In the last last three years, 26 teams have had an All-Star.
The Pistons aren’t one of them.
Here’s a chart I made for Basketball Prospectus:
Jan 30, 2013 • 12:58 pmby DasMark
That has to sting for Milwaukee and Sacramento.
Jennings has a real case to be Rondo’s replacement. So that may rectify their situation. Sacramento would have a perennial all star in Cousins if he could keep his attitude in check.
Wizards: John Wall isn’t as good as advertised. Amazing athlete, not so-great basketball player. But, he definitely can get there.
Pistons: They have to be a 50+ win team before anyone talks about them. Drummond could make the game next year, if having 18-18 games become closer to his norm than 7-7.
Jan 30, 2013 • 1:17 pmby I HATE FRANK
His norm…probably should be 13ppg 13rebs per-game….
Jan 30, 2013 • 2:06 pmby DasMark
I agree. If they could build a team with some perimeter shooting, he could certainly average 15-13 as a starter.
Jan 30, 2013 • 4:11 pmby tarsier
I think you underestimate how tough it is to corral 13 boards per game. Could he be around those numbers? sure. But if he only gets 10-11 rpg in 30 mpg, that’d still be pretty darn good. And not a reason for disappointment.
Jan 30, 2013 • 12:58 pmby jacob
Drummond could be one real soon with starter minutes.
Jan 30, 2013 • 1:11 pmby I HATE FRANK
I Still cant believe the coaches didnt vote Maxiell on! <<<—-SNUBBED!!!
Jan 30, 2013 • 2:28 pmby MIKEYDE248
Jan 30, 2013 • 2:40 pmby I HATE FRANK
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