Blake Griffin And Coach Casey Devise Plan For NBA Grind"I sort of consider this summer a healthy summer," Griffin said. "It was kind of a four-to-six-week recovery. I think I was back on the court mid-June — so really only a couple weeks after I was last summer."
AP Source Reporting Joe Johnson Signs With PistonsA person with knowledge of the agreement says the Detroit Pistons have reached a deal with 38-year-old swingman Joe Johnson.
Former Pistons Announcer Fred McLeod Dies At 67The longtime sportscaster and announcer, who called Cleveland's NBA championship in 2016 and told his cameraman to keep rolling when Stanford's band was on the field in 1982, died Monday. He was 67.
Former Bad Boy Laimbeer Surprised By 'Land Of Lost' Cast"We had to wear wet suits and full masks and everything," Laimbeer said. "We were supposed to be their enemies and we mainly just hissed on the show. It was a lot of fun."
Pistons Settle Zeke Upshaw Death LawsuitThe NBA and the Detroit Pistons have settled a lawsuit with the family of a G League player who died after collapsing during a game last year.
Pistons Claim Christian Wood Off WaiversThe Detroit Pistons have claimed Christian Wood off waivers.
Pistons Spruce Up Rouge Park On Eve Of First 3-On-3 Hoop TournamentFormer Pistons players Earl Cureton and Don Reid are expected to join Pistons and Rock Venture employees Thursday for tree plantings, brush clearing, painting and other beautification projects at Rouge Park.
Pistons Remain Unbeaten In Summer League, Beat 76ers 96-81Bruce Brown had a triple double and the Detroit Pistons beat the Philadelphia 76ers 96-81 on Wednesday to remain unbeaten in the NBA Summer League.
Pistons Win As NBA Summer League Resumes ActionThe overhead scoreboard at the Thomas & Mack Center swayed during the quake, which caused major concern about safety. The floor in the Cox arena sustained minor damage that was repaired.
Pistons Owner Tom Gores Not Done With Palace Land Just YetThe Pistons moved from The Palace and begin playing in their new downtown arena in 2017. They are preparing to move remaining team and business operations from The Palace to the new Henry Ford Detroit Pistons Performance Center in Detroit, which is scheduled to be finished this fall.
Pistons Take Doumbouya At No. 15Sekou Doumbouya is still only 18 and he didn't start playing basketball until he was 12.