Chauncey Billups and the Pistons can't blame the refs for their late collapse in Game 2.
The Pistons led the league in scoring defense in the regular season. Guess who ranked second.
The Nets don't always have to run. They can take their time and walk, too, just like the Pistons.
Despite fighting an ankle injury, Chauncey Billups delivered in Game 6.
Allen Iverson can't afford to make anymore mistakes if his 76ers are to get past the Pistons.
After two losses to the 76ers, the Pistons resemble the troubled team that nearly lost to Orlando.
The Pistons felt the absence of Chauncey Billups in Game 3, and now the 76ers are back in business.
Once the forgotten rookie, Tayshaun Prince now lives the good life as the Pistons' go-to guy.
Take note, NBA: Detroit has another big man who can play and his name is Mehmet Okur.
Here's another reason to be scared of Detroit: They lost Chauncey Billups and still won.
Their All-Stars are vastly different, but the Sixers and Pistons are very much alike.
Tracy McGrady's supporting cast has proved that Orlando isn't just a one-man show.