The season is now officially a quarter over, and questions still abound.
In fact, it appears that even the questions that we thought were answered still are there.
The bottom line is that the Detroit Pistons are still a team that is poorly constructed, and not built to win right now. Until they address their fundamental structural problems, they will not be in a position to move forward.
The good news for Pistons fans is that they are still in a prime position to win one of the highest picks in this year's draft. They have some young players that could be building blocks, and the coach has yet to become the focus of the local media's ire.
The bad news? Just about everything else. This is a team that has won only four games and is on pace to just barely crack double-digits in wins.
Here are my in-depth grades for the Detroit Pistons through the quarter mark of the season.