POP 2021-2022 Season Review: The Forwards

The most coveted position in basketball right now is a wing, particularly one who can shoot from deep and play perimeter defense. The Pistons wing room is far from finished, but there are some compelling players who currently reside there. But there is also a big elephant in that room, and Detroit will have to…

POP 2021-2022 Season Review: The Guards

Cade Cunningham The consensus number one pick in what may very well go down as one of the best drafts in NBA history, all Cade Cunningham did as a rookie was finish the season with averages of 17.4 points, 5.5 rebounds, and 5.6 assists per game, numbers matched by only five other rookies ever. Here’s…

POP 2021-2022 Season Review: The Bigs

With the Detroit Pistons 2021-22 campaign completed, the staff here at Palace of Pistons is recapping the season for each player on the team. Today, we’ll be taking a look at the bigs on Detroit’s roster. This group lost a key piece early in the season and later made an acquisition at the trade deadline…

2019-20 Season Review: An Unfortunate Season for Blake Griffin

The 2019-20 NBA season was Blake Griffin’s worst season, statistically speaking. He averaged 15.7 ppg and 4.4 rpg – both career lows in his 11-year NBA career.   If there was one reason for an unsuccessful season for Griffin, health would be considered the main culprit for a less than stellar return from having surgery…

2019-2020 Season Review: Christian Wood Brings a New Hope

Let’s get right to it. Christian Wood was the star this season for the Detroit Pistons, and not many people are going to disagree with that. Through this underwhelming season of Pistons’ basketball, Christian Wood was a light that shined during these dark days of basketball purgatory. He has given Pistons’ fans some hope, that…

2019-20 Season Review: A Rose Grows In the Motor City

Hip-hop legend, LL Cool J, once rapped “don’t call it a comeback/I been here for years/rocking my peers, putting suckas in fear” on his iconic song, “Momma Said Knock You Out”. If you followed any bit of Derrick Rose’s first season with the Detroit Pistons, you’ll realize that these lyrics are an embodiment of the…