Avery Bradley is a Perfect fit in Detroit

Going into the 2017 offseason, the Detroit Pistons faced a decision on whether to pay Kentavious Caldwell-Pope big money, probably a figure around $100 million over five years. It seemed abundantly clear that the Pistons would give Caldwell-Pope his money and he would be the shooting guard of the long-term future. That was, until, the…

POP Roundtable: The Langston Galloway Signing

The Detroit Pistons signed free agent Langston Galloway to a three-year $21 million deal on Saturday afternoon. Galloway has played for New York, New Orleans, and Sacramento in his short three-year NBA career. The Palace of Pistons staff gives their initial reactions to the signing. Noah Lofman (@NoahLofman): I am incredibly happy with this signing….

Luke Kennard’s Shooting Important for Pistons

It’s no secret the Detroit Pistons have plenty of issues, and one of their biggest ones is three point shooting. The Pistons ranked 28th last season in three-point shooting percentage at 33%. Only the Orlando Magic and Oklahoma City Thunder shot worse from behind the long line, as George Blaha would say. If you take…

Initial Reaction to Detroit’s Selection of Luke Kennard

The Detroit Pistons selected Luke Kennard out of Duke with the 12th pick in the NBA Draft tonight. The PalaceOfPistons staff gives their initial thoughts on the pick. The #Pistons will select SG Luke Kennard out of Duke with the 12th pick in the #NBADraft. pic.twitter.com/dpPtgDCrwu — Palace Pistons (@PalaceOfPistons) June 23, 2017 Dylan Edenfield…

Report: Sacramento Kings Interested in Andre Drummond

Could Andre Drummond be traded away during tonight’s NBA Draft? Matt Dery, a former Detroit radio host tweeted out today that he has heard from a “pretty reliable source” that the Sacramento Kings are showing “big interest” in Drummond. Hearing from a pretty reliable source that Sacramento showing big interest in Andre Drummond. We'll see…

What Should the Pistons do with the 12th Pick in the Draft

The NBA Draft is approaching soon, and the Detroit Pistons are locked in with the number twelve pick. Just a few weeks ago, ESPN’s Marc Stein reported that the Pistons were open to moving the #12 pick in exchange for a win-now veteran. Who exactly could this “win-now veteran” be you might ask? Well, there’s…