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Detroit Pistons think they can match up with anyone

The Detroit Pistons have finally been built to Stan Van Gundy’s liking. With the roster now as versatile as ever, Van Gundy thinks the team can compete with anyone. The Detroit Pistons think they’ve addressed their weaknesses this offseason with the signings of Ish Smith, Jon Leuer, Ray McCallum, and Boban Marjanovic, and by drafting […] Detroit Pistons think they can match...
Via Piston Powered
16 hours ago

Pistons are poised to make a trade this season

The offseason put together by Stan Van Gundy this year has been understated, but could it be leading towards big things in the near future? While other teams in the NBA spent the offseason signing players like Kevin Durant, Al Horford and Dwyane Wade, the Pistons were going about things in a much more subtle […] Pistons are poised to make a trade this season - PistonPowered - PistonPowered...
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19 hours ago

Projecting the Detroit Pistons’ small forward depth chart

The Detroit Pistons’ small forward depth chart hasn’t turned over this offseason, but it should be a lot sturdier going into this season than it was last. Once upon a time not that long ago, the Detroit Pistons had starting small forwards like Kyle Singler and Tayshaun Prince. Retread Tayshaun Prince, not “The Block” Tayshaun […] Projecting the Detroit Pistons’ small...
Via Piston Powered
23 hours ago

CRITICAL: In nearly a winner-take-all showdown, Pistons outlast Bulls in a slugfest

Via NBA.com
1 day ago

Kadeem Jack Signs Deal With Professional Team in Japan

After playing with the Detroit Pistons at the NBA’s Orlando Summer League at the beginning of July, former Rutgers basketball star Kadeem Jack has signed a deal to play with the Hitachi SunRockers in the first division of the B.League in Japan. Former Rutgers F Kadeem Jack has agreed to terms & will play for Hitachi Club in Japan, per his Agent @bjbass2 of RBA Sports—...
Via On the Banks
1 day ago

Pistons Links: The Pistons wall formation is complete; wild stats; and an Ohio grandma misses her Boban

Extra Boban fun in today's links -- so let's get to it! The Pistons' Chemistry Experiment -- Sports on Earth Smooth read -- and nothing too lopsided one way or the other I think. This organization finds itself in an irritating spot: too good for a high lottery pick and not nearly attractive enough to seduce marquee free agents -- let alone worthwhile contributors at a below...
Via Detroit Bad Boys
1 day ago

The Detroit Pistons and Ray McCallum Jr. coming together was almost inevitable

Yesterday the news broke that the Detroit Pistons had filled their final roster spot. Ex-Detroit Mercy star Ray McCallum Jr. will play for his hometown team this season, signing a veteran’s minimum contract. Many Piston fans have been following McCallum Jr. for some time now; he played three years at the University of Detroit Mercy, which is only a short distance away the Palace...
Via isportsweb.com
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Pistons announce 1-year deal with guard Ray McCallum

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) The Detroit Pistons officially announced their one-year deal with guard Ray McCallum on Tuesday. McCallum averaged 3.3 points per game last season in 41 appearances for San Antonio and Memphis. He played the previous two seasons for Sacramento. McCallum played college basketball at Detroit, averaging 18.7 points during his final season there in 2012-13...
Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Detroit Pistons Sign Free Agent Guard Ray McCallum Jr.

The Detroit Pistons announced today that the team has signed free-agent guard Ray McCallum Jr.  Per team policy, terms of the contract we
Via NBA.com
3 days ago

AP Source: Pistons agree to 1-year deal with McCallum

DETROIT (AP) A person with knowledge of the deal tells The Associated Press that the Detroit Pistons have agreed to a one-year contract with guard Ray McCallum. The person spoke on condition of anonymity Monday because the deal had not been announced. McCallum's deal is for the league minimum, which is about $1 million for a player with his service time. McCallum averaged 3.3...
Via Associated Press
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Andre Drummond gets posterized twice during Drew League game

The NBA may be off for the Summer, but, basketball never stops. While Team USA tours the country competing against other nations in exhibition games, other NBA players are staying busy by playing in various Summer leagues -- the most popular: the Drew League, based in South Central Los Angeles.On Sunday: Detroit Pistons All-Star Center Andre Drummond joined Team ICEOCA during their...
Via FOX Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Why the Detroit Pistons should be playing in the Las Vegas Summer League

Some teams think waiting more than a week after the NBA draft is too long to see rookies in action. This seems to be the case for the Detroit Pistons as they almost immediately jump into the Orlando Summer League. However, most teams choose to wait a little longer before they see their young talent on the court, opting for the Las Vegas Summer League, which entails a championship...
Via isportsweb.com
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Pistons sign first-round draft pick Henry Ellenson

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) -- The Detroit Pistons have signed first-round draft pick Henry Ellenson. The team announced the multiyear deal on Tuesday without providing specific terms. Ellenson was taken with the No. 18 pick in last month's NBA draft. Ellenson averaged 17 points and 9.7 rebounds per game last season as a freshman at Marquette. He also led the team with 49 blocked shots...
Via Associated Press
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Detroit Pistons: Can they contend in the Eastern Conference?

The NBA Free Agency period is hectic, and it seems to be winding down now that we have reached the later stages of July. The Detroit Pistons made some key signings, and Head Coach Stan Van Gundy has spoken about how he feels the added depth will help the Pistons combat anything opponents throw at them. But the questions will remain; can the Pistons legitimately compete in the East...
Via isportsweb.com
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Boban Marjanovic and Stan Van Gundy Photoshops are great

The newest member of the Detroit Pistons, Boban Marjanovic, was introduced to the media on Wednesday, and his presence next to team head coach and GM Stan Van Gundy led to some fantastic photoshops. Boban, who was signed to a three-year, $21 million offer sheet, is 7-foot-3 and 290 pounds. Van Gundy is 5-foot-8. The gap between their heights is obviously quite notable. .@World_Wide_Wob...
Via Larry Brown Sports
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Boban Marjanovic reportedly agrees to contract with Pistons, Spurs have right to match

Boban Marjanovic quickly became a fan favorite in his first NBA season with the Spurs, despite averaging just 9.4 minutes per game in 54 regular-season appearances. The 7-3 big man ranked third in the league in Player Efficiency Rating (PER) behind only Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant, and often times dazzled with plays like these.Marjanovic entered the summer as a restricted free...
Via FOX Sports
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Leuer signs 4-year, $42 million deal with Pistons

With the surge in the NBA salary cap this year, a number of mid-level players are being paid like stars. The latest: former Wisconsin star forward, who has reportedly inked a four year deal with the Detroit Pistons worth $42 million. Priority Sports, the sports management company representing Leuer, announced the deal on Twitter. We are so happy to congratulate our guy @JonLeuer30...
Via College Spun
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Grading The Deal: Andre Drummond Signs Max With Pistons

In terms of size, agility, durability and athleticism, Andre Drummond is one of basketball's most precious pieces of clay. Drummond is only seven months older than Joel Embiid and has already played in 304 games and over 9,000 minutes. For all of that on-court exposure, it still so often feels like Drummond is just beginning to understand the nuances of the game and has so much more...
Via RealGM - NBA
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Pistons, Ish Smith agree to three-year, $18 million deal

Ish Smith won’t be playing as much next season, but he’ll get a raise and experience the feeling of winning more often. The Pistons are set to sign the 76ers point guard to a three-year, $18 million contract. Smith, 28, started at point guard for the 76ers after he was traded from New Orleans in December. He averaged 14.7 points and seven assists per game for the 10-72 Sixers...
Via The Sports Daily
29 days ago  |  Discuss
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