I really don't have much to say about that one. 98-82 Cavs, and the season (and possibly an era) ends without the Pistons ever putting together a truly complete game this series. This certainly ranks way up there among the most painful games to watch in my lifetime. Rasheed losing his composure (and sanity) before getting kicked out really shows how far this year's Piston squad was from being a title team. To completely jeopardize any chance your team has to win (as well as guarantee that you'll be suspended for a possible Game 7) is a completely selfish move and is on the total opposite end of the spectrum from what being a team player (and Detroit Piston, at least the past few years) is all about.
Congratulations to the Cavaliers and the city of Cleveland. Their fans certainly deserve to see a title team after suffering as much as any sports town in the country.
Tomorrow, I'll look at what the future holds in store for the Pistons. Will Chauncey be back? Should we fire Flip Saunders? Is Joe Dumars going to blow it all up and start over? It should be a very interesting few months in Detroit.