Clearing out a Log Jam: Five Teams That Could Help the Detroit Pistons

August 30th, 2010 by Jay Wierenga Leave a reply »
The Detroit Pistons are in trouble. This much is not up for debate. As currently constructed, this team can not win.

It may be hard for them to even compete given their glut of wing players and lack of talent at the big positions.

As has been reported by many outlets (this writer included), the upcoming season is looking bleak for Pistons fans. But enough with the negativity.

This is a proud franchise with even prouder fans, and if they can get excited about an upcoming Detroit Lions season, they absolutely can get fired up about a Pistons season.

There is one major caveat, however; team president Joe Dumars must make a significant deal before the season begins.

He knows it, the team knows it and most importantly, you know it. After all, you are paying the player's salaries and the team needs you to buy season tickets and over-priced Miller Lite (no offense to Miller Lite and their outstanding product, but no beer is worth $8 a pint).

So who gets dealt? Dumars is on record as saying he has no intention of trading small forward Tayshaun Prince. Guards Ben Gordon and Rodney Stuckey are likely safe, although I would def ...

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