One thing I’ve learned from sports fandom is never, ever put too much stock into what you see in the preseason.
“Man, look, I’ve had my 15 minutes of fame,” Billups said. “I just want to help.”
Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond and forward Kyle Singler were both named to the 2012-13 NBA All-Rookie Second Team, the NBA announced today.
Our good friend “Buckets” is back at it.
It’s apparently Alonzo Gee day on CBSSports.com.
Did the Pistons expect this kind of productivity from Kyle Singler?
We now know why Kyle Singler is called “buckets.” The Pistons rookie did a trick shot video shoot and he is impressive.
The struggling Orlando Magic expect one of the two starters injured in their first contest to return for the opener of a three-game trip.
Will Kyle Singler stay in the starting lineup for tomorrow night vs. Orlando?
The Ticket’s Matt Dery goes one on one with Pistons rookie forward Kyle Singler.