REPORT: Jahlil Okafor Out 6-8 Weeks After Knee Surgery

Detroit Pistons center Jahlil Okafor will miss the next six-to-eight weeks after undergoing a successful surgery to clean the lateral meniscus in his left knee, according to Omari Sankofa II. Okafor has been inactive since January 30 and has missed the last four games in that timespan. He started the season as the primary backup…

REPORT: Killian Hayes Could Only Miss 4-6 Weeks Without Surgery

It was announced earlier today that Pistons rookie point guard Killian Hayes could miss the rest of the season after suffering a labral tear in his hip against the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday. However, if Hayes opts to not undergo surgery, he could only miss 4-6 weeks, according to Vincent Goodwill of Yahoo Sports. While…

Blake Griffin, ‘Feels Great,’ and Cleared for Return

During an appearance on The Encore with Sage Steele, Blake Griffin announced his knee has fully recovered, and he has been cleared for play. The Pistons All-Star also stated, he is prepared to return to on-court action for the Pistons if the NBA season resumes. The six-time All-Star had only been able to play 18…

Luke Kennard “a ways away” From Return, Khyri Thomas Heading To G-League

Head coach Dwane Casey has stated that Pistons third-year guard, Luke Kennard is not ready for an in-game return yet, Rod Beard of the Detroit News reports. Kennard’s last outing for the Pistons was December 21st, against the Chicago Bulls. Bilateral knee tendinitis has kept the promising guard out of action. Kennard had been averaging…

Jayson Tatum Out Tonight Versus Pistons

The Boston Celtics(27-11) host the Detroit Pistons(14-27) tonight. They’ll host a Detroit team that has won just three of their last ten games, and has lost three in a row. But they’ll do so without perhaps their best player. Forward Jayson Tatum will miss tonight’s game due to knee tendonitis. He had appeared in all…

REPORT: Luke Kennard Could Be Sidelined Until All-Star Break

According to James Edwards III of The Athletic, the Detroit Pistons may be without their starting shooting guard Luke Kennard until after the February 16 All-Star game. Dwane Casey hinted that it might not be until All-Star Break that Luke Kennard returns. — James Edwards III (@JLEdwardsIII) January 13, 2020 Kennard’s name has recently surfaced…

Injury Update: Luke Kennard to Miss At Least the Next Two Weeks

The Detroit Pistons announced this morning that guard Luke Kennard will miss the next two weeks with bilateral knee tendinitis. He will be reevaluated for a return to action on November 7th. Kennard, 23, has averaged 15.8 points, 4.1 assists, and 3.5 rebounds per game this year while shooting 44.2% from the field and 39.9%…