That's a screenshot I took of the trade. ;) Pierce will give us a legit go to scorer, he's usually pretty good in the clutch and wants to win, he's already made his money. This has the benefit of bumping Johnson/Maxiell up in the rotation as well as allowing a nice 3 man rotation at SG/SF with Pierce/Prince/Delfino. I'm not too high on Dice anymore. His recovery seems to have plateaued and it doesn't look like his above the rim game is going to come back to what it was 5 years ago. He's basically a really good rebounding jump shooter with hustle and physicality on defense. Rip is probably my second favorite Piston but he's always going to be a scrawny player who has trouble creating his own shot. Pierce on the other hand has a post game, can score from anywhere and finishes at the rim with authority. It's kinda a lateral move, but one which mixes up our attributes, hopefully in a productive manner.