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Drew Gooden once suffered through his NBA team blowing a 3-1 playoff series lead. From that result, a dynasty was born and lessons learned heading into Game 5 versus the Bulls.
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The Detroit Pistons teams that filled the void following the Magic and Bird era, and did so with elbows, fists, and bad basketball. There is nothing to celebrate about those championship teams. They should be buried, not praised. Look around, children of that time, for something better — something that was beautiful.
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Kyle Lowry picked up his fifth foul at around the midway point of the fourth quarter - then was called for his sixth 20 seconds later.
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They lost their star and they lost one of their best supporting players. The Chicago Bulls never lost their way, though.