Why did Steve Perry sing about a city boy, born and raised in south Detroit? Read the lyrics to "Don't Stop Believing". I'm not sure there's a real point to the line. Does it have a materially different meaning if Perry sings: Just a city boy, born and raised in East L.A.?
UPDATE: Via Bonnell, Raja Bell is out with a calf injury. It's times like these I wish I had ESP so I could reason with Larry Brown and convince him to give Gerald Henderson playing time instead of rending my apartment as he, inevitably, gives those minutes to Stephen Graham.