trey warner

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  • "... I always try to exercise great patience, especially towards the writers of BR, but my patience has it's limits."

    Did you skip over this part as well? And don't call me an idiot if you don't know what censoring actually is.

  • Dan Riaz posted 1587 days ago

    Dan Riaz

    Was just bouncing around and saw you have a go and some guy XD You were saying something like, "dont just say you blow to me, if you got a problem, say it to my face" XD

  • Dan Riaz posted 1587 days ago

    Dan Riaz

    Hi Trey :D

  • Adrian Fylonenko posted 1591 days ago

    Adrian Fylonenko

    Trey, thanks for all the comments on my article. I love watching old PPVs and wrestling DVDs as well, and I came across this site a while ago. I think you will enjoy it! Let me know what you think.

  • Samir posted 1598 days ago


    I said that Monroe would be a better trade candidate than Drummond. Anyways, the trade has been rumoured. I actually find Monroe to be on of the most underrated players in the NBA. He's averaged like 16-10 in the past two seasons

  • Maxwell Ogden posted 1962 days ago

    Maxwell Ogden


    All great points you've made. This definitely has the Detroit Pistons as a team who could make some noise in the postseason for years to come. Unfortunately, their youth and inexperience at key positions just doesn't make them for a better team at this very moment.

    1. Detroit is certainly the deeper front court if you look at productive big men. However, Ersan Ilyasova is one of the fastest rising power forwards in the game and has an outstanding Inside-Out attack. He's also one of the best rebounders in the league. Where he's weak, defense, is where rookie John Henson is strong.

    Don't forget, Henson was the No. 2 target of the Detroit Pistons behind Andre Drummond.

    2. You're right about Greg Monroe and could be correct about Brandon Knight as well. Just don't forget that Brandon Jennings is in the same age group and Monta Ellis has yet to hit 27. Ersan Ilyasova is also a 25-year-old who is a nightly threat for a double-double and John Henson is an elite shot blocking and rebounding prospect.

    3. I won't argue that last fact. John Henson is a much better fit for the 4 than the 5, but you know who else had that said about them? Tyson Chandler.

    As long as Henson can bulk up, he can be a legitimate starter at the 5. As long as he's this frail, however, he could be bullied.

    While the Detroit Pistons have the more well-rounded team for the future, Milwaukee is built to win more games right now. I'll place my money on the Pistons to have more ECF appearances in 5-7 years with their current core, but as of this moment, Milwaukee has the slight edge.