REPORT: Jerami Grant Out Indefinitely with Torn Ligaments in Thumb

The Detroit Pistons, mired in an extended losing streak and “boasting” the league’s worst record, were dealt another blow Saturday night – this time off the court. Shams Charania and James Edwards III of The Athletic report that Jerami Grant, the team’s leading scorer, suffered several torn ligaments in his right thumb and will be…

POP Roundtable: What to Make of Detroit’s Start to the Season

The Pistons have had a difficult schedule to start the season, had to weather the storm without their first overall pick for the first few games, and the offense has been stuck in the mud. What can we take away, if anything, from Detroit’s start? I asked some of our writers to give their thoughts…

Podcast: Who are the Detroit Pistons After the First Ten Games of the Season?

On this week’s edition of The Palace of Pistons Podcast, Mike Anguilano and Jasper Apollonia take a deep dive into the Detroit Pistons, who are now ten games through the 2021-22 season. They look at what has been going right and what has been going not so right for the 2-8 Pistons. Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/who-are-the-detroit-pistons-after-the-first-ten/id1399579304?i=1000541618620…

REPORT: Pistons a Potential Trade Suitor for Marvin Bagley III

The big man-needy Detroit Pistons are reportedly a potential trade suitor for disgruntled Kings big man Marvin Bagley III according to independent NBA writer Marc Stein. Bagley is largely out of the rotation, only logging ten minutes so far this season and refusing to check into a game against the Spurs. With Kelly Olynyk down…

BREAKING: Kelly Olynyk Out At Least Six Weeks

The Detroit Pistons announced today that big man Kelly Olynyk will be out at least six weeks with a Grade 2 MCL Sprain. Olynyk suffered the injury during the fourth quarter of the Pistons 112-104 victory over the Houston Rockets Wednesday night, a game where Olynyk had 13 points, six rebounds, and two steals in…

Motor City Cruise Offer Development, Opportunity to Youthful Franchise

Entering the first year of a rebuild, or as the Detroit Pistons would call it, a “restoration”, the fourth-youngest franchise in the league opted out of participating in the 2020-21 NBA G League season. Looking back at it, that decision was likely a mistake. Young players on the roster such as Sekou Doumbouya, Saben Lee,…