During the 2nd Annual SportsFest Pistons forward Austin Daye was there to sign autographs. After Austin signed for his fans he did his segment called “Daye Walking”. Daye talked to the 97.1 The Ticket Ticket […]
The Pistons say they are starting fresh these last 21 games and no more infighting. Pistons are focused on as Charlie Sheen would say, “winning”.
Brandon Rush’s dunk with 5.4 seconds remaining gave the surging Indiana Pacers a 102-101 victory over the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday night.
Head coach John Kuester has been second-guessed by his players and the media on a regular basis this season. It was more of the same Sunday night after he rode his second unit during the fourth quarter of a close loss to Portland.
1. The Pistons are 5-3 since benching Rip Hamilton. That is 5 wins and 3 losses, and easily could be 6-2 if not for a meltdown at the end of the Boston game last week. […]
At 6-feet-11 and somewhere around 210 pounds, Austin Daye will be the Pistons’ starting power forward in the season opener Wednesday at New Jersey.
The Pistons can’t wait to see what they have in Austin Daye.
The Detroit Pistons lost their first Summer League game Monday night, falling to 2-1 in summer play.
It’s noon on Memorial Day, and while many NBA players are relaxing, the only light Pistons forward Austin Daye can see is from the windows of a Las Vegas gym.
Much to the chagrin of fans dreaming of a high lottery pick, the Pistons won’t carry a 17-game losing streak into next season.
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