Detroit Sports Nation’s Top Five Christmas Wish List

The sports scene in Detroit has been through a lot this year, but with Christmas right around the corner, maybe a Christmas miracle will happen. The Lions, Pistons, Red Wings and Tigers could all use a miracle right now. The Lions (3-9-1), Pistons (10-15), and Red Wings (8-22-3) currently hold losing records so far this … Read more

NBA Free Agency: A team-by-team rundown

As we patiently wait to get word from Auburn Hills on what the Pistons plan to do with all that cap space, DSN has decided to check in around the league and see how things are shaking out.  NBA free agency officially kicked off at 12:01 Wednesday morning and while deals can’t be signed until July … Read more

Game Preview: Rodney Stuckey Returns to the Palace

Matchup: Indiana Pacers (10-19) @ Detroit Pistons (5-23) When: 7:30 p.m., Fox Sports Detroit What to Watch For:  1. The Return of Stuck: Rodney Stuckey returns to Auburn Hills tonight, this time as the starting two-guard for the Indiana Pacers. Stuckey’s time in Detroit was often marred by inconsistent play and controversy. His great play tended to come in bursts: … Read more

Detroit Pistons Mailbag

This week I received your emails and tweets with your Detroit Pistons questions. I’m here to answer them as best I can. Don Merriman Q: What free agents are we targeting? With #greg monroe a restricted free agent, are we looking to match an offer sheet from another team? Lastly, who are looking at in … Read more

Detroit Pistons drop season finale but Kentavious Caldwell-Pope shines

It’s been another long, disappointing season for the Detroit Pistons, but rookie Kentavious Caldwell-Pope showed some potential in the season finale. The Pistons went into Oklahoma City to take on likely MVP Kevin Durant and the Thunder without Josh Smith and Rodney Stuckey. Interim coach John Loyer decided to start Caldwell-Pope and KCP showed why … Read more

Detroit Pistons win fourth straight home game

I started watching tonight’s game with doubt, dispair, and expecting another loss. What happened on Saturday night against the visiting Denver Nuggets surprised me a bunch. The Pistons played with swagger, they played defense when they had to, and they played together. In the first, Denver led 14-4 early behind 3’s by Wilson Chandler and … Read more

Detroit Pistons close out Wizards on the road

After getting shellacked on their home court last night against the Utah Jazz, the Detroit Pistons hopped on the plane and flew to our nation’s capital to take on the Washington Wizards. The last time the Pistons visited the Verizon Center, the Wizards blew them out and the Pistons left with a little bit of … Read more

Detroit Pistons road dominance continues

It is rare for young teams to play better on the road than at home, but in the Detroit Pistons’ case it’s holding true. The Pistons are coming off two losses at home where they blew a 20-point lead to the Charlotte Bobcats at home on Friday then got obliterated by Dwight Howard and the … Read more