The 10 Greatest Dunkers in Pistons History

We know. You’re wondering, “There’s 10 great dunkers in Detroit Pistons history?” In a word: kinda. We’re here to breakdown Detroit’s top above-the-rim finishers, counting all the way down to the most spectacular high flyer in Pistons history. Is Andre Drummond’s breakneck dunk pace (167 crams in 2015 alone) enough to catapult him into the top 5 … Read more

Who’s who of who’s new: 6 Fresh Pistons join the fold

Ahead of tonight’s opener in Denver, Stan Van Gundy and the rest of the Detroit Pistons front office kept themselves quite busy this summer by partaking in a little much needed under-the-hood maintenance. While larger moves loomed but ultimately stalled, the Pistons quietly opted to pursue lower profile means of addressing some pressing needs that may go a long way toward improving upon last season’s 29-win mountain of underachievement. Here’s a quick rundown of the new guys:

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Miguel Cabrera Undergoes Successful Ankle Surgery

According to the Detroit Tigers Official Twitter feed, first baseman Miguel Cabrera has undergone successful surgery on his right ankle to remove bone spurs and repair a stress fracture to his navicular bone. The procedure was performed by Dr. Robert Anderson in Charlotte, North Carolina. Currently, Cabrera is scheduled to be reevaluated in three months. Cabrera, … Read more

Grantland Ranks Pistons 22nd, But There’s a Catch…

Popular sports & pop-culture website Grantland.com released their 2014-2015 NBA season video preview for the Detroit Pistons earlier this week. And while co-host Bill Simmons felt more than comfortable slotting the Pistons at an unflattering 22nd overall, it was Detroit-native Jalen Rose who caught Simmons off-guard by suggesting a playoff berth may be upon the horizon for his … Read more