Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by blueadams, Jun 20, 2013.
Please call him Pope, we already have Kenny English.
Also, Lee sighting.
Must be Summer League time, he's back!
We did not get to see Kravstov play all that much in real game situations, and what we did see was after most of a season of rusting on the bench. No way I will judge him yet. With that said, no, nothing I saw from him makes me think he is the best fit at power forward for us. I say power forward because we certainly can cover center with Drummond and Monroe.
In any case, I see flaws in Knight's game at point, for sure, but its nitpicking to the nth degree compared to how bad a guy like CV plays defense, or how completely outsized JJ is when playing power forward. To be a competive team this year, we really need a 4th big - and since we had a loser coach who never let us see what Kravstov can do, we should get a proven commodity from this free agent class at hand.
Hey Lee, Pelicans may be looking to deal Lopez. I wonder if he would fit that bill.
I was reading some stuffs (In ESPN) and suddenly this came up.. abut who are the early candidates to win the Rookie of the Year award.
So, First of all, they don't put the "Detroit Pistons" besides KCP name like the other players.
They named the Pistons, but then they talk about Rubio passes.. What is that? Did they meant Calderon? (who is a free agent) Or Rubio is coming to detroit? (I don't think so) or maybe they meant Knight??? ... but can they be writting about Knight's passing skills??? That awkward..
Anyway... It seems KCP is somewhere down there with the talks... Of course the most likely are Oladipo, Mclemore and Bennet, at least, for them.
Good catch SJ. It looks like the length of his name overwhelmed them.
(Your English is really progressing.)
In case anybody was wondering, this is Ernie being serious.
Leach’s Lists: A Conversation With Kentavious Caldwell-Pope « CBS Detroit
Detroit Pistons' Kentavious Caldwell-Pope impressive, but won't be top rookie, says ESPN analyst | Detroit Free Press | freep.com
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