As the season begins, there are more questions than answers about the Detroit Pistons, and the issues go far beyond the playing court. The team is being sold, a labor battle is pending and a league-wide lockout could be on the horizon. Can they improve on last year's 27-win, injury-riddled showing last season? We examine their prospects along with the rest of the league.
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