BE LIKE DICE
Antonio McDyess continues to be the team's most consistent player. If everyone played like him this season, the Pistons would be challenging Cleveland for the division title. McDyess was at it again Wednesday with Rasheed Wallace injured, grabbing every rebound in sight, setting screens, defending the post and hitting mid-range shots. He recorded the Pistons' first 20-20 game in more than 11 years. And they still lost.
For all the talk of which free agents the Pistons might bring in this summer, the biggest signing could be to retain Dice. They signed him to a one-year, veteran's minimum contract after he took a buyout with Denver, leaving $9 million on the table. He'll be an unrestricted free agent this summer and all the same contenders who wanted him in November will at least dangle their mid-level exception to him. He'd be a great fit in San Antonio, Cleveland or Dallas.