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Following years of getting pushed around and playing soft interior defense, the Detroit Pistons finally got tired of being the little guys. By adding two defensive-minded centers, the Pistons suddenly look much more imposing in the lane. They were thrilled that Connecticut freshman Andre Drummond slid down to the No. 9 pick in the June draft. Then, they pulled a surprise early...
Kyle Singler has signed a multiyear contract with the Detroit Pistons after spending last season playing in Spain.
The Pistons drafted the 6-foot-8 Singler in the second round of last year's draft, but the lockout shortened the NBA season and the former Duke standout went overseas. He played in Spain for both Lucentum Alicante and Real Madrid, averaging 14.4 points for Lucentum...
Like other young Detroit-area professional athletes, the Detroit Pistons‘ top pick of the 2012 NBA Draft, Andre Drummond, has immense potential. But the 18-yeard old former one-year UConn star faced his share of criticism prior to the draft. Critics said he lacked a motor, desire, and could be tabbed as “lazy.” That sounds a bit [...]
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) -- The Detroit Pistons have signed first-round draft pick Andre Drummond to a multiyear deal. The team announced the deal Tuesday night but did not disclose terms.
Drummond, a 6-foot-10, 270-pounder from Connecticut, averaged 10 points and 7.6 rebounds last season as an 18-year-old freshman. Drummond still has some maturing to do at the offensive end...
Detroit Pistons center Greg Monroe didn't expect to make the 2012 Olympic basketball team. At the very least he expected USA Basketball to pick him for the select team. You know, the team that practices against the national team. After taking a look at the roster and who's on the team, it left Monroe a little steamed that he wasn't selected by USA Basketball and will...
The USA Basketball team has selected its squad for the Summer Games in London and one NBAer is very upset at the selection process.
And he sort of has a point.
Detroit Pistons forward/center Greg Monroe feels slighted that he wasn't even selected for the USA Select Team.
Monroe is a solid player, but I see why he didn't make the Olympic squad but the Select Team is another...
The home of the Detroit Pistons is getting an overhaul.
Palace Sports and Entertainment said Wednesday that it plans to spend $13 million to $15 million to make improvements at the Palace of Auburn Hills, including renovations to its main concourse and 40 suites. Another 16 suites will be removed to make way for an open-air lounge.
Most of the work should be done before the season...
The Detroit Pistons star Greg Monroe is upset right about now. With a situations like Pro Bowls, All-Star teams and anything else that involves a selection process that aims to choose the greatest of the great, somebody is going to feel jerked. In the case of the Team USA’s Basketball program, Monroe is upset that [...]
The Pistons defeated Utah by a final score of 76-73 in Summer League action.