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Pistons guard, Will Bynum, was ejected during the fourth quarter of Saturday night’s game at The Palace after punching Pacers’ Tyler Hansbrough in the stomach/groin area. Bynum explains the flagrant two foul postgame, via Michigan Live: “It wasn’t (done) intentionally but it kind of happened through the course of the game,” Bynum said in the empty Pistons locker room....
According to Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski, Pistons guard Will Bynum has been suspended one game for his punch to the midsection of Indiana’s Tyler Hansbrough Saturday night.
The NBA has suspended Detroit’s Will Bynum one game for hitting Indiana’s Tyler Hansbrough in the stomach.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) February 25, 2013
Judging by the replays it looked...
Will Bynum will serve his suspension on Monday when the Pistons host the Atlanta Hawks.
This incident made the Palace of Auburn Hills look like an amateur boxing ring. And no––I'm not referring to the notorious Pacers-Pistons "Malice in the Palice" brawl of 2004 starring Ron Artest.This time around, it was only Pistons point guard Will Bynum throwing the punches, as he took an untimely swing at Pacers forward Tyler Hansbrough with under 9 minutes...
The NBA announced Sunday that Pistons’ Will Bynum has been suspended 1 game for striking Tyler Hansbrough in the stomach during Saturday’s Pistons/Pacers game. Bynum insists the fourth quarter hit was unintentional, however, the league felt otherwise.
He will serve the suspension without pay on Monday, February 25 vs. the Atlanta Hawks.
Will Bynum will serve his suspension Monday when the Pistons play Hawks.
March is quickly approaching Detroit basketball fans, a month I earlier warned about. The Pistons will begin the month in the middle of a Washington, New Orleans, and San Antonio road trip then come home to find the playoff bound New York Knicks waiting for them. All this may be more magnified since Detroit has lost 3 of 4 since the All Star break while finishing a home and home...
Pacers. Pistons. Palace. Punches. The only thing missing was Ron Artest and a flying beer cup (such a waste).
History was nowhere near repeating itself Saturday night when there was a little violence during the Pacers/Pistons game. Rather than seeing a player dash into the stands after an unruly fan
it was one of the Pistons--Will Bynum--giving Pacers player Tyler Hansbrough...
Brandon Knight injured both his knee and ankle in a win over Charlotte Wednesday, and while an MRI on his knee came back negative, the second-year guard will be out for an “undisclosed” period of time.
According to Perry A. Farrell, USA TODAY Sports:
An MRI on Brandon Knight’s hyperextended right knee came back negative, but the second-year Detroit Pistons point guard will...
Brandon Knight is out of action with a hyperextended right knee. USA Today reported that an MRI on Knight's knee came back negative, showing swelling but no damage. But the second-year guard is on the shelf "for an undisclosed period of time."
Knight injured his knee and ankle in a win over the Charlotte Bobcats on Wednesday. He sat Friday and Saturday, and Pistons...
The Detroit Pistons just finished getting blown out twice by the Indiana Pacers. The Atlanta Hawks were looking to continue the trend against Detroit.
The Pistons were still missing the injured Brandon Knight and Andre Drummond, and were also missing dynamo point guard Will Bynum who was suspended a game for his flagrant 2 foul on Indiana...
The Detroit Pistons came into tonight's rematch with the Indiana Pacers fresh off a 32 point embarrassment the night before in Indianapolis. The rematch wasn't much better.
The Pistons were missing starting shooting guard Brandon Knight again due to a right knee hyper extension, and Detroit struggled to score without him. Against a stout Indiana defense, the Pistons missed...
Will Bynum was suspended on game for punching Tyler Hansbrough on Saturday.
Detroit was down 70-50 in the fourth quarter when Bynum socked Hansbrough in the stomach after the Pacers forward screened him. It was a sneaky move by Bynum, and Hansbrough crouched down in a show of pain afterward. His reaction ensured the referees saw it the move, and they immediately ejected Bynum. ...