May 12, 2013; Anaheim, CA, USA; The Detroit Red Wings celebrate after the game against the Anaheim Ducks in game seven of the first round of the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs at the Honda Center. The Detroit Red Wings defeated the Anaheim Ducks 3-2. Mandatory Credit: Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports

DJC Morning Drive - Detroit Sports Links ans Scores

The Red Wings Advance, The Tigers Regress, The Lions worked out their rookies while the Pistons seemed to wasted some of Phil Jackson’s time. Whatever the Detroit Sports story you can read about it here in the DJC Morning Drive.  Get up! and Get Down with Detroit Jock City.

Detroit Red Wings 3 Anaheim Ducks 2

Mike Babcock showed in game 7 why he is one of the best coaches in the National Hockey league. Babcock broke up his top line of Henrik Zetterberg, Pavel Datsyuk and Justin Abdelkader and spread them out among all the lines while keeping the Anaheim Ducks guessing the entire game. His line adjustments allowed the Red Wings veterans to provided calm leadership during the pressure of an elimination game.

Detroit Tigers 3 Cleveland Indians 4 (10 innings)

 Nobody is perfect and you can’t expect a closer to convert every save opportunity in a season. But to blow them by walking the first two batters in the inning is unaccpetable.  That is whay Detroit Tiger’s closer Jose Valverde did in the ninth before giving up the game tieing run on a single by the  Cleveland Indian’s Micheal Brantley. That set up Mark Reynolds to win it with and RBI single in the 10th inning.

Detroit Lions

High Hopes For New Guard Larry Warford

Larry Warford aced his first test as a professional football player before he even knew what it was. Warford, the Detroit Lions’ third-round pick who agreed to a four-year contract today, moved to Arizona to train at former NFL star LeCharles Bentley’s offensive line academy shortly after his Kentucky career ended with a disappointing 2-10 record.

Titus Young Arrested For Third Time



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