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June 18, 2004 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-06-18

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warp or fade. Even in humid areas
like the kitchen or bathroom.


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and a little shocked," Opperer. "I
thought they'd lose one game before fin-
ishing the series."
Gumenick believes the fans had some-
thing to do with the win.
"The fans were absolutely super," he
said. "They helped create a feeling that
stimulated the players to greater

A Pistons Smile

Personal trainer Annette Whiting had
dressed her 23-month-old son, Noah, in
Pistons clothing Wednesday. A sleepy
Noah had watched the game with his
father. He smiled only when he heard,
"Go, Pistons!
Jaclyn Zelkovitz, 24, of Royal Oak
and Eddie Rubin, 17, of Farmington
Hills were working out on weight
machines together.
"It was really cool — the fact they
were underdogs and came out on top.
It's good to have a winning team," said
Zelkovitz. "I was at my girlfriend's house
watching the game and when they won,

we ran around making noise," Rubin
said. "Her dad told us to be quiet
because people were sleeping.
"I think the reason they won was
because they weren't a two-man team
with egos in the Way. The Pistons played
as a team and no one overshadowed
anyone else."
Jonathan Beller, director of the JCC's
Shalom Street, has another take on why
the Pistons won.
"I have to take some credit," he said
humbly. "The year /move here from
Arizona, the Pistons take the champi-
Ryan Landau, 15, of West Bloomfield
was ending his last day at the Jewish
Academy of Metropolitan Detroit
before summer vacation. He had his
own ideas about the win.
"With their championship win, the
Pistons showed that with determination
and hard work, anything is possible,"
said Landau, who watched all the games
with his father, Mark. "Nothing is
impossible, but possible takes longer. I
apply that to my own life."

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