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News » Grading the Pistons

Grading the Pistons

Grading the Pistons
Beat writer A. Sherrod Blakely hands out his marks for the season:


Michael Curry: Too soon to tell if he's a bad coach or just had a ton of bad luck this season. C-


Richard Hamilton: Never seemed like himself after the Chauncey Billups trade. C-

Rodney Stuckey: Talented player who still has a lot to learn about being an NBA point guard. C

Will Bynum: Great season, best player on the team at finishing around the basket. B

Arron Afflalo: Seemed to have lost some focus, confidence after trade for Allen Iverson. B-

Allen Iverson: The only reason it's not an F is because of the salary-cap benefits. D


Tayshaun Prince: Even before the back injury, he wasn't playing particularly well. C-

Antonio McDyess: The toughest guy on the team; re-signing him should be a top priority. B+

Amir Johnson: Never took full advantage of his time in the starting lineup. C-

Jason Maxiell: Undersized as a player, underwhelming most of the season. C-

Walter Herrmann: Streaky shooter, never got into a steady rhythm. C-

Walter Sharpe: Even by second-round pick standards, he didn't do much. D


Rasheed Wallace: See Iverson. D

Kwame Brown: His hands are bad, but he's big, strong and can defend. B

Author: Fox Sports
Author's Website: http://www.foxsports.com
Added: April 29, 2009


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