You can, you know, like, enjoy it. For at least one evening. I mean, even the staff and players get the night to enjoy it, and when they start worrying, their worries will ACTUALLY AFFECT THE TEAM. Yours do not, so are doubly silly. Don't have a completely miserable life, and maybe, just maybe...have some fun with beating a big rival at their place, for the 4th time in 5 tries. And being 2-0. Because if you continue to worry about Cam Gordon, Tackling, Running Backs, Personal Fouls, Defensive Fronts, and, horror, WINNING while playing bad, you'll be unhappy when we win....and unhappy when we lose. Which will pretty much leave you unhappy. Isn't it glorious to have to worry about not playing perfectly, and still winning? If it's all fool's gold, shouldn't you maybe enjoy it while you can, and be miserable if we go 1-7 like last year (since we have so many problems, it's inevitable, I guess)? How about you take your mind out of suicide watch, have some fun tonight, hug a woman, and spend the next 3 weeks worrying about fixing things. Because that's how long we have before all these problems could bite us. So we have a good bit of time to worry about them. And fix them.
Mason NEEDS this, Pistons, after all you've put him through