrating? Such bitterness and anger ...
As a Pistons fan living in Sacramento, I'd love to see Detroit make it to the NBA finals. Depending on who they faced, the Pistons would have a real shot at winning that series. Adding Rasheed is huge, as it gives them a big man to counter the Western teams. And Rasheed gives the Kings fits. Matchup-wise, San Antonio would probably be the toughest team for the Pistons to face, followed by Minnesota (though I'd be shocked to see the Twolves run the table having never won a playoff series).
Trying to make predictions in the NHL playoffs is a total crapshoot. I'll just sit back and root for my Wings. As for inexperience in the net, isn't it the case this year that something like 6 or 7 playoff goalies have never started a playoff game before?
Lions? We have hope. And if it came down to either Mooch or Terrell Owens, I'd pick Mooch any day. Owens is a cancer.
As for the Tigers? 3-0! What a great way to start the season! Remember, in the AL Central .500 will have you contending. I'd be pretty surprised if the Tigers are able to be contenders this year, but you never know. They've got a much improved offense (I know, that's not saying much), and their young pitchers are all developing. Give them some confidence and they may be able to keep the Tigers in the game. And if the Tigers get a few free agent pieces in the off-season, well, watch out for next year. It'll be fun to watch this team develop. Enjoy the ride while you can!
"The game has a cleanness. If you do a good job, the numbers say so. You don't have to ask anyone or play politics. You don't have to wait for the reviews." - Sandy Koufax