Found November 03, 2011 on Inside Hoops:
Detroit Pistons forward DaJuan Summers is the latest NBA player coming home early from an overseas job. He left his Italian team after only four games. Any other American NBA player considering making a similar job to Europe or Asia during the ongoing lockout might want to talk to Summers first. “I would tell them to be [...]

DaJuan Summers Didn’t Enjoy Playing in Europe During the NBA Lockout

Summers left his Italian team after just four games, despite having signed a two-year deal, and like many who’ve gone overseas after playing in the NBA, the experience was a shocking one. From Yahoo! Sports: “San Antonio Spurs forward DeJuan Blair played just four games in Russia before mutually parting ways with the team. Orlando Magic forward Earl Clark signed a contract to...

Is Rodney Stuckey Saying Goodbye to Detroit And Hello To China?

With no end in sight to the NBA lockout, many players have decided to play overseas.  Detroit Piston Rodney Stuckey may be one of those players. China’s CBA team, the Guangdong Southern Tigers have been reportedly trying to sign free agent Stuckey, but no deal has been made…yet. The problem is that the CBA has a strict rule, making any NBA player who signs with them commit to...

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Prosecutors on Tuesday dropped a felony gun charge against Detroit Pistons center Ben Wallace, who pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of drunken driving and possessing a firearm while under the influence of alcohol.

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Lake Orion students have become familiar with several local celebrities the past two weeks. Members of the Pistons -- including power forward Charlie Villanueva -- started playing pickup games at the high school located a few miles up the road from the Palace, where the team was scheduled to start a new NBA season tonight against the Indiana Pacers.

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