There's a lot of hype around the Detroit Pistons right now. They drafted Cade Cunningham first overall in the latest NBA draft (a move that Cunningham actually looked forward to), and they are looking to the Oklahoma State alum to lead the franchise. However, if this report is to be believed, then Pistons fans should probably worry about their prized rookie.

Pistons beat reporter Rod Beard relayed this message from coach Dwane Casey about an update on Cunningham's progress.

#Pistons Dwane Casey said John Beilein has been working with Cade Cunningham on getting a higher release on his 3-point shot.”

On paper, it sounds like a decent idea. Many rookies with low or unorthodox release points struggle shooting when they make it to the NBA. Just ask Lonzo Ball. However, Pistons fans (and NBA fans in general) remember the last time that a first overall pick changed his form just before the season started. And if you recall, it didn't end well for that guy.

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Markelle Fultz was a solid, if not great, shooter coming out of college. He had a silky-smooth jumper that was effective. However, all that changed when he altered his shot form when he entered the NBA. Whether Fultz' new jump shot was because of his injury or the other way around is still being debated today. However, that precedent can make a few Pistons fans worry about the staff's decision to tweak Cunningham's jumper.

Of course, the opposite of the Fultz situation could happen too. Fultz was dealing with a rare condition that made it difficult for him to shoot. It's unlikely that the Pistons rookie also has that same condition. Based on this video, it does seem like his shot isn't drastically altered from his original form.

Ultimately, Pistons fans just have to hope that everything works out for the best for Cade Cunningham. After all, the Pistons franchise is looking at him as a beacon of hope.