It's great to be back," he said. "I'm looking forward to playing
against all those guys."
Rebraca admitted it was tough to watch the Pistons win the
championship just a few months after getting rid of him.
"It was hard, yes," he said. "I was disappointed for a while, but now I see that it worked out well for me. And I was always happy for the Pistons."
Unfortunately, Rebraca's first start of the season didn't go as well as he had hoped. He sprained his right wrist in a second-half run-in with Rasheed Wallace and missed the rest of the game