did u guys hear that at rasheed's first game as a piston, he started the game and scored a few times, but then after the halftime, the "people" ruled off resheed and said that the "trade" papers were "incomplete" so they didnt let him play the rest of the second half..
talk about stoopid! :man7:
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I like the acquisitions of Rashweed and James for the Pistons...they get two legit starters and James might just be a superb backup while Wallace will probably take away Tayshaun Prince's starting spot...who wants to start someone with that poor stats and looks anemic anyway?...Now that Detroit has its shooters and defenders, it will seriously make a run for the Finals in the East...
I think that it was highly unfortunate that both newcomers didn't get to show their skills against the T-wolves. They were a worthy opponent to show their skills against. Rashweed was also cordially invited by guys like Darvin Ham at the Piston locker room. Both of them would have put some scoring punch and defensive punch in the mix and with those three point shooters they could've taken the shot while Minny kept missing those FTs down the stretch.
That was because Weed wanted to make a good first impression with his new team...I'm sure he made a good first impression with the Hawks in his first game there...but i'm surprised how come he was able to play his 1st game there when he couldn't play in the 2nd half with Detroit...I don't get that paperwork, it must have been a lot because there were so many players traded that day...I guess they filled it in easily with that Sheed to Atlanta one. But trust me, Sheed will probably become that "bad Boy" over time with the Pistons...I predict that he will not live up to expectations there.
rydjorker121 wrote:I'm sure he made a good first impression with the Hawks in his first game there
Not like that. He was smiling and having a good time, but he wasn't standing up cheering the team on, I don't know just something about it looks like he is just really happy to be with a winning team in the East and not the Hawks.