Current Sports | April 7, 2017

Apr 7, 2017

Detroit Red Wings; Last Joe Louis Arena Home Game; Detroit Pistons Out of Playoffs; LeBron James; Dennis Rodman; Rest; Richard Kincaide.


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The Detroit Red Wings are preparing for the end of an era. As the playoff streak evaporates, so does the final season at Joe Louis Arena, with a move downtown imminent. Looking back, hear some of the greatest sounds in the beloved stadium's history. Al recalls his best moments and one regret. After a little baseball chatter, it's onto the Detroit Pistons. Officially eliminated from the playoffs, where do they go from here? Then, the gloves are off, and two heavyweights square up. Al and engineer Isaac Constans take sides with and against Dennis Rodman, who claimed that LeBron James' resting was a sign of weakness in today's NBA. Whether through stats, emotion or relevancy, comment who you think is right below. Be warned, it gets chippy. Lastly, Detroit sports broadcaster Richard Kincaide gives his best of the Joe and looks forward for the Detroit Tigers' home opener.

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