Category Archive: Column

Nets’ Re-Signing of Caris LeVert Unfortunate for Pistons

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On Sunday night, the Brooklyn Nets made a shocking yet beneficial move when they came to terms on a contract extension with Caris LeVert, a promising young wing who was set to be… Continue reading

The New HFHS Pistons Performance Center Forecasts Sunny Days Ahead for Detroit

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“We’re going to employ hundreds of people downtown, we’re going to be paying city income taxes where the city is going to get dollars every year. When you talk about the players’ (salaries), that will be significant income. So we’re going to be contributing in a lot of ways … the economic impact we will have on the city will be in the hundreds of millions.”
Arn Tellum, Pistons Chairman

Training Camp Battle: Christian Wood vs Micheal Beasley for Final Roster Spot on Pistons

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WATCH OUT Y’ALL!! The Detroit Pistons finally have some training camp action! To put it modestly…they only have mild action. What’s the prize you ask? Only the coveted 15th and final roster spot.… Continue reading

Sean Sweeney and Tim Grgurich: The Unsung Heroes of the Detroit Pistons

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Every basketball fan knows that the National Basketball Association is filled with the most talented basketball players in the world. However, the NBA is filled with the most talented coaches in the world… Continue reading

Coaches Corner: How Svi Mykhailiuk Will Elevate the Pistons Offense

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“Who?” That’s probably what most Detroit fans said when the Pistons traded Reggie Bullock to the Los Angeles Lakers for a 22-year old from Ukraine named Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk. Time has gone by and… Continue reading

Louis King: A Look At The Pistons Promising Two-Way Wing

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Louis King was with family on June 20th, seated in a restaurant. With the NBA draft on a nearby television, King and his family sat and waited for his name to be called.… Continue reading

The Truth About Luke Kennard

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As I recently wrapped up my video on the Pistons’ draft blunders of the past decade, it got me thinking. Stan Van Gundy left the Pistons with some pieces to work with. Most… Continue reading

Examining Detroit’s Options Next Offseason with Andre Drummond

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During a training session inside the Mendenhall Center on the campus of UNLV on July 18, Detroit Pistons assistant coach Sean Sweeney gently swayed, fists clenched in his pockets, while he watched earnestly… Continue reading

Point Guard Position No Longer A Worry For Detroit

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With the Las Vegas Summer League firmly in the rear view mirror and free agency buzz dying away, NBA fans are now looking inward for news and entertainment during the dog days of… Continue reading

The Detroit Pistons are Finally Building the Right Way

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Prior to the 2018-19 NBA season, the Detroit Pistons decided to move on from both head coach and president Stan Van Gundy and general manager Jeff Bower, signaling that a new regime would… Continue reading