This offseason makeover for the Detroit Pistons is a bit different than last year’s.
In signing Augustin and Caron Butler, Detroit got a pair of first-round picks who both made big contributions to playoff teams last season.
“We’re ready,” Van Gundy said later. “We hope it goes our way, but if not, we’ll adjust and move on.”
The U.S. will be led by Durant, the NBA scoring champion from the Oklahoma City Thunder who was the MVP of the 2010 World Championship, which has since been renamed.
The Pistons hope Meeks will help bolster their perimeter shooting after he averaged a career-high 15.7 points last season for the Los Angeles Lakers.
The first order of business this offseason has been to add some perimeter help for the team’s imposing set of big men.
Detroit Pistons Head Coach and President of Basketball Operations Stan Van Gundy announced today that the team has named Brian Wright as assistant general manager.
Gray split time with the Raptors and Kings last season, playing 37 games while posting averages of 1.8 points per game and 3.0 rebounds.
Honorable Mention- Pistons Game 1 1989 NBA Finals vs. Lakers June 6, 1989
The Detroit Pistons announced today that the club will participate in the 2014 Southwest Airlines Orlando Pro Summer League which will be held at the Amway Center’s practice court in Orlando, FL.