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    Quote Originally Posted by metr0man
    * 5-0 when allowing under 80 points.

    * 13-1 when allowing 80-90 points.


    * 8-6 when allowing 90-100 points.

    * 2-9 when allowing 100-110 points.

    * 1-2 when allowing 111+ points.


    Goddamn.
    We're basically undefeated when actually playing defense. Further proof that, for *this* team, this "defense isnt important" offense only outscoring trend is bullshit. 90 is the magic number.
    So now we should make it 6-0 when allowing under 80 points.

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    i haven't looked up the stats, but has anyone else noticed our defense has been pretty superb lately? granted our competition might have been subpar, but the scores seem to have been pretty low for the opposing teams lately.

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    if we have a great record the rest of the season. i'll be impressed.

    we got:
    1. 02/10/07 vs. Toronto Raptors
    2. 02/12/07 vs. LA Clippers
    3. 02/14/07 vs. San Antonio Spurs
    4. 02/20/07 @ Milwaukee Bucks
    5. 02/21/07 vs. Orlando Magic
    6. 02/23/07 @ Orlando Magic
    7. 02/25/07 vs. Chicago Bulls
    8. 03/02/07 @ Miami Heat
    9. 03/03/07 @ Memphis Grizzlies
    10. 03/05/07 vs. Golden State Warriors
    11. 03/07/07 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers
    12. 03/09/07 @ Denver Nuggets
    13. 03/11/07 @ LA Clippers
    14. 03/13/07 @ Seattle Supersonics
    15. 03/14/07 @ Portland Trailblazers
    16. 03/16/07 @ Phoenix Suns
    17. 03/18/07 vs. Dallas Mavericks
    18. 03/20/07 vs. Philadelphia 76ers
    19. 03/22/07 @ Houston Rockets
    20. 03/23/07 @ San Antonio Spurs
    21. 03/25/07 @ Milwaukee Bucks
    22. 03/26/07 vs. Denver Nuggets
    23. 03/29/07 @ Chicago Bulls
    24. 03/30/07 vs. New Jersey Nets
    25. 04/01/07 vs. Miami Heat
    26. 04/03/07 @ Indiana Pacers
    27. 04/04/07 vs. Chicago Bulls
    28. 04/08/07 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers
    29. 04/09/07 @ New York Knicks
    30. 04/11/07 vs. Orlando Magic
    31. 04/13/07 @ Toronto Raptors
    32. 04/15/07 vs. Philadelphia 76ers
    33. 04/17/07 vs. Toronto Raptors
    34. 04/18/07 @ Boston Celtics
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt
    i haven't looked up the stats, but has anyone else noticed our defense has been pretty superb lately? granted our competition might have been subpar, but the scores seem to have been pretty low for the opposing teams lately.
    I've noticed Billups and RIP jumping passing lanes a lot more lately. I think that has a lot to do with the zone defense because they know that there are always helpers behind them.
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    This could be an interesting thread if we could find a few volunteers to post at least one Pistons stat per day.

    Prolly won't happen, but anyways...

    • 6th in point differential (+3.77)
    PHX is #1 at +8.65, and only 13 teams are in positive numbers overall.
    • 5th in FG% defense (.441%)
    HOU is #1 at .421
    • 9th in 3pt FG% shooting (.360%)
    PHX is #1 at .398%
    • 7th in 3pt FG% defense (.343%)
    NO/OKC is #1 at .327% (strangely enough, Boston is #2)
    • 6th in FT% (.783%)
    Dallas is #1 at .816%
    • 12th in assists per game (21.37)
    PHX is #1 26.63, I bet we rise in this category with Webber on board
    • 13th in rebound differential (+.70)
    Utah is #1 at 5.85
    • 4th in blocks per game (5.95)
    Clippers #1 at 6.12
    • 1st in block differential (+2.14)
    • 26th in steals per game (6.64)
    GSW #1 at 8.92
    • 9th in steals differential (+.39)
    Washington is #1 at +2.02

    As always, thoughts, analysis, feedback, etc is welcome.
    Last edited by GLANDEMIC; 02-09-2007 at 01:52 PM.
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    Pistons are 0-100000000000000000000000000 when I bet alpacas on them and/or start the game thread.
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    Pistons have given up 86.6 ppg over the last 5 games, all wins.
    Find a new slant.

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    Rip Hamilton is tied for 3rd in the NBA for flagrant fouls (2).

    Jamaal Magliore has 5 and Lorenzen Wright has 4.
    Find a new slant.

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    Since the start of the year, our opponents have taken more three point shots than we have.

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    5. But just to be safe, don't write off the Pistons.

    Why?

    Karma.

    Jared from Livonia, Mich., wrote in recently to point out that the St. Louis Cardinals dominated baseball's 2005 regular season but won the World Series after a much rockier 2006. Knowing that I'm a little too busy with the NBA (and the Premiership) to keep track of these American sporting pursuits, Jared also reminded me that the Indianapolis Colts were a regular-season juggernaut in '05 but won the Super Bowl after looking more vulnerable in '06.

    You can see where he's going with this.

    The Pistons were 42-9 at the All-Star break a year ago, finished 64-18 and flamed out against Miami in the East playoffs. If they're anything like the Cards or Colts, this is actually their year.
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