AP Source: Cavaliers Owner, Billups Meeting For 2nd TimeA person familiar with the negotiations says Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert is meeting for the second straight day with former NBA star Chauncey Billups about a front-office position.
A Tearful Ceremony For Hamilton Was The Proper Bow On His Pistons CareerRip Hamilton accomplished most things in his life that he put his mind to -- even some he didn't.
Joe Dumars Opens Up About Late-Tenure Mistakes, Kobe Trade That Wasn'tIf Joe Dumars had a do-over in his final years as general manager of the Pistons, he'd strip things down and start from scratch.
Chauncey Billups: Pistons' Move Downtown 'Good For The City And Organization'The Pistons will likely move in to the still-under-construction Little Caesars Arena with the Detroit Red Wings next fall.
Tom Gores At Chauncey Billups Night [VIDEO]Billups does have a mild regret about his run of success with the Pistons. He figures they could have won more titles.
Isiah Thomas Thanks Billups, '04 Team For Building Pistons' 'Tradition'“This is what tradition looks like, this is what it feels like – numbers, banners."
Billups Remembered For His Mr. Big Shot Personality, As Jersey Is RaisedHe was that guy that ticked off the players opposite him, because he could take them down so effortlessly and look so cool-headed while doing it.
Terry Foster: Billups Went Through Fire, Came Out On The Other SideWe are often left on the outside of the inner workings of a professional sports teams.
Billups Set To Have Jersey Retired, Reflects On 'Anomaly' Of 2004 Title Team"We weren’t that guy, but collectively we found out that putting it together and doing it the right way, we could all be stars.”
In Honor Of Having His Number Retired, Here Are Three Memorable Chauncey Billups Moments [VIDEOS]Billups transitioned into the face of the Detroit Pistons. A three-time All-Star with the Pistons and known as "Mr. Big Shot," Billups won over the fans of the city.
Pistons Making Progress At Midway Point Of Regular SeasonThe Palace was packed all the way to its highest seats, and fans were roaring for Ben Wallace, Chauncey Billups and the core of Detroit's 2004 championship team.
Emotional Ben Wallace Watches His Jersey Retired In Front Of Sellout Crowd“You embody what we’re trying to create,” team owner Tom Gores said.