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Austin Daye knew the question was coming. The moment Tayshaun Prince agreed on a four-year deal that would keep the nine-year veteran a Piston, it was only a matter of time before Daye was asked his opinion on the signing. It's a natural question since the re-signing affects Daye, a three-year pro out of Gonzaga, more than any other player on the team since both play small forward.
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