Expect a repeat performance
If the 2004 NBA champion Detroit Pistons could somehow play this season's Pistons in an exhibition, it would be best to put your money on the latter.
The Pistons stunned the Los Angeles Lakers by winning the NBA Finals in five games. With an even more experienced group returning two major pieces in coach Larry Brown and Rasheed Wallace, three new additions in Antonio McDyess, Derrick Coleman and rookie swingman Carlos Delfino and an easier Eastern Conference road, the Pistons will be even ...
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