Kwame Brown's search for another fresh start is taking him back to the Eastern Conference.
The center and the Detroit Pistons agreed to a two-year deal -- including a player option for the second season -- worth $8 million, team president of basketball operations Joe Dumars told The Associated Press on Monday night.
There has to be a bigger plan here, right? I mean, this can't be IT for Detroit this off-season, can it?
NBA PLAYOFF SEEDINGS AT ABOUT THE 50-GAME MARK East 1. Detroit (42-9) Central leaders 2. Miami (32-20) Southeast leaders 3. New Jersey (27-23) Atlantic leaders 4. Cleveland (30-21) 5. Milwaukee (27-24) 6. Indiana (25-23) 7. Washington (26-24) 8.