As for the rest of the roster, Webber's still a free agent, but GM Joe Dumars shored up what had been Detroit's major shortcoming: the bench.We'll let Pistons.com's Keith Langlois take it from here: "My hunch that the Pistons are going to be a more formidable team by years end is based on the belief that Rodney Stuckey, Amir Johnson, Jason Maxiell, Jarvis Hayes and even Arron Afflalo are going to alter the mix significantly, giving the Pistons a considerably different look that will prove a tough adjustment for opponents who know exactly what theyll get from the mainstays.However, Le Bron claims that is simply not the case. However, that isn’t why Green ended up on this list.Draymond cemented himself on this list with his play during the Finals.The image of the Pistons most hoops fans were left with last season was of Tayshaun Prince, one of the NBA's best defenders, ducking and clearing as if he were escaping a burning building while Le Bron James roared down the lane and brought down the Palace with a thunderous dunk.
The next three games Green capitalized on all the attention paid to Curry. And, he sucked up nine boards and dished out 7.3 assists a game. But those numbers are just a part of why he became so disliked by Clevelanders.
Le Bron James and Draymond Green started off on the wrong foot.
As a rookie, Green claimed that Le Bron, then in Miami, had called him “little,” which prompted him to spit some trashy words back at the King.
Would Webber return, and if he did, would he hold up under a season's worth of pounding?
This summer, Billups re-signed and Sheed has reportedly dropped 25 pounds and could start at center with Antonio Mc Dyess sliding into the power forward spot.