It's simple math:
We have one too FEW starting Small Forwards (none).
We have one too MANY starting Power Forwards (two).
Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyaaaaaahhhhhhhh! (read in the voice of 'Lil Wayne)
@lee -last year doesn't matter. We were a lottery team with a collection of mis-matched players who when combined, produced some very inefficient...
I watched the playoffs.
...didn't see the Pistons.
On one side of the fence we have every coach, pundit, expert, strategist and basketball analyst drawing from hard statistical data and a last place...
I kinda think that it would be funny if they released Aaron Gray
...almost choked on my coffee.
I think that the simple experience of having been in USA training camp cant be discounted.
I have to imagine that getting instruction from Coach K...
I don't think these two signing have any impact at all.
I think that if you looked back throughout the history of professional sports,...
@ ThreeSix :
I'm liking the fact that your using some of your "take it easy" time to post on the forum a bit more than you were doing previously.
I'm hoping Augustine makes us completely forget that we signed Jennings.
Aaron Gray's FG% wasn't much better than Miggie's batting average last year.
Auggie is an infield single on a sketchy call by the ump at first.
Widdie is a single
Meeks is a single that should have been stretched to a double....
Excellent post Walt!
In Monroe's defense, HE'S not the one that deemed himself one of the Pistons' 'cornerstones of the future' and THEN went out...
So what you're saying is that so far, SVG has deployed a quantity over quality strategy.
Whatever the case may be, it seems pretty freakling obvious that Greg Monroe has no interest in working with the Pistons to hammer out a deal.
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