Pistons signed center Justin PattonThe Detroit Pistons signed center Justin Patton on Friday, hoping the 2017 first-round pick can stay healthy to help the franchise's turnaround.
Pro Sports Has No Universal Playbook For Virus TestingThere is no universal playbook for coronavirus testing in professional sports.
Nascar, Baseball, NBA And NFL, Could There Be Sports In Our Future?The PGA Tour and IndyCar racing are planning to resume next month, Major League Soccer clubs beginning individual workouts, a handful of NBA teams reopening their training facilities Friday — are an indication that some form of normality is returning.
Sports Leagues Come Together To Recognize Health Care WorkersNew Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, Hockey Hall of Famer Wayne Gretzky, and U.S. women's soccer star Carli Lloyd are among the athletes participating in a project to recognize and celebrate health care workers for their efforts during the coronavirus pandemic.
May 8th Earliest Plan For NBA ReturnThe NBA has pushed back the possible reopening date of some team practice facilities for at least a week until May 8 at the earliest.
College Hoops Player Bound For NBA Charged In MurderA Tulane University basketball player who recently declared for the NBA draft is charged with murder and other counts in a Georgia slaying.
Poll: Fans Sound Off On If They Would Feel Safe Attending GamesSome of the findings from the Seton Hall Sports Poll in which 762 U.S. adults reached by phone April 6-8 were asked their thoughts during the coronavirus pandemic that has shut down the nation's sports calendar.
Maintaining Physical & Mental Health During CoronavirusNFL running back Marshawn Lynch delivered solid advice for his younger colleagues in a post-game interview: take care of your bodies, your mentals, this is also applicable for everyone during COVID-19.
Coronavirus Hits Four Brooklyn Nets Including DurantFour Brooklyn Nets players, including Kevin Durant, have tested positive for the new coronavirus, bringing the total to seven known players in the NBA.
Coronavirus Puts Sports On Hold Across NationIt was the week the sports stopped. Basketball. Hockey. Baseball. Golf. Soccer. Tennis.
NBA Player Tests Positive For Virus, NBA Shuts DownIt started as a joke: Before leaving a post-practice interview session Rudy Gobert touched all the tape recorders that were placed before him on a table, devices that reporters who cover the Utah Jazz were using during an availability with him on Monday before a game with the Detroit Pistons.
Pistons Fall To 76ers 124-106Joel Embiid swished a 3 from the top of the arc and stretched his arms toward a wildly cheering crowd.
OKC Thunder Hold On To Beat Pistons 114-107Christian Wood scored a career-high 29 points for the Pistons, who are without Derrick Rose (right ankle sprain) and have been missing Blake Griffin (left knee surgery) for a while.
Rose Has Sprained AnklePistons guard Derrick Rose has a sprained right ankle and is expected to be re-evaluated in two weeks.
Healthy Denver Nuggets Thump Pistons 115-98Jerami Grant scored a career-high 29 points and Jokic had a season-best four steals to help the healed-up Nuggets beat the Detroit Pistons 115-98 on Tuesday night.