POP Season Preview: Marching to the Beat of One Drum

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It’s no coincidence that the Pistons finally returned to the playoffs in the same year that Andre Drummond established himself s one of the most dominating big men in the NBA. That’s not… Continue reading

POP Season Preview: Marcus Morris Stays Underrated

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Marcus Morris was very quietly a good small forward last year. Morris was traded to the Pistons last offseason in a shocking move that caused a lot of trouble for the Phoenix Suns… Continue reading

POP Season Preview: The Rising Star Kentavious

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Over the last three years the Pistons have gone from a team in limbo to one of the most promising young teams in the NBA. A big part of that has been the… Continue reading

POP Season Preview: Reggie Jackson is Crucial to the Pistons Success

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Reggie Jackson is the leader of the Detroit Pistons. Stan Van Gundy invested in Jackson and in his first full season as a Piston, Jackson showcased why Van Gundy would do such a… Continue reading

POP Season Preview: Tobias Will Have a Huge Impact on Detroit’s Success

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Tobias Harris was on the Pistons radar last offseason. But, he was a restricted free agent, so the Magic had control of his situation. They decided to hand him a 4 year/$54 million… Continue reading

Report: Pistons Have Discussed Contract Extensions with Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Reggie Bullock

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The Detroit Pistons have reportedly been in talks with both Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Reggie Bullock regarding contract extensions for both players. The Pistons Assistant General Manager, Jeff Bower, confirmed this on Friday when… Continue reading

POP Season Preview: Baynes Back for a Strong Second Year

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In the offseason the Pistons made strengthening their bench a top priority. They even brought in another center to strengthen what was probably their deepest position last year. Now Detroit could be rolling… Continue reading

POP Season Preview: Jon Leuer Got Paid for a Reason

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The Pistons went into the offseason on a mission. They needed to upgrade their bench unit, specifically at backup point guard and power forward. After drafting Henry Ellenson and Michael Gbinije, Detroit attacked… Continue reading

POP Season Preview: How Good Can Stanley Johnson Be in Year Two?

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Stan Van Gundy and the Detroit Pistons have no reason to regret selecting Stanley Johnson with the 8th pick in the 2015 NBA Draft. Detroit took Johnson ahead of players such as Devin… Continue reading

POP Season Preview: How the Pistons Smallest Addition Could Have the Biggest Impact

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It’s no secret that the Pistons bench struggled last year, particularly back up point guard, Steve Blake. It’s hard to blame Blake, he is just at the end of his career and didn’t… Continue reading