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Excited to watch the Pistons’ big lineups

I participated in today’s 5-on-5 at ESPN on the Eastern Conference, and I was the only panelist to answer a question with the Pistons (though Israel Gutierrez of ESPN also gave them an honorable mention:

3. Which team are you most excited to watch in the East in 2013-14?

Feldman: Detroit Pistons. I might be a bit biased, but as the league has gone small, I’ve been waiting for more teams to counter with big lineups. Josh Smith, Greg Monroe and Andre Drummond might get in the way of each other, or they might redefine how to worship small ball. New coach Maurice Cheeks has been given an opportunity to look like a genius, though he’ll certainly have to earn the label — because the potential pitfalls are just as great, if not greater.

Gutierrez: Wizards. It’s a tough call, but I’m always looking for new and exciting. And with Wall coming into the season healthy, Beal, Porter and a quality frontcourt, the Wizards should be fun. And they might win. Also receiving votes: the Pistons’ frontcourt. The Nets’ chemistry experiment. And, of course, Derrick Rose‘s team, starring Derrick Rose.

4 Comments

  • Jul 25, 20136:08 pm
    by Prince Vegeta

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    DAN WROTE SOMETHING POSITIVE ABOUT THE PISTONS???
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  • Jul 25, 20137:13 pm
    by gmehl

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    You really need to settle with the “oh my god, Dan wrote a positive article on the pistons” bullshit. For the final time if you want sugar coated stories you can go to the pistons homepage where every article has a positive spin. I’m sure there’ll be a feel good one soon on how Stuckey has finally bought into the system or another where CV is spending the summer working on his defence for the first time in his career.

    • Jul 25, 20137:42 pm
      by oats

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      It’s kind of ridiculous how often those comments get posted. It’s definitely long past the point where it stopped making any sense to keep saying it. It’s even more ridiculous in this case since the quote in the article also mentions that there is a lot of risk in this lineup. This article isn’t that much more positive than most of the stuff he has written lately.

      • Jul 25, 20139:15 pm
        by gmehl

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        Maybe we should call them Feldman trollers ;-)

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