It's showtime. After one painful year of mediocrity, the Pistons are back and better than ever. Well, maybe. With the added firepower of Charlie Villanueva and Ben Gordon, in unison with the ever-so-steadily improving Rodney Stuckey, ferociousness of Will Bynum, and solidity of Rip Hamilton, the Pistons are set to light up the scoreboards on a nightly basis. The question is: Where's the defense? The new and "improved" Pistons totally lack the thing that made them champions in 2004. The remedy to the problem is in the form of 34 years of age and experience. Ben Wallace. Wait, 34 years? OK, maybe more of a temporary fix. Of course, the addition of Chris Wilcox and fearlessness of Jason Maxiell will ease this problem also. As of now, it's still a glaring weakness in this otherwise solid roste ...
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