Found May 23, 2012 on
Many are waiting with anticipation for the upcoming Batman movie "The Dark Knight Rises" which hits theaters in July. It is the last installment in director Chris Nolan's epic trilogy.
Perhaps one of the best Batman-related vehicles was the "Bat-Pod." A menacing, swift, motorcycle-like vehicle equipped with missile launchers and machine guns. It indeed was one of the more memorable vehicles of Batman lore but Detroit Pistons' Ben Wallace might be giving Batman a run for his money with his own version of the "Bat-Pod."
Check out "Big Ben's" ride (h/t Cosby Sweaters) that seems like something out of a Batman comic book and yes, it is fully operational. Now excuse me as I geek-out and wish I had one of these parked outside waiting for me.
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A blogger happened to be in the same auto shop as the unique vehicle owned by the Detroit Pistons' Ben Wallace, so he tweeted a photo of it.
Ben Wallace played his 1,055th and final game of his career on April 26th as the Pistons beat the 76ers, 108-86. Wallace finished the game with seven points and 12 rebounds.Now retired, the 37-year-old now plans to just enjoy life, and boy has he shown it.As tweeted by Evan Dunlap, who runs the Orlando Magic blog called the Orlando Pinstriped Post, the 15-year-pro has a pretty nice...
Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant’s comments about the Detroit Pistons aren’t cause for fans to get too bent out of shape about. Sure, Bryant let off a little steam and said something that didn’t sound too intelligent, suggesting the Pistons basically never existed after being beaten by Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls following [...]
I’m a HUGE dunking enthusiast perhaps aficionado is a better word, but there was this acrobatic dunk team, The Flight Crew, on America’s Got Talent this week and they were AMAZ-ING! These dunk artists are also part of the Detroit Pistons and perform during home games. Check out their artistry here: