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Pistons Weekly Recap: December 21-27

The Detroit Pistons had a busy week, facing off against the Houston Rockets, Cleveland Cavaliers and Orlando Magic.

Detroit hosted the Rockets on Saturday, where the matchup to watch was Andre Drummond against Dwight Howard. Early on, it was clear who was the better player, as Howard put up 14 points in the first quarter and forced Drummond out of the game.

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Pistons Weekly Recap December 13-21

The Detroit Pistons came into this week losing three games in a row, including two blowouts at home against the Minnesota Timberwolves and Miami Heat.

How would the team fare against two of the best teams in the league (Indiana and Portland) and a couple of teams (Charlotte and Boston) fighting for a playoff spot? Read More…

Pistons Recap: December 4-13

BMO Harris Bradley Center hosted the Pistons, on December 4, to take on the struggling Bucks. Detroit jumped out to a seven-point lead after the first quarter. Andre Drummond was a force early in the paint, scoring seven points and grabbing six boards to lead the Pistons.

But the Bucks charged back, opening the second quarter on a 19-5 run to take a 38-31 lead midway through the frame. Read More…

Opinion: Rodney Stuckey for Jeremy Lamb a Match Made in Heaven

What do Richard Hamilton, Andre Drummond, Ben Gordon, Charlie Villanueva and Jeremy Lamb have in common?  If you guessed that they all played for the University of Connecticut then you would be absolutely right. Would it not be nice if all of them at one point or another played for the Pistons?  Well, it may not be that far-fetched to think it could happen sooner rather than later.   Read More…

Opinion: Solving the Pistons’ Crisis

On Friday night, the Detroit Pistons (4-8) fell short at home to the Atlanta Hawks for the second time in three days. Despite a number of late runs by the Pistons, the Hawks held the lead for the majority of the game and pulled away in the end. The turning point in the game occurred under two minutes to go in the game.

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Pistons Recap: New York and Atlanta

The Pistons finally returned home from their grueling West Coast road trip to face Carmelo Anthony and the struggling New York Knicks. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope found himself in the starting lineup due to the absence of Will Bynum and Chauncey Billups, and looked to make the most out of the opportunity. With the depth of this roster, KCP has often found himself to be the odd man out, lucky to play more than five minutes. Read More…

Pistons Recap: Oklahoma City and Portland

The Oklahoma City Thunder came to the Palace of Auburn Hills on Friday for the first and only time this season.

The Pistons held on to a slim two-point lead after the first quarter, mostly due to 10 points by Josh Smith. But Kevin Durant and the Thunder charged back, taking an 11-point lead late in the second quarter. Less than two minutes into the third quarter, the Pistons tied the game back up at 56. Read More…

Horsepower – #2 – 11/7/13

The Detroit Pistons are now 2-2 on the season and have a tough west coast road trip coming up. Will they be able to overcome their struggles on the road and against the western conference from last year?

Horsepower debates if the Pistons will rise with their new additions, and gives you supported opinion on who in fantasy basketball is important to keep an eye on? Read More…

Battle of the Bigs: Detroit Pistons vs Indiana Pacers

The Detroit Pistons had their toughest test to date of the 2013 season on Tuesday night when they matched up against the undefeated, division rival Indiana Pacers in Auburn Hills, MI.  Indiana has been one of the most consistent teams in the NBA the last few years, coming off a trip to the Eastern Conference Finals last season where they lost to the Miami Heat in seven games. Read More…

Game 1 Preview: Wizards vs. Pistons

Pistons fans have waited 196 days for tonight’s game. It’s a new beginning for a new-look franchise. With promising off-season upgrades and solid draft picks, this year’s team will be entertaining to say the least. But before we get ahead of ourselves, let’s focus on tonight’s matchup.

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The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Joe Dumars

Since Joe Dumars was hired to be the General Manager of the Detroit Pistons, the former all-star has made some “interesting” moves. Some contributed to the 2004 championship win, others contributed to the franchise’s demise. Now Joe’s seat is getting warmer and warmer, and this season could make or break his chances of having a job in June. Read More…

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