Forward Tayshaun Prince unwittingly summed up the Pistons’ drama-filled season with one word he uttered in the locker room in mid-January.
Forward Tayshaun Prince spreads the blame around for the Pistons’ second straight trip to the draft lottery. The Pistons were officially eliminated from the playoff chase Friday but still have six games remaining.
Tayshaun Prince has lost his touch from long range. Prince has made just two of 12 three-point attempts this month, including a 1-for-3 effort against Miami Wednesday.
Pistons coach John Kuester used an old-school approach Wednesday. He started his four oldest players — Ben Wallace, Richard Hamilton, Tayshaun Prince and Tracy McGrady — in his 18th lineup this season.
Richard Hamilton on Saturday made his first start since Dec. 17 against Denver. Hamilton replaced Ben Gordon in the lineup after back-to-back 20-point games off the bench.
Guard Ben Gordon is the only player who has played in every game this season. Tracy McGrady and Tayshaun Prince had played in every game this season until both sat out in Philadelphia last week.
This is it. This is rock bottom. It cannot get worse than this, right? Doesn’t matter if they’re winning or losing, this is the very bottom of the professionalism barrel. There are ruins, there is rubble, and there’s the Detroit Pistons.
The Detroit Pistons have been a disaster all season, and after the organization failed to move any of its disgruntled veterans prior to Thursday’s trade deadline, five players staged a “protest” by skipping practice on Friday, according to the Detroit News.
There is a lot that I know about the Detroit Pistons and how they are run. There is also a lot that I do not know because Joe Dumars and his staff have always elected to keep many matters “in-house” and in private.
The Pistons had a nice overtime win against the Pacers on Wednesday night behind Tayshaun Prince’s 25 points. After the game 97.1 Ticket had a moment to catch up with Tayshaun Prince and Rodney Stuckey. […]