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The Detroit Pistons tabulated a paltry 25-41 record and showcased a team that isn’t entertaining to watch; the record is expected with a team that is rebuilding. This is much of the reason why the casual fan has no clue who Greg Monroe is, the Detroit Pistons are just….MEH. With that being said, what can [...]The post 2012-2013 Detroit Pistons Season Preview appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
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Kyle Singler is finally ready for his rookie season in the NBA with the Detroit Pistons. He is ready to experience life in the league after spending a year in Spain playing for CB Lucentum Alicante and Real Madrid last season. He is ready to show that he grew his game playing in Europe. But there is one more thing Singler is prepared for and is an atmosphere he thrives in: the...
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Somehow the Pistons went .500 down the stretch last year, winning 21 of their last 42. Consider this the first jaw-dropping reality of these previews from yours truly. I watched all of three Detroit games last year and could easily glean their ineptitude. The stats certainly support it...
In the 90's, the Detroit Pistons reigned supreme in the NBA. Led by Isiah Thomas, Joe Dumars, Dennis Rodman, John Salley, Bill Laimbeer and NBA coaching legend Chuck Daly, they were known as the "Bad Boys" where tough, hard-nosed, and often border-line dirty style of play was the norm whenever they stepped on the court.
The team would go on and win back-to-back...
Believe it or not, the NBA's regular season is three weeks away. To get you ready, Crossover Chronicles will be profiling a team each day for the next few weeks. This week is the Central Division. Today is the Detroit Pistons.
2011-12 Record: 25-41
Key Losses: Ben Gordon (traded to Charlotte), Damien Wilkins (signed with Philadelphia), Ben Wallace (retired)
If the Pistons want any early indication on how they stack up against premier NBA teams, they got it tonight and it wasn’t pretty.
After trailing by 27 points at the half the Pistons went on to lose big to the defending NBA Champion Miami Heat 105-78 from the American Airlines Arena in South Beach.
Greg Monroe and second year guard Brandon Knight were the only Pistons who scored...
The Pistons bounced back after a lopsided preseason loss to the Heat with an 85-80 win over the Charlotte Bobcats Saturday night from The Palace.
Second year guard Brandon Knight had 15 points while Greg Monroe added 15 points and seven rebounds in the winning effort.
Kemba Walker scored 15 and Tyrus Thomas had 14 points and 16 rebounds for the Bobcats.
Saturday night’s matchup...