Four Goals for the Detroit Pistons in 2021

The past year for the Detroit Pistons can be summarized in one word – change. Whether you look at the new front office or the vast number of new faces on the roster, it’s apparent that this franchise has completely reshaped itself from the Andre Drummond-era. Gone are the days of hoping that the team…

Report: Frank Jackson signs a 2- way contract with the Detroit Pistons

The Detroit Pistons have signed young guard, Frank Jackson to a 2-way contract, according too Eric Woodyard, reporter for ESPN: The former Duke alum has spent the last two seasons with New Orleans including a very brief period with the Thunder before being waived. Jackson through his short 2 year career averages 7.8 points, 1.1…

Report: Pistons Pick Up 2021-2022 Team Option on Sekou Doumbouya

Omari Sankofa of the Detroit Free Press is reporting that the Pistons have picked up the team option for next year’s season on nineteen year old Sekou Doumbouya. This shouldn’t come as a very big surprise to many, as the 15th overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft has flashed major potential in his rookie…

REPORT: Pistons Waive Dzanan Musa, Cut Roster to 15

The Detroit Pistons have waived forward Dzanan Musa, according to Rod Beard of the Detroit News. The #Pistons are waiving Dzanan Musa to get their roster down to 15 ahead of the regular season. — Rod Beard (@detnewsRodBeard) December 20, 2020 Musa was acquired by the Detroit Pistons in the offseason in the trade that…

Key Takeaways From the Pistons’ Preseason Loss to the Knicks

After nine months without Pistons basketball, it almost feels like Christmas. The Pistons have finally returned to the hardwood, losing to the Knicks 90-84 at Little Caesars’ Arena in their first preseason contest. While the outcome was disappointing, it’s always key to remember that it’s the preseason and nothing more. Now is a time for…

4 Questions the Pistons must Address During the Preseason

“PISTONS FANS! GET UP ON YOUR FEET! IT’S TIME TO MEET AND GREET, THE BALLERS, THAT REPRESENT YOUR DEEETROIIITT PISTONS!” is the sound that public address announcer John Mason will have ringing throughout an empty Little Caesars Arena on December 11 as the Pistons host the New York Knicks to begin their four-game preseason of…