The Detroit Pistons’ improved defensive effort continues to pay off.
Rookie Kyrie Irving had 14 points and seven assists to help the Cleveland Cavaliers beat Detroit 105-89 on Wednesday night, spoiling the Pistons’ first home opener with new owner Tom Gores.
After just one NBA game, Cleveland’s Kyrie Irving realizes he has a lot to learn about what’s needed to achieve success in the professional ranks.
Before a sparse crowd in Auburn Hills the Detroit Pistons lose the exhibition opener to the Cleveland Cavaliers 91-87 on Friday.
Why did Dan Gilbert have to buy the Cleveland Cavaliers? Why couldn’t he hold out a few more years and purchase the Pistons?
Due in large part to their inability to stop anyone, the Detroit Pistons haven’t won on the road since before the All-Star break.
According to Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski, not only were the Pistons unable to trade guard Rip Hamilton to the Cavaliers before today’s 3 pm deadline, Hamilton was the person who killed the deal.
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Forget the NBA record, the Cavaliers are officially as bad as any team in any pro sport.
The Red Wings with some payback on their minds as they host the Predators at the Joe tonight. Nashville shut out Detroit 3-0 on the road Saturday.