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The Pistons have released 21-year old shooting guard Terrico White. White was a 2nd round pick of the Pistons in the 2010 NBA Draft out of Mississippi. He didn’t get into any games last year due to a broken foot. Some team will likely give White another shot, but the Pistons need guys who can stay healthy and play. They won’t miss White going forward.
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NBA teams can't officially announce roster moves until Friday morning.
Apparently, the Detroit Pistons are going to start with a stunner.
In a move that seems to make little sense for either side, the team is expected to announce that they have re-signed free-agent forward Tayshaun Prince to a four-year, 27 million contract.
Prince had one of the worst seasons of his career...
The Pistons have re-signed 24-year old power forward Jonas Jerebko to a 4-year, $16 million dollar deal. Jerebko missed all of last season due to a ruptured Achilles. He played in 80 games (73 starts) as a rookie back in 2009-10 for the Pistons in which he averaged 27.9 minutes, 9.3 points, 6.0 rebounds, 0.7 assists and 1.0 steal per game. He will likely bump Charlie Villanueva...
The Detroit Pistons have decided to part ways with Richard Hamilton.
A person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press on Friday that terms of a buyout were still being negotiated. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the team had not made an announcement.
The 33-year-old Hamilton spent the last nine seasons with the Pistons, leading them to the 2004...
The Detroit Free Press is reporting that the Detroit Pistons plan to waive longtime guard, Rip Hamilton and his $20 million remaining contract, effectively buying him out and making him available to sign with other teams.
According to the Detroit Free Press, Rip Hamilton will be bought out by the Pistons: “Source: Rip Hamilton has been waived by the Pistons. Will be bought out. Not an amnesty transaction.”
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.”
The Detroit Pistons are attempting to rebuild by keeping at least a couple key players.
Chris Wilcox has signed a one-year deal with the Celtics for the veteran minimum.
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...
I am personally astonished by this…
“Tayshaun Prince will sign a four-year, $27 million-plus contract to stay with the Detroit Pistons, league sources told Yahoo! Sports.
For the Pistons, convincing Prince to re-sign was the franchise’s No. 1 priority, and something of a coup considering the tumultuous past two seasons for him and the longstanding core of veteran players. With...
Lawrence Frank talks often of the need to protect the paint on defense and prevent layups. That's a mission that would get easier with the return of key players, including Tayshaun Prince and Jonas Jerebko, Keith Langlois writes for True Blue Pistons.
A person familiar with the situation says Tracy McGrady will likely sign a one-year deal with the Atlanta Hawks. The person spoke on condition of anonymity Wednesday night because signings can't be announced until the new NBA labor agreement is ratified. The 32-year-old McGrady is a seven-time All-Star, but a series of injuries have turned him into a part-time player.