TORONTO -- Pistons coach Larry Brown got a chance to use his big lineup in the second half of Sunday's victory over Toronto, and he said it needs some adjustments.
The lineup consists of Ben Wallace at center, Antonio McDyess at power forward and Rasheed Wallace at small forward. It gives Brown a chance to rest Tayshaun Prince.
"As soon as we went to that lineup they zoned us," Brown said. "I have to figure out how to help them. We still have to work on some things, because we need to get Antonio more than 18 minutes."
It looks as if point guard Carlos Arroyo is going to get more minutes off the bench.
"I need to get Carlos Arroyo more time," Brown said before Sunday's game. "I made a mistake the other night playing him because he had been out ill the game before. We need to get him more playing time."
Detroit Free PressThe Pistons need to make a decision on Carlos Delfino, Ronald Dupree and Darvin Ham. One of the three likely will be left off the playoff roster. Dupree, who had been playing well recently, went on the injured list when Ham was activated.
Brown said Delfino had been getting better in practice. He is coming off surgery on his right knee.
"A lot of times the guys who play a lot of minutes don't practice and Carlos has been able to get on the floor," Brown said. "He has been playing better. I think he feels better about his knee."