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The Detroit Pistons could become major players in the trade market this season due to excess on their roster at guard and small forward.
Josh Smith figures to start at small forward, but will also spend time at power forward. The Pistons also have Kyle Singler, Jonas Jerebko and Luigi Datome at small forward.
“We have a lot of flexibility,” Smith said. “I wouldn’t be surprised if guys played different positions in the backcourt or along the front line, depending on matchups.”
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Detroit Pistons point guard Brandon Jennings was reportedly involved in a fight with a famous rapper in Los Angeles over the weekend. According to a report from HipHollywood.com, Jennings was socked in the face by The Game Believe it or not, the fight is said to have broke out over microphone time. Sources told HipHollywood.com […]
The details are sketchy at this time, but if this rumor is true, Brandon Jennings might want to stay out of L.A. Compton rapper The Game allegedly punched Pistons guard and fellow Compton native Brandon Jennings in the mouth while the two were in a club. here is what Hip Hop Hollywood says went down at the club. HipHollywood was inside Lure’s über popular day party “Toxic”...
If the Pistons plan on being dealers before the February 2014 trade deadline they have a glut of small forwards and guards to possibly offer if that’s team president Joe Dumars’ plan.
“We have a lot of flexibility” newly acquired Josh Smith said. “I wouldn’t be surprised if guys played different positions in the backcourt or along the front line depending on matchups...
New Pistons point guard Brandon Jennings was reportedly punched in the face by rapper The Game while Jennings was celebrating his birthday at a club in Los Angeles this past weekend according to HipHollywood.
Jennings was apparently celebrating his 24th birthday at Lure in LA – one of the rapper's favorite spots -- and got into it with The Game after the two argued over who...
It was supposed to be a birthday celebration for Brandon Jennings, but the celebrating ended abruptly when the Pistons point guard and rapper The Game allegedly got into an argument at the Toxic Day Party at Lure nightclub in LA this past weekend. The two reportedly had words over who could speak on the DJ microphone and it ended with The Game settled things by punching Jennings...
You ever play that game where you are in a circle and the goal is to past along a story to the person next to you? By the time the story goes around the circle it turns into something totally different than how it started.
When I hear stories like this, I figured that is what happened and the truth is somewhere in the middle, but here is what Hip Hop Hollywood says went down at the...
All summer long in LA, the spot to be on Saturday afternoon’s was “ToXic” at Lure in Hollywood. On the last Saturday of the summer, the final edition of Toxic went down and Piston’s point guard Brandon Jennings was in the building for a pre-birthday turn up. Rapper The Game – whose pretty much at every club any given day of the week – was also in attendance.
According to HipHollywood, a fight broke out between a rapper and an NBA baller. The rapper is Jayceon “Game” Taylor while the NBA hooper is new Detroit Pistons guard Brandon [...]
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This is as originally posted on DimeMag.com. Kevin Smith writes as Dime Magazine’s Fantasy Doctor. For more extensive fantasy basketball advice, follow him on Twitter at @DimeFantasyDoc.
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