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Byline: Michael Rosenberg
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. _ That wasn't an opening game. It was open season. The Pistons were sharpshooters and the Bulls were clay pigeons, and the result was a 95-69 blowout that nobody saw coming.
By the fourth quarter, the Pistons were the big brother holding his hand on the little brother's forehead, laughing while the little guy maniacally swatted at the air.
What happened to the mighty Bulls? Chris Webber was asked if the Bulls were young in a good way against Miami in the first round, and young in a bad way against the Pistons.
"No," Webber said simply. "We're not Miami."
They are not Miami. Miami was old …