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…

REPORT: Pistons Interested in Nuggets’ Free Agent Jerami Grant

With big contracts in Andre Drummond, Reggie Jackson, and Langston Galloway off the books – along with a few expiring veterans – the Detroit Pistons will have quite a bit of cap space at their disposal this offseason. While the priorities of the offseason will likely include bringing back standout Christian Wood and acquiring assets…

Report: Pistons Among Teams Interested in Kosta Koufos

According to Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports, the Detroit Pistons are one of the numerous teams interested in center Kosta Koufos. Free agent big man Kosta Koufos has received preliminary interest from Detroit, Sacramento, Toronto and Milwaukee, league sources tell Yahoo Sports. The veteran, noted for his defense and rim protection, could be a later…

Derrick Rose is a Successful Coup for the Detroit Pistons

Let it be known that the Detroit Pistons have become the new hub for reviving injury-riddled NBA superstars. Well, at least this is the narrative Pistons’ fans are hoping for at the conclusion of next season. Joining Blake Griffin in pushing for this narrative to become a reality is Derrick Rose. The youngest-ever league MVP…

Five Targets in NBA Free Agency for the Detroit Pistons

The Detroit Pistons will be unable to go after the top names in free agency this offseason, such as Kawhi Leonard, Kyrie Irving, and Jimmy Butler. They’re limited in cap space, however, they have holes to fill on the roster. They used the NBA Draft to shore up the wing spot by drafting Sekou Doumbouya…

REPORT: Pistons Eyeing Seth Curry in Free Agency

The Detroit Pistons are going to have to be tactical with their pocket book this offseason to upgrade a playoff roster. Amongst the priorities, given their season-long deficiencies, are point guard, capable wings, and perimeter shooting (if you do not want to hear me, check out the Palace of Pistons Podcast). Detroit could solve one…