2017 POP Scouting Report: Justin Patton

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The NBA Draft Lottery occurred last night when the Pistons landed the 12th pick in the 2017 draft. This means, according to Pistons’ General Manager, Jeff Bower, Detroit has a “wide range of options” regarding which… Continue reading

2017 POP Scouting Report: Luke Kennard

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As the Detroit Pistons get closer and closer to this year’s NBA Draft, let us look at a potential draft pick for the Pistons Luke Kennard.  Luke Kennard could be a valuable pick for… Continue reading

Report: Pistons Trademark New Logo

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According to Conrad Burry of SportsLogos.net, the Detroit Pistons have trademarked their new logo and could be announcing it soon. Here is what it could potentially look like in the Pistons’ red, white,… Continue reading

NBA Combine Day Two Recap: Quieter Day for Pistons

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After a very busy first day at the NBA Combine for the Detroit Pistons, things slowed down for Stan Van Gundy and Jeff Bower at the final day of the combine. The two-day… Continue reading

NBA Combine Day One Recap: Pistons Active with First and Second Round Prospects

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The 2017 NBA Combine began yesterday in Chicago, where 67 NBA prospects worked out in front of professional scouts, coaches, and general managers. Players participated in measurement testing, strength and agility drills, spot-up… 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

Ray McCallum and Chris Horton to Attend D-League Elite Mini Camp

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The Grand Rapids Drive, the NBA D-League affiliate of the Detroit Pistons, will have two players representing them at the D-League Elite Mini Camp on May 8th and 9th. PalaceOfPistons.com has learned that… 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: Tobias Harris

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During the 2016-17 season, Pistons’ forward Tobias Harris led the team in scoring with 16.1 points per game and he was the only Piston to play in all 82 games. Most impressively, Harris… 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