Detroit Pistons Release 2017-18 ScheduleThe Detroit Pistons will make their downtown Detroit debut and open the 2017-18 NBA Season at Little Caesars Arena on Oct. 18 against the Charlotte Hornets.
ESPN's 'Finding Darko' To Air Sunday MorningE:60 will air a special video story this week on Darko Milicic, one of the NBA's biggest busts, and where he is now. The show airs at 9 a.m. on Sunday on ESPN.
Jason Maxiell Retires As A Detroit PistonThe Detroit Pistons announced today that the team has signed Jason Maxiell to a contract, allowing the forward to retire as a member of the Detroit Pistons organization.
NBA Board Approves Pistons' Downtown MoveThe NBA's board of governors has approved the Detroit Pistons' relocation to downtown Detroit.
Could The Pistons' Andre Drummond Be Traded For Kyrie Irving?All indications point to Kyrie Irving wanting out of LeBron James shadow in Cleveland.
First Look At The Detroit Pistons New Uniforms [PHOTOS]The agreement was jointly announced at a press conference today; financial terms were not disclosed. Detroit becomes the tenth NBA team to announce a jersey partner.
Pistons And Rest Of NBA To Have Nike Swoosh On Jerseys [PHOTO]For the 2017-18 NBA season the Detroit Pistons, as well the rest of the NBA, will have Nike as their sponsor with the swoosh on the jersey.
Detroit Pistons Sign Luis MonteroThe Detroit Pistons announced today that the team has signed guard/forward Luis Montero to a two-way contract.
Federal Judge Dismisses Pistons From Little Caesars Arena Funding CaseA judge disagreed saying their problem is more with the legislature than the teams or Olympia Entertainment.
Report: Pistons To Waive Michael GbinijeGbinije would have been guaranteed $1.3 million for next year had the Pistons kept him on the roster. The deadline to make a decision on Gbinije was Saturday.
Pistons, Bullock Agree On Two-Year, $5 Million DealThis past season Bullock appeared in 31 games for Detroit, averaging 4.5 points, 2.1 rebounds, 0.9 assists and 15.1 minutes played per game.
Detroit Pistons Renounce Rights To Guard Kentavious Caldwell-PopeThe Detroit Pistons announced today that the team has withdrawn its qualifying offer and renounced the rights to guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.