Stan Van Gundy
Stan Van Gundy wants to keep expectations reasonable as the Detroit Pistons prepare to make yet another mid-level lottery pick.
“If you were one or two it might be a little bit different, but at eight, again, we’re looking future,” Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy said.
“The door’s not closed,” Pistons head coach and president of basketball operations Stan Van Gundy said Monday.
“I said to Jeff … ‘Who makes that up?'” Van Gundy said. “I’ve always wondered about things that we have never even had one discussion on.”
Stan Van Gundy is now entering season two of his attempt to bring the Detroit Pistons back to prominence, and at this point the easiest way to acquire help may be by targeting players who aren’t on the open market.
With the trade for Ersan Ilyasova, the Pistons got all three attributes in one player, Stan Van Gundy said Tuesday.
Stan Van Gundy has a busy summer ahead as president of the Detroit Pistons.
“We know how we’re going to work, we know how we want to play … That gives us a big step forward going into next year,” Van Gundy said.
“Andre is a maximum guy,” Gores said, according to the team. “He’s a maximum guy, and he’s not only a great player, he’s a great person.”
“I have no idea what was different tonight,” the coach said.