Form: Pistons won't let Kentavious Caldwell-Pope arrest interrupt contract talks Specifically: Any team with a quality shooter at point guard, but light on perimeter defense, could move much closer to a championship with Caldwell-Pope, and while the Pistons don't have that point guard, they certainly would like to find one. Keeping Caldwell-Pope to criss-cross backcourt defensive matchups, even as he continues to improve as a shooter, eventually could offer an ideal backcourt mix, which the Pistons currently lack. This is a combination of back-tracking and then finding a solution from another extraneous source. Pope will only get marginally better. Same with Dre and Jackson. SVG's whole offensive system needs to change. In the MIL game, you had two Piston point guards that had their way with everything MIL threw at them. The end result: a MIL shooting guard playing his position and a Power Forward that hit the 3 pt. shots. Their Center position (as in Monroe) is not needed for what he brings athletically; just like ours (Dre) brings nothing between the ears and we are still paying for those certain stretch accommodations. Lets move on.