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Podcast: The Pistons are Still the Best Team in Basketball

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Brendan Johnson, Aaron Johnson, and Ryan Paye discuss why the Pistons are still the best team in basketball, the dominance of Blake Griffin, Luke Kennard’s injury, and much more. As always, your support… Continue reading

Report: Luke Kennard Out with Shoulder Sprain, to be Evaluated in Two Weeks

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The Detroit Pistons announced today that shooting guard Luke Kennard will be out the next two weeks with a right shoulder sprain. Kennard suffered the injury in last night’s win against the Cleveland… Continue reading

Game Preview: Key Players Questionable as Pistons and Sixers Clash

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Tonight, the Detroit Pistons(2-0) host the Philadelphia 76ers(2-1) at Little Ceasers Arena. The game tips off at 7:00p.m. It will be aired nationally on NBATV. The home stand starts tonight against the @sixers… Continue reading

Podcast: The Pistons are the Best Team in the NBA

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The Detroit Pistons are the best team in basketball. Brendan Johnson, Aaron Johnson, and Ryan Paye discuss why on this week’s edition of The Palace of Pistons Podcast. As always, your support of… Continue reading

Game Preview: Pistons Kick Off New Era Versus Intriguing Nets

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NBA basketball is back. Most importantly, Detroit Basketball is back! Tonight, the Pistons open the season against the Brooklyn Nets, at 7:00 pm. Detroit will open the season at Little Ceasers Arena, their… Continue reading

2018-2019 POP Season Preview: Shoot the Ball, Luke Kennard

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Luke Kennard shot 44.3 percent from the field and a super efficient 41.5 percent from the 3-point line last season. One of the most effective scorers on the Pistons’ roster, Kennard enjoyed a… Continue reading

Podcast: Blake Griffin Effective in Preseason, Reggie Jackson’s Injury Scare

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In this week’s edition of the PalaceOfPistons Podcast, Aaron Johnson and Ryan Paye discuss takeaways from the last two preseason games, Blake Griffin’s effectiveness, Reggie Jackson’s injury scare, and much much more. As… Continue reading

2018-2019 POP Season Preview: Dwane Casey Belives in Langston Galloway

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In the 2017 offseason, Stan Van Gundy was once again frugal with the Pistons’ money. In the early days of free agency, he signed guard Langston Galloway to a lucrative long-term deal. The… Continue reading

2018-2019 POP Season Preview: Ish Smith is a Model of Consistency for Detroit

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Although Detroit has not fared well with Reggie Jackson out of the lineup the past few seasons, it is not because the player who filled Jackson’s void in the starting lineup, Ish Smith.… Continue reading

2018-2019 POP Season Preview: Henry Ellenson’s Opportunity is Staring Him in the Face

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For the first two seasons of Henry Ellenson’s career, he has been stuck far back on the bench. Out of 164 games through the last two seasons, Ellenson appeared in just 52 of… Continue reading