The Detroit Pistons are rumored to be interested in acquiring Thaddeus Young of the Brooklyn Nets for Brandon Jennings.
It wasn't exactly an explosive dunk attempt, but Thaddeus Young still made a nice block of Ersan Ilyasova to save a basket for the Brooklyn Nets.
It isn't often we get to see someone completely own LeBron James on the basketball court. However, Detroit Pistons SG Kentavious Caldwell-Pope got the best of 'King James' on Friday night, as he appeared out of thin air to emphatically reject James' shot from downtown.
With Jahlil Okafor out for the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday night against the Detroit Pistons, Nerlens Noel had an opportunity to shine, and he took advantage. Noel makes Andre Drummond look feeble on this play, and that isn't an easy thing to do.
The Detroit Pistons signed the relatively anonymous Aron Baynes to a surprising three-year, $20 million deal. In a less surprising result, Baynes has remained mediocre.
The Detroit Pistons have gotten better as a team, but how much of that is because of Reggie Jackson?
The Detroit Pistons have made strides, and their grade for the season thus far reflects that.
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Y'all know me, still the same OG. These continue to be the best thing on The Internet lately, and I hope they keep coming.
On Wednesday night, Detroit Pistons head coach Stan Van Gundy lost his mind over a meaningless possession against the Boston Celtics, and the entire situation was nothing short of glorious.
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Posted by Andre Drummond on Tuesday, January 5, 2016
The Barack dubs are out of control, and they just keep getting better. In an effort to hype up his #AllStarVote, Andre Drummond shared this dope video of Barack Obama 'Jumpman' song parody using only Obama speeches. Now that takes skill.