So far Detroit leads the lead in turnover% forced and is in the top half of the league in FG% (.473/6th), ORBpg (14/4th), and Blocks/game (5.7/T-11th). It's very early and there will eventually be some regression, but I like seeing that they're generating turnovers. They're moving the ball around, Stuckey is playing better than he has in awhile, and Jennings looked good in the second half after getting reacquainted with his team at game speed. This is clearly a very talented team. As excited as I want to get about this team, though, I have to remind myself that Detroit's has played the easiest schedule in the league so far, as their opponents are currently have a combined 1-8 record and their only win (Memphis) is against Detroit itself. Washington has no size, Boston is in shambles, and Memphis is sporting a new coach. Smith is showing his frustrating high 3PA/low 3PFG tendency. Drummond is still an embarrassingly bad free throw shooter, and Monroe still struggles converting at the rim. It's certainly still very early in the season, but I'm not comfortable with where this team is at yet.