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Backdoor Cut: Detroit Pistons Kentavious Caldwell-Pope presser 12.2.16 #pistons @caldwellpope

The Sports Inquirer attended the post-game presser of Detroit Pistons Kentarious Caldwell-Pope following his team’s 121-85 road win at the Atlanta Hawks on December 2. He scored a game-high 23 points and grabbed eight rebounds in the victory.

New York Knicks vs Detroit Pistons - 11/16/16 - Game Recap

New York Knicks vs Detroit Pistons
Game 11: November 16, 2016
Knicks 105, Pistons 102

Written by Eric Weinstein – @ericcweinsteinn
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Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the Kristaps Porzingis show. 497 more words

Defense

This Crazy Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Shot Is Straight Out Of A Game Of H-O-R-S-E

https://twitter.com/NBA/status/798365457950523392

It might not look like it, but I promise you the person who shot the basketball is in frame here. It’s Kentavious Caldwell-Pope with his hand up just to the right, and he’s about to make one of the crazier shots of this young NBA season. 176 more words

Sports

Brandon Jennings says the Pistons Should Pay to Keep KCP

Last night during the game vs the Bucks, former Pistons great Brandon Jennings took to twitter to say the Pistons should pay to keep KCP. Kentavious capped off a 98-83 victory over the Bucks with an impressive stat line scoring 21 points on 7-13 shooting from the field, with 6 rebounds and 0 turnovers. 351 more words

NBA GMs: Henry Ellenson One Of Top Draft Steals, K.C.P. Due For Breakout Season

By: Will Burchfield
@burchie_kid

When the Pistons selected forward Henry Ellenson 18th overall in this year’s draft, they felt he was a flat-out steal. 352 more words

Sports

30 Players in 30 Days: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Detroit Pistons

In an attempt to get myself and others hyped about the 2016–17 NBA season, I brainstormed several different preview ideas. Many outlets are doing team previews, but this is a player’s game, damnit. 289 more words

NBA

Position Breakdowns and Battles Throughout Training Camp

Coming into the 2016 NBA season, the Detroit Pistons finally have something they haven’t had in nearly a decade: playoff expectations. Last season, the up-and-coming Pistons fought their way into the playoffs (8th seed) only to be promptly swept by the King & Co. 931 more words

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