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Detroit Free Press:
The Pistons are still looking for their first victory of the Tom Gores -- and Lawrence Frank -- eras, against the Cleveland Cavaliers, the same team that beat them, 91-87, on Friday night. Tonight's game is at Cleveland and is the finale of their two-game exhibition season. (They start playing for real on Monday at Indiana.) 7 p.m., Fox Sports Detroit.
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For the record, Gold won 67-57.
The Cavalier organization went all out for their yearly Wine & Gold scrimmage, all of the Dan Gilbert’s bells and whistles were on display. The music was blaring, the cheerleaders and dance teams were up and about, Moondog and Sir C.C. had a skit and the scoreboard shot out some flames. Also, Zydrunas Ilguaskas was in town watching from a suite...
Rookie free agent Mychel Thompson is making a name for himself in the Cavaliers training camp.
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Let me first begin by telling you how much of a fan I was of you when I was growing up. You were, by far, my favorite Piston on the Bad Boys squad that dominated the NBA at the end of the 80s. Your quiet, yet cerebral, demeanor on what was the most passionate, toughest, and loudest championship team in NBA history was always appreciated...
Be sure to tune into 92.3 FM The Fan's NBA Preseason Roundtable Show hosted by Joe Lull on Wednesday night from 7 to 10pm. I will be joining the esteemed panel of NBA talkers for the second half of the show at around 8pm, and am looking forward to the discussion. The show will be jammed packed with NBA info and commentary starting at 7pm, and will bring you up to speed with...
It didn't take a long for Baron Davis to find a team after the Cleveland Cavaliers decided to use their amnesty clause on him. According to ESPN, the New York Knicks will sign the 32-year old Davis for the season despite reports he is suffering from an injured back and could be back on the court in 8-10 weeks.
Davis cleared waivers Friday after he was released through the amnesty...
New York Knickerbockers Senior Vice President, Basketball Operations and Interim General Manager Glen Grunwald announced today that the team has signed free agent guard Baron Davis. It is assumed to be a one-year deal for $2.5 million
Davis, 6-3, 212-pounds, holds career averages of 16.5 points, 7.3 assists, 1.86 steals and 34.7 minutes in 806 games [...]
Glen Grunwald announced today that the Knicks have signed Baron Davis.
Jonas Jerebko smiled about the six fouls he picked up in just 17 minutes in his preseason debut. But he senses that his feel for the game is starting to rapidly return now after more than a year spent coming back from injury, Keith Langlois writes for True Blue Pistons.
The Pistons, like many teams, are a work in progress.
They have a new coach in Lawrence Frank, former New Jersey Nets coach and a former assistant to Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers.
Some of the old stalwarts are back. After plenty of time to think during the lockout, Ben Wallace decided to give it another year. Tayshaun Prince re-signed for four years. Jason Maxiell remains with...
From Rodney Stuckey's re-signing over the weekend to the possible starting lineups to the further pursuit of another big man, Mailbag readers were busy over the weekend. On with Mailbag ...
Baron Davis has committed to sign with the Knicks, according to sources close to the situation.
Kyrie Irving made a strong impression on Cleveland fans during the Cavaliers' free scrimmage at Quicken Loans Arena on Sunday.
Point guard Baron Davis officially signed his free agent contract with the New York Knicks on Monday, but it's unclear when he will get on the court.
Ramon Sessions will make his second consecutive start for the Cavaliers in their only preseason game at The Q on Tuesday night as coach Byron Scott continues to bring rookie Kyrie Irving along slowly.
A person with knowledge of the plans says point guard Baron Davis will sign with the New York Knicks. ESPN.com first reported Davis' intentions. Davis is expected to sign Monday, the person told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Sunday because there won't be an announcement until the signing is official.