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Sports Media Journal:
Off to the Motor City to check out the local media covering the DETROIT PISTONS Newspaper- Detroit is primarily a two paper town, sharing one owner with two editorial staffs. The Detroit Free Press has a fairly well laid out online sports section which includes content dedicated to the Pistons. Vince Ellis (Twitter) is the lead
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After the Pistons lost to Houston on Saturday, dropping to 0-7 and tying the worst season start in franchise history, Tayshaun Prince was asked what seemed wrong with the Piston team that had battled so hard against the Oklahoma City Thunder the night before. Prince was blunt in his assessment of the team, and Vincent [...]
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It was a week to forget for the Detroit Pistons.
After dropping the first two games of their six-game road trip last week, the Pistons couldn't get off the schneid in the other four games this week.
Against winless Denver, the Pistons had a better field-goal, 3-point and free-throw percentages. But the Nuggets outrebounded them, 52-35, which included 21 offensive rebounds to...
I wonder how Pistons Brandon Knight feels today after Russell Westbrook used his lap as an assist to score a lay up? It’s so COLD in the D… Pistons are still winless. Thunder take this one 92-90. Russell’s stat line for the night, 33 points, 10 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals. In the meantime, [...]
The Detroit Pistons nearly broke through against one of the league's best teams before coming up short again their last time out.
While frustrations are starting to take their toll, Detroit is doing its best to stay positive.
The visiting Pistons look to snap their worst start in franchise history Wednesday night against the Philadelphia 76ers.
Detroit (0-8) saw its woes continue...
The Thunder outscored Detroit 30-17 over the final 12 minutes to erase an 11-point Pistons lead and secure a 92-90 win.
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Sometimes in the National Basketball Association, it's better to be lucky than good.In the fourth quarter of last night's Thunder/Pistons affair, Thunder guard Russell Westbrook lost possession of the ball and alertly bounced it off Pistons guard Brandon Knight.Watch as Russell gets it back and gets an easy lay-up for his effort: