Team Continuity Is Proving To Be Strong For The Pistons

Dec 4, 2013; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Detroit Pistons head coach Maurice Cheeks reacts to a call during the fourth quarter against the Milwaukee Bucks at BMO Harris Bradley Center. Detroit won 105-98. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

There is a sense with the Pistons that their team continuity is as strong as it’s ever been. It’s hard to explain, but you can just see the strives that the team has made on and off the court.

For instance, when you watch them in the huddle, they seem to be solely focused on Maurice Cheeks game plan. That’s something Pistons fan haven’t seen in recent years with coaches, like Lawrence Frank, John Kuester, and Michael Curry.

Another thing is how teammates are interacting with each other. They seem to be having fun with each other, and you can see that on the court with their chemistry. You can see that chemistry, specifically, with Andre Drummond and Brandon Jennings, who have both quickly gotten adjusted to each other.

This has all resulted in wins, as of recently. They have won three in a row, and look to make it four in a row against the Chicago Bulls on Saturday (Pistons vs. Bulls tickets remain available.)

The Pistons team continuity and chemistry is still a work in progress, and can get better. But the sense is that it’s only going to get better in the near future, looking from the results that they have made recently.

Topics: Andre Drummond, Brandon Jennings, Detroit Pistons, Pistons

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