The Fighting Pistons season reveals Deep as the weaknesses of the Pistons.



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While the Pistons are focusing all their efforts this summer on tackling deep issues, early in the 2019-20 NBA season it is clear that the strategy is difficult but may not be enough to continue.

The Pistons are 2-3 with two wins over what appears to be an unusual team for the Indiana Pacers, and a loss to the Atlanta Hawks, Philadelphia 76ers and Toronto Raptors. Coach Dwane Casey reshuffled the line several times in five games, but even the future light looked like a fool's gold under the direct light of a tough race.

Players like Derrick Rose and Markieff Morris have been the smartest this summer, as well as Tim Frazier as a top scorer, but the comparisons to this team are completely thrown out of his center and team captain.

With Blake Griffin and Reggie Jackson out, transfer and lineup changes look nothing less than Casey's unpleasant exercise. With a mediocre team and bad defenders, he emphasized that good defenders can play on the scoreboard while decision-making and playing time are imminent.

The result is still poor. Bruce Brown, the second defensive lineman who earned his reputation as Casey, was worse than the offensive end. He has 14 rounds and has scored just nine goals in 110 minutes, and while the defender is good on the floor, his attacking effects have been so bad that it makes him play harder to prove anything. .

While Casey is focused on the defense of everything, part of a new listed incorrectly described and reported back that he was one of the worst in the league. The Detroit Pistons allow 110.4 points per 100 possession, the seventh-worst rating in the NBA.

You really can't fault Casey. He was given a puzzle that lacked evidence and was asked to collect it. The best he can do is depend on the player who has earned his trust, whether in personal experience as Brown, or in their legendary stages like Markieff Morris.

In a perfect world, both players would have different roles (like about half of the players on this list). When Griffin returns, Morris can come off the bench by four or five. This means that Thon Maker, another black pitcher in attack, will be able to be a big third baseman on the bench, or maybe even throw back Christian Wood at the top.

Bruce Brown is at his best when he can be the slowest player at the end of the attack, and the most used lineup including players like Maker, Tim Frazier and Tony Snell, yet another low-scoring player is just the thing. the latter. required. When Griffin returns, a large portion of the wing moves away from these players who perform best in low-pass situations, and that makes Brown a very viable choice for the front line and the roster as a whole.

Reggie Jackson's return will also help. It's far from a good thing when a third guard is forced into action at the beginning of the minutes and the stress that comes with the job, but that's exactly the case.

In addition to allowing Frazier to return to his role properly, Jackson's presence also allows Brown to remain in power less than the end of the attack, if that's how Casey chooses to go. Jackson's top management and decision-making will reduce the changes that make Brown a ball-maker, and that will improve the Pistons' defense.

There is no point in saying that you would like to have your best healthy players and be ready to compete, but the parts are similarly suited to the Detroit Pistons when Blake Griffin and Reggie Jackson miss out on additional levels of fitness. fast. .

There is still no timetable for the return of any of the players, which makes all of this a point right now, but something to look forward to. While the current list is full of complex elements, their return will come with a connection and collaboration.

At the same time, expect Dwane Casey to continue what he's been doing: Strengthening the defense, trusting his legends, and trying to keep this thing going until Blake Griffin and Reggie Jackson's return really make sense this season.

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While the Pistons are focusing all their efforts this summer on tackling deep issues, early in the 2019-20 NBA season it is clear that the strategy is difficult but may not be enough to continue.

The Pistons are 2-3 with two wins over what appears to be an unusual team for the Indiana Pacers, and a loss to the Atlanta Hawks, Philadelphia 76ers and Toronto Raptors. Coach Dwane Casey reshuffled the line several times in five games, but even the future light looked like a fool's gold under the direct light of a tough race.

Players like Derrick Rose and Markieff Morris have been the smartest this summer, as well as Tim Frazier as a top scorer, but the comparisons to this team are completely thrown out of his center and team captain.

With Blake Griffin and Reggie Jackson out, transfer and lineup changes look nothing less than Casey's unpleasant exercise. With a mediocre team and bad defenders, he emphasized that good defenders can play on the scoreboard while decision-making and playing time are imminent.

The result is still poor. Bruce Brown, the second defensive lineman who earned his reputation as Casey, was worse than the offensive end. He has 14 rounds and has scored just nine goals in 110 minutes, and while the defender is good on the floor, his attacking effects have been so bad that it makes him play harder to prove anything. .

Although Casey focused on protecting everything, part of a new listed incorrectly described and reported back that he was one of the worst in the league. The Detroit Pistons allow 110.4 points per 100 possession, the seventh-worst rating in the NBA.

You really can't fault Casey. He was given a puzzle that lacked evidence and was asked to collect it. The best he can do is depend on the player who has earned his trust, whether in personal experience as Brown, or in their legendary stages like Markieff Morris.

In a perfect world, both players would have different roles (like about half of the players on this list). When Griffin returns, Morris can come off the bench by four or five. This means that Thon Maker, another black pitcher in attack, will be able to be a big third baseman on the bench, or maybe even throw back Christian Wood at the top.

Bruce Brown is at his best when he can be the slowest player at the end of the attack, and the most used lineup including players like Maker, Tim Frazier and Tony Snell, yet another low-scoring player is just the thing. the latter. required. When Griffin returns, a large portion of the wing moves away from these players who perform best in low-pass situations, and that makes Brown a very viable choice for the front row and the overall lineup.

Reggie Jackson's return will also help. It's far from a good thing when a third guard is forced into action at the beginning of the minutes and the stress that comes with the job, but that's exactly the case.

In addition to allowing Frazier to return to his role properly, Jackson's presence also allows Brown to remain in power less than the end of the attack, if that's how Casey chooses to go. Jackson's top management and decision-making will reduce the changes that make Brown a ball-maker, and that will improve the Pistons' defense.

There is no point in saying that you would like to have your best healthy players and be ready to compete, but the parts are similarly suited to the Detroit Pistons when Blake Griffin and Reggie Jackson miss out on additional levels of fitness. fast. .

There is still no timetable for the return of any of the players, which makes all of this a point right now, but something to look forward to. While the current list is full of complex elements, their return will come with a connection and collaboration.

At the same time, expect Dwane Casey to continue what he's been doing: Strengthening the defense, trusting his legends, and trying to keep this thing going until Blake Griffin and Reggie Jackson's return really make sense this season.

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