Since NBA free agency began, the Detroit Pistons have been linked to a plethora of star small forwards. A gaggle. Myriad, even.
Yahoo Sports reports that Dumars, Detroit’s president of basketball operations, met with Smith at the earliest possible moment of free agency – 12:01 a.m. Monday.
Would you let former NBA bad boy Rasheed Wallace represent your organization and take a leadership role?
The Detroit president of basketball operations said he tried to play the team’s hand close to the vest and refrain from tipping others off to what the organization wanted to do.
So the Pistons passed on Trey Burke to take Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.
I’m not one of those NBA fans that thinks I could be a GM.
Joe Dumars and the Detroit Pistons have become pretty familiar with this spot in the NBA draft.
By now you know that the Pistons have officially named Maurice Cheeks as their new head coach.
Nearly two months after Lawrence Frank was fired, the Detroit Pistons introduced their new coach — Maurice Cheeks.
Joe Dumars said the status of his job as president of basketball operations never came up during offseason discussions about how to turn around the Detroit Pistons, a franchise that has won 30 or fewer games in five straight seasons and missed the playoffs in the past four.