POP 2019-20 Season Preview: Svi Mykhailiuk Looks To Crack Wing Rotation

Second-year pro, Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk, was brought over last season in the deal that saw Reggie Bullock join the Lakers for half a season. Bullock has since moved on, signing with the New York Knicks. “Svi” as he is called by most fans, is looking to stake his claim in the Pistons rotation. The 6’8″ guard/forward…

Coaches Corner: How Svi Mykhailiuk Will Elevate the Pistons Offense

“Who?” That’s probably what most Detroit fans said when the Pistons traded Reggie Bullock to the Los Angeles Lakers for a 22-year old from Ukraine named Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk. Time has gone by and Piston fans have taken notice of the 6’8″ wing out of Kansas. He’s yet to play any meaningful minutes for Detroit, but…

The Detroit Pistons are Finally Building the Right Way

Prior to the 2018-19 NBA season, the Detroit Pistons decided to move on from both head coach and president Stan Van Gundy and general manager Jeff Bower, signaling that a new regime would be ushered in before the next campaign. In May 2018, Detroit hired Dwane Casey and Ed Stefanski to take the franchise into…

Podcast: Could the Pistons get Involved in the Chris Paul Sweepstakes?

Brendan Johnson, Aaron Johnson, and Ryan Paye discuss why the Detroit Pistons should/should not get involved in the Chris Paul sweepstakes, a potential reunion with Reggie Bullock, recap Game 1 of the NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Toronto Raptors, debate the ongoing saga between Anthony Davis and the New Orleans Pelicans,…

2018-2019 Season Review: Blake Griffin and Being an Unstoppable Force

Blake Griffin refused to be left behind by the ever-changing NBA. He refused to be left behind as a traditional power forward, a player who would stay in the paint area, seldomly handle the basketball, and shoot a 3-pointer. He refused to become a relic. He was the focal point of the Pistons’ offense. He…

Podcast: Pistons Make Trades, But No Big Move at Trade Deadline

Brendan Johnson, Aaron Johnson, and Ryan Paye discuss a jam-packed trade deadline in which the Pistons made two trades. They also discussed their decision to not bite on Mike Conley, their upcoming aggressiveness in the trade deadline, and much more. As always, your support of the podcast is greatly appreciated. Please, considering subscribing, rating, and…