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Charlie Villanueva has been dealing with ankle tendinitis and bone spurs.
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Thaddeus Young had 20 points and eight rebounds in a 97-68 win over the Pistons. Louis Williams added 13 points and seven assists for the Sixers, who halted a season-long five-game losing streak. They will host the Western Conference- leading Thunder on Wednesday.
Philadelphia coach Doug Collins left during the fourth quarter due to flu-like symptoms. Andre Iguodala and Jodie Meeks...
On his 32nd birthday, Tayshaun Prince didn't have a lot to say after the Pistons' latest blowout loss to the 76ers. But three simple words spoke volumes on what he thought of his team's effort after a 97-68 thumping Tuesday night in both teams' first game following the All-Star break. "Still on vacation," Prince said.
While many teammates got in a little rest and relaxation over the All-Star break, Pistons Will Bynum and Walker Russell Jr. didn't get much sleep. While teammates were getting their minds right for the second half of the lockout-shortened regular season, Bynum and Russell were welcoming newborns into the world.
The Detroit Pistons (11-24) open their second half tonight against the Philadelphia 76ers at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
The Pistons get back to business when they face the 76ers tonight at 7:30 p.m. at The Palace.
The Pistons take on the Bobcats tonight at 7:30 p.m. at The Palace.
The Pistons gathered for practice Monday night in preparation for the second half of the season following the All-Star break. Now the schedule slows to a pace that affords Lawrence Frank time to squeeze in some teaching, Keith Langlois writes for True Blue Pistons.
During the All-Star break, Pistons guards Walker D. Russell Jr. and Will Bynum became fathers, and forward Charlie Villanueva's sore right ankle got healthier. Monday night, Villanueva practiced with his teammates after not doing any running for two months and could be available by next week.
The Philadelphia 76ers didn't play like Atlantic Division leaders before the All-Star break with a season-high five straight losses.
The Pistons came back from the All-Star break hoping for a fresh start, but instead they were starting over - struggling with turnovers and finding any offensive rhythm, as they did early in the season, in losing 97-68 to Philadelphia, Keith Langlois writes for True Blue Pistons.
Thaddeus Young scored 12 of his 20 points in a pivotal second quarter and All-Star Andre Iguodala had 12 points, six assists and four steals to help the Philadelphia 76ers beat the Detroit Pistons 97-68 and snap a five-game losing streak.
One week ago Tuesday, the Cavaliers were sitting at 4-2 in the middle of their franchise-long 8-game homestand, having come from behind to beat the Detroit Pistons thanks to some fourth quarter brilliance by Kyrie Irving.Flash forward 8 days, and...