Gee, the only starters who were plus were Drummond and Singler. These two played major minutes side by side. I just wonder, was it Drums 20 rebounds and 19 points - or was it Singler's 0-5 shooting, 3 rebounds, no assists? Sorry Singler fans, I will choose that it was Drums. In crunch time, we saw them score over Singler, and then watched their quite small point guard outfight Singler for a rebound, and then put the rebound in the bucket against him. And sorry Singler fans, that is just how bad a rebounder Singler is. If the bound is not right to him, uncontested, he seldom comes away with it. Pretty much any NBA player will outdo him for a rebound on a fifty fifty situation. Siva again looked lightyears better than Bynum, getting the ball to where it needed to go without fail, and without any turns. Including his two steals, that 7 turns / steals to zero turns. Pretty darn good for your backup point. Pope only played a short stint, out of position at small forward, for a quick minus 10. He did not play in the 2nd half. JJ played great. But instead of his great play helping the team, he plays down the stretch in crunch time over Monroe who had a 20 point plus game going. So Singler could play. Hey, we won this one, so why compain. Just want to point out a lot of Pistons players rocked tonight. Singler did not. I will commend him though for one thing, making all six of his free throws. Smith has been doing good on outside shooting for several games now. Jennings made several 3's tonight too. Stuckey absolutely rocked, getting ten free throws to go in with all his drives in. A lot of conventional three point plays from him tonight. 26 points. These last 4 games should be used to give Mitchell an audition for playing time next year. We need to see what we have. Going blind into the offseason, as Dumars has so often done, has meant disaster time and time again. Winning needs to start now, not next season. Because if not now, just when?