At least the Detroit Pistons have Cade Cunningham

The Detroit Pistons have lost nine games in a row and have the worst record in the NBA, but at least we have Cade Cunningham.

“At least we have Cade” has become the mantra for the Pistons season, so much so that our friend Nicolas Henkel actually made a song about it (be careful, it’s pretty catchy):

Last night Cunningham was back to being great again, scoring 28 points, picking up 11 rebounds and adding five assists while clearly being the best player on the court.

His numbers in the last three games are 24.3 points, 6.6 rebounds, 3.6 assists, 1.3 blocks and 1.3 steals, which are rookies. number of a future superstar.

Of course, most of the rest of the team sucks, but hey, at least we have Cade.

At least the Detroit Pistons have Cade Cunningham to cheer on

Looking for a superstar is the most important and often difficult thing to do for a rebuilding NBA team, especially one that hasn’t attracted many top free agents. So no matter what happens this season, I’ll be happy the Pistons have Cade Cunningham

Sure, most young players look worse this season, but at least we have Cade.

Yes, Piston is a bad shooting team history, but at least we have Cade, right?

And you’re right, this bench is a disaster and there may not be a single rotating player in it, but at least we have Cade Cunningham.

Pistons are:

  • 29th offensive rating
  • 23rd Defense Rank
  • 29 points (how do we not be the worst?!?)
  • School target percentage ranked 30th
  • 30th in 3pt . percentage
  • 30th of bounces
  • 28th in the number of assists
  • 24th in terms of revenue

But at least we have Cade Cunningham.

Going through a rebuild isn’t for the faint of heart, and I don’t blame some angry fans, but as bad as this has been, I still have a smile on my face as I watch Cade Cunningham play basketball.

We know the Pistons are going to be terrible this season (probably not as bad as this, but bad) and we can’t really judge the roster until next season when Blake Griffin’s money is gone and Piston with cap space, but it’s okay to be disappointed anyway.

When you find yourself sick from watching Trey Lyles or having to turn away every time one of the Jacksons throws a brick, if you get tired of watching Cory Joseph dribble, or Saben Lee misses jumps, if you find myself worried about Isaiah Stewart or Saddiq Bey just close your eyes and memorize the mantra:

At least we have Cade. At least the Detroit Pistons have Cade Cunningham

Huynh Nguyen

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