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Detroit Pistons forward Tayshaun Prince will sign a four-year, $27 million deal to remain with the club, Yahoo! Sports reported on Thursday.
The 23rd overall pick of the 2002 draft, Prince averaged 14.1 points and 4.2 rebounds last season. He has played his entire career with the Pistons.
Prince, who is an unrestricted free agent, received interest from the Chicago Bulls, San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Clippers.
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Unrestricted free agent Tayshaun Prince will remain with the Detroit Pistons thru 2016, thanks his brand new shiny 4yr/$27M contract GM Joe Dumars offered him today. Tayshaun will be entering his 10th consecutive season with Pistons and looks like he will end his career where he started it. There were very few Prince supporters after last season and it was all but a done deal...
DETROIT - Tayshaun Prince is coming back, proving those foolish doubters wrong. Shame on all of you! Like the guy...
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Tayshaun Prince will sign a four-year, $27 million deal to remain with the Pistons.
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Detroit Pistons re-sign SF Tayshaun Prince to 4-year, $27 million contract
I thought for sure Prince was going to move on in his career and not want...
Detroit Pistons President of Basketball Operations Joe Dumars announced today that the team has re-signed free agent forward Tayshaun Prince. Per team policy, terms of the contract were not disclosed.
“We are very pleased to have Tayshaun Prince returning to our organization,” said Dumars. “Tayshaun has proved himself as one of the most talented and consistent [...]
Yikes. Joe Dumars and the Detroit Pistons will reportedly bring back Tayshaun Prince for a boatload of money. Per Yahoo! Sports: “Tayshaun Prince will sign a four year, $27 million dollar deal to stay with Detroit, league sources tell Y! Sports.”
When I first heard the news, “Detroit Pistons to sign Tayshaun Prince for 4 years at 27 million dollars” I was stunned. Wasn’t this supposed to be the start of something new? Didn’t we suffer enough during the last few years of doing nothing as far as personnel was concerned? Wasn’t this the year Joe Dumars was going to reward us because he wasn’t handcuffed by...
A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press that the Detroit Pistons will re-sign Tayshaun Prince and Jonas Jerebko. The person spoke Thursday on the condition of anonymity because the deals have not been announced. Prince is expected to sign a four year, $27-million dollar contract and Friday.
NBA free agency will be here on Friday. This free agent class isn’t filled with the talent next years class is but still there are some quality players. Here is the latest free agency news and buzz from around the league.
Tayshaun Prince could re sign with the Pistons now.
- LA Clippers offer DeAndre Jordan a Five year $40 million deal.
- J.J. Barea will not be...
Tayshaun Prince is coming back, proving those foolish doubters wrong. Shame on all of you! Like the guy who said Prince "should and will sign somewhere else" ... That was you. Oh, right.
After locking up Tayshaun Prince, Pistons GM Joe Dumars agreed to terms with forward Jonas Jerebko. From the Detroit Free Press: “With training camp expected to open Friday and only eight players under contract, Pistons president of basketball operations Joe Dumars had some work to do. So he rolled up his sleeves and free-agent forwards Tayshaun Prince and Jonas Jerebko agreed...
Joe Dumars felt bringing Tayshaun Prince back was a move to ensure veteran leadership and stability, but he remains intent on continuing to turn over the roster as the Pistons transition to a younger core, Keith Langlois writes for True Blue Pistons.