Found August 01, 2013 on HoopStuff:
Detroit Pistons: The Best and Worst Off-Season Moves By The Detroit Pistons By Anthony Groves: HoopStuff Staff Writer Best: 1st Round Draft Pick – Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, 8th pick -This move fills a huge void at the two spot for the Detroit Pistons. During his sophomore year at the Georgia, Caldwell-Pope made huge leaps in his offensive game. He saw increases in his field goal percentage, three point percentage, and free throw percentage, following his freshman year. Not to mention, he’s an efficient rebounder at his position. During his tenure at Georgia, he averaged 6.2 rebounds per game. This is a kid who can make an immediate impact right away. This was an excellent pick for the future of this franchise and they now seem to have their shooting guard position filled for the foreseeable future in Detroit. Worst: Resigning Will Bynum -Bynum has always been an efficient and useful player for Detroit. However, if there was a time to part ways with him, it was now. With the drafting...
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