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During the NBA lockout, Tayshaun Prince had a lot of time to think about being a free agent. On one hand, he could leave the team that drafted him out of Kentucky in 2002. He could go to a team with a shot at an NBA title. But he decided to return to the Pistons, signing a four-year, $27-million deal on the first day of training camp Friday.
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The Pistons have re-signed 31-year old small forward Tayshaun Prince to a 4-year, $27 million dollar contract. Prince played in 78 games (all starts) for the Pistons last year and he averaged 32.8 minutes, 14.1 points, 4.2 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game. He has now played in 661 games (622 starts) in his career with the Pistons and he is averaging 33.4 minutes, 12.9 points,...
Tayshaun Prince would be a nice addition to most any team with a need at small forward. But not this team. Not with this fan base. Not in this era of the NBA.
DETROIT - Tayshaun Prince is coming back, proving those foolish doubters wrong. Shame on all of you! Like the guy...
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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...
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Detroit Pistons President of Basketball Operations Joe Dumars announced today that the team has re-signed free agent forward Tayshaun Prince.
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 [...]
Tayshaun Prince never assumed his time with the Pistons was finished, and when Lawrence Frank joined Joe Dumars this week in making it clear he wanted him back, Prince surveyed his options and chose to remain a Piston, Keith Langlois writes for True Blue Pistons.
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...
New Pistons owner Tom Gores has said from the start that he's prepared to spend - but only for full value. He's living up to his part and Lawrence Frank and Pistons players are taking note and vowing to fulfill their end of the bargain, Keith Langlois writes for True Blue Pistons.
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.
The Detroit Pistons re-signed forwards Tayshaun Prince and Jonas Jerebko on Monday.
After three days of training camp, it's clear that Lawrence Frank's reputation as a detail-oriented teacher and communicator is accurate, and just as clear that he has a willing group of students with the Pistons , Keith Langlois writes for True Blue Pistons.
Pistons president of basketball operations Joe Dumars sounded puzzled when asked whether the goal was to make the playoffs this season. Guess he thought it was a goofy question. "Huh?" Dumars said at first when he heard the question. He added: "We're sure going to try."