Pistons Brandon Knight To Join John S. And James L. Knight Foundation And KaBOOM! To Build A Detroit Playground
Pistons guard Brandon Knight will join 200 volunteers from the Detroit area, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and organizers from KaBOOM! on Saturday, June 23 to build a new playground in Detroit.
The Detroit Pistons will draft 9th overall in the 2012 NBA Draft. The Pistons had a 1.7% of landing the first overall pick.
Detroit Pistons guard Brandon Knight has been named to the 2011-12 NBA All-Rookie First Team, the NBA announced today.
Everyone around the Pistons organization eagerly points out the progress the franchise made this season.
President of Basketball Operations Joe Dumars built the Pistons into a powerhouse during the last decade by signing or acquiring either veterans in their prime or younger players ready to blossom into quality starters.
Guard Brandon Knight made four three-pointers against the Suns, giving him 67 this season.
This year, a new format is being implemented …For the first time, rookies and sophomores will be mixed together on teams.
Brandon Knight impressed his coaches and teammates in recent days with his mental toughness.
All those lopsided losses in January led to ugly plus-minus stats for the Pistons’ regulars.
Brandon Knight is already making an impression on a Detroit team eager for a fresh start.