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50 min ago | Detroit Bad Boys
Of all the journeymen signed by Stan Van Gundy this offseason, Aaron Gray is perhaps the most puzzling. Is Gray just a practice dummy or does the new coach look for him to play a role this season? The 29-year-old center isn't exactly the player who you expect to see signed within the first week of the free agency season.
50 min ago | Piston Powered
Apr 16, 2014; Oklahoma City, OK, USA; Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond drives to the basket against Oklahoma City Thunder center Kendrick Perkins during the first quarter at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports Drummond last season joined Shaquille O'Neal as the only under-21 players to average 13 points and 13 rebounds in NBA history.
3 hrs ago | The Orlando Sentinel
The Magic will bring shooting guard Seth Curry, point guard Peyton Siva, power forward Kadeem Batts and shooting guard Drew Crawford to training camp. None of them are expected to make the Magic's roster.
5 hrs ago | Washington Times
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is getting a $3.75 million grant from the William Davidson Foundation in support of its Neighborhood Concert Series, officials announced Tuesday. The grant will support the Detroit Symphony Orchestra's series of Detroit-area concerts, as well as additional activities outside of its Orchestra Hall home, over the next three years.
If Team USA's colossal 129-92 win over Serbia in the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup gold-medal game taught us anything, it's that basketball's global reach has yet to spawn a serious challenger to the hoops throne. Try as countries might, even America's supposed "C Team" proved, in the end, a far more formidable force than anyone could've anticipated.
As I'm sure many of you know, NBA great Chauncey Billups decided to end to his long and illustrious career last week. Here, a look back at the life of our fellow Buffalo, who may be the greatest athlete to come out of Colorado.
With a largely returning roster the Detroit Pistons need to make significant roster changes to avoid another losing season. The Pistons have already taken action and made changes to the front office and coaching.
In this Dec. 2, 2010 file photo, Miami Heat forward LeBron James smiles as Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert, right, watches in the second quarter in Cleveland. Comment: Sefolosha should help bolster the Hawks' perimeter defense.
The Pistons return from a disappointing season with the same starting lineup, but Stan Van Gundy is sure to spice things up. He's one of the reasons Detroit comes in at No.
After a decade in which they won a championship , this Detroit team which epitomized the spirit of a city approached the future with considerable uncertainty and a coaching situation in which change was inevitable. As the decade proceeded, they acquired a good, young player who quickly became a favorite among some fans, though others ridiculed him.
One day after arriving in Madrid for today's FIBA World Cup final, Team USA held a two-hour practice Saturday afternoon at Barclaycard Arena in preparation for the gold-medal game. Pistons center Andre Drummond was an active participant in the practice's final 15 minutes, open to the media, shooting free throws and working one-on-one with U.S. assistant coach Andre Griffin.
Could the Pistons finish ahead of the Pacers in the Central Division? Going into the off-season such a thought would be considered ridiculous since the Pacers are coming off back-to-back appearances in the Eastern Conference finals and the Pistons have been the Pistons.
Pistons forward Greg Monroe dribbles around Toronto Raptors forward Tyler Hansbrough in the fourth quarter at The Palace of Auburn Hills. / Rick Osentoski/USA TODAY Sports Going into the off-season such a thought would be considered ridiculous since the Pacers are coming off back-to-back appearances in the Eastern Conference finals and the Pistons have been the Pistons.
"That's a good question. When you think about it, the role of a front office is really to develop the roster and put a product on the floor that you can win a championship with," he said.
This March 19, 2014 photo shows Detroit Pistons guard Chauncey Billups looking on from bench against the Denver Nuggets in the first quarter of an NBA basketball game in Denver. / David Zalubowski/Associated Press Dan Feldman writes for the Pistons blog PistonPowered.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 01:51 pm
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