One thing I have noticed is that whenever a potential front court player is brought up who can avg more than 14 PPG he is shot down for not playing enough D or not being tough enough. Why is it that we always tend to want to do things the hard way? What I mean by that is we have 3 titles as a franchise and after every run they ( being the league ) changed the rules on us to take away a lot of what we were doing defensively. If you look around there are other ways to win. Plus we seem to forget how easy it was to win on those nights where Sheed would go inside and give us 20+ points. the 04-06 teams were nearly unbeatable when we had that kind of presence. Is it about time to loosen up our criteria on what a Piston player should be and be open to other formulas for winning? Like getting a high profile scorer or someone who can live in the paint and give us that? Things are going to change whether we like it or not. How open are you to trying more conventional approaches rather than the old Piston way of doing things. Or is that why you became a fan?