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Pistons coach Lawrence Frank likes to talk about "momentum-changing" plays in postgame sessions with the media. Although a spectacular dunk can fit the bill, a blocked shot or drawing a key charge can fire up the team and get a mention from Frank.
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Last week, Pistons coach Lawrence Frank talked about the importance of maintaining focus as the All-Star break approaches. He said to look for eye-opening results as you peruse the nightly results from around the NBA. Call Frank a prophet.
AUBURN HILLS -- The Pistons were in the running for the NBA's worst team two weeks ago.
That's no longer the case -- for now.
The Pistons on Sunday beat the Boston Celtics for the second time in five days, a 96-81 victory that gives them seven wins in their last nine games.
"I've always said that things can go from bad to good in a hurry in this league,"...
Pistons coach Lawrence Frank had a warning for his team before Sunday night's game against the Celtics at the Palace: Expect them to go for the quick knockout.
It wasn't exactly the defense-first blueprint Lawrence Frank envisions for the Pistons, but when it turned into a track meet they laced up their sneakers and pulled out a fourth-quarter win, 114-108, thanks to a brilliant night for the starting backcourt of Rodney Stuckey and Brandon Knight, Keith Langlois writes for True Blue Pistons.
Coach Lawrence Frank was marveling about Ben Wallace less than 24 hours after the Pistons veteran turned back the clock to his defensive-player-of-the-year days.
After a horrendous start, the Detroit Pistons are playing their best basketball of the season.
The Sacramento Kings also looked like they were starting to turn things around, but the beginning of a tough road stretch has returned them to their losing ways.
Coming off an impressive win away from home, Detroit looks to continue its recent success Friday night when it meets a Sacramento...