Found October 22, 2012 on
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With the 2012-13 NBA season tipping off in just eight days, former Louisville star Terrence Williams is without a team. He signed a free agent contact with the Detroit Pistons prior to training camp, but was waived earlier today along with former Syracuse star Johnny Flynn. Williams was a lottery pick in the 2009 NBA Draft after the New Jersey Nets drafted him with the 11th overall pick. Three years later T-Will has found himself unemployed.
I’ve said it time and time again; I think Williams has the talent to be an All Star in the NBA. It’s unfortunate to see his professional career play out like it has, however Williams has nobody to blame but himself. He has been benched by every coach he’s played for since entering the league. Williams was the first player to ever be sent to the developmental league for disciplinary reasons.
T-Will’s career in professional basketball isn’t over, but I’d say it’s a long shot that he lands with an NBA team anytime soon. I wouldn’t be surprised to ...
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The Detroit Pistons selected Kyle Singler in the 2nd round of the 2011 NBA Draft, but since he opted to play a year of basketball overseas, that means his rookie hazing has just begun. Since nobody else probably saw this at the Pistons game besides the media, checkout how the Pistons had Singler leader them [...]
Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we featured a clip where the Philadelphia 76ers veterans pranked their rookies last season by not running out of the tunnel with them in a game against the Detroit Pistons.It appears that the Pistons were taking notes as they got second-year man Kyle Singler with the same exact prank last night against the Charlotte Bobcats:(Courtesy of The Victory Formation)
The Detroit Pistons let Kyle Singler ride solo during pregame warm ups last night at the Palace.
The practice didn't help his game, Singler shot 1-5...
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For much of last season, the most interesting reason to watch the Detroit Pistons may have been to see which musical act was playing at halftime. Then, after a 4-20 start, coach Lawrence Frank's group began to click a bit. Detroit was a .500 team the rest of the way, beating teams like Boston and the Los Angeles Lakers and offering a bit of hope for the future. There's...
The Detroit Pistons played a harmless prank on rookie Kyle Singler during an NBA preseason game against the Charlotte Bobcats. HT: ProBasketballTalk.com