POP Season Preview: Reggie Bullock Looking to Stay Consistent

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Reggie Bullock, acquired last season from the Phoenix Suns, along with Marcus Morris in a salary dump trade, looks like he could be yet another diamond in the rough that Stan Van Gundy… Continue reading

POP Season Preview: What Big Bad Boban Brings to the Bench

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The Pistons had a pretty quiet off season focusing on bringing in quality depth and role players. The biggest signing in the off season, literally, was Boban Marjanovic. Boban played his first NBA… Continue reading

POP Podcast: Southwest Division

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As the NBA season approaches we have and will continue to be doing division previews for all six divisions. MIke Anguilano, Noah Lofman, and myself, Aaron Johnson talked about the Southwest Division.  … Continue reading

POP Season Preview: Hilliard Looking at a Reduced RoleĀ 

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On June 25th, 2015, the Pistons were two months removed from yet another mediocre season. Finishing at 32-50, 12th in the conference, their sub-par record earned them yet another mid-lottery pick, at #8.… Continue reading

POP Season Preview: A Year of Growth Ahead for Henry Ellenson

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Entering the 2016 offseason Detroit had many gaping holes they needed to address before going into next season. With point guard Steve Blake and Anthony Tolliver becoming unrestricted free agents, Detroit needed to… Continue reading

POP Season Preview: Michael Gbinije Will Struggle to Find Minutes in His Rookie Season

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The Detroit Pistons entered the 2016 NBA Draft with two glaring needs. They needed a power forward who could backup Tobias Harris. They needed a power forward that was a bigger build forward… Continue reading

Report: Pistons Sign Forward Nikola Jankovic

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The Detroit Pistons have signed power forward Nikola Jankovic to a training camp deal, according to JD Shaw of DefPenHoops.  Jankovic is a 6’11 stretch four type player. He played with the Detroit… Continue reading

Remembering the Joe Dumars Era

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The Stan Van Gundy Era of Detroit Basketball is in full swing. The Pistons have gotten noticeably better in almost every area, and The Palace is filled with promising and upcoming young talent… Continue reading

The Ringer Talks about the Pistons New Death Lineup

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The Death Lineup. If you don’t have one you aren’t good. Actually, not really, but it is good to be able to have five good players that form what NBA Twitter calls the… Continue reading

The All Attitude Team

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There are plenty of awards to give out in the NBA. All defensive team, most improved player, MVP, all rookie team, and so on and so forth. However, there is one thing that… Continue reading