Detroit Pistons: The 7 Worst Offseason Moves of the 2000s

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Detroit Pistons: The 7 Worst Offseason Moves of the 2000s
They did what?!?

Emily Dickinson wrote: “Hope is the thing with feathers.” 

If this is true then the NBA offseason is a peacock perched on the naïve soul of the fan. 

For some teams, the offseason is the only part of the year that offers hope, potential, some payoff for the suffering months when you cheered for your team to lose just for a better shot in the draft lottery.

The offseason is a time of belief and high risk, argument, conjecture, and judgment. 

With a new decade underway, what better time to look back on the last one, specifically those moves that didn’t work out, the ones that still make you angry, the ones that left the team looking like a plucked chicken. 

Here are the seven worst offseason moves made by the Detroit Pistons in the 2000s.

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