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Tuesday, April 7, 2009


We've talked about the Pistons' cap space a lot in recent months but don't be surprised if the roster is pretty similar to this year's group.
They'll bring in another big man and a perimeter shooter but there won't be wholesale changes, unless a deal comes along where Joe Dumars would give up either Tayshaun Prince or Richard Hamilton.
You figure the point guard tandem will remain Rodney Stuckey-Will Bynum. Backups Jason Maxiell, Amir Johnson, Arron Afflalo are signed through at least next season. Kwame Brown has a player option on his contract and will probably keep the $4 million, rather than take his chances in a tight free agent market.
The team wants to resign Antonio McDyess and would probably take back Rasheed Wallace with a reasonably-priced, short-term deal.
I also think Michael Curry will get another chance to prove he can do the job. The Pistons would have won a few more games with an experienced coach but it would have been tough for anybody, given the turmoil created by Allen Iverson and the injuries they had.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Obviously, your comments don't take in account the eroding skills of Rasheed Wallace, lack of productivity,his undiscplined and erratic behavior on the floor- Good bye Sheed

April 7, 2009 at 2:09 PM 

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