Category Archive: Season Review

2018-19 Season Review: Is Reggie Jackson Back?

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After playing only a combined 97 games between 2016-18, Detroit Pistons 6’3” point guard Reggie played and started in all 82 games of the regular season, as well as all four playoff games,… Continue reading

2018-2019 Season Review: Bruce Brown, Detroit’s Most Unexpected Contributor

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The Detroit Pistons were without a first-round draft pick in 2018, forfeiting what would’ve been a mid-teens selection to the Los Angeles Clippers as one of the main assets in the Blake Griffin… Continue reading

2018-19 Season Review: Luke Kennard is No Bust

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In the modern day NBA, the ability to shoot the ball from beyond the arc is an absolute commodity. This is huge for Detroit Pistons’ second-year shooting guard Luke Kennard. Kennard is coming… Continue reading

2018-2019 Season Review: Blake Griffin and Being an Unstoppable Force

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Blake Griffin refused to be left behind by the ever-changing NBA. He refused to be left behind as a traditional power forward, a player who would stay in the paint area, seldomly handle… Continue reading

2017 POP Season Review: Reggie Jackson

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After leading his team to a stellar regular season and playoff performance in the Spring of 2016, Reggie Jackson was looked at by many in the league as a very nice starting point… Continue reading

2017 POP Season Review: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

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Coming into the season, everyone knew that they 2016-2017 year would be a big one for Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. The Pistons were looking to take the next step after returning to the playoffs and… Continue reading

2017 POP Season Review: Ish Smith

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Ish Smith may have been the most cap-friendly signing from the 2016 Free Agency period. Signing a three-year deal with the Pistons early in July, Smith filled in admirably for the injured Reggie… Continue reading

2017 POP Season Review: Reggie Bullock

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Entering the 2017 Free Agency period, the Pistons will have to make a final decision on Reggie Bullock. Bullock will be a restricted free agent and could get offered a pricey contract. Detroit… Continue reading

2017 POP Season Review: Michael Gbinije

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The Pistons drafted Michael Gbinije with the 49th pick in the NBA Draft last year. Gbinije played one season at Duke, before transferring to Syracuse for the final three seasons of his college… Continue reading

2017 POP Season Review: Andre Drummond

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Andre Drummond was viewed as a franchise centerpiece and one of the top centers in the NBA for the last couple seasons, as he earned his first all-star berth and led the upstart… Continue reading