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It was recently reported that 16-year NBA veteran, Rasheed Wallace, was in talks to return to the Piston as an assistant coach, and now The Detroit News reports he will indeed join the Pistons coaching staff this season, specifically to help their young big men.
It hasn’t been announced, but former Piston Rasheed Wallace will join the Pistons’ coaching staff this season.
He’ll mainly work with the Pistons’ young bigs — Greg Monroe, Andre Drummond and second-round pick Tony Mitchell.
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Rasheed Wallace will feel the love again, as he comes home to Detroit to start his coaching career and infuse some excitement back into the Pistons. (Jerry S. Mendoza, Flickr)
This season, Rasheed Wallace will head back to the only place he truly ever belonged: Auburn Hills, Michigan with the Detroit Pistons.
The headlines, just like the ball, didn’t lie Monday afternoon. After...
Word out of Orlando Summer League is that former Detroit Piston (and Bullet, and Blazer, and Celtic, and Knick…and Atlanta Hawk for approximately 42 minutes) Rasheed Wallace will be joining new head coach Mo Cheeks’ staff in the Motor City. His focus will be to work with Detroit’s young interior duo of Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe (and possibly convince Josh Smith to stop...
The walls of the Detroit Pistons practice facility are covered with blue boards listing team accomplishments dating from the Fort Wayne (Ind.) championships of the 1940s to Andre Drummond's selection to the 2013 All-Rookie Second Team.
Almost hidden among the achivements of George Yardley, Dave Bing, Joe Dumars, Isiah Thomas, Ben Wallace and Chauncey Billups is one board tucked...
When Jason Kidd started to lobby for the Brooklyn Nets head coaching job many thought that he was aiming a little high; that he should start off as an assistant first–much like Rasheed Wallace is doing. The Detroit Pistons have yet to officially announce the hire, but ESPN and several
Luigi Datome will sign with the Detroit Pistons, the Italian League MVP announced Tuesday on his Facebook page.
“I decided to become a player of the Detroit Pistons,” a translation of Datome’s post reads. “I think it may be the right place for me to make another quantum leap in my career and to realize the dream of a lifetime. I am very excited to join the Group of players...
The Detroit Pistons added another necessary element to their rebuilding team, landing a player with an outside shooting touch.
Luigi Datome and the Pistons agreed to a $3.5 million, two-year contract, according to a person familiar with the deal. The person spoke to The Associated Press on Tuesday on the condition of anonymity because the agreement has not been announced. NBA rules...
Will “The Thrill” Bynum is coming back to MoTown to throw some more lobs to Andre Drummond and newly acquired Josh Smith.
Bynum on Monday verbally agreed to a 2-year $5.75 million deal to remain with the Detroit Pistons. All offers can’t be officially signed until July 10.
Bynum averaged 9.8 points and 3.6 assists in 65 games this past season. He’ll back up Brandon Knight...
They needed a shooter, just comes in the form of someone I wasn’t expecting.
Detroit Pistons deal with Italian shooter Gigi Datome: two years, $3.5 million, source tells Y! Sports.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 9, 2013
For what’s worth Datome was the Italian league MVP last season averaging 16.6 ppg and 5.8 rbs, so he does have talent. Just have to see if it translates.
The Detroit Pistons defeated the Brooklyn Nets by a final score of 76-67 in Summer League play on Sunday.
Andre Drummond had 12 points, 16 rebounds, five steals, six blocks, six fouls and seven turnovers in 25 minutes for the Pistons. Khris Middleton scored 16 points, while Kentavious Caldwell-Pope went 1-for-10 from the floor and 0-for-8 from three.
Mason Plumlee led the Nets with...
Have the Pistons made enough moves this off season to secure a playoff spot?
The Detroit Pistons have agreed to a two-year, $3.5 million deal with Luigi Datome.
Datome, a small forward, most recently played for Virtus Roma in Italy.
Will Bynum will re-sign with the Detroit Pistons, FOXSportsDetroit’s Dave Hogg reported, easing some of the team’s problems at the point guard position. Bynum and the Pistons agreed to a two-year deal worth $5.75 million.
That number works out to $2.875 million per season, if it’s split evenly. A $2.875 million cap hit for Bynum would bring the Pistons just north of $50 million...