Tom Gores has always been enthusiastic about the Detroit Pistons.
For the first time since he bought the team in 2011, they are actually giving him a reason to be excited.
Gores attended Wednesday's win over the Orlando Magic, speaking to the media at halftime before addressing the coaches and players after the game.
"I'm happy -- really and honestly -- for our fans and the city...
The Detroit Pistons are 11-3 since waiving Josh Smith on December 22.
We all knew Smith wasn’t a good fit in Mo-town, but seriously?
Personally, I like to say I told you so to anyone and everyone who thought it was a good idea for the Pistons to sign Smith in the first place.
He’s a career 27 percent shooter from behind the arc. He shot 26 percent last year and took 265 triples...
Detroit Pistons head coach Stan Van Gundy dropped an F-bomb that was caught on television while setting up his defense in a huddle during the final second of Tuesday night's upset win over San Antonio.The Pistons had a 105-104 lead with under a second left, and the Spurs would have the chance for one final shot. Van Gundy had a simple plan for defense:"We just form a f---ing wall...
Stan Van Gundy proved on Tuesday night that the best way to reach NBA players is by cussing. Okay, that’s not really the lesson we learned, but it’s still a funny thought to ponder. TV cameras were filming Van Gundy as the coach spoke with his Pistons players prior to the last play in Detroit’s...Read More
AT&T CENTER – Before the San Antonio Spurs (21-14) and Detroit Pistons (10-23) prepare to face off in their first meeting of the season, Pistons head coach Stan Van Gundy spoke with the media, where he complimented the Spurs’ model of consistency and discussed how his team has played better since the release of one […]
Amid the surprising news of Josh Smith's waiver from the Pistons, we can't help but wonder if Detroit coach and president of basketball ops Stan Van Gundy wasn't singing this tune today::-) About Afternoon Delight: From time to time, Celticslife.com posts an original (most of the time), humorous creation for your delight. View past Afternoon Delight postings. follow E K on twitter @wilkeduhn
It’s no secret that the Detroit Pistons have been a trainwreck for the past seasons as a casualty of a strangely constructed roster—loaded with talent, but lacking in any sort of basketball chemistry.
That losing culture was supposed to change, at least somewhat, this season due to the team’s offseason hiring of veteran coach Stan Van Gundy. However, it has remained exactly...