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Andre Drummond advances to second stage of rehab, but not even he knows what that means

Remember that vague news release about Andre Drummond progressing to basketball-related activities in his rehab? Any idea what that actually meant? No?

Don’t worry, you’re just as informed as Drummond.

David Mayo of MLive:

"Your guess is as good as mine," as to what that second phase will entail, Drummond said after Monday’s loss to the Utah Jazz in Salt Lake City. "I don’t know what Arnie has in store for me so I just listen to him. He knows the best for me, he’s been through this situation before, so whatever he tells me to do I’ll do."

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  • Mar 13, 20131:09 pm
    by 19880607

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    Didn’t he say pretty much the exact same thing about Lawrence Frank and his minutes? He is verrrrry trusting…but I think that’s one of the reasons we like him so much.
     

  • Mar 13, 20131:34 pm
    by The Rake

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    Hypothetical question: What happens if on Draft night Pistons are looking for a PG and both Burke and MCW are on the board? Size, athleticism, upside vs. leadership, numbers, local product. I wonder. Also, if that is the case, where does that indeed leave Brandon Knight? I still don’t know if its too soon to give up on him as a PG, guy would be a Jr. in college right now and probably dominating. Unfortunately, the Pistons don’t seem to act in any strict accordance with specific philosophies (giving a player time to develop at one spot, for ex.) in the past 5 years or so. Troubling. Couple that with a team that lacks in so many areas, including Coach and what happens?

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