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Jackie MacMullan

Champions not teeming with stars

By Jackie MacMullan
Globe Columnist / June 17, 2004

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If you picked the Detroit Pistons to win the NBA championship, I commend you. I didn't even pick them to get out of the East. It defied conventional wisdom for the Pistons to win it all, and not just because they were playing the Los Angeles Lakers, who blinded us with more bling than the miniature diamond mine Patriots owner ... (Full Article: 669 Words)

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