Memphis Takes Down Pistons 96-82In a battle with Detroit's Andre Drummond, Valanciunas had 26 points and 17 rebounds to lead the Grizzlies to a 96-82 victory over the Pistons on Monday night, sweeping the season series. 
Down 21 Pistons Rally In O.T. To Beat Denver 128-123It was the 400th career double-double for the 26-year-old Drummond. Only Dwight Howard, who was 25, has reached that milestone at a younger age.
Pistons Forward Markieff Morris Pays Tribute To Kobe BryantHere's how Detroit Pistons forward Markieff Morris paid tribute to the late Kobe Bryant.
Former Piston Dinwiddie Goes Off For 28 For BrooklynDinwiddie changed his number from No. 8, one of the numbers Bryant wore, to No. 26 on Tuesday. He said he picked the number by adding his birthday, April 6, with his son Elijah's April 20.
Younger Pistons Take Care Of Celtics In Beantown 116-103Detroit continued to be without starters Reggie Jackson (back), Blake Griffin (left knee surgery) and Luke Kennard (knee tendinitis). But Doumbouya has begun to get more comfortable lately, reaching double figures in seven of his last eight games. 
NBA Fines Rose $25,000Pistons guard Derrick Rose was fined $25,000 by the NBA on Tuesday for tossing a pen across the court during the end of Detroit's loss to New Orleans.
Pistons Lose To Lonzo Ball And The Pelicans 117-100Ball scored five of his 17 points in overtime and the Pelicans beat the Detroit Pistons 117-110.
Pistons Fall In OTTristan Thompson and the Cleveland Cavaliers finished a tumultuous couple days with an emotional victory.
Rose & Drummond Push Pistons Past Cavs 115-113Rose, who scored 24 points, scored on a runner in the lane to give Detroit a 114-113 lead and cap a comeback that began with the Pistons trailing 100-91 early in the fourth quarter.
Piston Losses Pile Up On Road TripBench stars Montrezl Harrell scored 23 points and Lou Williams added 22 in a 126-112 victory over the Detroit Pistons on Thursday night that gave the Clippers consecutive wins for the first time since Dec. 13.
Pistons Rout Wizards 132-102The Detroit Pistons didn't want to take a six-game losing streak into their longest road trip of the season.