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“I know he’s looking at several opportunities to see what’s out there. But … this is a team where I’ve been there six years and I’ve been to the Eastern Conference finals or better every year of my career. A lot of people don’t get the opportunity to say that. A lot of people don’t get the opportunity to experience winning an NBA championship, getting to the finals. Those type of things don’t come without hard work. I thought my whole team did a good job of that throughout my career there. Like I said, I think we should stand pat because the coach that we have (Michael Curry), he’s a very experienced guy even though this is his first year of coaching. He’s a very experienced guy. He’s been with us. He’s played with us – our core group of guys – and I think it would help out tremendously by having him as our coach, knowing what to expect from him. He knows what to expect from us.” Via Kentucky.com
I think Pistons faithful would have to disagree Mr. Prince. I’ll give you a vote that I predict will be quite lopsided.