Pistons prioritize keeping Hayes connected after ‘dodging a bullet’ with injury

Detroit Pistons

After getting good news on Killian Hayes’ physical well being, Dwane Casey’s thoughts turned to the Pistons rookie’s mental health. “The main thing I’m concerned with is making sure he stays connected mentally,” Casey said Wednesday night. “Young man coming to the NBA, first year, and all of a sudden you’re disconnected because of injury.…

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