Category Archive: Season Review

2018-2019 Season Review: The Pistons Gambled Depth at Their Most Important Position with Jose Calderon

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Last offseason Detroit added the most consistent point guard of the then-defending Eastern Conference Champion Cleveland Cavaliers. It was Jose Calderon. Woof. That speaks both to the very low-risk and just slightly higher… Continue reading

2018-2019 Season Review: Jon Leuer was Healthier, But Still Not Effective

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Jon Leuer’s tenure so far with the Detroit Pistons can be summed up as ineffective and injury-ridden. That is a harsh, but fair, assessment of a player that the Pistons thought would be… Continue reading

2018-2019 Season Review: Zaza Pachulia Does Not Belong Anymore

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He was far from perfect and often frustrating, but Detroit really didn’t know what they had in Aron Baynes prior to his departure to the Boston Celtics in 2017. Following Baynes’ tenure in… Continue reading

2018-19 Season Review: Ish Smith, Detroit’s Jitterbug Off The Bench

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The 2018-19 campaign was one full of ups and downs for the Detroit Pistons’ backup point guard Ish Smith. However, one thing is for certain: the man likes to push the ball on… Continue reading

2018-2019 Season Review: Pistons Need Glenn Robinson III at His Best Next Season

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The Detroit Pistons had high hopes in Glenn Robinson III when they signed him to a two-year contract in July of 2019. For a team that at the time boasted Luke Kennard, Reggie… Continue reading

2018-2019 Season Review: There is Something Brewing with Khyri Thomas

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The Detroit Pistons and Dwane Casey allocated a heavy dose of minutes to rookie wing Bruce Brown throughout the 2018-2019 season for his defensive-orientated style of play. Viewers were able to see what… Continue reading

2018-2019 Season Review: Thon Maker Remains Frustrating, But Full of Potential

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Ever since Thon Maker was selected tenth overall in the 2016 NBA Draft, the prospect of him being the ultimate stretch big man has been tantalizing. Milwaukee selected Maker ten spots ahead of… Continue reading

2018-19 Season Review: Langston Galloway is a Roller Coaster

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The 2018-19 campaign was one filled with ups and downs for Detroit Pistons guard Langston Galloway. The 6’2”, fifth-year guard out of St. Joseph’s played in 80 games for the Pistons last season,… Continue reading

2018-2019 Season Review: Andre Drummond Continues to Prove People Wrong, Even If They Fail to See It

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In an era where the big bruising center has been replaced with the lithe seven-foot shooter, Andre Drummond continues to be a remnant of a time long past that really was not that… Continue reading

2018-2019 Season Review: Wayne Ellington Proves to be a Key Mid-Season Acquisition

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Following the deadline deal that sent Reggie Bullock to the Los Angeles Lakers on February 6, the Pistons were barren of any consistent shooting from the outside. Without cap space or any reasonable… Continue reading