Former University of Connecticut players Richard Hamilton, Ben Gordon and Charlie Villanueva chartered a plane from Washington, D.C. to Houston Monday to attend the Huskies’ NCAA national championship victory over Butler.
Taking care of the basketball doesn’t always translate to success. The Pistons have committed an average of 12.8 turnovers per game, the fewest in the league, yet are 21 games below .500.
If nothing else, the Pistons might have invented a new position this season: the fourth-quarter closer.
Charlie Villanueva is the latest player to enter John Kuester’s doghouse.
Richard Hamilton has struggled to find his shot since he was restored to the rotation three games ago.
[getty id="37583" title="Detroit Pistons v Atlanta Hawks (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)" src="http://cbswxyt.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/106915690-296x385.jpg"] Although coach John Kuester appears comfortable with things the way they are, a case can be made for starting Charlie Villanueva.
Is power forward Charlie Villanueva playing well enough to start? Villanueva had 16 points and eight rebounds in a 99-88 loss to Minnesota on Friday, and 19 points and three rebounds in a 97-94 loss […]
Matt Dery caught up Charlie Villanueva at the Detroit Pistons media day, find out what Charlie V had to say!
The Toronto Star is reporting that Detroit Pistons forward Charlie Villanueva faces a charge of domestic assault after a May 19 incident in Burlington, Ontario.
CV31 had been relatively quiet recently.