Pistons Hire Scout Jason Buckner to Franchise

According to the Indianapolis Star, the Detroit Pistons will be adding Jason Buckner to their scouting staff in November. Buckner will serve as Detroit’s director of draft scouting. Buckner comes to the Pistons after serving eight years as the Indiana Pacers manager of scouting. Buckner worked in a duel role the past three years, serving…

Luke Kennard’s 2020-2021 Campaign is Critical for His Future

Three years ago, the Detroit Pistons drafted shooting guard Luke Kennard out of Duke University. Kennard was picked ahead of guys such as Donavan Mitchell, Bam Adebayo, Kyle Kuzma, and OG Anunoby. Although Kennard doesn’t have the accolades of Mitchell and Adebayo or the championships of Kuzma and Anunoby, he has been a solid rotational…

Jerami Grant Should Not be a Primary Target for Detroit in Free Agency

Last week a report from the Denver Post cited the Detroit Pistons as one of three teams, along with the Atlanta Hawks and Phoenix Suns, that was expected to pursue Denver Nuggets free agent, Jerami Grant, in free agency this offseason. Grant had a phenomenal season with the Nuggets before he and Denver were defeated…

Detroit Pistons would Benefit Greatly from Second Chicago Bubble

While 22 teams have entered the bubble at Disneyworld in Orlando Florida, the eight teams who were not invited inside the bubble have not practiced together or played organized basketball for over four months. And that separation from competitive play and team growth will likely continue throughout the remainder of the summer and potentially into…

The Story of Sekou Doumbouya’s Exposure to COVID-19

According to ESPN Senior Writer Jackie MacMullan, Pistons’ Coach Dwane Casey was told by the team’s athletic trainer, Jim Scholler, during the Philadelphia 76ers game that his rookie forward, Sekou Doumbouya, had been exposed to the coronavirus days earlier but he still decided to let him finish the game. Following the Pistons-Jazz game on March…

It’s A Make Or Miss League: 3 Observations From Pistons Late Loss To Portland

The Detroit Pistons’ comeback efforts did not last tonight as they would falter and eventually lose to the Portland Trailblazers 107-104. However, within all losses comes some bright spots. Here are three bright observations from tonight’s contest. 1. Brandon Knight’s best game as a Piston (Round 2) Brandon Knight looked like Brandon Knight of old…