As Game 1 showed, the winner of the East finals could be determined by the 'Sheed vs. Garnett battle, writes Marc J. Spears.
The Pistons are down 3-1 to the Heat. Even for a team of many comebacks, this one is looking difficult, Marc J. Spears writes.
Shaq, D-Wade and the Heat held serve in Game 3. That means that Monday's Game 4 might be for all the marbles in the East.
Detroit nearly blew a big lead in Game 2, but rough finishes are the way of Pistons basketball, Marc J. Spears writes.
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From the start of the season to their next stop in San Antonio, the way the Pistons have been able to "do it" was somehow finding a way to overcome the most trying of obstacles over and over again.
Game 5: With Wade hurt, Shaq and the supporting cast picked up the slack for Miami. • Scoop on Shaq
If the Detroit Pistons weren't getting any respect before Monday night, Marc J. Spears writes they should be getting some after ripping Miami on the road.
Joe Dumars has built a Pistons team that is bigger and will be better than last season's version.
The Pistons wouldn't struggle to score 80 points if they had a rookie named Carmelo, not Darko.
For Isiah Thomas, nothing gets the blood flowing like the pressure of high expectations.