Category: Detroit Pistons

DeAndre Jordan on His Monster Dunk Over Brandon Knight

Tuesday, March 12th, 2013

DeAndre Jordan has given us one of the highlights of the year in the NBA. No, not Blake Griffin, but his less-heralded, high-flying teammate, who posterized Brandon Knight Sunday with a monster dunk on an alley-oop. http://youtu.be/NTkN2q6sUUk DeAndre Jordan joined Petros and Money on Fox Sports Radio to discuss his huge dunk ...

Dennis Rodman: NBA Teams Today are Trying to Buy Rings Instead of Playing to Win One

Friday, February 8th, 2013

Just when you think Dennis Rodman has done everything crazy that you could possibly think of, think again. The Hall of Fame basketball player has a children's book these days, but says he's continuing to travel the world like he did when he was a player. He discusses his career, his ...

Grizzlies CEO Jason Levien on the Rudy Gay Trade: “We Think we Took a Step Forward”

Friday, February 1st, 2013

The Memphis Grizzlies have new ownership and they have new faces in their front office, and those new faces have made some changes to what looked like a championship-contending team in the Western Conference. And perhaps not for the better. A few weeks ago, the Grizzlies made an under-the-radar deal that ...

Metta World Peace is Now Friends With the Guy Who Threw the Drink at Him in Detroit

Friday, July 20th, 2012

There are some things in life you just have to hear for your own to believe. The following interview is one of those things. More than seven years after the Malice at the Palace -- the brawl between the Detroit Pistons and Indiana Pacers -- Metta World Peace is now ...

Joe Dumars Is Not Without Blame for the Pistons Disappointing Season

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

The days of the Detroit Pistons winning nearly 60 games in the regular season and competing for an NBA Championship again seem like a long way away. There’s no Chauncey Billups to stabilize the roster and things are crumbling in Detroit. The Pistons entered this season with expectations of getting ...

Greg Monroe Has Emerged As A Bright Spot For The Detroit Pistons

Monday, February 7th, 2011

It's been a disappointing season for the Detroit Pistons as they sit at 19-32, currently at 11th in the Eastern Conference standings. Former Clevaland Cavaliers assistant coach, John Kuester, was hired to rebuild the Pistons back to championship form. Although it has been an up-and-down season so far for Detroit, ...

Jeff Van Gundy: “If Garnett crossed the line so too did Villanueva about how he went about taking care of his own business”

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

Kevin Garnett is one of the most vocal players, one of the most passionate players, and one of the greatest leaders in the NBA right now. He has also gotten a reputation as a huge trash-talker and has even been referred to as a bully at times. While talking trash ...

Tracy McGrady: “It’s not like God or somebody came down and took my talent away and I can’t play basketball no more. I was dealing with surgery.”

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

Remember "T-Mac?" These days, that's almost like asking, Remember "Penny" Hardaway (and "Little Penny")? The two players, Tracy McGrady and Anfernee Hardaway, experienced similar journeys in the NBA as lanky swingmen who could do just a little bit of everything, but whose careers were essentially over by age 30 due ...

Joe Dumars Has His Hands Full

Thursday, May 20th, 2010

Is there a GM in the NBA that gets more undeserved credit than Joe Dumars of the Detroit Pistons? Yes he played a big role putting together some solid Pistons teams earlier last decade, but really he's been equally responsible for Detroit's demise the past five years. The Pistons finished ...

Joe Dumars Hopes The Rebuilding Process Doesn’t Take Long

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

Joe Dumars and the Pistons have a losing record at the All-Star break for the first time since the ’00 -‘01 season, his first year as the architect in the Motor City and the last time the Pistons finished the season with a losing record. Since his first year, the ...