An anonymous rookie several weeks ago, Ray McCallum is making opponents take note of his game.
Josh Smith scored 24 points and Rodney Stuckey added 23 to lift the Detroit Pistons to a 99-89 victory over the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday night.
The new fad in the NBA is video bombing your teammate while he is doing an interview after a victory.
The Pistons built a 10-point advantage after three quarters and their lead remained in double figures for much of the fourth as Detroit won its first road game of the season.
The Sacramento Kings have signed second-round draft pick Ray McCallum.
One grew up in such poverty he had days when he wondered where he would find his next meal. The other is a coach’s son who attended the same high school as a player whose jersey is retired in the rafters.
The NBA has suspended Sacramento Kings forward Thomas Robinson for two games for elbowing Detroit’s Jonas Jerebko in the neck.
While the Detroit Pistons have played well enough to move back into the Eastern Conference playoff mix in the Eastern Conference, struggles on the road against the West threaten to derail their momentum.
After a horrendous start, the Detroit Pistons are playing their best basketball of the season.
An experienced lineup of veterans didn’t panic after opening the season with five straight losses. Nearly two weeks after that awful start, the Detroit Pistons are on the mend.