Markieff Morris Changing Number to 88 in Honor of Kobe Bryant

In the wake of NBA legend Kobe Bryant’s passing, some NBA players have announced a number change to honor one of the game’s greatest icons. That includes the Pistons’ own Markieff Morris – a Philadelphia native, just like Bryant. Morris explained the reasoning for his decision to switch from jersey number 8 – the Mamba’s…

The Pistons’ Point Guard Predicament

For years, depth at point guard was an issue for the Detroit Pistons. With starting point guard Reggie Jackson sidelined for a big portion of his tenure with the team, the Pistons have struggled to make the position a positive over the years. Steve Blake, Beno Udrih (who was actually pretty decent), and Jose Calderon…

Derrick Rose Fined $25,000 for Throwing Pen Into Stands

In a season where Andre Drummond has been already been sidelined due to an allergic reaction from an avocado, it just keeps getting weirder for the Detroit Pistons. Derrick Rose has been fined $25,000 for throwing a pen into the stands of Little Caesar’s Arena in Monday’s loss to the New Orleans Pelicans, the NBA…

REPORT: Multiple Teams Interested in Markieff Morris

Trade rumors continue to swirl around the Detroit Pistons’ role players as the team likely heads for rebuild mode. This time, it’s veteran power forward Markieff Morris, who has had an up-and-down season with the Pistons, while also facing setbacks with injury throughout the campaign. Both of the Los Angeles teams, the Clippers and Lakers,…

REPORT: Sixers Expressing Interest in Langston Galloway, Luke Kennard

With the Detroit Pistons looking in a completely different direction compared to the start of the season, it may be time to unload veterans that could be useful to contending teams. Langston Galloway and, out of seemingly nowhere, Luke Kennard have been on the radar of the Philadelphia 76ers, according to Keith Pompey of the…

Blake Griffin Undergoes Surgery on Left Knee, Sidelined Indefinitely

Detroit Pistons All-NBA forward Blake Griffin underwent successful surgery on his left knee, and will now be sidelined indefinitely, the team announced Tuesday. Griffin, who was sidelined for the team’s first 10 games, has played in just 18 contests over the course of the season. Despite the extended time to rehab over the summer, Griffin…