Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by Mr. Pistons, Sep 29, 2008.
Get to know a little more about one of the newest Pistons.
I kinda of like him. I think he has potential to be a good point guard. He has a great attitude and he's real laid back.
He does seem like the ideal 3rd stringer.
Young but experienced and has had enough adversity to appreciate the position. He seems to know that his niche will not be purely based on his offense, which is something that a lot of point guards never realize.
This guy has Pistons DNA. A lot of good videos on youtube.
I love his game.
Good stuff from Will the Thrill:
Will to Win | THE OFFICIAL SITE OF THE DETROIT PISTONS
I agree Pistons Lover.
2013 NBA free agency: Bynum signing rated among summer’s worst - Detroit Bad Boys
2013 NBA free agency coverage: This article rated among summer's worst.
They need to talk to the poster once known as the Low... he'd straighten them out.
Roscoe was already wondering about these guys.
The Bynum signing, by itself, seemed smart. When you add the Siva draft pick and the Billups signing, picking up Bynum doesn't seem so smart.
This is another one of those, "The Pistons made a bad move retaining or acquiring talent because we don't understand how it will all fit together"
Bynum just needs Drummond and any other 3 players in the top 400 in the league to be successful.
I think Billups is going to play the 2 mostly. He can help them there.
This team can't play at his glacial pace.
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I'd say 'welcome to sports journalism' but I am so entirely certain that you are not that new to this.
What I have against the article is this: You can't make decisions based on acquiring a player who has not proven he can stay healthy.
However, I agree with the concept that we would be much better served having Siva on the roster vs. Bynum. Also, the idea of keeping Bynum while losing English just irks me no end.
I will keep an open mind though, believe it or not. Some of Bynum's ineptitude in certain areas was due to an extent to injuries. If this new coach has half a brain, he will never use Bynum a lot, and risk having his offense go stupid from it.
I pay very little attention any media, anywhere.
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