The Detroit Pistons appear back to normal following the alleged "players revolt" leading up to last Friday's game against Philadelphia (110-94 loss). They showed some toughness by beating Utah the following night. According to Richard Hamilton, everything is copasetic. Here is a detailed article from
breaking down exactly what happen and the state of the organization moving forward.
"First of all, John Kuester has my full support as we try to make a push towards the postseason over these last 21 games," Dumars said in a statement released Monday. "We've had a long and proud history of being a first class organization that handles its business the right way. We expect everyone that represents the Detroit Pistons to do so in a first class manner and that will continue as we move forward."
"It was crazy," Hamilton said. "It was all crazy. We were all laughing at the situation as it was being reported. It was just guys didn't get the opportunity to get to practice. The first thing people said was there was a protest."
"A lot of stuff was put out there," Hamilton said. "It was crazy to me and him too. Players and coaches go through arguments. That is all it was, was a disagreement. It wasn't like why he didn't play me."