Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by mikhail1973, Jun 22, 2009.
Isn't Dion Waiters another clueless chucker ala Jennings and Smith?
Danny Granger to be bought out by Sixers - SBNation.com
- Zach Lowe, Grantland.com
Looks like he forgot to mention the main culprit.
What a hack journalist.
I wonder if he even watched the game.
Reportedly, he tried to write for bleacher report, and got rejected. That's when he settled for grantland.
He probably only watched it once. Most aren't good enough to only watch it once.
Especially at live speed. Watch it frame-by-frame and at least you've got a chance to recognize who belongs in the league.
Which camp do you think the Pistons fall into, the old-gaurd or new school? The only things surrounding Joe are crumbs and used napkins.
But not forgotten. You know it's going bad when they're laying out a 2 part extinct deal and the Pistons gain mention in the worst part of it.
Pistons Consider Hiring Isiah Thomas as General Manager | Bleacher Report
In the world of sport today, you are better off with a moneyball stat geek like TaS or dba as your GM than an ex-player.
Isiah as gm and laimbeer as head coach? Would have a lot more tude, that's for sure.
I'd rather have Barkley as GM. He could bring in the full TNT studio - Kenny as the coach, Shaq for the advanced scout gig and Ernie as the security guy. Webber and Aldridge as assistants.
Why would you say that?
Let's hope not. We need a better GM.
How about Rodman if we are going old Piston? He's probably an upgrade from both Isiah and Joe.
If we go stat geek I'm thinking Lin. He's got a Harvard degree, NBA experience and he could get us in on that juicy Asian market.
Just because you have sweated and played a game for twenty years, how does that qualify you to make informed, multi-million dollar, franchise-critical decisions? How does that make you qualified to negotiate contracts with seasoned attorneys? How does that qualify you to evaluate talent, spot trends in massive amounts of data, and create a vision for an organization to be successful both short-term and long-term?
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