Bonus time The Pistons have been pleasantly surprised by center Andreas Glyniadakis of Greece, who has had a good camp. Glyniadakis, who was drafted No. 58 overall by the Pistons in 2003, will likely return to Europe for more seasoning. "He's been good in practice, he works hard and the guys like him," Saunders said. "Joe (Dumars) made the decision that as long as a guy was productive, a force in helping the team, that we'd keep guys around. So that's why he's stayed here." From The DET NEWS 10/25/2005 Now I don't know what this means exactly about his future, but it gives us a little insight.