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@ AARR « Thu 4:02:18 pm »
This years Piston’s team should have had a better record and should never have lost 28 games in a row. It took the coach too long to figure out the rotations and he was paid a lot of money to be smarter than what he was.
@ AARR « Thu 3:59:24 pm »
I played pick up ball at St. Cecilias with three guys who were bench warmers on this 16-66 Piston’s team. They were the best players out there and it wasn’t even close. And yet, they couldn’t get much playing time on a very bad Piston’s team.
~Z~ wrote:surpassing the 1979–80 team that finished at 16–66
@ DaveO « Thu 2:14:54 pm »
the vibe from the top seems eerily similar to that emitted from the lions all those years
@ ~Z~ « Thu 2:00:16 pm »
lollerskates... i remember checking up on them during that 28 game streak of losing, making it so they had less wins at that point in 2023 than the lions did.
@ ~Z~ « Thu 1:59:31 pm »
wiki: The Pistons finished with the worst overall record in the NBA for the second consecutive season and worst in franchise history at 14–68, surpassing the 1979–80 team that finished at 16–66, and missed the playoffs for the fifth consecutive season after a 142-124 loss to the Dallas Mavericks on March 9. After the Pistons started the season 2–1, they lost a franchise-record 28 games in a row from October 30 to December 30, the longest single-season losing streak and tied for the longest losing streak overall in NBA history. They became the thirteenth team in NBA history to have a winless month, going 0–15 in November.
@ DaveO « Thu 1:30:07 pm »
a few may have missed noticing the pistons season is over. many more missed noticing the pistons season had ever got started.
@ tsinoms « Thu 12:52:27 pm »
Live from Choo Choo Grill! They are still open and have not found a seller yet. still got great food as well.
@ Andy24 « Thu 12:45:19 pm »
GDLK 303 NB at Wyoming 54th are at 12:45pm
@ ~Z~ « Thu 12:09:41 pm »
tony Robbins hungry
@ David Collins « Thu 11:53:13 am »
Michael wrote: I’d like to welcome our 460 guests
533 now
@ Tom49801 « Thu 10:58:31 am »
AARR wrote: We have pileated woodpeckers visiting our suet feeder and pecking into one of our dieing trees for insects
I have those here at my home in southern Maryland. Their call sounds like a tropical bird to me.
@ Michael « Thu 10:17:01 am »
I’d like to welcome our 460 guests
@ AARR « Thu 8:23:19 am »
My son the Audobon birder says pileated woodpeckers were rare but are making a comeback and he’s excited they are around our house
@ AARR « Thu 8:21:56 am »
It’s amazing how they can chip away at the tree so quickly
@ AARR « Thu 8:21:17 am »
We have pileated woodpeckers visiting our suet feeder and pecking into one of our dieing trees for insects

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