A Tearful Ceremony For Hamilton Was The Proper Bow On His Pistons CareerRip Hamilton accomplished most things in his life that he put his mind to -- even some he didn't.
Isiah Thomas Thanks Billups, '04 Team For Building Pistons' 'Tradition'“This is what tradition looks like, this is what it feels like – numbers, banners."
Billups Remembered For His Mr. Big Shot Personality, As Jersey Is RaisedHe was that guy that ticked off the players opposite him, because he could take them down so effortlessly and look so cool-headed while doing it.
Emotional Ben Wallace Watches His Jersey Retired In Front Of Sellout Crowd“You embody what we’re trying to create,” team owner Tom Gores said.
Karsch And Anderson Champ And Chump 11-08-11Champ: Virtual Rip -- who went for 31 and 42 in two simulated games this weekend. Chump: We Are Penn State
Pistons Report: Getting InsideA day after most of the team's veterans didn't show up for a shootaround, the Pistons managed to get through an entire game without creating more controversy.
Rip Hamilton Remains A Piston, Killed His Own TradeAccording to Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski, not only were the Pistons unable to trade guard Rip Hamilton to the Cavaliers before today’s 3 pm deadline, Hamilton was the person who killed the deal.
Matt Dery's Random Thoughts 2-8-11
Jeff Riger: Rip Might Have Played Once But Will He Play Again?
Hamilton Says His Future With Detroit Is UncertainPistons guard Richard Hamilton says Saturday he has no idea why he was inactive for Detroit's 92-82 win over New Jersey the night before and doesn't know what to expect next. Hamilton told the Associated Press that it's one of the most trying times of his career in a brief conversation before the Pistons played the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night
Hamilton Re-Activated For Milwaukee GameCoach John Kuester said Hamilton would be active against the Bucks. ``I just found out that I was active just now,'' Hamilton said walking to the locker room. ``Your guess is as good as mine, man.''
Matt Dery's Daily Update 1-24-11