As if the Pistons haven't done enough to secure the future of the franchise, they pull another huge move and sign T-Mac to a 1-year $1.3 million deal. Yes. That was sarcasm.
In another worthless move that is sure to produce nothing, the Pistons sign the oft-injured, has been, choker, T-Mac to a one-year deal in which he says he will accept a role off the bench.
The Pistons significant moves this year so far are: oh wait they haven't made any. Actually signing anyone at this point feels like getting hit by a stun guns as weak as the team has been since trading away Chauncey Billups.
Clearly not on anyone's list of dream destinations of the 2010-2011 NBA season, Detroit signed a guy nobody else wanted and hope that he can play more than 30 games before he is injured again.
35-47 here we come!