Nba And Physical Demands

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Playing basketball for the NBA can be very physically demanding on a player. The professional ball players have to be in optimal physical condition while they’re playing, and even in off-season. This means that they have to keep up their healthy diet and exercise regime even when they are on vacation from playing. And the […]


The Ungiven Gift

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He was pencil thin and walked with a limp. A thirteen year-old boy with huge yearning eyes who was always an unlucky patient on the children’s floor of the hospital where my youngest daughter was all too often incarcerated. Curtis had sickle cell anemia, an incurable, painful and terminal disease that plagues young people of […]


History Of The Detroit Pistons Their Highs And Lows

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Fred Zollner, of Fort Wayne, Indiana, founded the Detroit Pistons in the 1940’s. The team was originally named the Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons. Immediately, the Pistons entered into the National Basketball League (NBL), composed primarily of teams sponsored by corporations in the Midwest. Led by Bobby McDermott, the team’s guard, the Pistons dominated the NBL […]


How To Get Hold Of Detroit Pistons Tickets

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Watching a National Basketball Association (NBA) game is an exhilarating experience, especially if you’re watching it live and especially if you’re watching one of your favorite teams, like the Detroit Pistons, play. You can witness intense hard court action right in front of you. But how can you get a hold of a ticket to […]


Rasheed Leave The Predictions To The Experts

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“We’re gonna win the game, I guarantee it.” Do you recognize that quote? If you don’t, you should. This is probably the greatest prediction ever made by a player, in a time when player predictions actually meant something. Who is the player, you ask? None other than Joe Namath, predicting the outcome of Super Bowl […]


Second Round Should Be An Instant Classic

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The second round of the 2006 NBA playoffs has the chance to be one of the closest and best rounds in recent history. Three of the four series should go at least six games, with the fourth including “King James” and the powerhouse Detroit Pistons. Not to blow my own horn, but only a Phoenix […]