Found December 17, 2011 on
About the only surprise from the Pistons' exhibition opener Friday night was the starter at small forward. While longtime starter Tayshaun Prince got the night off, training camp invitee Damien Wilkins got the nod against the Cavs in a 91-87 defeat at the Palace.
BEST OF MAXIM
Detroit Pistons guard Rodney Stuckey agreed to a three-year deal worth $25 million on Saturday to remain in Motown.
With veteran Richard Hamilton being waived, the Pistons are looking at Stuckey to log considerable minutes at the shooting guard position. Brandon Knight and Will Bynum will also be in the mix.
The 15th overall pick of the 2007 draft, Stuckey averaged 15.5 points...
Yeah, this kid might just be OK. That's probably a bit of understatement, but a little caution is needed for Pistons fans who are suddenly a little bit more excited about the future.
The Detroit Pistons are not a good team. In addition to the obvious qualifiers like Friday's Cavs / Pistons match-up was a preseason game following a four month lockout featuring two Rookie PG's essentially matched-up against each other, we can't gloss over the fact that Detroit will be awful this season. This first performance from Kyrie Irving in particular wasn&...
The Detroit Pistons have retained Rodney Stuckey with a $25 million, three-year contract.
Detroit Pistons President of Basketball Operations Joe Dumars announced today that the team has re-signed guard Rodney Stuckey. According to the Detroit News, the deal is for three years and $25 million.
“We are pleased to re-sign Rodney Stuckey,” said Joe Dumars, Pistons President of Basketball Operations. “Rodney led our team in scoring and assists last [...]
Home for the very first time.
Who cares if it’s a preseason game, this Pistons fan is a little more than excited to watch her team on court at the Palace. Especailly whe we could have skipped this season entirely.
This will be the first time the Pistons step on court reprsenting new ownership and I for wone am excited to see the changes.
May the Gores be with you!
Ben Gordon tallied 17 points in the Pistons' 91-87 home-opening preseason loss to the Cavaliers on Friday. Austin Daye had 18 points and Greg Monroe scored 12 points.
The Detroit Pistons re-signed guard Rodney Stuckey on Saturday.
The Free Press has learned that Pistons combo guard Rodney Stuckey has agreed to a three-year, $25 million contract to remain with the team that drafted him.
Comparing it to being in the classroom in college, an upbeat Richard Hamilton talked about how much he needs to learn after his first practice with the Chicago Bulls but vowed to use his experience come playoff time.
It was as ragged as you might expect a preseason opener played just seven days after training camp opened to be, but No. 1 pick Brandon Knight electrified fans who showed up at The Palace for their 91-87 loss to Cleveland, Keith Langlois writes for True Blue Pistons.