Hard for me to disagree with McCosky's assessment of Iverson. It turns out that LB was right after all about Iverson. The scuttlebut was that LB never thought he could win it all with Iverson, and that was one of the reasons he left Philly to coach the Pistons. AI is a great player and a certain hall of famer. But he is a one-dimensional player whose game is very different from the team game the Pistons developed over the past six years. That said, if McCosky was being honest about the shortcomings of the Pistons this season, he would have had to comment on Curry's waffling and indecisiveness about lineups -- and his in-game coaching mistakes. Curry's mistakes and endless shifting of lineups have not only cost the Pistons some victories but also demoralized the team. So I agree with Roscoe that somebody in the organization let McCosky know, directly or indirectly, that it was okay for him to skewer Iverson and to hold him responsible for the Pistons woeful performance this season.