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The Detroit Pistons came home following a terrible 0-4 western road trip. The Brooklyn Nets were waiting for them. Short handed missing Brandon Knight and Andre Drummond, Jose Calderon only played the first eight minutes due to flu like symptoms. Brooklyn point guard Deron Williams cooked every defender the Pistons threw at him. He crossed [...]
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While Detroit Pistons rookie continues to rehab his injured back, he took sometime out of his day to show that Kyle Singler isn’t the only player on the team that has a knack for hitting trick shots. Here is Drummonnd at a Portland-area shoe warehouse, showing off his unqiue ability to not only shoot over a tall shelf of shoes, but from way downtown. Now if only he could incorporate...
Detroit Pistons coach Lawrence Frank returned to the team Monday after missing six games due to a family illness.
Frank's wife fell seriously ill, and he returned to New Jersey, missing two home games and a four-game road trip.
Team president Joe Dumars told Frank to stay as long as he needed, but he decided to return once his wife left the hospital.
''It was a very...
At least Pistons' Brandon Knight won't be the only player to be completely humiliated this season.
Joining Knight is Celtics' Jason Terry who tried to stop Heat's LeBron James as he went up for the alley-oop slam. Problem for Terry was that James is built like a truck and there was no way he was going to stop Lebron.
Check out James obliterating Terry including...
Somewhere, Brandon Knight is smiling.
LeBron James followed up DeAndre Jordan‘s demolition of the Pistons guard with a thunderous slam of his own Monday night, posterizing Jason Terry with an alley-oop dunk at TD Garden. But Terry can take some solace in the fact that James was subsequently hit with a technical foul for taunting, and the Celtics took a 59-53 lead into halftime...