Space time exists. Einstein was right. That's pretty cool.
from "top understated signings of free agency" at si.com... Will Bynum, Detroit Pistons (two years, $5.7 million) Though Bynum, 30, isn’t a three-point shooter and stands on the wrong side of his physical prime, this is still a cut-rate deal because of his remarkable success as a pick-and-roll practitioner in a pick-and-roll league. Bynum, who averaged 18.8 points and 6.8 assists per 36 minutes last season, made life easy for Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe by slipping past the first line of defense and into the lane. He figures to do the same for Josh Smith next season as the Pistons build out their offense and look to space the floor more effectively. That’s great news for Bynum, who did some fine work off the dribble despite most often sharing the court with only two league-average shooters. (there's video there too!)
Obviously the number one picks get the minutes, the headlines, and the ball... But Monroe & Drummond were the best bigs on the floor for USA Basketball... they both scored in double figures with a high quantity of rebounds in less than 20 min. Monroe only played 18 min. Drummond only played 13 min! Unfortunately they both competed harder than a normal non-defense game usually would be played, with 3 and 4 fouls, respectively. Detroit Basketball! Pistons have a dynasty in the making: "DRUMROE, PLEASE."
h/t Hoops Rumors
Song: Millions (Instrumental) - Pusha T (Feat Rick Ross)
Remember that short-lived "Pistons called about Brandon Jennings" rumor? I admit, I was intrigued ... until watching the video above. Here's to hoping Joe Dumars was telling the truth when he denied ever asking about the guy.
Featuring Darko, Sheed, Darvin, Larry, pigeons, and other fun stuff
What to make from some notable performances