They were not my '92 Pistons. In '91-92 I still lived in So. Cal and was a Lakers fan. Only the Celtics were despised more than the Pistons at that point. I pretty much categorically deny your analysis of what Butler is doing with the Wolves and Teague's impact. Butler may have gone more I so in Chicago, but what was he working with? He and the Timberwolves are doing very well together. And yes, the team rise has been due to offense, but could be even better if they could stop their opponents from scoring. They have no shortage of offensive weapons, they could use some additional defense.