Henry Abbott at truehoop asks whether it's time to blow it up. He mentions how teams would love to get one of our big four: He then prints an email response from Matt of detroitbadboys who discusses the question from the Pistons perspective: Here's how I see the big assets: Sheed: Do not trade! He's worth more to a properly-functioning Pistons team (i.e., goodbye Flip) than probably any other team. There's no way we could get full value for him. Chauncey: He's not as good as he thinks, but he's an All-Star and still one of the top PGs in the league. Not worth max money. A sign-and-trade would be ideal. Rip: I agree he's the most valuable commodity. If Joe trades Rip, he better get a lot in return. Tay: He never wants to come out of a game, but I think he's being overplayed. If you think Joe regrets drafting Darko, just wait until Tay is somewhere like Phonenix, putting up big numbers but in only 30 minutes per game. Do not trade. JMax: I think he's going to keep getting better, but he's played enough that other teams probably see that too, so he's got some value. Maybe. Amir: Do not trade!! Draft picks: Trade up, or package them in a deal.