Both teams shoot better than 50% from the field and 45% from 3 There is nothing more appropriate than Josh Jackson leading the team in shots in the Detroit Pistons’ 131-124 loss to the LA Clippers on Sunday.
The Detroit Piston have two games in a row against the Los Angles Clippers starting tonight in the Staples Center. The first matchup will be the second game of a back-to-back for the Pistons, so we could see some guys sit, which could lead to some wonky lineups.
One thing the Detroit Pistons will have to consider when making their 2021 draft selection is how that player fits with the young guys they already have, including Killian Hayes, Saddiq Bey and Isaiah Stewart.
The Detroit Pistons were routed by the Portland Trail Blazers, who got a bit of history from their big man. Enes Kanter ended the game with 24 points and a franchise-record 30 rebounds on a night the Pistons’ bigs would rather forget.
The Detroit Pistons are entering the home stretch of a rebuilding season but still have plenty to play for. The final 20 games will not only be important for draft position but the Pistons are also waging many internal battles for minutes and future roster spots.
It seems like Saddiq Bey has been making history all season for the Detroit Pistons. Most recently, he set the Pistons’ all-time rookie record for made 3-pointers and he has an outside chance of breaking the all-time NBA record as well.
After missing 41 games, Killian Hayes is ready to take back his rookie season The Detroit Pistons are doing great job with their rookies this year. Isaiah Stewart, taken with the 16th pick, is already a fan favorite and now looks like a foundational piece.
The Detroit Pistons notched their 16th win of the season last night, which has some fans nervous. The Pistons are clinging onto the 3rd-worst record in the NBA after their win, just 1.5 games “ahead” of Orlando and now 1.5 games “behind” 2nd-worst Houston.
The Detroit Pistons notched their 16th victory of the season against the Sacramento Kings, who are in the midst of a free fall. The Kings have lost five in a row overall while the Pistons’ win has them clinging to the third-worst record in the NBA.
Cory Joseph and rookie Killian Hayes did an impressive job in the backcourt against Sacramento The Detroit Pistons outhustled, outmuscled and outplayed the Sacramento Kings for the majority of the 48 minutes Thursday night in a strong 113-101 victory.
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.