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Stan Van Gundy, Stanley Johnson

Detroit Pistons Preview: Van Gundy, Andre Drummond & Counting on Stanley Johnson

Posted on 10 Aug, 2016, by in NBA

Last season was about getting the Detroit Pistons back in the playoffs. This season? Probably doing the same, and hoping for better. The Detroit Pistons have a very good head coach in Stan Van Gundy, and a nice core to build around with Andre Drummond and Reggie Jackson. But for now, they look like a team that can be good to very good, nothing more. More

Tim Duncan

Tim Duncan Free Throws, and What Dwight Howard, DeAndre Jordan and Andre Drummond can Learn

Posted on 22 Jul, 2016, by in NBA

With Tim Duncan retiring, the NBA is one big man short who can actually hit shots from the line. Duncan was never Mark Price, Ray Allen or another free throw sharpshooter, but compared to guys like Dwight Howard, Andre Drummond and DeAndre Jordan, he’s god-like from the line. More

Elbow

Dirty Elbow – Andre Drummond Trying to F*** LeBron James Up

Posted on 23 Apr, 2016, by in NBA

We’ve seen the Golden State Warriors play dirty in their playoff series against the Houston Rockets. The Dallas Mavericks have been complaining about cheap shots from the Oklahoma City Thunder players. Of course the same things are going to happen elsewhere, like the Cleveland Cavaliers & Detroit Pistons series. More

Andre Drummond

NBA Rumors – Detroit Pistons, Andre Drummond Finally Putting Things Together

Posted on 9 Nov, 2015, by in NBA

The Detroit Pistons are one of the hottest teams in the first couple of weeks in this NBA season, led by Andre Drummond, dominating like no other big man in the league, and putting up some impressive numbers that haven’t been seen in some time. More

Greg Monroe

Detroit Pistons – The Improbable Streak Doesn’t End

Posted on 8 Jan, 2015, by in NBA

Every time it’s a different player, but the Josh Smith effect keeps pushing the Detroit Pistons forward, beating the Dallas Mavericks 108-95 behind a big night for both Greg Monroe and D.J. Augustin, making it seven in a row since waiving their troublesome forward. More

Andre Drummond

Andre Drummond Takes the MVP in a Meaningless Game

Posted on 15 Feb, 2014, by in NBA

There’s something about the Rising Stars Challenge that doesn’t quite work, despite the changes it has gone through over the years. Andre Drummond was the star of the latest edition, leading Team Hill to a 142-136 win over Team Webber. More

Pistons Beat Spurs

Spurs vs Pistons – Brandon Jennings Looks Like a Different Player

Posted on 11 Feb, 2014, by in NBA

One game doesn’t mean anything, but the Detroit Pistons put on what was probably their best performance of the season with the switch from Maurice Cheeks to interim coach John Loyer happening in the background and abruptly making Brandon Jennings into a superstar point guard overnight, while the rest of the team started playing defense like it should be. More

Josh Smith

Josh Smith On Those Rare Nights When Everything Works

Posted on 17 Dec, 2013, by in NBA

No one is going to convince Josh Smith that he isn’t a jump shooter and that it’s better for him and his team to stick with close range shots. However, when it works, it’s a thing of beauty, and the Detroit Pistons can actually beat anyone, handing the Indiana Pacers their first home loss of the season with Smith leading the way. More

Pistons vs Bulls

Detroit Pistons – Can’t Beat Them at Their Own Game

Posted on 8 Dec, 2013, by in NBA

This is what the Detroit Pistons, with their heavy frontcourt of Josh Smith, Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe, have been waiting for; a team that puts on the same limited lineup, without a real small forward. The Chicago Bulls, because of yet another injury to a key player, were forced into it, resulting in a 92-75 win for the Pistons, who lost to the Bulls by 20 points just over a week ago. More

Josh Smith Dunk

Detroit Pistons – Beating the NBA Champions Despite the Same Old Problems

Posted on 4 Dec, 2013, by in NBA

When the Detroit Pistons signed Brandon Jennings and Josh Smith over the summer, they knew two very talented players were coming, but also flawed in ways that could really hurt their desire to finally make it back to the NBA playoffs. Despite the both of them making the same mistakes they always do, a lethargic Miami Heat team enabled them to come away with a rare road win in the AmericanAirlines Arena. More