CNNSI has opposing scouts critiquing teams. Looks like the Low wrote the Pistons report: SI.com - NBA Preview 2006 - Enemy Lines "...So their overall defense, which already suffered last year under Flip Saunders, is going to be even worse this year ... Flip Saunders is totally about offense. Larry Brown's approach in Detroit two years ago was to hold the opponent to 42 percent from the floor. Flip's approach last year was to encourage his team to score 98 points a game. Flip is going to allow guys to stay on the floor in spite of defensive lapses and missed assignments. He'll give you a lot of confidence, pat you on the ass and stay with you a longer time if you screw up than other coaches like Larry Brown or Jerry Sloan or Scott Skiles, who don't have as much patience ..." My question, in preseason, we've shown we can score. Flip and JMax have been putting up points like crazy off the bench. But can we stop anyone? Will we end up like the Adrian Dantley Denver Nuggets, scoring 120 points a game, and never making the playoffs? Last I checked, last year we beat Cleveland in game 7 by holding them to 61 points, and we lost the Miami series because DWade averaged 34.7 points a game for the series.