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…

REPORT: Clippers Interested In Andre Drummond

According to Brian Windhorst of ESPN, the Los Angeles Clippers are in the market for a true starting center. A few names that have been thrown out in reports are Ivica Zubac, JaMychal Green and Moe Harkless, as well as the Clippers’ first-round pick this year, which would fall in the late 20s. A potential…

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…

REPORT: Sixers Expressing Interest in Langston Galloway, Luke Kennard

With the Detroit Pistons looking in a completely different direction compared to the start of the season, it may be time to unload veterans that could be useful to contending teams. Langston Galloway and, out of seemingly nowhere, Luke Kennard have been on the radar of the Philadelphia 76ers, according to Keith Pompey of the…

Injury Update: Luke Kennard to Miss At Least the Next Two Weeks

The Detroit Pistons announced this morning that guard Luke Kennard will miss the next two weeks with bilateral knee tendinitis. He will be reevaluated for a return to action on November 7th. Kennard, 23, has averaged 15.8 points, 4.1 assists, and 3.5 rebounds per game this year while shooting 44.2% from the field and 39.9%…

5 Trades that Could Shake Up the Detroit Pistons

With the Detroit Pistons currently sitting at 11-17 a third of the way through the 2019-20 NBA season, everyone is wondering what direction this team needs to go in: should they rebuild or re-tool?