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The anxiety level of each Pistons player at the 20-game mark

Detroit Pistons, Cade Cunningham

Detroit Pistons Defender Cade Cunningham Credit: Kirby Lee-USA Sports TODAY

The Detroit Pistons (4-16) hit the 20-game mark this season after losing their sixth straight night last night to the LA Lakers.

Losing to the obnoxious Lakers was bad enough again, but the Pistons once again put on a foul bomb precious makes them pay the game price. The Pistons have been a pretty good 3 1/4 team this season, but unfortunately NBA games have 4 1/4.

The current piston is very bad and there is no way to sugarcoat it. They are worse in almost every measurable category than they were last season, when they won 20 games.

The shooting is historically badAnd there’s no sign of that changing anytime soon.

There weren’t many bright spots in the first 20 games and there was some level of anxiety for every player on the roster.

I’ve ranked my worries from “It’s too soon to tell” to “It won’t be long to get to Detroit.”

Detroit Pistons Anxiety Meter: It’s Too Early to Tell

Cade Cunningham, Saben Lee, Luka Garza and Killian Hayes

We still haven’t seen enough of these boys to be really worried, as they are rookies and sophomores going through typical developmental pains.

Cade Cunningham proved himself an influential player in many ways and looked like a future star, but struggled a lot with his shot. I expect this to happen as the season progresses and when it does, he will be a triple threat every time he steps into the ring. I’d love to see Cade drive more and not rely too much on long shots while he’s struggling, but overall I’m not worried. He will become a star.

Killian Hayes missed time with a sprained thumb but has been an impact player the times he’s been there. His shot is approaching but he still struggles for big time from inside the arc, which is a concern. I like Hayes’ progress so far but still need to see more of him.

Saben Lee and Luka Garza were second-round picks who didn’t run much. Lee is the MVP of G-League but haven’t shown much at the NBA level so far. The fans are calling for him to play, but I think the more they see him, the less they will complain.

Same goes for Garza, who struggles defensively, as he is very sluggish even after slimming down. I think he will figure it out, because he has an attacking bag and plays harder than anyone out there.

All of these have shown flickering and hopefully we’ll see them get more stable as they get more experienced.

https://pistonpowered.com/2021/11/29/concerns-pistons-player-20-game-mark/ The anxiety level of each Pistons player at the 20-game mark

Huynh Nguyen

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