2019-2020 Season Review: Svi Mykhailiuk Continues To Show Improvement

After not getting much playing time as a rookie in the 2018-19 NBA season, Detroit Pistons wing Svi Mykhailiuk found himself as an every day rotational player during the 2019-20 season. In 42 total games as a rookie, Mykhailiuk averaged only 3.2 points on inefficient 32.9/32.6/60 shooting splits in 10.5 minutes a game between the…

It’s A Make Or Miss League: 3 Observations From Pistons Late Loss To Portland

The Detroit Pistons’ comeback efforts did not last tonight as they would falter and eventually lose to the Portland Trailblazers 107-104. However, within all losses comes some bright spots. Here are three bright observations from tonight’s contest. 1. Brandon Knight’s best game as a Piston (Round 2) Brandon Knight looked like Brandon Knight of old…

Roundtable: Reminiscing About Andre Drummond and Examining the Trade

In case you have been hibernating for the winter, the Detroit Pistons traded Andre Drummond about three hours southeast to Cleveland. The return for the All-Star caliber center was perhaps less than stellar, and the move certainly looks like a loss (for now) for Detroit. But things are not always as they seem. Now that…

POP On The Clock: The Detroit Pistons Did What?!

Yeah, that really just happened. Shockwaves were sent through Motown on Thursday, as Detroit traded franchise player and two-time All-Star Andre Drummond to the division rival Cleveland Cavaliers for Brandon Knight, John Henson and a 2023 2nd round pick. The move marks a new era for the Pistons, as Drummond was with Detroit for nearly…

POP On the Clock: A New Weekly Recap of All Things Pistons

To be completely honest with you, there wasn’t a worse time to start this new weekly piece. We are all horrified and saddened by the passing of Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna, on January 26th, 2020. Kobe’s legendary career has impacted us all in some way, and his passing was a shock to us…

REPORT: Luke Kennard Could Be Sidelined Until All-Star Break

According to James Edwards III of The Athletic, the Detroit Pistons may be without their starting shooting guard Luke Kennard until after the February 16 All-Star game. Dwane Casey hinted that it might not be until All-Star Break that Luke Kennard returns. — James Edwards III (@JLEdwardsIII) January 13, 2020 Kennard’s name has recently surfaced…