To start off, I am a full believer in the WIN NOW mentality. I sometimes question the effect of having a starting five as good the Pistons and the WIN NOW approach has on rookies sitting on the bench. This Pistons team will continue to be very good for the next couple of years so how do the Acker's, Maxiell's and Johnson's of the world get a chance to develop. Practice is fine but their hard work needs to be rewarded with playing time to work through mistakes and develop their skils. Are the starting five over empahsized to the detriment of young talent? Isn't their a happy medium somewhere or can the Pistons only "afford" to play rookies of the caliber of Wade or Bosh i.e. ready for prime time?