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What Jodie Meeks Means for the Detroit Pistons

In a free agent class headlined by superstars LeBron James and Caremlo Anthony, the Pistons were very aggressive on the first day of negotiations. The Pistons struck early, landing one of their primary targets in one of the first signings of the offseason. 1,145 more words

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Stan Van Gundy's Pistons still a work in progress

CHICAGO — Stan Van Gundy had to know this wasn’t going to happen overnight.

When the former Miami Heat and Orlando Magic coach took on a joint role as the Detroit Pistons’ head coach and president of basketball operations, he was taking over a team that had been directionless for the better part of a decade, a once-dominant Eastern Conference contender destroyed by years of incompetence and mismanagement. 623 more words

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67RIEFNS No. 43: Stan Van Gundy developing Andre Drummond

The NBA is full of talent, personality and suspense. During the offseason, It’s easy to forget how wonderful the league can be. So, I’ve assembled 67 Reasons I’m Excited For Next Season (67RIEFNS). 277 more words

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2013-14 record: 29-53 (4th in Central, 11th in East)

Last year’s Pistons seemed to be put together for one purpose: win the paint. And they did it. 1,110 more words


Pistons Trade Will Bynum to Celtics For Joel Anthony

Detroit, MI -The Detroit Pistons have traded guard Will Bynum, after six seasons, to the Celtics for center Joel Anthony. The Pistons went into training camp with four point guards on the roster including Brandon Jennings and free-agent signee DJ Augustine. 195 more words


Report: Timberwolves shopping Chase Budinger, Pistons and Rockets interested

The Minnesota Timberwolves made a lot of moves this summer — most notably trading Kevin Love for Andrew Wiggins and Anthony Bennett — and they might not be done. 266 more words

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Shooting Guards Rex Chapman and Jodie Meeks

Two Kentucky fan favorites, Rex Chapman and Jodie Meeks, may have played decades apart at Kentucky but both were amazing shooting guards that earned their place in Kentucky Basketball lore. 235 more words