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Stan Van Gundy, Pistons set for busy summer

AUBURN HILLS – Stan Van Gundy has a busy summer ahead as president of the Detroit Pistons.

One issue will be decided in July when Greg Monroe makes his decision about where he is going to play for the next several years. 585 more words


"Moose" Migrating this Offseason?

The Detroit Pistons have a disappointing 30-49 record as of April 12th, 2015, and are now eliminated from playoff contention. This is the 6th season straight Detroit won’t be playing in the postseason. 1,277 more words

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Stock report: Brook Lopez climbing, Bradley Beal reeling

Need a midweek boost for your fantasy basketball lineup? Check out which players are experiencing an increase in their value and which are slumping in this week’s stock report. 545 more words


Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Nearly Hit His Head on the Backboard During a Spectacular Fastbreak Block

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope is 6’5″. Here he is nearly hitting his head on the backboard while rejecting Wayne Ellington on a fastbreak. This is pretty incredible body control to jump, turn and avoid contact at full speed. 6 more words


Top Wizards Killers of the 2014-15 Season

Wizards Killer: An average or slightly above average NBA player who has mind-boggling, statistically great games against the Wizards.  Doesn’t matter if this player is in a slump or on a bad team, he is almost sure to have a big game against the Wizards.   1,089 more words

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Georgia state basketball championship preview

March Madness has yet to officially begin for college basketball teams, but the post-season is nearing its end for Georgia high school basketball teams. Starting on Thursday afternoon, the Macon Centreplex becomes home to the final seven high school basketball games of the 2014-15 season. 1,038 more words


Davis' Monster Night Leads Pelicans Past Pistons 88-85

While we all were talking about Russell Westbrook getting his 4th straight triple double, Anthony Davis was balling in his return from injury as well. It appears that Anthony Davis wants his name in the MVP discussion again, as he scored 39 points, grabbed 13 rebounds, and blocked 8 shots. 150 more words