Mario Hezonja is one of the more highly sought after players in the 2015 NBA Draft.
Stan Van Gundy wants to keep expectations reasonable as the Detroit Pistons prepare to make yet another mid-level lottery pick.
Jahlil Okafor’s wait is almost over.
Karl-Anthony Towns hoisted a child high up toward his shoulders, letting the youngster at an NBA community service event feel what it was like to rock the rim with a dunk.
“If you were one or two it might be a little bit different, but at eight, again, we’re looking future,” Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy said.
Here’s a list of five players that Stan Van Gundy and the Detroit Pistons could realistically go after in free agency this summer.
“The door’s not closed,” Pistons head coach and president of basketball operations Stan Van Gundy said Monday.
“I said to Jeff … ‘Who makes that up?'” Van Gundy said. “I’ve always wondered about things that we have never even had one discussion on.”
Here’s a look at who some experts think the Detroit Pistons will select with the eighth pick in the NBA Draft this season.
Gray suffered a cardiac episode during training camp last September and was ruled out indefinitely. Gray was later waived and the Pistons traded for Joel Anthony to fill in.