Chris Webber on the Pistons

April, 28, 2008
4/28/08
5:38
PM ET

The Starting Five transcribed a half-time interview that I sped through courtesy of Tivo. This is all Chris Webber, talking about his former team:

No disrespect to Flip (Saunders), but it doesn't matter what Flip says, because they take on the personality of Joe Dumars. Rip (Hamilton), Chauncey (Billups), Tayshaun Prince, Rasheed (Wallace) and (Antonio) McDyess are very mad right now, they probably aren't even talking and they are probably just saying, 'ok we're going to go win this game.

(The Pistons) are really nonchalant and that's why I felt we lost last year (in the Eastern Conference Finals). It sounds crazy, but they could care less. That locker room is crazy, disciplined and unruly. Disciplined because they police themselves, they are all veterans, they know they've got to be in bed, they know they've got to work hard, I'm not talking about on the court. They come from a coach like Larry Brown, they look at him like the epitome of basketball, and they feel they can wait until the last game or the championship and they won't lose. I'm not saying it's right, but that's how it is.

 Via Detroit Bad Boys

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