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Palace of Pistons Roundtable: The Hardest Working Pistons Throughout the Years

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Everybody remembers the “Goin to Work” Pistons team that hoisted the Larry O’Brien trophy, but as we enjoy this Labor Day we wanted to reminisce: who are/were the hardest-working Pistons of all-time? The… Continue reading

Palace of Pistons Roundtable: Previewing the Most Anticipated Games of the ’19-’20 Season

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The NBA schedule was just released to the wild, meaning it is time to evaluate the games in the bone-dry time of the offseason. No, it is not like Major League Baseball of… Continue reading

Palace of Pistons Roundtable: Remembering Detroit’s Biggest NBA Draft Blunders This Past Decade

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With Carmelo Anthony coming out and saying he still wants to play in The Association, bored #NBATwitter ran rampant trying to figure out where he could reasonably play. We explored that on the… Continue reading

Palace of Pistons Roundtable: Bold Predictions for Detroit and the Eastern Conference

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The NBA, and their fans, are in a waiting pattern now with all the major events out of the way. The draft, free agency, summer league, they’re all wrapped up. Even Team USA… Continue reading

Palace of Pistons Roundtable: Should Detroit Trade for Russell Westbrook?

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The sudden annihilation of the Oklahoma City Thunder with the trade of Paul George has left the NBA with a new nugget of interest: what happens to Russell Westbrook? As it turns out,… Continue reading

Palace of Pistons Roundtable: Grading the 2019 NBA Draft

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The 2019 NBA Draft has come and gone with the Pistons selecting Sekou Doumbouya as the 15th pick, a so far polarizing decision. The 18-year-old forward has already played professionally overseas in the… Continue reading

REPORT: Pistons Sign Former Michigan State Guard Matt McQuaid

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The Detroit Pistons have signed former Michigan State Spartans guard Matt McQuaid according to Michael Scotto of The Athletic. <blockquote class=”twitter-tweet”><p lang=”en” dir=”ltr”>The Detroit Pistons have agreed to a deal with former Michigan… Continue reading

REPORT: Pistons Not Expected to Pick Up Option of Glenn Robinson III

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One of the Pistons more intriguing moves last offseason was the signing of Glenn Robinson III, low-risk high-reward wing who has ties to the state of Michigan. It appears now that the fun… Continue reading

2018-2019 Season Review: The Pistons Gambled Depth at Their Most Important Position with Jose Calderon

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Last offseason Detroit added the most consistent point guard of the then-defending Eastern Conference Champion Cleveland Cavaliers. It was Jose Calderon. Woof. That speaks both to the very low-risk and just slightly higher… Continue reading

2018-2019 Season Review: Jon Leuer was Healthier, But Still Not Effective

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Jon Leuer’s tenure so far with the Detroit Pistons can be summed up as ineffective and injury-ridden. That is a harsh, but fair, assessment of a player that the Pistons thought would be… Continue reading