Roundtable: Previewing the Second Half of the Season

Well, that was a whirlwind of a first half of the season. The Detroit Pistons have weathered roster changes, injuries, and overall ineffectivness to a 10-26 record. But things are not as they seem. There are a lot of positives to take away from the first half of the season, and Detroit has played better…

Key Takeaways From the Pistons’ Preseason Loss to the Knicks

After nine months without Pistons basketball, it almost feels like Christmas. The Pistons have finally returned to the hardwood, losing to the Knicks 90-84 at Little Caesars’ Arena in their first preseason contest. While the outcome was disappointing, it’s always key to remember that it’s the preseason and nothing more. Now is a time for…

4 Questions the Pistons must Address During the Preseason

“PISTONS FANS! GET UP ON YOUR FEET! IT’S TIME TO MEET AND GREET, THE BALLERS, THAT REPRESENT YOUR DEEETROIIITT PISTONS!” is the sound that public address announcer John Mason will have ringing throughout an empty Little Caesars Arena on December 11 as the Pistons host the New York Knicks to begin their four-game preseason of…

REPORT: Detroit Signs 2019 Second Rounder Deividas Sirvydis To A Three-Year Deal

The Detroit Pistons have signed their 2019 second-round draft pick Deividas Sirvydis to a three-year contract. Sirvydis is a 20 year-old, 6’8 wing from Lithuania who is well regarded for his three-point shooting and his ability to space the floor. Sirvydis’ contract is fully guaranteed for the first two seasons and non-guaranteed for the third….

Jerami Grant Should Not be a Primary Target for Detroit in Free Agency

Last week a report from the Denver Post cited the Detroit Pistons as one of three teams, along with the Atlanta Hawks and Phoenix Suns, that was expected to pursue Denver Nuggets free agent, Jerami Grant, in free agency this offseason. Grant had a phenomenal season with the Nuggets before he and Denver were defeated…

Detroit Pistons would Benefit Greatly from Second Chicago Bubble

While 22 teams have entered the bubble at Disneyworld in Orlando Florida, the eight teams who were not invited inside the bubble have not practiced together or played organized basketball for over four months. And that separation from competitive play and team growth will likely continue throughout the remainder of the summer and potentially into…