Detroit Pistons Front Office
If there was an NBA trophy for the year's strangest season, the Pistons would be a heavy favorite to win it. Detroit has experienced roughly five seasons worth of madness in one year.
Did the Rockets or Thunder get more meaningfully better? Why was Denver so anxious to get rid of JaVale McGee? Is the MCW deal a referendum on him? Did the Pistons actually improve?
Everything about what Stan Van Gundy wants offensively -- the spacing, the high volume of pick-and-rolls and the presence of a capable low post scorer to share some of the offensive burden-- lends to it being an ideal spot for most NBA guards with an attacking mindset and an accurate jumpshot.