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The Tigers fell a season-high 2 1 2 games behind Kansas City, and it couldn't have been much uglier.
Every NBA team has strengths and weaknesses, regardless of how complete their roster may appear.
In a part of the year that is ordinarily very quiet, NBA teams could complete some major moves on the trade market.
Ben Gordon has put his Oakland Township mansion up for sale and is asking for $4.18 million.
The Detroit Pistons won just 29 games in 2013-14, but with major changes made throughout the organization they will be more competitive in the Eastern Conference than they were a year ago.
Oct 24, 2013; Auburn Hills, MI, USA; Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond smiles after a dunk during the fourth quarter against the Minnesota Timberwolves at The Palace of Auburn Hills.
You're still new, figuring out how things run, sometimes battling the adjustments that come with relocating.
Aug 8, 2014; Akron, OH, USA; Welcome home LeBron James signage outside of St. Vincent St. Mary High School prior to the LeBron James Family Foundation Reunion and Rally at InfoCision Stadium.
Apr 12, 2014; Dallas, TX, USA; Phoenix Suns guard Eric Bledsoe during the game against the Dallas Mavericks at the American Airlines Center.
The Washington Post reports that Detroit Pistons big man Greg Monroe and his agent sought sign-and-trade deals with both the Blazers and Thunder during their messy standoff in restricted free agency with Detroit.
The Detroit Pistons' front office hasn't convinced Greg Monroe that they're a better team now, than the one constructed when they first drafted the power forward.
The Boston Celtics today signed Rodney McGruder and Christian Watford to one year contracts.
USA basketball rolled over the Dominican Republic 105-62 in Madison Square Garden Wednesday night, and Pistons center Andre Drummond was one of the stars of the game.
The Detroit Pistons will open the preseason Oct. 7 at The Palace against the Chicago Bulls, the club announced this afternoon.
The league announced the 74-year-old Bavetta's retirement on Tuesday. He worked his first NBA game on Dec. 2, 1975, in Madison Square Garden in New York.
Once upon a time, Miami Heat fans couldn't understand what it felt like to win a championship.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 04:39 am
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