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The Pistons Need Outside Shooting and Should Pursue Kyle Korver

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The Cleveland Cavaliers have gone from competing, to wanting to play their young guys, to having their head coach ignore that and play the veterans anyway, to then sending them back to the… Continue reading

Game Preview: Winless Cavaliers Come to Town to Face Undefeated Pistons

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It is a tale of two teams tonight at Little Caesars Arena as the 0-4 Cleveland Cavaliers face off against the undefeated Detroit Pistons (3-0). The Pistons are fresh off of an exhilarating… Continue reading

2018-19 POP Season Preview: Reggie Jackson is the Key to Pistons Success

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The numbers are plain as day. 25-16 with him, 12-25 without him last season. The Detroit Pistons need Reggie Jackson. You can argue that he is more critical than Andre Drummond or Blake… Continue reading

2018-19 POP Preview: Stanley Johnson has a Critical Season Ahead

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This is a big year for Stanley Johnson. It is worth starting off this 2018-19 preview with that because it is incredibly important for the rest of this piece. The Detroit Pistons selected… Continue reading

2018-2019 POP Preview: Jose Calderon Provides Depth at the Most Important Position

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Perhaps the most important position on the Pistons is the backup point guard spot. Reggie Jackson’s wavering health is something that will be monitored all season, regardless of if he is playing or… Continue reading

Central Division Roundup: The Wait is Over, the NBA is Back

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NBA Media Day is over, training camp is officially underway, and preseason games start this week. Yes, the NBA season is upon us at long-last. The slow news through the dog days of… Continue reading

REPORT: Reggie Jackson Had Minor “Procedure” on Ankle, Has Not Been Able to Play this Summer

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The health of Reggie Jackson has been a giant question mark looming over the Detroit Pistons for he past two seasons. It appears it will be an issue for another one too. According… Continue reading

The NBA and Mediocrity: Teams Stuck in Purgatory May as Well be in Hell

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Middling teams of professional sports have a place in their respective leagues. Not dominant, but competitive. Low ceiling, high floor. First-round exit, but make the playoffs. From the NBA to Major League Baseball… Continue reading

Central Division Roundup: The Schedule Released, But All Quiet Before the Storm

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We get closer and closer to the start of the NBA season with every passing week. The Central Division should have four competitive teams (sorry Chicago, though your Bulls should be fun nonetheless).… Continue reading

Central Division Roundup: Sweet Love in Cleveland, Parker Goes Home to Chicago and Other Musings

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Eastern Conference Central Division Weekly Roundup Free agency is finally dwindling down and its relatively quiet before the storm of training camp in September. The Eastern Conference has shifted dramatically, as there will… Continue reading