would you do this deal?

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  1. pistonsloyalist

    pistonsloyalist First Round Draft Pick

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    Nope. Not even close.
  2. bball564

    bball564 Second Round Draft Pick

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    I don't like it, I woudn't mind taking one of those like carmelo, but then we would need a big man who can play defense, score, and get boards.

    Plus that would change the way the pistons were known for playing.
  3. CloudWalker

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    If you dont make that trade you're still looking at a small ball lineup. The difference between making the trade and not is that making it actually upgrades our rebounding at the 3.

    On the other hand after that trade is made our assets that would hopefully net us a tough defending and rebounding big go bye-bye.

    It will be interesting to see if Joe can swing a big man. I like the Charlotte idea that gets us Okafor, but that probably means it's too one-sided.
  4. roscoe36

    roscoe36 All-Star Administrator

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    Don't get me wrong, I like small ball Atlanta style where there are energetic high fliers.

    But small ball with Rip, Chaunce, Lenz and Tay is horrible to watch.

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