With all the new acquisitions Joe Dumars has made during this offseason, you can expect the Pistons to partake in playoff basketball in 2013-2014.
With the NBA free agency period more than a month underway, many teams have signed the players they’ve wanted, while many others have sat back and watched other clubs improve their rosters.
The Detroit Pistons President of Basketball Operations, Joe Dumars, came into this summer saying he wanted to fill the void his team had in their athleticism and perimeter size during this off season. Through the draft, free agency, and trade, Dumars did just that.
During the 2013 NBA Draft, Dumars selected shooting guard Kenatvious Caldwell-Pope out of the University of Georgia with his 8th overall pick. Pope is said to have a natural scoring ability (18.5 PPG) and effortless range (37% 3PT) in a classic shooting guard frame.
In the second round of the draft, Dumars went after 6’9″ forward Tony Mitchell out of the University of North Texas....