Pistons Watching Acker in Greece

by | Nov 25, 2006 | 3 comments

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“Pistons draftee Alex Acker’s Euroleague perfomances with Olympiakos (17’8 points and 9 rebounds per game) are followed by the Detroit Pistons.

“Alex has been playing great,” Flip Saunders said. “It’s a great experience for him playing in such a competitive situation. We’ve been collecting tapes and trying to keep track of him.”

The Pistons still essentially hold Acker’s rights. They extended a qualifying offer to him last summer and could re-sign him before next season.” Via 24sec.net


  1. theSHEEDabides

    The Pistons have a lot of young talent–it’s a shame that they don’t have places for them all.

  2. Anonymous

    I know I think they are keeping a hold of them because some of the starters contracts are up soon and who knows what will happen. Chancey can go at the end this season if he wants to and I think rip can leave end of next season or in 09. I hope that we can keep the young players and develop then all so they will be the next pistons

  3. Anonymous

    I hope they resign him!


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