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The Pistons have signed 31-year old SG/SF Damien Wilkins to a 1-year deal. Wilkins played in 52 games (0 starts) for the Hawks last year and he averaged 13.0 minutes, 3.5 points, 1.7 rebounds and 0.8 assists per game. He has now played in 442 games (126 starts) so far in his NBA career and he is averaging 20.0 minutes, 6.8 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game. This was a decent signing for the Pistons as Wilkins will help them out off the bench in 2011-12.
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Richard Hamilton is expected to sign with the Bulls once he clears waivers.
The Pistons have bought out 33-year old shooting guard Richard Hamilton and he’s now a free agent. Hamilton played in 55 games (39 starts) for the Pistons last year and he averaged 27.2 minutes, 14.1 points, 2.3 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game. He played in 631 games (599 starts) in his nine years with the Pistons and he averaged 34.4 minutes, 18.4 points, 3.4 rebounds and...
The Detroit Pistons will bid farewell to veteran guard Richard Hamilton, according to a source close to the situation.
The Pistons will reportedly buy out Hamilton’s remaining contract after he spent nine seasons in Detroit, bringing a championship to the city in 2004. Hamilton, 33, had a rough relationship with former head coach John Kuester and was benched for extended streaks...
Here's a multiple-choice question. Of the following players, who should make the most money? Player A: 15.5 points, 5.2 assists, 3.1 rebounds, 31.2 minutes per game. Player B: 11.2 points, 2.1 assists, 44% field-goal shooting, 26 minutes. Player C: 11.1 points, 3.9 rebounds, 44.2% field-goal shooting, 21.9 minutes.
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 [...]
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.
It’s the kind of questions I get often on Twitter: “Why don’t the Hawks pursue [insert big-name free agent]?” After I explain that they don’t have the cap space, I sometimes get the follow-up: Why don’t they trade [Joe Johnson, Marvin Williams, some other player I don't like] and use that cap space?” And then I have to tell them that doesn’t work, either, because...
One source put the odds of a Jamal Crawford to New York deal being consummated at better than 50 percent.
The Pistons are beginning to assemble an impressive collection of young talent. They have second-year center Greg Monroe and third-year forwards Jonas Jerebko and Austin Daye along the front line. There's also promising rookie point guard Brandon Knight, three days into his first training camp.
CHICAGO -- Though hurdles remain, the Bulls are zeroing in on signing veteran guard Richard Hamilton, according...
Joe Dumars and Lawrence Frank spoke to reporters after Friday's opening of Pistons training camp. Keith Langlois has the summary for True Blue Pistons.