Central Notes: Cavs, Brown, Pistons, Bulls

Here's a look at the latest out of the Central division..

  • Cavs coach Mike Brown is looking for long-armed perimeter athletes who can defend, rebound and score, and the team views Alonzo Gee, who started all 82 games this season, as a backup, writesTerry Pluto of The Plain Dealer. 
  • The Pistons' biggest pick won't come in the draft, it'll come in the selection of their next coach, opines Vincent Goodwill of the Detroit News.  Meanwhile, in the draft, Detroit will have a good deal of swing players to choose from but not much in terms of big men.  Character will be important for Joe Dumars & Co. but they're also in a position to groom a young player thanks to their level-headed core.
  • The Bulls just might have the right blueprint for today's smaller NBA, writes Joe Cowley of the Chicago Sun-Times.  
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One thought on “Central Notes: Cavs, Brown, Pistons, Bulls

  1. Jonathunder

    So Mike Brown is looking for LeBron James like player? He and 29 other teams in the league.


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