Detroit Pistons Announce Training Camp Roster

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2 hours ago

Detroit Pistons Finalize Basketball Operations Staff Changes

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2 hours ago

Detroit Piston player profile: Andre Drummond

 Andre Drummond has been nothing short of dominance, in his first four years with the Detroit Pistons. But the scary part, is that he is only just getting started. Andre Drummond has been phenomenal with his time with the Detroit Pistons. Each year Piston fans continue to see gradual improvement with their star and franchise […] Detroit Piston player profile: Andre Drummond -...
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3 hours ago

2016 Detroit Pistons Preview: Lorenzo Brown looks to carve out role in Detroit

After two strong years in Grand Rapids with their D-League affiliate, can Brown land a spot with Pistons? It’s rare that a player sticks around an organization for so long without actually logging a single minute for them during the NBA regular season. Lorenzo Brown has played for three different teams in as many seasons since being drafted 52nd overall in the 2013 Draft, but none...
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6 hours ago

Detroit Pistons player profile: Kentavious Caldwell-pope

Now entering his 4th NBA season, with the Detroit Pistons, big things are expected from Kentavious Caldwell-Pope moving forward. Before the start of the 2015-16 season, Detroit Pistons’ fans expected Kentavious Caldwell-Pope to take a leap forward going into his third NBA season. He succeeded in doing so, particularly on the defensive end. Caldwell-Pope averaged 14.5 points,...
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23 hours ago

Stan Van Gundy opens up about racial issues in the United States

Detroit Pistons’ coach and president Stan Van Gundy speaks his mind about all things. He’s spoken up about the all-star game and the issues in Charlotte and now he’s speaking his mind about one of the biggest conflicts in the United States right now–race issues. Detroit Pistons‘ coach and president Stan Van Gundy is a […] Stan Van Gundy opens up about racial issues in...
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1 day ago

Boban Marjanovic Has the Biggest Hands in the World, Example No. 347

Boban Marjanovic, one of the last known giants still roaming the earth, has gargantuan-sized hands. You're probably well aware of this fact, as it's one of his defining physical attributes, but every time you see a new photo of Boban's hands, especially when compared to another normal human's, it's hard not to stare at it for at least an hour. RELATED: Boban Marjanovic Has the...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Pistons announce promotions, new hires

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) The Detroit Pistons have promoted Pat Garrity, Adam Glessner and J.R. Holden to senior leadership positions. Garrity is now an associate general manager, Glessner is director of player personnel and Holden is director of international scouting. Detroit also announced other promotions Friday, including Jorge Costa to director of research and technology...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Links: A worthwhile season preview, Reggie Jackson a top-15 point guard in the league, and Andre Drummond's road to "Franchise Player"

Links time it is! Basketball Insiders Detroit Pistons Preview Basketball Insiders addressed a number of angles in their Pistons season preview. My only concern is that sometimes, when we see a glimpse of potential, we begin to expect too much, too quickly. Look no further than the New Orleans Pelicans and Washington Wizards. In other words, just because the Pistons won 44...
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3 days ago

Brown, McCallum ready to battle it out for what looks like only open spot on Pistons roster

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4 days ago

Why This Is A Make Or Break Year For The Detroit Pistons

Eight years ago an era ended for the Detroit Pistons. A roster headlined by Chauncey Billups, Richard Hamilton, Tayshaun Prince, and Rahseed Wallace, the Pistons were among the NBA's elite class. This crew reached six consecutive Eastern Conference finals, and were quietly the class of the east. That reign came to an end in 2008 when the Pistons went down in 2008 to the eventual...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Blake posts video of him dunking…on a trampoline

Veteran guard Steve Blake has never exactly been known for his hops. But with the help of a nifty trampoline, he was recently able to fulfill all of his wildest dreams. Blake posted an amusing video to his Twitter account on Thursday of him pulling off a trampoline-assisted between-the-legs dunk. It's a great feeling when dreams come true! pic.twitter.com/xZnbYLdSk1 — Steve...
Via Larry Brown Sports
17 days ago  |  Discuss

The Detroit Pistons need Darrun Hilliard to be a bench sharpshooter

Last season the Detroit Pistons bench was pretty messy. They had some players that would provide quality minutes (Stanley Johnson, Aron Baynes) and others that looked like they weren’t still able to play solid minutes at this point in their careers (Steve Blake, Anthony Tolliver). This offseason, addressing those problems was a major point of emphasis, and thus the team signed...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Detroit Pistons: Grading the offseason

After getting swept by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the first round of the Eastern Conference Finals the Detroit Pistons headed into the offseason knowing where they needed to improve. We talked about what they needed to do, here. Now, as we are just under two months until the Pistons first game at Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario against the Toronto Raptors let’s recap what...
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28 days ago  |  Discuss

Why the Detroit Pistons Stan Van Gundy is a top 5 NBA coach

The Detroit Pistons hired who they believed to be their home run guy in May of 2014. Stan Van Gundy had been out of coaching for two years, but had the pedigree necessary to come in and right the ship. So far he has exceeded expectations, and the question begs to be answered, where does he currently rank among NBA head coaches? Van Gundy has a legit case as a top 5 NBA coach. Guys...
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28 days ago  |  Discuss

QUIZ: Name every first-round pick of the Detroit Pistons since Isiah Thomas

With the 2nd overall pick in the 1981 NBA draft, the Detroit Pistons selected Isiah Thomas who went on to become a 12-time All-Star, an All-Star Game MVP, a 2-time NBA champion, an NBA Finals MVP and a member of the Naismith Hall of Fame. He is arguably the best player in the history of the Pistons franchise.  The team also had the 12th overall pick in the 1981 draft and selected...
August 26, 2016  |  Discuss

Pistons assistant Tim Hardaway facing drunk driving charge

Detroit Pistons assistant coach Tim Hardaway is facing drunk driving charges stemming from an incident last April. According to a report by Jermont Terry and Derick Hutchinson of Local 4 News in Detroit, Hardaway was pulled over near his Beverly Hills home, and court records show that his BAC was .17. It’s unclear based on the report if the UTEP product was arrested during the...
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 23, 2016  |  Discuss

Boban Marjanovic, Andre Drummond make Sylvester Stallone look tiny in this photo

It takes a special giant to make Sylvester Stallone look small. And, we’ve now learned, seven-foot NBA players fit that bill. Seven-foot-three Boban Marjanovic and six-foot-eleven Andre Drummond recently met up with Stallone, and they made Rocky look like Rocky’s prepubescent son. A photo posted by Sly Stallone (@officialslystallone) on Aug 19, 2016 at 7:34am PDT Here’s...
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August 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Andre Drummond, Boban Marjanovic tower over Sly Stallone in photo

There aren’t too many guys who can make John Rambo look like an elementary schooler, but the Detroit Pistons have two of them. Hollywood macho man Sylvester Stallone recently met Pistons centers Andre Drummond and Boban Marjanovic and posted about it to Instagram on Friday. The results were, well, a little comical. A couple of very tiny Detroit piston players that I...
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Detroit Pistons Season Outlook: One Step Forward or Two Steps Back?

Stan Van Gundy took a 32-win Pistons team and transformed them into an exciting squad that snuck into the playoffs only to be ushered out by the future NBA champion Cavaliers in a surprisingly competitive sweep. The question coming into the season is whether Stan has already squeezed out every last drop of juice from his team or if there are further heights left for them to reach...
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August 19, 2016  |  Discuss

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