Romeo Langford has Earned Boom or Bust Label

After one tumultuous season at the University of Indiana, former top-five projected draft pick, Romeo Langford, will likely still be on the board when the Detroit Pistons are on the clock with the 15th pick in the NBA Draft on Thursday evening. Rivals ranked Langford as the sixth-best prospect heading into the college season, but…

Nickeil Alexander-Walker is the Heir to Reggie Jackson

The point guard position has been a subject of controversy for a number of years, as the franchise has failed to bring in an elite talent at the position since the days of Chauncey Billups. While current starter Reggie Jackson has been adequate and at times even above-average when his health is in order, the…

Cameron Johnson is the Perfect Fit for the Detroit Pistons

The Detroit Pistons spent the entire 2018-2019 season in obvious need of a small forward. After trading both Reggie Bullock and Stanley Johnson at the trade deadline in February, the Pistons were left with one true small forward on the team, Glenn Robinson III, who Dwane Casey scarcely used on a consistent basis. It is…

2018 POP NBA Draft Scouting Report: Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk

In the modern day NBA, the game is won and lost on the perimeter. Guys who can space the floor have become a critical part of nearly every high functioning offense in the league. University of Kansas wing Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk embodies that like few other prospects the Pistons could be looking at. The senior guard…

2018 POP NBA Draft Scouting Report: Tony Carr

The Pistons only have a second-round pick in the upcoming draft, but given their salary cap situation, it will be important for them to get a player with that pick. One option would be Tony Carr, a point guard out of Penn State. Who is Tony Carr? Carr was born and raised in Philadelphia Pennsylvania,…

2018 POP NBA Draft Scouting Report: Hamidou Diallo

With Pistons starting point guard going down for the majority of the year, one of the glaring holes in their roster was the guard spot. While many may say that the problem was the coaching of Stan Van Gundy and his mismanagement of bench guards Luke Kennard, Langston Galloway, and Dwight Buycks, you could say…

2018 POP NBA Draft Scouting Report: Devonte’ Graham

A four-year college player out of the University of Kansas, Devonte’ Graham rose as an elite shotmaker for one of the top schools in the country over his time as a Jayhawk. The 23-year old point guard led Kansas to the Final Four, where they were dethroned by the eventual National Champions, the Villanova Wildcats….

POP 2018 NBA Draft Scouting Report: Justin Jackson

It feels like the draft is a lost cause for the Pistons is 2018. They traded their 1st round pick to acquire Blake Griffin mid-season and even if they did have that pick they don’t currently have a GM to make the selection after parting ways with Stan Van Gundy. However, Detroit still holds the…

2017 POP Scouting Report: Frank Ntilikina

Frank Ntilkina has been labeled by many experts as the top foreign player in the draft.  At pick number 12, it’ll be tough for the Pistons to snag the French phenomenon but fans can only hope “Filthy Frank” is still on the board. Ntilkina stands at 6”5 and possess a freakishly long wingspan of 7”1….

2017 POP Scouting Report: Donovan Mitchell

As the Pistons prepare for the NBA Draft on June 22nd, one prospect they will have to take a long look at is Louisville’s, Donovan Mitchell. Mitchell, a sophomore, initially entered the draft without an agent but decided to stick in the draft and will now likely be a lottery pick. Despite only standing at…