Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by mikhail1973, Jun 24, 2013.
Where's my dislike button...
If we're being (Lawrence) frank, I would rather have neither on the team. Datome can play some 2 with Pope and Singler.
I felt like the refs were totally against us the entire game.
Here is a box score and write up by a guy who watched the game in slow motion (to create his amateur box score):
Pistons Open Practice Box Score and Thoughts - Detroit Bad Boys
So we have a preseason game tonight against Maccabi Haifa. We have to blow them out. The crappy Suns beat them by 40+ and scored 130.
MY Pistons depth chart for the guard positions:
Preseason Preview: Detroit Pistons vs. Maccabi Haifa - Life On Dumars - A Detroit Pistons Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Stuckey lover... we don't want your Stuckey love propaganda poisoning our threads.
Your absolutely right.
He should have been behind Jerebko on the PG depth chart.
There's also a couple guys who aren't currently on the roster that deserve consideration.
Isn't the first spot in Around the World a foot and a half from basket? Isn't he only in the L because of his shooting?
Haha, of course it was Chuckles. Awesome.
I'd put him behind Rip Hamilton and Vinny Johnson
I'd put him behind the Palace, where the dumpsters are.
You're right...doesn't seem like he's recyclable............
In todays Pistons news, Drummond, Monroe and Jennings have outscored Maccai 45-40 to take a 80-40 3rd quarter lead.
We will see. Maybe he'll carve out a niche somehow. He's not terrible, just doesn't have a game that works very well as a starter. And as a backup, we probably have guys that play the PG and SG spots better.
He would be a decent backup PG for some teams out there-- maybe with some good shooters and no penetrators.
It's a bad sign that Hammond doesn't want him...
Maccabi Haifa could use a decent backup PG.
To be fair, the Maccabi guys are probably having cultural assimilation blood flow Larry Brown issues.
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope not being considered for Pistons starting spot | The Detroit News
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