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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

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NBA Summer League, Day 3 – Marcus Smart & Dante Exum Outshine Rookies; Jahlil Okafor Not Bad Either

Posted on 7 Jul, 2015, by in NBA

The third day of the NBA Summer League meant spreading out to other locations. Games were still going on in Orlando, with Myles Turner, Mario Hezonja, Aaron Gordon, Mitch McGary, Justise Winslow and Stanley Johnson doing well as usual, while in Salt Lake City Jahlil Okafor had a nice debut, while Marcus Smart and Dante Exum stole the show from the rookies in the other game. More

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NBA Summer League, Day 2 – Detroit Pistons Impressed With Stanley Johnson

Posted on 6 Jul, 2015, by in NBA

The 2015 NBA Summer league continues with a second day that showed us and the Detroit Pistons even more of what Stanley Johnson can do, another solid performance from Frank Kaminsky on the Charlotte Hornets and Justise Winslow delivering a game-winning assist for the Miami Heat. More

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NBA Summer League, Day 1 – Frank Kaminsky Makes a Strong First Impression

Posted on 5 Jul, 2015, by in NBA

The Charlotte Hornets first round draft pick, Frank Kaminsky, probably gave the strongest performance on the first day of the NBA Summer League in Orlando out of the rookies in action, although Mario Hezonja, Stanley Johnson, Justise Winslow and Myles Turner didn’t do too badly either. More

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Arizona Over Michigan – Another Humiliating Blow

Posted on 14 Dec, 2014, by in NBA

In another demoralizing moment for Michigan athletics and the basketball program specifically, the Wolverines lost 80-53 in a visit to Arizona they regretted from the moment they stepped on the floor. More