Discussion in 'Detroit Pistons General Discussion' started by Slippy, Jul 10, 2009.
In that exact sequence?
Interested to read the recap of todays game. DaJuan Summers was the overall high scorer with 24 points and 7 boards.
DaJuan Summers was great...the next Jr Smith?
Detroit Pistons Summer League: Game One Recap | Bleacher Report
Looks like Summers had a great game.
I know its rooks vs sophs vs college players vs walkon/hopefuls he is playing against, but lets hope Summers keeps it up and works his way into the line up in the real season. Some second rounders can you surprise you..
Nice....... Depending on one of those three to give a consistent contribution this season.
NBA.com 2009 NBA Summer League Game Boxscore
Walter Sharpe DNP??? I guess they saw enough of him last year?
If Washington is already lined up for a trade, then there would be no reason to play him in Vegas, right?
Every little bit of experience counts?
Good Job DaJuan Summers!!!
Walter Sharpe has "minor injury". I am not sure he'll play in any games.
Summers Making Pistons Look Good -- NBA FanHouse
I think its time to reserve kid some space on the pine next to the towels.
Summers was my favorite pick in the entire draft for the Pistons.
Well, I've only seen the first half and I must say I was impressed with the effort of the players, they really played like it was an official game. Plaisted was disappointing, did not look like a guy who can start in the NBA, Jerebko din not play a lot, but he was active, his only 2 points came after a fancy dribble, did not know he can do that. The best thing I could tell after I've seen the first half, is that Daye and Summers played like guys who can "contribute now", as Joe said before the draft.
How is the possible? It's not like he played for McNese St.
I was hoping to see more of Dwayne Jones. He played well in the D-League last year.
Stat(s) of the Day
Amir Johnson - 21 minutes / 4 reb / 7 PF / 7 TO / 2 Steals / 2 Blks / 4 pts on 40% shooting
The next KG?
Man were a lot of us stupid.
That's not good. His teammates clearly weren't ready for those passes!
(Do notice that the Bucks only allowed 59 points though... The Pistons could have been doing that if Amir was allowed 7 fouls per game)
Wow. The walking personal foul strikes again.
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It's only one game for Amir. Anyone can have one bad game.
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