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Sixers vs. Pistons Post-Game Thread: Why?

Who, what, when, where, or how also apply. Oxford commas for all.

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It takes a special kind of fan to endure a SEGABABA blowout loss that didn't look very close from the beginning. The Pistons won by a lot of points to not a lot of points over the 76ers.

Michael Carter-Williams missed the game with a shoulder injury and is day-to-day with the aftermath. And the Sixers, bless their souls, are basically helpless without him. Tony Wroten is fantastic and all, but combining MCW's absence with stretch a New York style pizza crust thin bench even thinner. It's like a piece of gum that's stretched really thin as long as it can possibly go without breaking after being chewed for an hour. I'm sure this gum analogy works. Lavoy Allen probably likes Bubbleicious.

Anyway, I'm currently watching the Heat-Knicks game at a bar right now, because that was more interesting than the local product. Feel free to use this space to talk about that, or anything else, or even about the game and stuff. Who watched Rocky III?

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