When a professional sports team hits rock bottom, the future is all that remains.
Problem with the Pistons early this season was their future was doing just fine. Greg Monroe, 2010’s first-round draft choice, had made tremendous progress. He went from a nice piece to a vital cog. All the discussion about Monroe’s lack of athleticism and sizzle proved to be unfounded. He is just a good player. Dare we say a very good one? Great one? Well, that might be a stretch. But, honestly, who thought he was capable of garnering 16.7 points and 9.8 rebounds per game at this early stage of his career?
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