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Rasheed Wallace has been an assistant coach for the Detroit Pistons for all of four summer league games and we've already had a "Ball don't lie!" and a screencap of him strongly disagreeing with a ref's horrible call.
I don't think it was ever possible to say this before about an assistant coach, but ... he's going to be a lot of fun to watch. He might be the most watched assistant coach in NBA history.
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Thanks to A. Issac over Guyism, we have the below two classic GIFs of newly-hired Detroit Pistons assistant coach Rasheed Wallace react to calls during the Detroit Pistons/Miami Heat Summer League game today.
Clearly, Rasheed on the bench is going to be a great thing to watch this year!
Shortly after retiring as a player, the Detroit Pistons hired Rasheed Wallace as an assistant coach. Why? 'Cause ball don't lie, that's why. And here's your memes.
Congrats Pistons fans, your 2004 finals MVP is back.
Chauncey Billups agreed to a two year deal worth five million dollars with the Detroit Pistons. Chauncey Billups 36, the point guard and leader for the Detroit Pistons was traded to Denver for Allen Iverson in November of 2008. He first signed with the team in 2002 and is now back on a two year contract, could he be back for good...
Detroit Pistons: Josh Smith Signing Grade
By Brandon Hartman: Hoopstuff Senior Writer
Smith’s contract: Four years, 54 million
- I think Josh Smith forgot the plan. The one where he and Dwight Howard, probably the two best frontcourt free agents on the market, were supposed to team up and both sign for the Houston Rockets. The plan that could have really made Houston a serious...
At this point it’s tough to tell what the future holds for former Louisville point guard Peyton Siva. He was drafted towards the very end of the second round by the Detroit Pistons and is currently competing for the Pistons in the NBA Summer League in hopes of earning a full time roster spot.
Just a week ago, Siva appeared to be in a great situation with Detroit, considering they...
The Detroit Pistons finished the 2013 Orlando Pro Summer League at 2-3. We got to see the continued development of Andre Drummond and top pick Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. Three guys who stood out to me:
1.) Andre Drummond
Drummond was a man amongst boys in Summer League. It was almost unfair. In the Summer League opener he had 12 points, 16 rebounds, five steals, and tied an Orlando...
I guess you can go home again. Chauncey Billups has returned to the Detroit Pistons, signing a 2 year deal worth up to $5 million. He will be coached of course by his old running mate Rasheed Wallace, who just recently joined the staff as an assistant. The championship aspirations are clearly a thing of the past, but Joe Dumars’s club is definitely looking up. No word yet on Rip...
The Detroit Pistons have released Kim English, a second-year guard out of Missouri.
English averaged 2.9 points during his only season with the Pistons.
English was taken by the Pistons with the 44th pick of the 2012 draft.
DETROIT — Chauncey Billups wanted to stay with the Detroit Pistons for the rest of his career.
Now, the team that traded him away wants him back.
Pistons president of basketball operations Joe Dumars confirmed Thursday morning that Billups and the team have agreed to terms on a contract.
Billups is getting a two-year deal, the first season is guaranteed, for $2.5 million each year...
The Detroit Pistons will not use their amnesty provision this offseason.
Charlie Villanueva is a player who could be amnestied in the future.
The likely reason the Pistons will not apply the clause is the new team salary minimums.
The Detroit Pistons defeated the Miami Heat by a final score of 78-77 in Summer League play on Thursday.
Andre Drummond had 23 points and 18 rebounds, along with two steals and two blocks. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope had 15 points on 3-for-7 shooting from the floor and 8-for-10 from the line.
Ian Clark led the Heat with 15 points.
The Miami Heat defeated the Detroit Pistons by a final score of 90-85 in Summer League play on Friday.
Ian Clark had 18 points, seven assists and six steals. D.J. Kennedy scored 18 points, while Eric Griffin had 12 points and eight rebounds.
Andre Drummond had 15 points on 6-for-7 shooting and 14 rebounds. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope had 20 points on 7-for-14 shooting, five rebounds...
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