It’s been reported by Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski, that the Detroit Pistons have traded shooting guard Ben Gordon and a protected future first-round draft pick to the Charlotte Bobcats for the expiring contract of forward Corey Maggette. We understand this trade from the Detroit Pistons standpoint, they are saving approximately 14.7 million in the deal since Maggette has $10.9 million left on his expiring contract while giving up Ben Gordon’s contract who is owed $25.6 million over the next two years. With that being said we aren’t really feeling this trade from the Bobcats standpoint. We all know that Ben Gordon hasn’t really showed up to play in Detroit, it’s almost like he left his game in Chicago from the days when he we was a potent perimeter scorer. Not only has Gordon not shown up to play in the past year or two , but how much smaller does MJ want his back court to be? Kemba Walker who can ball is 6 foot at best, DJ Augustin is all of 5’11, Gerald Henderson might be 6’5 on a good day and then you add Gordon who is listed at 6’2. Who in the hell are these dudes gonna guard? None of them are known for their defensive prowess, but MJ must know something we don’t. All we can hope is that MJ is gearing up to make some major moves come draft night tomorrow. Let us know how you feel about this move from both teams standpoints.