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…

Jalen Rose Hopes to Eventually be a Minority Owner of the Pistons

Michigan man and former NBA player Jalen Rose says he would like to eventually be a minority owner of the Detroit Pistons. In an interview with Richard Deitsch of The Athletic, Rose expressed his desire to be in that posion and bring some things to the table that current ownership does not possess. “I would…

Doumsday is Upon Us

The Detroit Pistons are currently sitting at 13-24 and three and a half games out of the playoff picture and are quickly becoming a “seller” rather than a “buyer.” Going into the 2019-20 season, many believed that Detroit would be in contention for a top-five playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. However, due to injuries…

REPORT: Blake Griffin Considering Season-Ending Knee Surgery

Detroit Pistons star Blake Griffin is reportedly meeting with a specialist in Los Angeles to discuss season-ending knee surgery, according to Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports. Griffin has not played since December 28th against San Antonio. Griffin, who has been clearly hobbled in his return to action this season, has averaged 15.5 points per contest….

Will Tom Gores Ever Help This Team Become Winners by "Tanking"?

The Detroit Pistons are currently in a bad position. Not in a totally bad position, but also not in a very good position either. The franchise seems to be stuck in somewhat of a “basketball purgatory.” That should be a familiar term as we have written about it before. Detroit has been confined and cemented…

POP 2019-2020 Preview: Reggie Jackson Will Take A Step Back

Detroit Pistons starting point guard Reggie Jackson is poised for a healthy 2019-20, but will take a dip in his production. After being healthy for the 2018-19 season, Jackson had his second-best season in Detroit, putting up averages of 15.4 points, 4.2 assists, and 2.6 assists on 42.1 percent shooting and 36.9 percent from three-point…