Many of you probably heard local media guys like Terry Foster and Drew Sharp say that long time enemy, Phil Jackson cannot be trusted to advice the Pistons. He severely hated the Pistons when he was coach of the Bulls and Lakers so why would he help them now? I tend to agree with them, if anything, Jackson will do his best to keep the Pistons down. That's like the Pistons bringing in Michael Jordan or Larry Bird to run the team. Do you think they'll have the Pistons best interest at heart? On another note, say the Pistons get lucky and win the #1 pick in the upcoming draft. Should they take Michigan's Trey Burke with the pick? He won every major award in college basketball last year and had to leave early. Is Trey what the Pistons need? Will he help them win? Can he be the next Isiah Thomas, Allen Iverson, Chris Paul type player?