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Greg Monroe, the 7th overall pick in the 2010 NBA draft, got little fanfare compared to his fellow draftees. Now he's making people take notice as the most reliable player from the 2010 NBA draft.The post Greg Monroe Is The Most Reliable Player From The 2010 NBA Draft appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
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Giving themselves a chance to win ballgames has not been a major issue for the Detroit Pistons this season. Actually taking advantage of those opportunities, however …
The Pistons let another one slip away Monday (and fell to 2-11 on the road in the process), 104-97 to the Philadelphia 76ers.
Detroit took a 49-46 lead to the halftime and trailed by just one heading to the fourth...
The Detroit Pistons sent rookies Khris Middleton and Kim English to Fort Wayne of the NBA Development League on Wednesday. English, a 2012 second-round draft pick from Missouri, is averaging 3.2 points in 10 games this season for the Pistons. Middleton, a second-round pick from Texas A&M this summer, has played in three games for Detroit and is averaging 1.3 points.
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It has been a rough couple of years for the Detroit Pistons. After being the dominant team in the Eastern Conference for years, the team has slid all the way back to being a doormat for most of the NBA. But that isn’t stopping them from being part of the community in Michigan. Rodney Stuckey [...]
Tayshaun Prince says the Pistons are giving away games right now.
Khris Middleton and Kim English have received limited playing time for the Pistons this season.
Last night the Philadelphia 76ers balled up the Detroit Pistons 104-97 on the scoreboard and on the shelf life of their ankles. Jrue Holiday was bring the ball up court in the 3rd quarter when he gave Brandon Knight a killer crossover. It caused Knight to go to the ground, so all we can say to him is, "looking like a fool with your pants on the ground." Check out the...
For most teams a 21-4 advantage in the first quarter would probably translate into a win or at the very least a lead at halftime.
This was exactly the case for the Pistons Tuesday night as they jumped out to an early 21-4 lead in the first quarter dominating in all aspects. However a second quarter in which Detroit got outscored 31-17 translating to a 48-42 disadvantage at the half...
Monday night the Pistons were looking to sweep multi-game road trip for the first time in five years when they traveled to Philadelphia to take on the 76ers at the Wells Fargo Center. However as Detroit was unable to put together four quality quarters of basketball the Pistons fell to Philadelphia 104-97 failing to take advantage of a strong inside game from Greg Monroe.