Report: Pistons in “Serious Talk to Acquire Blake Griffin

The Detroit Pistons are in serious talks to acquire Blake Griffin of the Los Angles Clippers according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. The Clippers and Pistons are engaged in serious talks on a deal centered on All-Star forward Blake Griffin, league sources tell ESPN. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) January 29, 2018 Griffin has averaged 22.6…

Report: Pistons Make Avery Bradley Available in Trade Market

The Detroit Pistons have made shooting guard Avery Bradley available on the trade market, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. Story posting soon on ESPN: Detroit has made starting shooting guard Avery Bradley available in trade talks. Acquired in July trade with Celtics, Bradley will be a free agent this summer. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) January…

Is It Time To Trust These Detroit Pistons?

Earlier in the season, I wrote that you could not trust these Pistons. They’re trying to change my mind. The Detroit Pistons are coming off a one-point victory against the Oklahoma City Thunder, in Oklahoma City, after Russell Westbrook missed a 3-pointer at the buzzer. The Pistons are now 12-6 on the season and 6-1…

The Detroit Pistons will Make the Playoffs

Last season, the Detroit Pistons went through the growing pains that young teams go through. Detroit’s franchise point guard, Reggie Jackson, missed the first 21 games of the season after undergoing treatment on his knee, and never played to his abilities after returning from injury. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, a player that many, including myself, defended, struggled…

Stan Van Gundy Hopeful Pistons Will be at Full Health for Preseason Finale

The Detroit Pistons are banged up and the regular season has not even started. Reggie Jackson(groin), Andre Drummond(pinkeye), Avery Bradley(ankle), and Reggie Bullock(knee) have all missed at least one preseason game due to injury. Going into their preseason finale on Friday, Stan Van Gundy is hoping that he can finally coach his team at full…

Five Burning Questions for the 2018 Detroit Pistons

Along with many others, I have high hopes for the Detroit Pistons and their upcoming season. From the revamped roster, to the brand new Little Caesars Arena opening in downtown Detroit, there’s a lot to be optimistic about. After the team’s dud of a 2017 season, these Pistons are looking to return to the success…

Van Gundy Adds Defense, Scoring, and Leadership with Offseason Moves

 The prize pickup for the Detroit Pistons during the off-season is seven year veteran guard Avery Bradley. Bradley was the focal point in Pistons’ Head Coach Stan Van Gundy’s off-season reformation, but he expects all six of the new editions to add defense, scoring and leadership. Losing KCP was quite bitter sweet as he was a reliable player…

Avery Bradley is a Perfect fit in Detroit

Going into the 2017 offseason, the Detroit Pistons faced a decision on whether to pay Kentavious Caldwell-Pope big money, probably a figure around $100 million over five years. It seemed abundantly clear that the Pistons would give Caldwell-Pope his money and he would be the shooting guard of the long-term future. That was, until, the…