Found January 30, 2013 on
The Majors Detroit:
I think it’s safe to say the Andre Drummond project is well ahead of schedule.
Tuesday night the Pistons rookie big man became only the second teenager with 18 points and 18 rebounds in a game since 1986-86 joining Dwight Howard who accomplished this feet with the Orlando Magic, before he was a total fool. This included a huge follow up dunk on a missed Rodney Stuckey layup in the paint.
The Pistons still went on to get blown out 117-90 as Detroit was unable to capitalize off a fast start in which they led 28-19 after the first quarter. Much of Detroit’s downfall came off the bench (aside from Drummond) as the group collectively shot just 25 percent from the field (7-for-28) while committing seven turnovers.
The Pistons now hit the road as they take on the Pacers tomorrow night.
h/t: Fox Sports Detroit
BEST OF MAXIM
Tayshaun Prince has played his entire career with the Detroit Pistons, so it’d be natural to expect him to run out of the tunnel, just like he has since entering the league in 2002. Earlier today, reports surfaced of a three-team trade that would send Prince to the Memphis Grizzlies. One eager Prince fan apparently didn’t get the memo — fortunately the TV cameras were rolling...
Wednesday evening, the Detroit Pistons finally put the final member of their 2004 championship roster out of his misery, as Tayshaun Prince was shipped to the Memphis Grizzles in a three team deal. Coming across the boarder from Toronto to Detroit? Jose Calderon. Muy bueno!
Also heading south with Prince is Austin Daye, a small forward drafted in 2009 with designs of being Prince’s...
The last remaining member of the 2004 NBA champion Detroit Pistons is apparently gone.
Reports started to surface Wednesday evening -- about an hour before the Pistons' game in Indiana -- that Tayshaun Prince is heading to the Memphis Grizzlies as part of a three-team trade. The Grizzlies would also get Pistons forward Austin Daye and send their star swingman, Rudy Gay, to the...
A Tayshaun Prince fan waiting in his jersey for the forward to run out of the Pistons’ tunnel gets confused when he doesn’t see his favorite player among the team. After receiving the information of the trade on his phone, the disappointed fan ditches the jersey before tip-off:
The last starting member of the Pistons “Goin’ to work” team has had his time card punched for the last time. Wednesday night, the Pistons agreed to a three-team trade that will send Tayshaun Prince to the Memphis Grizzlies. Austin Daye will also head to Memphis. The Pistons will receive point guard Jose Calderon from Toronto.
The marquee piece of the deal is Rudy Gay...
Over the years, we've posted some pretty impressive NBA tattoo but one Detroit Pistons fan might have beaten everyone with this tattoo.Check out his Charlie V. tat that could probably be confused with the real Charlie V...(Courtesy of Detroit Bad Boys)
The final remaining piece of the 2004 Championship team is gone.
Wednesday Joe Dumars become involved in a three team trade with Memphis and Toronto that centered around Rudy Gay of the Grizzlies. No the Pistons didn’t acquire Gay, which would have been awesome but they did receive point guard Jose Calderon in the deal who was originally sent to the Grizzlies.
Going to Memphis...
The dominoes are starting to fall in the Rudy Gay deal, and it looks like the Grizzlies got away with murder. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports is reporting that the Detroit Pistons are sending forward Tayshaun Prince to Memphis so they can acquire Jose Calderon who was apart of the Rudy Gay trade.
Not a bad lineup when you add Prince to Gasol, Randolph, Allen, and Conley...
Well there was good news and bad news depending on how you look at it for the the Pistons Wednesday night in Indianapolis.
The good news?
Joe Dumars was able to send the bloated Tayshaun Prince contract along with an under-performing Austin Daye to Memphis for Jose Calderon and his expiring contract.
The bad news… the Pistons were simply pathetic shooting from the field tonight...
With Jose Calderon coming to Detroit, there’s a question of who will lose out. The Pistons are already pretty guard heavy, so adding another quality guard makes sense. Despite Brandon Knight‘s 7/1/4 line, he has been doing extremely well and should continue to start. Kyle Singler went 5/4/0 (with 2 blocks) has been a bit iffy, but he’s a rookie, and surely Detroit isn’t in...