Archive for December, 2008

Dec 31 2008

Deveney: NBA Power Poll: Lakers bump Celtics from top spot

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Who deserves to be at the top of the latest NBA Power Poll? The Christmas Day game tells the story.

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Dec 30 2008

Stuckey, Pistons end Magic’s winning streak at 7

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AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) — Allen Iverson grinned as he looked at the boxscore after the Detroit Pis…

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Dec 28 2008

Prince scores 19 in Pistons’ win over Bucks

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MILWAUKEE (AP) — With Richard Hamilton sidelined, the Detroit Pistons abandoned their three-guard l…

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Dec 28 2008

Hamilton misses game with groin injury

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MILWAUKEE (AP) — Detroit Pistons guard Richard Hamilton missed the team’s game with the Milwaukee B…

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Dec 28 2008

Timberwolves end skid; Celtics drop 2nd straight

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While Minnesota’s Kevin McHale celebrated his first win of the season, the Boston Celtics would rath…

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Dec 27 2008

Iverson hits last-second shot to lift Pistons

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AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) — Allen Iverson kept the ball this time.A week after passing up a chan…

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Dec 24 2008

Rodney Stuckey’s 40 points lead Pistons past Bulls

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AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) — The Detroit Pistons traded Chauncey Billups because they believed Rodney…

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Dec 24 2008

Deveney: Power Poll: East looking strong but still lacks West’s depth

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Looking at the top of this week’s poll would probably bring a smile to any of the Eastern Conference…

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Dec 23 2008

Deveney: NBA year in review: Celtics are back

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Sean Deveney looks back at the biggest and most surprising stories from the NBA in 2008. He also looks ahead to five stories to watch in 2009.

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Dec 22 2008

Bibby’s 27 points lead Hawks past Pistons, 85-78

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ATLANTA (AP) — Mike Bibby offered a shrug of indifference when asked about the Detroit Pistons’ rec…

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