Report: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Untouchable on Trade Market, Reggie Jackson No Longer Untouchable

According to ESPN’s Marc Stein, Detroit Pistons shooting guard, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, has moved onto the Detroit Pistons’ short list of untouchables as opposing teams inquire on Detroit’s assets. Stan Van Gundy reluctant to trade Reggie Jackson has often considered him to be an untouchable asset, but Stein records that Caldwell-Pope and Andre Drummond are Detroit’s only…

New Years Resolutions to Save the Detroit Pistons

We are less than a week into the new year and I have no doubt that some of you have already broken your Neww Years’ resolutions. Maybe it was to work out every day or maybe it was to quit a bad habit. I’m sure it was most likely something that you thought would help…

Why Kentavious Caldwell-Pope is Essential to the Pistons’ Success

Over the past year or so, Pistons fans have been contemplating whether the team should invest in defensive stud and hustle player Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, or if instead, it would be a better idea to ship him out of Detroit for a player or assets that would better benefit the team’s future success. However, his already…

Position Breakdowns and Battles Throughout Training Camp

Coming into the 2016 NBA season, the Detroit Pistons finally have something they haven’t had in nearly a decade: playoff expectations. Last season, the up-and-coming Pistons fought their way into the playoffs (8th seed) only to be promptly swept by the King & Co. This year, it will be critical the Pistons finish top 5…

The Ringer Talks about the Pistons New Death Lineup

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 “Death Lineup.” Jonathan Tjarks of The Ringer wrote about the Pistons “Death Lineup.” Necessity is the mother of invention. The Pistons went…

Season Review: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope has His Best Season as a Piston

In the 2013 NBA draft, many fans were upset with the fact at the time General Manager Joe Dumars drafted Kentavious Caldwell-Pope with the 8th pick in draft while the 2012-2013 Naismith Player of The Year was still on the board in Michigan point guard Trey Burke. Drafting Caldwell-Pope has proven to be the better…

Season Review: Reggie Bullock Proves He Belongs

When the Pistons sent a 2020 second round draft pick to the Phoenix Suns last offseason for Marcus Morris, Reggie Bullock, and Danny Granger, Bullock was thought to be a cap filler in the trade. He would likely be someone Detroit would cut before the season even began. Danny Granger at the time was considered…

Report: Stanley Johnson, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Receive USA Select Team Invites

Stanley Johnson and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope have received invites to the USA Basketball Select Team, per Vincent Ellis of the Detroit Free Press. Ellis tweeted out that he was informed from a source that Johnson and Caldwell-Pope had received invites. Sources: Stanley Johnson and KCP have earned USA Basketball Select Team invites. #Pistons — Vince_Ells56 (@Vincent_Ellis56)…

Five Questions Entering the Offseason

The Detroit Pistons’ season has come to an end. After making the NBA Playoffs for the first time in six seasons, Detroit was swept by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Detroit’s rebuild has come to form over the last two seasons. After finding prospects in past NBA Drafts, such as Andre Drummond and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. Then, in…