Found October 30, 2013 on Next Impulse Sports:
I’m so happy Rasheed Wallace AKA Coach Sheed will be sticking around NBA sidelines this season as an assistant coach with the Detroit Pistons. Props to this Pistons fan who honored Sheed’s news position with a custom-made jersey. I might watch Pistons games just to see “Ball Don’t Lie” signs all over the Palace. [The Starters] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports

JQ3′s Detroit Pistons 2013-14 Season Preview featuring Over/Under prediction:

In my debut article for The Majors Detroit, I wanted to start out by thanking “you” the sports fans and our followers of this website. Without your viewership, it would not be possible for me to be here. So from the bottom of my heart I want to say THANK YOU DETROIT! Now that I have that out-of-the-way, let’s get down to brass tacks, you know the so-called meat and potatoes...

Detroit Pistons 2013 Season Preview: Playoffs or Bust for Revamped Roster?

Can Andre Drummond (left) and Greg Monroe team up with newcomer Josh Smith to form a formidable frontcourt in Detroit? The Detroit Pistons open the 2013-14 season on Wednesday night, with their sights set on ending their playoff drought. Can they do it? Here’s how The Detroit Sports Site’s experts see it playing out: 1. Now that we’ve all had time to digest Joe Dumars’ busy...

Pistons’ Rodney Stuckey likely out for season opener

Detroit Pistons’ shooting guard Rodney Stuckey is still nursing an injured right thumb that he injured earlier in the month. He practiced without contact and is not expected to be ready to play in the season opener on Wednesday. As reported by Anthony Fenech of, head coach Maurice Cheeks did not rule out Stuckey against the Washington Wizards, but wasn’t optimistic...

Josh Smith Plays as Pistons Envisioned Opening Night

Josh Smith was the prize of the off-season for a Detroit Pistons that needed talent in the worst way. It was a big acquisition for the team, but it came with many questions. Can he share the ball with other players? Will he work playing the small forward position? Will there be enough space down ...The post Josh Smith Plays as Pistons Envisioned Opening Night appeared first on The League News.

Jennings, Stuckey out for Pistons

Will Bynum and Chauncey Billups were in the starting lineup for the Detroit Pistons against the Washington Wizards on Wednesday night, while guards Brandon Jennings and Rodney Stuckey sat out with injuries. Jennings, acquired in an offseason trade to be Detroit's new point guard, has been dealing with an impacted wisdom tooth and a hairline fracture on the mandible at the base...

Pistons’ Andre Drummond Preparing For The NBA Season By Dunking On His Elders

Andre Drummond and his Detroit Pistons are preparing for opening night of the NBA season in odd ways. The latest is him dunking over a grandpa. Pretty hilarious. [DIME] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports

Mr. Big Shot is back

Auburn Hills, Mich. -- If you closed your eyes, you might have thought it was 2004 again. Because when you opened them, there was Chauncey Billups calmly making a three-point shot to cool off the opposing team's rally. The three with 6:09 left in the game pushed the Pistons' lead back to 10 and returned things to a calmer place down the stretch. "I've seen him...

Fan Makes ‘Coach Sheed’ Pistons Jersey (Photo)

It’s always entertaining to have Rasheed Wallace around so I’m personally glad he will be on the sidelines for the Pistons this season. Not as excited as this fan who had this custom ‘Coach Sheed’ jersey made up. Soon we will have a ‘Ball Don’t Lie’ jersey too right?

With multiple Pistons injured, Cheeks open to suggestions on starting guards

Maurice Cheeks has a suggestion box. “I put different names in there,” the Pistons’ coach joked. “People put names in the box, and we figure out which one is the best.” After Monday’s practice in Auburn Hills, the suggestion box was getting its fill. A day before the Pistons open the season against the Washington Wizards on Wednesday night at the Palace, they’re...

New-look Pistons beat Wizards in opener

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) -- Greg Monroe had 24 points and 16 rebounds, and the new-look Detroit Pistons won their season opener in convincing fashion, beating the Washington Wizards 113-102 Wednesday night. Andre Drummond added 12 points and eight rebounds for Detroit, which is hoping to snap a streak of four straight seasons without reaching the playoffs. The Pistons signed Josh...

Three-Ball: Detroit Pistons Dominate Paint, Muscle Out Opening Night Win Over Washington Wizards

The Detroit Pistons have made toughness an organizational staple for years. After losing their way recently, it looks as if 2013 will serve as a much needed return to roots. A 113-102 opening night victory over the Washington Wizards which featured 44 rebounds and plenty of attitude proved that fact to be true. After a thunderous introduction rocked the house, the Pistons proved...

Pistons Top The Wizards To Win Season Opener

Final Score: Washington Wizards – 102, Detroit Pistons – 113 In the opening game of the season for both teams, the Detroit Pistons beat the Washington Wizards pretty handily. The game never really got out of hand at any point, but the Pistons appeared to be in the drivers seat for most of the time. ...The post Pistons Top The Wizards To Win Season Opener appeared first on The League News.

Pistons Win Season Opener 113-102 Over Wizards

Detroit, MI - The Detroit Pistons started off what appears to be a promising 2013-14 season with a win over the Washington Wizards by a final score of 113-102. Detroit is expected to be a very competitive team in the Eastern Conference this season, as are the Washington Wizards. There were 18,891 in attendance for […]
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