NBA Pick ATS for November 5: Indiana Pacers at Detroit Pistons
Steve Mitchell

Indiana Pacers (-1.5) at Detroit Pistons The Pick: Pacers 97-91 The Pacers are an elite team, and I feel very confident in saying that. With that said, both of these teams have been impressive three games into the 2013-14 season. […]

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DETROIT PISTONS

Andre Drummond Rising Stars Challenge MVP

The Rising Stars Challenge is only an exhibition game, but it’s still an entertaining affair that showcases some of the top upcoming talent that the NBA has to offer. Many would argue that most of the players don’t take the […]

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John Loyer

Heading into tonight’s contest with the San Antonio Spurs, there was a sense of intrigue surrounding the Detroit Pistons. Specifically, how would they respond to yesterday’s firing of head coach Maurice Cheeks? Detroit seemed hardly bothered as they were able […]

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Brandon Jennings and Greg Monreo

The firing of Detroit Pistons head coach Maurice Cheeks today is surely bringing more questions than answers to a team that is clearly in a state of disarray. Prior to the start of the season, team owner Tom Gores publicly […]

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Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

In a somewhat stunning move, the Detroit Pistons have fired head coach Maurice Cheeks after only 50 games in charge. This move has been described as an effort from Pistons owner Tom Gore to shake things up in Mo-Town, but […]

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Maurice Cheeks fired

Well, that didn’t take long. The Detroit Pistons have fired head coach Maurice Cheeks in his first season with the team. after getting off to a 21-29 start. In a miserable Eastern Conference, the Cheeks firing may be the first […]

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Andre Drummond and Josh Smith

Who would have thought that stringing a few wins together would be so tough? Tonight against the Denver Nuggets, the Detroit Pistons will be looking for back-to-back victories for the first time since January 11. They will do so against […]

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Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Based on the way the Orlando Magic handled the Detroit Pistons Wednesday night, you would never guess that they are only 14-37, a record good enough for the second worst team in the NBA. They shot 49 percent from the field, […]

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