“I went to Somerset mall and I caught him in there and I asked him for a picture and he looked at me crazy.”
Sacramento had made calls about Smith in June, but Detroit never heard an offer that remotely interested them and never seriously engaged in discussions, sources told Yahoo Sports.
By now every Pistons fan has come across the ESPN story from last week reporting that the Pistons have reopened trade talks with the Kings to send Josh Smith to Sacramento for next to nothing.
It’s nice to see the Pistons are at least trying to get out from under this mess that was left by former GM Joe Dumars.
Mark Stein of ESPN tweeted Tuesday that the Pistons have had preliminary talks with the Sacramento Kings about moving Smith out to California.
The Detroit Pistons need this time to be different, and yet the start of this next chapter felt familiar.
Do you see a scenario where the two could be paired in Detroit?
Detroit’s frontcourt has been crowded this season, and with the trade deadline passed and no movement by the Pistons, it looks like that will continue.
As Detroit tries to get back into the playoff picture, a miniseries with the Charlotte Bobcats will be one of their best opportunities.
The NBA All-Star Break will not be a vacation for Detroit Pistons interim coach John Loyer.