Detroit Pistons: Will Team Regret Not Drafting Kemba Walker?

October 22nd, 2011 by Jay Wierenga Leave a reply »
I have gotten so sick of opening articles about the NBA with the disclaimer that the NBA season is likely not going to begin any time soon. In fact, I think the good money would be on a completely cancelled season as the players still don't quite get how serious the owners are, and how precarious their bargaining position is.

So from here on out, I will just delve right into the article, and ignore the 800-pound gorilla in the room. But, again, I don't think we will have an NBA season. There is a reckoning brewing by the owners, and the players will be lucky to get half of what they want, let alone all.

Regardless, I can't help thinking about the upcoming (eventual) NBA season, and some of the great story lines, especially in Detroit.

This is a team that is finally able to start making tangible moves for the future given, of course, that their ownership group is as serious as advertised.

I believe they are, and the recent firing of the useless Eli Zaret is yet another indicator that there is a new sheriff in town.

But what I keep coming back to is the move to draft Brandon Knight, the explosive combo guard from Kentucky over Ke ...

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