Found February 11, 2012 on
Lawrence Frank has given the Pistons a green light to read-and-react after defensive stops.
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Before Sunday's 98-77 loss to the Washington Wizards at the Palace, the Pistons had won four straight. And, according to coach Lawrence Frank, that win streak was no accident.
Coach Lawrence Frank predicted that the Pistons, the lowest-scoring team in the NBA, eventually would score more For more than a third of the season, that didn't appear likely to happen. But during the team's three-game winning streak, the Pistons are averaging 92 points.
Lawrence Frank offers players what he calls "the ultimate gold ticket." Get stops, then you're given the freedom to run and abandon the playbook. It's paying big dividends for the Pistons in a four-game winning streak, Keith Langlois writes for True Blue Pistons.
Last night was magical. The Wizards not only won but won in convincing fashion. The Wizards not only played smart energetic defense but they did it for four quarters. Pistons head coach, Lawrence Frank said it best "JaVale was the MVP of this game".
Leading the way with 22 pts, 11 rebs, and two blocks McGee had one of his most dominant games of the season. In addition...
Ben Wallace will set an NBA record when Lawrence Frank sends him into Tuesday's game against San Antonio - most games played by an undrafted player. In a week where Jeremy Lin was all the rage, Big Ben's longevity reminds us all how rare his story truly is, Keith Langlois writes for True Blue Pistons.
With Ben Gordon back in the mix, Lawrence Frank has wider latitude to mix and match in striking a balance of offense and defense in both his starters and second unit, Keith Langlois writes for True Blue Pistons.