I've collected all the grades from your usual sources and put them into a handy little cheat sheet:
If you want more information on every site's mid-season report, check out the links below.
In photos: Are Pistons meeting expectations? A player-by-player report | The Detroit News | detroitnews.com
Individually, how have the Pistons fared through the first half of the season, relative to preseason expectations? Here's how Pistons beat writer Vincent Goodwill of The Detroit News sees it.
Vince Ellis: Pistons mid-season grades | Detroit Free Press | freep.com
This was shaping up to be a brutal exercise on the morning of Feb. 3. The Pistons were 4-20, one of the worst records in the league, and talk was rampant that the team should wave the white flag on this season and try to get lots of ping-pong balls for the draft lottery in the hopes of landing Kentucky big man Anthony Davis.
Detroit Pistons midseason report card | MLive.com
Detroit Pistons beat writer David Mayo and MLive.com reporter Justin Rogers assign grades to all 14 players on the Pistons roster as well as coach Lawrence Frank.
The Pistons mid-season grades - dailytribune.com
The midway point of the season also means it's time to hand out the midseason grades. Few Pistons will likely be happy with their grades from the first half of the season, but the good news is they have 31 games left to improve them.
Detroit Pistons 2011-2012 midseason grades - Detroit Bad Boys
2011-2012 midseason grades for the Detroit Pistons.
But who will
watch grade the watchmen graders?
V Goodwill (News): B (disagree on Stuckey, needs to stop Tweeting)
V Ellis (Freep): C- (D on Frank?, you have to be kidding me)
D Mayo (M Live): C
J Rogers (M Live): C+
D Pemberton (Trib): B (surprised he doesn’t have a better gig)
M Payne (DBB): B- (too much like a fan, but that works with the Tay, Walker D and Austin grades)
I’m a little surprised Feldman & Hayes haven’t gotten into the act.
Frankly, this team isn’t even worth wasting time over, grading them. L Frank gets a B in my book.