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Detroit Pistons (90) vs. Miami Heat (81), Game 1, NBA Eastern Conference Finals. [May. 23rd, 2005|08:46 pm]
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End of 1st quarter . . . Miami 25, Detroit 24.

Shaq looks healthy enough . . . as if he wasn't going to play.

It looks like we have a hot game.

End of 2nd quarter . . . Detroit 44, Miami 43.

HOT DAMN!

Miami's Half-Time Show.

End of 3rd quarter . . . Detroit 74, Miami 67.

This was a masterpiece quarter on Detroit's side. Miami looked shaken for a moment. They brought out Zo and Shaq at the same time (a 1st).

End of 4th quarter . . . Detroit 90, Miami 81.

This quarter was a heart-stopper on both sides. Detroit went almost 4 minutes without a point. Then, it was Miami's turn . . . a turn that came too late to recover.


Rasheed Wallace.


Highlight:


Hearing Rasheed Wallace yell "Ball Don't Lie" twice during the Alonzo Mourning free throws in the 3rd.

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[User Picture]From: pierce
2005-05-24 02:21 am (UTC)
the Spurs are their only real threat.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2005-05-24 02:57 am (UTC)
Yeah, you are absolutely correct.
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[User Picture]From: kweston
2005-05-24 06:10 pm (UTC)

go pistons

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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2005-05-24 07:50 pm (UTC)

Re: go pistons

Yes.

The last-minute Rasheed block and steal helped seal the game in Detroit's favor.

They were in danger of giving up this game, and I wondered if having the 3rd quarter masterpiece wouldn't turn into a 4th quarter downbeat.

Rasheed was on fire, which reminds me of the one Nike Basketball commercial with him.

He's compared to fire . . . something is said, like, "The last thing you want is to give it more air."

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