Let the fun begin: Jerebko says Pistons will be in the playoffs

Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by mikhail1973, Dec 14, 2011.

  1. BillLaimbeer

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    I agree. One good draft pick and one good Dumars' summer move (free agent/trade) and we are headed for the playoffs next season.
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    We need a guarantweet from Charlie (maybe something about bringing home more titles than Lebron) to start next season off right.
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    Pffft! Tweeting is for the season. Summertime is all about working out.
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    ...and naps.
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    Not one. Not two. Not three. Not four. Not five.....Not 80. But, 81 missed games from sleep related ankle injuries.
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    Looks like Singler is preparing for free agency, the last year of his contract is a player option. Maybe he's been colluding with Jeff Taylor during the international games? Would be another $4.5M in cap space.
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    I hope he does leave, save us having to dump him in a trade.
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    Singler is the least of this team's problems. Make Singler a 20 mpg glue guy small forward coming off the bench and he will be just fine on a playoff team.
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    thought we were talking about JJ
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    That post confused me. It mentioned Singer and JJ. I really liked Jerebko as a rookie, but he never was the same after his injury. I agree that we should let Jerebko walk.
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    His Dad's not going ro like that.

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    I would not be broken up if Singler was let go either.

    I dont know why we keep hanging onto the same bench players year after year. Time to get new ones.
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    Because they are under contract for low amounts. Stuckey is a different story.
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    We could get 4 Singlers for JJ's wage. That's 48 min of Singler at SG, SF and PF and I haven't even counted the one we currently have.
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    His stats are slightly better than Michel Curry's. He averages about 3 PPG more but those 0.9 APG are on target.
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    I don't mind letting JJ walk but I can't bear the thought of losing Mogilny, so let's resign him with whatever cap space we have left and lock him up long term.
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    Mike Curry only averaged 4.5 ppg. Kyle is averaging 9.5 this year...and he's not a bench player, he is a starter. The only reason he is starting is because KCP has been awful. So maybe some of the disappointment should be directed to out lottery pick...not the second rounder.
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    We gotta keep him...I've got his jersey...

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    As long as we keep one of Singler or Jerebko I'm here.
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    From outer space to space suites. I've always wondered about the latter; because they come with built-in shoes.
    What can we imagine...the kind of apparel that fits over one's foot within this covering?
    Can they be an ultra surgical sock; the common ten-for-one Walmart bargain; or perhaps, in JJ's case:
    ...the flip-flop.
    We are talking about practice here!
    We are talking about an avenue of history and a seriousness!
    We are talking about the continuous blindness of leadership!
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