Detroit Pistons: Finger Pointing Begins, but Who’s Really To Blame?

November 3rd, 2010 by Jay Wierenga Leave a reply »
The Detroit Pistons appear to be in free-fall mode, falling yet again Tuesday night at home against Boston 109-86. The latest loss leaves Detroit 0-4, which is the worst record in basketball.

Apparently, the most emotion that Detroit showed on Tuesday was after the game. According to the Detroit Free Press, coach John Kuester called out his team for their lack of a vocal leader.

"We have to collectively someway or somehow find another voice besides my own that is going to lead us."

Apparently, those words didn't sit well with forward Tayshaun Prince.

"... He's right, but at the same time it goes both ways," Prince said. "We can sit here and continue to get on each other and be vocal, but like I said, the right thing has got to come from him as well as us.

"It goes both ways. He says we got to be more vocal, he has to do some things better, too. Obviously, we're 0-4 so it ain't just the team."

(Read more: Tensions rising as Pistons remain winless; Kuester calls out team, Prince fires back | | Detroit Free Press ...

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