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Joe Dumars has been active in trade conversations, looking for deals that can improve the Pistons in the long-term.
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The Detroit Pistons were a dysfunctional family the last two years. John Kuester was in a bit over his head in dealing with a rebuilding team that had very little direction -- a Frankenstein mix of the championship Pistons teams with a group of young players who needed time to make mistakes.
The old guard fought back a bit last year and it eventually got Kuester unceremoniously...
Lakers assistant coach John Kuester is back on duty on Tuesday. Kuester was appointed to join the Detroit Pistons on July 9, 2009 as their head coach.
The 55 year-old entered into an agreement with the Pistons after Avery Johnson’s deal did not fall through with the Pistons.
Kuester, a guard player himself who played for the Kansas City Kings, the Denver Nuggets and Indiana Pacers...
Rodney Stuckey scored 34 points, and the Detroit Pistons overcame a tying shot by Kobe Bryant at the end of regulation Tuesday night, beating the Los Angeles Lakers 88-85 in overtime.
Bryant, who had tied the game at the buzzer to force the extra session, missed from 3-point range in the final seconds of overtime. Metta World Peace came up with the ball and dribbled back toward...
AUBURN HILLS -- The first decision Kobe Bryant made Tuesday night was a disaster.
So was his last.
After starting the game with a new mask that didn't fit, Bryant guessed wrong on the Lakers' final possession of the game, letting the Detroit Pistons pull out an 88-85 overtime victory. It was a typical split-personality performance for the Lakers, who are now 17-2 at home...
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) -- Rodney Stuckey scored 34 points, and the Detroit Pistons overcame a tying shot by Kobe Bryant at the end of regulation Tuesday night, beating the Los Angeles Lakers 88-85 in overtime.
Bryant's basket at the buzzer forced the extra session, but he missed from 3-point range in the final seconds of overtime. Metta World Peace came up with the ball and...
As the Lakers got set to take on the Pistons at the Palace of Auburn Hills, it didn’t seem at all unlikely that someone would score 34 points. After all, that’s exactly the figure that Kobe Bryant had been averaging since the All-Star break–or since he first put on the face mask that has, for some reason, completely taken the basketball world by storm.
Funny that he’d...