At the bottom of this post about Wally Szczerbiak, Chris Tomasson of AOL FanHouse mentions former Sacramento Kings backup point guard Bobby Jackson.
"Jackson is holding out for guaranteed money. He turned down offers by Detroit and Miami to go to camp on a make-good deal."
I doubt there’s much to read into this. I really do. But in case this is worth some thought:
Does Detroit just want a veteran point guard (like Chucky Atkins, who just signed) in camp for better practices. Or do the Pistons really want to make sure a dependable point guard is available?
The Pistons have 14 players, and I really doubt they go to 15. But if they make an uneven trade, that could open the door for another player to sign.