Sport Why was Rose shouting from sidelines during 76ers-Pistons?

19:20  27 october  2019
19:20  27 october  2019 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

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Philadelphia 76 ers forward Tobias Harris (12) reaches in on Detroit Pistons forward Markieff Morris during the first half. Detroit Pistons guard Tim Frazier (12) looks to shoot over the defense of Philadelphia 76 ers Detroit Pistons guard Derrick Rose chases the loose ball during the second half.

Philadelphia 76 ers forward Tobias Harris (12) high fives guard Ben Simmons (25) during the second half against the Pistons All-Star forward Blake Griffin (hamstring, knee) remained sidelined , and starting point guard Reggie Jackson Derrick Rose carried the Pistons with 31 points off the bench.

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Al Horford standing in front of a crowd: USA TODAY© USA TODAY USA TODAY

The former Pistons star and current NBA analyst stood from his seat at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit on Saturday night to yell during one of Detroit's offensive possessions against the Philadelphia 76ers.

It's not clear what Rose was saying. UPROXX's Andy Isaac, who took the video, suggested Rose was taunting the Sixers. That's easy to imagine. He's the man who trash talked Michael Jordon - Rose could probably conjure a few biting words for this Philly squad. Then again, Rose may have been simply cheering or coaching the Pistons. Unfortunately for Rose, the 76ers defeated the Pistons, 114-111, led by a combined 52 points from Tobias Harris and Al Horford.

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But the 76 ers immediately answered with a 12-0 run and the game was tied after three quarters. Philadelphia took a 10-point lead before the Pistons rallied within four in the final minute. Derrick Rose had another strong game with 31 points on 14 of 21 shooting.

76 ers forward Tobias Harris reaches in on Pistons forward Markieff Morris on Saturday at LCA. Philadelphia 76 ers guard Ben Simmons dunks during the first half against the Detroit Pistons The Pistons host Indiana on Monday. [ Why D- Rose 's true value for Pistons won't be seen until Blake

There didn't seem to be hard feelings between Rose and the Sixers after the game. A photo (see above) showed that Rose approached Horford on the court for a quick chat.

Rose's efforts were quite the spectacle. It's odd to see an analyst look like such a fan. But Rose's chirping or coaching was no match for The Process.


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Highlights of the Philadelphia 76 ers ' visit to the Detroit Pistons in Week 1 of the NBA season. Tobias Harris had 29 points and Al Horford tossed in 23 points, including a Derrick Rose carried the Pistons with 31 points off the bench. Markieff Morris had 17 points and six rebounds, Luke Kennard tossed in

With Joel Embiid sidelined with an ankle injury, the 76 ers still had too much height and speed for Rose led Detroit with 31 points in 27 minutes, but his history of injuries doesn't allow Casey to use Harris, a fan favorite during his time in Detroit, playfully waved to the crowd after one of his 3-pointers.

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Griffin has not played at all this season due to knee and hamstring injuries. He was cleared for all basketball activities and was practicing during the week, suggesting a return was close. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski says the debut will happen in the Pistons’ home game against Minnesota.Griffin underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee in April and has a history of knee injuries. The Pistons have said they will handle the forward carefully this season due to the issues.

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