Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by mikhail1973, Dec 14, 2011.
Thanks Pass, this post made morning!
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Actually the timing of the injury was an odd circumstance. JJ was awesome as a rookie while Prince was injured and he played starting SF for us. When he came back from injury, Prince was healthy and the coach started playing him at the PF spot because Prince was there and we had this weird obsession with small ball, playing Stuckey at the 3. Since then JJ has kinda been typecast. If you look carefully at the games where he shows flashes of his rookie campaign, you'll notice that he's playing SF.
Jerebko is a GREAT backup SF. He is a below average PF.
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