Here’s what NBA 2K20 offers for Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond

Detroit Pistons Andre Drummond. (Photo by Brian Sevald/NBAE via Getty Images)
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New Orleans Pelicans Jrue Holiday. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images) /

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To be fair, this trade all by itself wouldn’t make too much sense. If this were to happen in real life there would likely be some moves following this trade. The Pistons would be adding a fourth point guard to their roster (five if you include Jordan Bone) and would not be receiving anyone to fill the void created by Drummond’s departure.

Despite this, Jrue Holiday would undoubtedly be the best guard on this roster and maybe even the best player. Holiday’s ability to play shooting guard helps him fit in the roster more so and he primarily started at that position for the remainder of the season.

Just like the previous trade, this one also did not warrant second half of the season success. The Pistons finished off this season with a record of 20-62 which earned them sole possession of last place in the NBA. One lone bright spot for the seasons was Holiday was selected as a member of the All-NBA First Team.

It is understandable that this team ended with the worst record of all the simulations given that they had an overabundance of point guards on the roster. If the Pistons are to find any success in any of the final simulations, they will need to make more sensible trades. This next trade offers that.