When I woke up this morning and saw the Detroit Pistons’ injury report, I thought “now THIS is how you tank!” The Pistons have played competitively all season behind strong efforts from their rookies and Most Improved Player candidate Jerami Grant, but with just 17 games remaining in the season, now is the time to […] Detroit Pistons: Tank alert!
If there ever was a game this year in which Motown needed to reach deep into their bench, it’s today The schedule doesn’t spoil us. The Detroit Pistons host tonight Oklahoma City Thunder, visit Washington Wizards tomorrow and host Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday.
The Detroit Pistons will take on the Oklahoma City Thunder tonight at Little Caesar’s Arena in a game that is important for both teams. You might wonder why a late season game between two of the NBA’s worst teams is important but there are a couple of reasons.
Fans of the Detroit Pistons have been waiting all season for coach Dwane Casey to unleash a lineup of all young players. Casey has been reluctant to do so, stubbornly sticking with his veterans even though several of them probably won’t be with the team next season.
Fans also say health and availability should influence award voting Welcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across the NBA. Each week, we send out questions to the most plugged in Detroit Pistons fans, and fans across the country.
The Detroit Pistons have the worst record in the Eastern Conference, so you would not expect them to be taking home many awards. However, Jerami Grant has improved so much that he has been a frontrunner for the Most Improved Player award for most of the season.
The Detroit Pistons will take on the Los Angeles Clippers for the second game in a row. The Pistons were feisty against the Clippers in the last game, as LA needed a big 4th quarter comeback to put them away.
The Detroit Pistons have four picks in the upcoming 2021 NBA Draft and should be very busy one way or another. The Pistons currently have the third-worst record in the NBA, so have the best possible odds of landing in the top-four or getting the number one overall pick.
The Detroit Pistons are going to be active in the NBA Draft one way or another. They will likely have a high lottery pick to work with, but also have three picks in the second round after trading Delon Wright to Sacramento.
The Detroit Pistons took a calculated risk on Josh Jackson that has somewhat paid off in the first season. Jackson has been very solid, mostly off the bench, and has provided the Pistons with energy, defense and size at the two-guard position.
The Detroit Pistons’ blowout home win over the Washington Wizards on Thursday was more than just another victory. It was an opportunity to feel good, to learn of the spoils that come with being the victor.
Delon Wright was one of the most-mentioned names on the rumor mill and it appears that the Detroit Pistons shooting guard has indeed found a new home. Per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Wright has been traded to the Sacramento Kings for point guard Cory Joseph and two second-round picks.