There is obviously a great deal to admire about Detroit Pistons general manager Joe Dumars, who has compiled a track record worthy of song. Under Dumars the Pistons traveled to six consecutive Eastern Conference finals and won an NBA championship in 2004.
With great cageyness and guile Dumars built Detroit's dynasty with discarded cads, castoffs and carpetbaggers, applied cement glue to the cracks and imperfections, and then took the NBA by force.
Yet if you don't think Dumars is losing his way and losing his touch, you haven't been paying attention. The knack he had for chemistry building steeped in stellar genius is beginning to fray.Read the whole article..he has the right idea, IMO, but he's a little too harsh.
Edited by Junayd, April 20, 2009 - 03:23 PM.