After starting the season 4-20, the Detroit Pistons have improved their last-place record to 16-29. So basically once every team in the League saw a 4-20 awful team on their schedule, the Pistons have then been able sneak up on teams to the tune of winning 12 of their last 21. Despite this overwhelming success story, however, there are still some rumblings of Piston players who wouldn't have necessarily minded being traded last week even though they weren't. The reason Joe Dumars said they weren't traded though, in part, was because they weren't being disruptive enough about it.
This from The Detroit Free Press:
Charlie Villanueva, Austin Daye and Will Bynum aren't in the playing rotation and all are quite open about their displeasure with the situation. Daye and Bynum have admitted they wouldn't be opposed to a change of scenery.
Villanueva is the team's third-highest paid player this season at $7.5 million and is on the books for roughly $16 millio...