Friday, October 14, 2005


With the new additions of Alex Acker (Pepperdine- Pistons as 60th overall pick in the 2005 NBA Draft.), Dale Davis from Indiana Pacers, Maurice Evans from Sacramento Kings, Amir Johnson from Westchester HS and Jason Maxiell from Cincinnati the Detroit Pistons has emerged out as an incredible defensive team, which can win games if it relies on its defensive front only. With a frontcourt trio like Tayshaun Prince, Rasheed Wallace and Ben Wallace defense is excellent. The team is tough and strong on the boards. The long and athletic players have proven backups at every position except small forward. The team is also strong because Richard Hamilton and Chauncey Billups form one of the preeminent backcourt double act in the NBA – both defensively and offensively. Their ability to perform under pressure ha proved that they are competent enough to take home the victory without Larry Brown. Though the team has always struggled without Larry Brown on their roster, the team will surely make it big. The Pistons have been projected second in the Central Division and fourth in the Eastern Conference. Not a bad score!


Blogger Jonathon Combs said...

Hey, Great Stuff. I'll be back to read often.


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