Top 5 Most electrifying athletes in Detroit sports history

The city of Detroit has a long and storied sports tradition. From the dominance of the Detroit Red Wings in the 1990s, the 3-time NBA champion Detroit Pistons, the charter American League member and 4-time world champion Detroit Tigers to…well…the lovable Detroit Lions. To honor all that championship pedigree, history, and Honolulu Blue and Silver heartbreak we decided to put together … Read more

Former Detroit Pistons F Rasheed Wallace lands coaching gig

According to reports, former Detroit Pistons fan-favorite Rasheed Wallace has landed a new coaching gig. Shams Charania is reporting that Wallace, who won the 2004 NBA Championship with the Pistons, has agreed to a deal to become an assistant coach at the University of Memphis under Penny Hardaway. SHEEEEEEED!!!!! 16-year NBA veteran Rasheed Wallace – … Read more

Former Detroit Pistons fan-favorite Rasheed Wallace emerges a prime candidate for coaching gig

You knew it was just a matter of time before former Detroit Pistons fan-favorite Rasheed Wallace started to make his way up the coaching ranks and according to a report from Marc Stein he could be about to take the next step. Stein is reporting that sources of his have indicated that Wallace has emerged … Read more

Former Detroit Pistons’ Rasheed Wallace “Ball Don’t Lie” Compilation [Video]

As you know, Rasheed Wallace was part of the Detroit Pistons 2004 NBA Championship team after being traded to Detroit by the Atlanta Hawks. Throughout his career, Wallace loved to yell, “ball don’t lie” after an opposing player would miss a free throw following a questionable foul. In honor of Wallace, we give to you … Read more

Flashback: Detroit Pistons defeat Spurs on Christmas 2005 at The Palace

It was their first matchup since Game 7 of the 2005 NBA Finals, a heartbreaking loss for the Detroit Pistons in their bid to win back to back championships. The San Antonio Spurs came to the sold-out Palace of Auburn Hills for a Christmas Day rematch with Detroit, who ended up winning the game handily … Read more

MUST SEE: Pistons Reggie Jackson yells, ‘Ball don’t f-ing lie’ after missed FT

NBA: Orlando Magic at Detroit Pistons

Former Detroit Piston Rasheed Wallace is most famous for one single phrase. ”Ball don’t lie!” He would often use the phrase after a bad call which was followed by one or more missed free throws by the opposing team. On Wednesday, during an embarrassing loss to the Miami Heat, Pistons guard Reggie Jackson channeled his … Read more

DSN Exclusive Interview with Detroit Pistons announcer Mason

Deee-troit Basketball! Every Detroit Pistons’ fan immediately knows the popular chant that became a staple at home games during the 2004 championship run. It’s become a rallying cry behind some of the biggest moments in Pistons’ history and still pumps up the fans today. But who is the man who’s voice has become synonymous with Motor … Read more

Rasheed Wallace’s bold assessment of today’s NBA vs. 2004 Pistons

Former Detroit Pistons forward Rasheed Wallace was never shy about speaking his mind during his time wearing the Pistons’ blue, red and white. Of course, not much has changed these days. He’s still happy to let you know what he’s thinking, and he had quite the assessment regarding the championship team in 2004 that he … Read more

Top 5 hottest 15-game starts in Detroit Pistons history

The Detroit Pistons are off to a blazing-hot start in the 2017-18 season, after splitting the first four games, Motown went on a 3-game win streak, followed by a 5-game win streak to reach 10 wins in their first 13 games. Despite last night’s tough 99-95 loss at Milwaukee, the Pistons are still 4th-best in … Read more

Rasheed Wallace: 2004 Detroit Pistons would ‘run through’ today’s NBA teams

That Rasheed Wallace guy… remember him? He always had something to say, whether on the court or off. Apparently, he hasn’t changed much since retirement. We’ve heard the question for quite some time: Would (insert team name here) be able to beat the Golden State Warriors? The teams that are generally inserted in that blank are Michael Jordan‘s Chicago Bulls, … Read more

Remembering The Palace: The building’s best moments

The Pistons are about to play their final game at the Palace of Auburn Hills, a building that has certainly provided the franchise many great moments. As an ode to one of the best basketball arenas of all time, we took to the DSN staff to find out some stand out moments that the Palace … Read more

WATCH: Former Detroit Pistons PF Rasheed Wallace explains origin of ‘Ball Don’t Lie!’

During his time with the Detroit Pistons, Rasheed Wallace left his fans with some unbelievable moments. Not only did he help lead Detroit to an NBA Championship, but his intensity and passion on the court is something Pistons’ fans will never forget. Recently, “Sheed” joined host Kevin Garnett on his Area 21 show and talked about the … Read more

FBF: Rasheed Wallace buzzer-beater from beyond half court [VIDEO]

March 26, 2007 – 10 years to the day of the infamous “Fight Night at the Joe” – became known in Detroit sports history for a different kind of accomplishment. A ridiculous game-tying shot from Detroit Pistons forward Rasheed Wallace tied the score against the Denver Nuggets at 98 points apiece. After the Nuggets flubbed … Read more

LISTEN: Joe Dumars on Pistons tenure, trading for Rasheed and nearly trading for Kobe

Former Detroit Pistons general manager Joe Dumars joined Adrian Wojnarowski on ‘The Vertical’ podcast to discuss a range of subjects, including the 2000’s Pistons that he oversaw, the trade for Rasheed Wallace that served as a springboard to the 2004 NBA title, and how Kobe Bryant nearly landed in the Motor City. New @TheVertical Podcast … Read more

Piston to retire Rip Hamilton’s jersey

A fixture on the Detroit Pistons teams of the 2000’s, Richard ‘Rip’ Hamilton will have his jersey retired in February. Add No. 32 to the rafters. The Pistons are retiring Rip Hamilton's jersey. https://t.co/VvYcpkBHVW — Brad Galli (@BradGalli) December 23, 2016 Hamilton wore #32 for the Pistons and along with teammates Ben Wallace, Chauncey Billups, Rasheed Wallace, and Tayshaun Prince … Read more