REPORT: Cade Cunningham Feared to Have Stress Fracture in Shin, Out Indefinitely

Detroit Pistons star Cade Cunningham will be shelved indefinitely and could require surgery with a possible stress fracture in his shin, according to Marc Stein of the NY Times: Previously expected to return Sunday against the Sacramento Kings after a five-game absence, the league-worst 3-14 Pistons will be forced to carry on without their star…

POP 2022-23 Positional Preview: The Bigs

This year’s Detroit Pistons will be the deepest the team has been in terms of big men since the franchise was an Eastern Conference contender in the mid-2000s. With the recent Bojan Bogdanovic trade that shipped Kelly Olynyk to Utah, Troy Weaver was able to create some breathing room in the frontcourt while also addressing…

Evaluating the Detroit Pistons Starting Lineup Possibilities

For the first time in recent memory, the Detroit Pistons will be among the more versatile teams in the NBA this season. The team continues to add multidimensional young talent along with developing the picks that general manager Troy Weaver has amassed over the past couple years. Detroit’s 2023 roster allows them to realistically run…

REPORT: Detroit Pistons Re-Sign Rodney McGruder

The Detroit Pistons have re-signed guard Rodney McGruder to a one-year, veteran minimum deal, according to Keith Smith of Spotrac: McGruder has proven to be a respected veteran in Detroit’s locker room over the past couple of seasons. He will continue to provide guard depth to a team looking deeper in the backcourt than in…

REPORT: Pistons Acquire Alec Burks, Nerlens Noel from Knicks

In another salary-dumping move between the Knicks and the Pistons, New York is sending veteran guard Alec Burks and defensive center Nerlens Noel, along with two second-round picks and $6 million in cash to Detroit, per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN: The Pistons are reportedly excited to utilize the two veterans next season. Detroit is lacking…

Detroit Pistons Post-All-Star Break Observations

The 12-45 Detroit Pistons traveled to TD Garden to take on the Boston Celtics and scraped by with a 112-111 victory in their last game prior to the NBA All-Star break. Thanks to a clutch jumper from Jerami Grant and a missed mid-ranger from Jayson Tatum at the buzzer, the Pistons avoided adding on to…

REPORT: Pistons Have Covid Outbreak; Stewart, Hayes, Lee Entering Protocols

After the news broke on Wednesday that rookie sensation Cade Cunningham would be entering the NBA’s health and safety protocols, we knew things could only get worse from there. Now, hours before tip-off against the Miami Heat, things did indeed get worse. As if the Pistons roster wasn’t already depleted enough, Killian Hayes, Isaiah Stewart,…

Four Goals for the 2021-22 Detroit Pistons

When people look back at the most successful tank jobs in professional sports history, the 2020-21 Detroit Pistons should be at the forefront of that discussion. While operating under the unfortunate circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic, the perfect opportunity opened up for the Pistons to lose as many games as possible while the arenas were…

REPORT: Derrick Walton Jr. Returning to Pistons on Exhibit 10 Deal

An exciting addition to Detroit’s newest G League affiliate, the Motor City Cruise, has been made with the signing of former University of Michigan point guard Derrick Walton Jr, according to James Edwards III of The Athletic: Walton, who spent four years in college with the Wolverines, has struggled to latch on with a team…

REPORT: Pistons Re-Sign Guard Frank Jackson to Two-Year Deal

Frank Jackson is returning to Detroit on a two-year deal, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN: Jackson found his niche in Detroit last season as a sharpshooter after the trade of Svi Mykhailiuk in March. At 6’3″, Jackson had been used primarily as a point guard, but proved to be a much more valuable weapon…