Dumars quiets his critics
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. -- If ever there was a time for Joe Dumars to be front and center, preening, sticking his chest out for all of Detroit to see, it was Tuesday night, in the bedlam of the Palace of Auburn Hills.
The critics, who had been loud as the cicadas for months, were now wet and whimpering in a corner somewhere, forgotten, consigned to eternity with those who said Clay was a loudmouth with no heart and that Elway could never win the big one. Dumars' Pistons -- and there is no questioning ...
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