Discussion in 'December 2010' started by roscoe36, Oct 19, 2010.
In this conference we can. Currently we are 2 games out of the playoff picture.
Would this be a successful season if we make the playoffs?
The Pistons (6-13) are on current pace to finish 26-56. Last year, a .500 record (41-41) was needed to make the playoffs. That's a big gap.
IMO = no. A successful season would be a season where Joe is able to trade away some vets for assets to make us better next season. Another important aspect to a successful 10/11 would be most (if not all) of the Piston youngsters developing physically and mentally through PT. ...and a lucky lottery ball bouncing our way to add a top player to the mix.
I'm with BallDon'tLie. This is only a successful season if enough of our youngguys develop enough to prove they are core guys going forward, and we get value for the old-dudes on the roster (Tay, Rip, Wilcox, Maxiell etc.)
Agreed...We'd probably face the heat in the first round anyways. [SARCASM]At least we'd know that Tay can cover LeBron.[/SARCASM]
we will get better
Who said we didn't have any defense?? We held the heat to 97 points!!! They have 95 vs the Cavs have given up 95 after three....including allowing the heat to shoot 73% in the third quarter Dan Gilbert is turning in his [STRIKE]grave[/STRIKE] straight jacket. I miss the pregame hype, but once again a game where all the advertisement money spent in the 4th qtr will be wasted...as people on the east coast go to bed and those on the west coast switch to Entertainment Tonight.
Simple declaration that speaks the truth. The league is very weak. A very big separation from high talent (perhaps at best, with one per team) and placeholders. Bad corporate ownership following the other empty noddles shaking their heads. This means in picking collaborative and associational talent that has grown up under the entertainment industry. She asked me to stay and told me to set anywhere, So I looked around and I noticed there wasn't any chair. Lennon and McCartney
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