Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by mikhail1973, Jun 20, 2013.
Not a good person.
Did any of you know about this???
Comedian Martin Lawrence on how he became honorary member of Detroit Pistons (video) | MLive.com
That would be worth doing just to day you did it.
Report: Pelicans have asked Pistons about Greg Monroe sign-and-trade | ProBasketballTalk
There are definitely some possibilities for them to be a trade partner - just none I feel too excited about.
I might be inclined to take a chance on Eric Gordon. He is still only 25 - its just the multitude of injuries. But with only 2 years left on that hideous contract he might be worth the risk (and we'd have less money committed long term if traded for Monroe). We could definitely use his shooting.
gordon is injured all the time but he can score
We have Arnie. In Arnie we trust.
Would you rather have Eric Gordon, Ryan Anderson, Tyreke Evans, or nothing?
It's not really nothing, right? Salary savings and cap space to allocate to another FA.
We're happy losing Stuckey for nothing.
Evans was injured a lot the past two seasons. He was on my fantasy team last season and filled the stats coming close to triple double territory at least 10 times, so he can score, dish and board with the best of little guys.
The injuries have made everyone forget that he was once rookie of the year.
His lack of outside shooting is a major buzzkill for this team. On a more balanced roster he is more valuable.
I recall reading this earlier in the season.
CourtVision: The Worst Shooters So Far «
Is that a trick question?
It really depends.
I'd take Gordon if I believed he could get healthy. He is a lethal scorer, has a good 3 point shoot, can dribble. His defense isn't outstanding but its not bad from what I can remember
Ryan Anderson would be a seriously good fit. He is an elite 3 point threat, great on the pick and roll, and would give us that spacing we so desperately need.
I like Anderson, but I'm not sure he would be a good fit. Firstly, he would have to come off the bench, which means all his positive spacing will not be maximised with Smith/Dre. And with his health status uncertain, it is a lot of money to pay a bench player. Gordon fits a positional need more easily.
A Jennings-Gordon backcourt would be one of the worst backcourts defensively. No thanks.
The Spurs just won the championship with Parker so there is hope that we can also find ways to hide Jennings and/or raise his D to at least Parker's level (which isn't that far off)... again it all comes back to In Stan We Trust.
Are Eric Gordon and Ben Gordon twins?
To me, it feels like they are.
One is handsome and one is sexy.
Given the choices of Anderson, Gordon, or Evans, we need to get a third team involved. Do the S & T with moose going to the Pelicans, but send one of those guys to another team that needs a shooting guard and has an abundance of small forwards.... I am sure somebody can think of someone who would fit in this lineup
Carmelo is a small forward.
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