Indeed, Ross is in good shape. After the first three games in the preseason, he can be said to be the most outstanding player in the Piston Array without dispute. There are always wonderful scenes on the pitch, such as a game against the Cavaliers. He only spent 2.8 seconds in the last minute of the third quarter breaking from the back to the front, completing a high-difficulty left-handed lay-up with a high-pressure sentry, and from the left-handed lay-up with a high-pressure sentry. In terms of speed, there is still the explosive force of the year.
In the Magic War, Ross contributed 10 points and 4 assists in 15 minutes, 24 minutes to Ranger, 18 points and 5 assists, 22 minutes to Cavalier and 15 minutes to Cavalier.
The Pistonsstarting guard was Reggie Jackson, who had previously expressed his welcome for Ross and his willingness to accept his advice, and did not worry about competing with Ross for a starting position.
Its good for the Pistons and for Ross fans that Ross is in such a good state. After all, its well known that Ross has a rather bumpy injury history and its quite difficult to maintain such a state. Last season he also scored 50 + points in a single game.
Piston coach Casey has said that when the game comes to a critical moment, he will let Rose on the pitch.