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John Kuester becomes Detroit's sixth head coach over the last 10 seasons. FOXSports.com's Randy Hill weighs in on whether Kuester is ready for the task ahead.
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The -- what dot com NBA contributor Randy you know. On the Detroit Pistons hiring of John Q Easter. And have been hearing a lot of com commentary and she's too good thirteen feet than assistant coach in the league but. Has not been head coach of the NBA level. And a lot of people are doubting whether or not. He -- had the credentials. We're the type forget that this stepped -- and and you know take that particular step -- over once shared as the head coach but. You know they they don't think that on the surface he seemed to have that type of -- -- need to. Have players by and you know a lot of NBA coaching your psychology after all and in addition to haven't. Haven't talented players but what she Easter has is. That we you know when your experience. Coaching in Detroit 2004 regular brown look like -- Carolina again. Into account for the Pistons won -- championship in two important. Pieces of that team Tayshaun Prince and rip Hamilton. Remain in Detroit for now so. I think. Those guys will give you eastern end but. You know while. While you circled. Do what can continue building the talent they -- if you can be at a couple of psychologists in the player. By the end you know in time it could turn out to be decent -- -- it just depends Clark what he does. As a head coach if look tired and coaches and impolite salute them becoming -- cuts in. And maybe different you know needed to be good that we really gets into we feel it happen.