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Second-Round Candidate: Hamidou Diallo | Detroit Pistons

ID CARD: 6-foot-6 shooting guard, Kentucky, freshman, 19 years old DRAFT RANGE: Ranked 37th by ESPN.com, 34th by SI.com, 15th among guards by NBA.com SCOUTS LOVE: The fact the New York native wound up at Kentucky...

Ed Stefanski To Join Detroit Pistons As Senior Advisor To Owner Tom Gores

DETROIT, Mich. – Detroit Pistons Owner Tom Gores announced today the hiring of Ed Stefanski as a senior executive reporting directly to Mr. Gores with responsibility for helping reshape the team’s basketball operations infrastructure...

At 42, Pistons likely in market for an athletic wing. They’ll have plenty of...

CHICAGO – The scores of scouts from the 30 NBA teams who swarmed Lake Michigan’s southern shore in mid-May came in search of the hottest commodities of the modern game. Playmaking guards and 3-and-D wings,...

Second-Round Candidate: Jevon Carter | Detroit Pistons

ID CARD: 6-foot-1½ point guard, West Virginia, senior, 22 years old DRAFT RANGE: Ranked 44th on ESPN.com, 49th by SI.com, 19th among guards by NBA.com SCOUTS LOVE: Defense, toughness and competitiveness are Carter’s stock in...

Pistons Mailbag – May 23, 2018

Will the Pistons deal for another star player this summer? What’s next in the search to replace Stan Van Gundy on the sidelines and in the front office? It’s Pistons Mailbag time. Adam (@AdamJanssen3): Do...

For preps and college underclassmen, G League apprenticeship a fact of life

CHICAGO – The Pistons have 12 players under contract for next season and every one of them had a foothold in the rotation at one point last season. So it wouldn’t be the biggest...

Second-Round Candidate: Devonte Graham | Detroit Pistons

ID CARD: 6-foot-1½ point guard, Kansas, senior, 23 years old DRAFT RANGE: Ranked 43rd on ESPN.com, 39th by SI.com, 24th among guards by NBA.com SCOUTS LOVE: Four years of experience at the highest level of...

Pistons go high tech at NBA draft combine and meet with a heavy dose...

CHICAGO – The Pistons have gone cutting edge at the combine. Several players who said they interviewed with the Pistons talked of being outfitted with a virtual-reality headset to gauge their ability to make the...

NBA draft: essential in building competitor, but a little perspective, please, on value of...

CHICAGO – What unfolds over these next several days here is proof of the value of the draft. NBA teams send two handfuls or more of their employees here for a week to get information...

Pistons Mailbag – May 16, 2018

Now that the draft lottery yielded the expected results – meaning the Pistons lost their No. 1 pick to the Clippers – what’s ahead this summer? That tops the docket for the latest edition...

Womp womp: No lottery luck – again – for Pistons, who send pick to...

Like Stan Van Gundy before him, the next Pistons coach will launch his era without a rookie lottery pick on the roster. Tuesday’s lottery played to form, which means the Pistons didn’t beat the...

What if? A look at possibilities for the Pistons if they hit tonight’s lottery

AUBURN HILLS – It’s a coin flip what’s more astounding – the fact the Cleveland Cavaliers won the NBA draft lottery’s No. 1 pick three times in four years – twice with odds of...

Pistons pick at 42: Making the case for a need at every position

AUBURN HILLS – Last time on this little street corner I occupy, I pointed out that when you’re picking where the Pistons will pick in the June 21 draft the overriding concern is to...

What’s a realistic best-case scenario for Pistons drafting at 42?

AUBURN HILLS – Barring the defiance of the 97 percent odds against the Pistons keeping their first-round pick in the June 21 draft, they’ll be picking only once and only after 41 other players...

Key dates approaching and how it affects the Pistons on GM, coach searches

AUBURN HILLS – The Pistons have time on their side as they go about replacing Stan Van Gundy for different reasons for the twin searches. On the front-office side, they have the field to themselves....

Pistons Mailbag – May 9, 2018

The decision to move on from Stan Van Gundy and start a new search – searches, for both a coach and someone to lead the front office – dominates the conversation in this week’s...

4 seasons later, Pistons have more sizzle to sell to coach, president candidates

AUBURN HILLS – There are times when the firing of a coach or top executive is akin to the admission of a mistake, an unspoken “we blew it with that hire” undercurrent. This isn’t...

Stan Van Gundy to Be Replaced as Head Coach and President of Basketball Operations

DETROIT, Mich. – The Detroit Pistons announced today that Stan Van Gundy will not return as the team’s President of Basketball Operations and Head Coach. The search process for new basketball leadership, including a...

Pistons in Review: Andre Drummond

AUBURN HILLS – A season that began with great promise – a 14-6 start and stirring road wins at Golden State, Boston, Oklahoma City and Minnesota – ended short of the playoffs. For the...

DETROIT PISTONS PARTNER WITH DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AND THE SPHINX ORGANIZATION TO ENHANCE MUSIC...

DETROIT, Mich. – The Detroit Pistons and Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO) announced today a multi-year partnership aimed to enhance music and education programming for Detroit youth.    “Music is a powerful way to reach kids and...

Pistons in Review: Eric Moreland

AUBURN HILLS – A season that began with great promise – a 14-6 start and stirring road wins at Golden State, Boston, Oklahoma City and Minnesota – ended short of the playoffs. For the...

Pistons in Review: Henry Ellenson

AUBURN HILLS – A season that began with great promise – a 14-6 start and stirring road wins at Golden State, Boston, Oklahoma City and Minnesota – ended short of the playoffs. For the...

Pistons Mailbag – May 2, 2018

A little bit of the past – a jersey retirement for Rasheed Wallace? – and a little bit of the future – what’s in store for this summer? – as we dive into another...

Pistons in Review: Blake Griffin

AUBURN HILLS – A season that began with great promise – a 14-6 start and stirring road wins at Golden State, Boston, Oklahoma City and Minnesota – ended short of the playoffs. For the...

Pistons in Review: Stanley Johnson

AUBURN HILLS – A season that began with great promise – a 14-6 start and stirring road wins at Golden State, Boston, Oklahoma City and Minnesota – ended short of the playoffs. For the...

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