I can hear the skeptics out there now.

The expected news that Lawrence Frank is the latest casualty in the Detroit Pistons' quest to find somebody who can last in the head coach's chair for three seasons drew intense Twitter criticism from those thinking the revolving door is evidence of a dysfunctional franchise.

The last coach to last past three seasons?

Legendary Pistons coach Chuck Daly, who guided the franchise to its first two titles a few short years before current rookie Andre Drummond was even born.

It will be eight coaches and counting during Pistons president of basketball operations Joe Dumars' tenure -- four coaches in six years.

So you get the derision.

But there is one thing to remember before you think the Pistons are cursed to this coaching carousel as long as Dumars is running things.

For the first time since Flip Saunders was handed a team built to win now before the 2005-06 season, the Pistons' job is a good job.

One of the main reasons Frank wanted another season to try to get it right is because he sees the potential with cap space this summer and two promising big men in Greg Monroe and Drummond.

"We are ahead of schedule," Frank said earlier this week. "If you think about it in terms of cap flexibility, we are in prime position to reshape the franchise."