AUBURN HILLS, Mich. -- Lawrence Frank knows he has to change everything about the Detroit Pistons in a short period of time.
Luckily for him, he's got plenty of people that are ready to help.
At Wednesday's Media Day, the first player to face the media was also the first one to step up to the plate.
"I watched all 82 games from the sidelines last season, and I learned a lot of not-to-dos," Jonas Jerebko said. "I'm going to be a more vocal leader this season. We need that."
As the team's elder statesman, Ben Wallace knows he needs to be a leader, but he's already pleased to see younger players showing signs of leadership.
"We need to start caring about each other and caring about the game of basketball again," he said. "I like that guys like Will Bynum and Ben Gordon are stepping up to lead."
Gordon thinks that, along with his new role as a leader, he'll also be in a better position on the floor.
"Coach L strikes me as someone who really knows the game, and really knows how to...