Things got a little chippy at the Palace of Auburn Hills on Friday night as the Pistons hosted the Toronto Raptors for what was more of a home game for the visiting squad.
Brandon Jennings scored 22 points to lead Detroit, which extended its single-season franchise record for consecutive home losses and moved within seven of the NBA record set by the 1993-94 Dallas Mavericks.
Everyone’s favorite “human victory cigar,” Darko Milicic, has made his professional kickboxing debut.
Chandler Parsons hasn’t adjusted to the Dallas Mavericks as quickly as he would have liked.
Detroit Pistons president and coach Stan Van Gundy can either choose to let this season go down as a lost year, hope to get a good draft pick and make all of his moves in the summer, or try to improve his team now.
Bynum played his first game for the Guangdong Southern Tigers Friday night, when apparently the team’s equipment manager took the night off.
The Pistons used a 24-14 advantage in the third quarter and never relinquished the lead in registering back-to-back wins for only the second time all season.
Andre Drummond — who finished with 23 points and 14 rebounds — sank a free throw with 2.5 seconds left, to lead the Detroit Pistons over the Phoenix Suns 105-103 win Friday night.
Dick Vitale has a new book out called “Awesome Baby” in which he talks about his early days coaching both the University of Detroit and the Detroit Pistons.
The teams entered with a combined record of 4-34, the second-worst in NBA history for teams about to play each other — with a minimum of 38 combined games.