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Lawrence Frank will take The Palace court as coach of the Pistons for the first time tonight for the preseason opener against Cleveland, but here's what he says is significant about the night: It's the first step in the team's mission to win back Pistons fans, Keith Langlois writes for True Blue Pistons.
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AUBURN HILLS, Mich. -- Lawrence Frank knows he has to change everything about the Detroit Pistons in a short period of time.
Luckily for him, he's got plenty of people that are ready to help.
At Wednesday's Media Day, the first player to face the media was also the first one to step up to the plate.
"I watched all 82 games from the sidelines last season, and I learned...
DETROIT - Lawrence Frank isn't tipping his hand on Friday night's exhibition opener against the Cavaliers.
Pistons players were eager for a fresh start this year - and they're even more eager to get going after their first exposure to first-year coach Lawrence Frank, Keith Langlois writes for True Blue Pistons.
Lawrence Frank isn't tipping his hand on tonight's exhibition opener against the Cavaliers. The first-year Pistons coach spoke after Thursday's practice about how he'll approach the game and didn't offer many answers about playing time and who will start.
Auburn Hills is a 35-minute drive north of Detroit. Make that almost an hour if you dare try it in the shadow of 5:00 traffic. It’s a rather uninspiring trek up I-75, with warehouses and impersonal office buildings surrounding you on the east and west.The starkness of the Detroit city limits gives way to those of the industrialized Troy as you head north, with a lovely view of...
Feedback from training camp from players has been glowing on new coach Lawrence Frank and his staff, and that has Pistons Mailbag fans wondering about expectations for the season ahead and what moves the Pistons might have up their sleeve. On with Mailbag ...
Lawrence Frank says leadership is really about bringing it every night. To that end, the Pistons' future is in good hands with the likes of Greg Monroe, Jonas Jerebko and Brandon Knight, Keith Langlois writes for True Blue Pistons.
Lawrence Frank doesn't believe the absence of a great shot-blocker should be any excuse for not producing a great defensive effort. If Greg Monroe develops into the anchor Frank expects, the Pistons should make significant strides defensively, Keith Langlois writes for True Blue Pistons.
Morning shoot-arounds typically are affairs that last less than an hour because coaches don't want to wear out players and players are usually in a hurry to get a little rest and relaxation before that night's game.
Just one week after training camp opened, first-year Pistons coach Lawrence Frank will open the 2011 preseason Friday night when the Pistons host Cleveland. How will he handle playing time under such unusual circumstances? Keith Langlois takes a look at the situation for True Blue Pistons.
Pistons coach Lawrence Frank wants to use the brief preseason to experiment with different lineups. Wilkins doesn't have a guaranteed spot on the team, so maybe Frank wants to see him try to guard a starting small forward.
2010-11 record: 30-52 Head Coach: Lawrence Frank (in his first year, replacing the disaster that was John Kuester). Key Departures: Richard Hamilton, Tracy McGrady Key Additions: Damien Wilkins, Kareem Rush Best-Case Scenario: Lawrence Frank injects a sense of purpose into the Pistons. Rodney Stuckey re-finds his game. Ben Gordon becomes one of the league’s deadliest…