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insidehoops 10-31-2018 12:00 PM

Pistons pick up Luke Kennard option
 
Pistons will keep guard Luke Kennard at least through the 2019-20 season:

http://www.insidehoops.com/blog/?p=22139

dd24 10-31-2018 07:28 PM

Re: Pistons pick up Luke Kennard option
 
Well, hopefully we get to see him turn into something this season. We haven't had much luck with young talent. He seems like he has a chance to be good. We need him to live up to his potential.

TheSilentKiller 11-06-2018 06:21 PM

Re: Pistons pick up Luke Kennard option
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by dd24
Well, hopefully we get to see him turn into something this season. We haven't had much luck with young talent. He seems like he has a chance to be good. We need him to live up to his potential.

Although it was done in few minutes, he looked solid on offense at the very least. A freak shoulder in injury on a hard pick is super frustrating, hopefully that doesn't mess w/ his shot on the come back.


We're starting to see what a team w/out shooters looks like. Bullock has dropped off a cliff, Tolliver is gone, and the guards outside of Ish are the captains of inconsistency.

dd24 11-06-2018 08:40 PM

Re: Pistons pick up Luke Kennard option
 
Definitely. He was one guy we knew who could shoot outside. I actually like what I've been seeing out of Glenn Robinson more than Bullock lately. It's a small sample size but overall he's a better player. Not the outside shooter that Bullock is obviously. Stanley Johnson is clearly a bust at this point. I don't know if they could even get anything in return in a trade. Looking at all those players Kennard was the only one on the perimeter to have much hope for. Sometimes those shoulder injuries can linger. Hopefully he heals up well.


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