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For all intents and purposes, the Detroit Pistons’ season is over, but there are still games to play out on the schedule. That hasn’t stopped the rumor mill from starting to churn. A few days ago, it was rumored that … Continue reading
There’s a long way to go before the 2014-15 season ends, but late Tuesday, a bit of news may have stoked the pending fire of excitement for the offseason to arrive in Detroit. Draymond Green, a forward from the Golden … Continue reading
The Detroit Pistons recently managed to put together a modest two game winning streak amongst plenty of early-season futility, but the abrupt surge of victories did little to change their season trajectory. Things have officially plummeted out of control, as … Continue reading
Entering the 2014 NBA season, most everyone agreed there was a small reason to feel encouraged about the near future of the Detroit Pistons. The team had hired Stan Van Gundy, a serious head coach, gave him personnel power and … Continue reading
Entering the 2014 NBA season, there is a palpable sense of excitement in Detroit, because the Detroit Pistons might finally be on the path back to team relevancy. During the offseason, team owner Tom Gores got serious, luring Stan Van … Continue reading
Greg Monroe will be a Detroit Piston to start the 2014-15 season. He’ll likely be in a different uniform for the ’15-16 campaign. Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported Friday that Monroe has signed his qualifying offer with the Pistons, meaning he … Continue reading
Yep, the Detroit Pistons are still waiting on some resolution to Greg Monroe’s restricted free agency. Michael Lee of the Washington Post reported that Monroe’s agent, David Falk, actively tried to find that finish line by seeking out sign-and-trade partners … Continue reading
Some Detroit Pistons’ fans would take Tuesday’s report—that Greg Monroe would consider signing a one-year qualifying offer deal with the team—as positive news. The reality as it relates to Detroit’s future, however, is that it is not. With the announcement, … Continue reading