On this date in 1991, Isiah Thomas became the Pistons' all-time leading scorer, with 15,493 points, after scoring 22 points in a 94-87 win over the Rockets at the Palace of Auburn Hills. Thomas passed previous leader Bob Lanier on Detroit’s all-time scoring chart, but longtime teammate Joe Dumars would eventually leapfrog the legendary center himself to take the No. 2 spot on the Pistons' leaderboard.
If you have a great blog piece that you think we should feature in Hoops Links, then send it to me at [email protected]. Here's this week's look around the blogosphere..
- Know Hitter spins the trade machine to find a new home for Pau Gasol.
- The True Fan's Sports Blog looks at five underrated players on struggling teams.
- Hardwood Paroxysm talks Royce White.
- Wages Of Wins is high on the Grizzlies.
- Bucksketball is worried about the offense in Milwaukee.
- The Basketball Post sees another lost season in Toronto.
- SLC Dunk wants the Jazz to keep giving Randy Foye the green light.
- The NBA Geek visits the bad shot Hall Of Shame.
- Red94 sees a breakout candidate in Chandler Parsons.
- Celtics Life reacts to the C's skirmish in Brooklyn.
- A Wolf Among Wolves is worried about Kevin Love's future in Minnesota.
- Smooth's Hoops has much to be thankful for.
- NBA247365 tackled a number of topics, including the No. 1 team in the Big Apple.
- Fear The Sword breaks down the Cavs' defensive breakdown.
- At The Hive believes that Austin Rivers is starting to redeem himself.
- Bobcats Baseline plays armchair GM for Charlotte.
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