The Pistons have hit the recession. Entering their second stage of reconstruction this year, the Pistons have been working tirelessly to fold their mix of new talent into a successful formula. Though they have a losing record, the effort they put in every game exceeds all of the expectations that their critics threw at them over the summer. Although they are missing veterans Rip Hamilton and Tayshaun Prince, they are rapidly patching the gaping hole that Chauncey Billups left behind when he left for Denver last season. And though they have not met expectations, they have, in nearly every way, fixed the debacle fans witnessed last season. This team has put its championship swagger behind them. It's back to the drawing board, and things seem rough. In addition to this, they have a starting r ...
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