KolbSaves wrote:I thought people who watch baseball would be a little more tolerant of defense and a slow pace...
I am all for defense and slow pace games, but constant, unforced turnovers and poor shooting is just not interesting in the pro game. I'll wait for the NCAA season to roll around to watch an 80-70 game.
another person who hasent seen the light.
It couldnt possibly be because the Pistons pressure EVERYTHING and contest EVERY shot that there are turnovers and missed shots, could it? Give credit where credit is due. This is one of the absolute best defensive teams to hit the NBA in a couple decades.
Kobe had 1 point in the first half! Was it because he was missing his shots? No - It was because he couldnt get a good look at the basket. Thats what happens when you put someone on him who can contest every shot with a wingspan of a 7-footer. Teyshawn OWNED Kobe last night.
BTW - for those of you who think the Pistons have to sweep at home to have a chance - have you even been paying attention? It took a chuck and a prayer for the Fakers to escape getting swept at home already! So much for home court advantage - this is simply dominance. The Pistons are the better team.