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    Pistons Mailbag - WEDNESDAY, August 10

    What the Pistons might be looking to add to their roster next and training camp battles get us off and running in this week’s edition of Pistons Mailbag.

  • article-image: Pistons Mailbag - WEDNESDAY, July 20

    Pistons Mailbag - WEDNESDAY, July 20

    The reason the Pistons held back Jaden Ivey in Summer League, some uniform chatter and a potential opening night lineup lead us off in this week’s edition of Pistons Mailbag.

  • article-image: Pistons Mailbag - WEDNESDAY, July 13

    Pistons Mailbag - WEDNESDAY, July 13

    With the roster full and Summer League in full swing, lots of questions about starting lineups and playing combinations to get us rolling in this week’s edition of Pistons Mailbag.

  • article-image: Pistons Mailbag - WEDNESDAY, June 29

    Pistons Mailbag - WEDNESDAY, June 29

    An A+ draft  is in the books and the Pistons are about to enter into free agency to fill out the roster and that fills the menu for this week’s edition of Pistons Mailbag.

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    Pistons Mailbag - THURSDAY, June 23

    With the clock ticking toward tonight’s NBA draft, this week’s edition of Pistons Mailbag goes deep on what lies ahead for the Pistons off-season.

  • article-image: Pistons Mailbag - THURSDAY, June 16

    Pistons Mailbag - THURSDAY, June 16

    With the most critical window of the off-season about to open next week, this week’s edition of Pistons Mailbag focuses on the draft, free agency and potential trade targets.

  • article-image: Pistons Mailbag - THURSDAY, June 9

    Pistons Mailbag - THURSDAY, June 9

    Two weeks from the draft and this week’s edition of Pistons Mailbag is all about what might happen on draft night and in free agency on its heels.

  • article-image: Pistons Mailbag - THURSDAY, June 2

    Pistons Mailbag - THURSDAY, June 2

    The draft and whether the Pistons can land a top-three player, trade back or pick up another lottery pick dominates the discussion in this week’s edition of Pistons Mailbag.

  • article-image: Pistons Mailbag – THURSDAY, May 26

    Pistons Mailbag – THURSDAY, May 26

    Four weeks from the draft and that gets us off and running in this week’s edition of Pistons Mailbag – the cost of a first-round pick, the possibility of trading for more picks or out of the first round altogether and other trade possibilities for the Pistons, too.

  • article-image: Pistons Mailbag - THURSDAY, May 19

    Pistons Mailbag - THURSDAY, May 19

    The lottery results, what that means for next month’s NBA draft and how it affects the rest of the Pistons roster dominates the discussion in this week’s edition of Pistons Mailbag.

  • article-image: Pistons Mailbag - THURSDAY, May 12

    Pistons Mailbag - THURSDAY, May 12

    While the NBA playoffs near their halfway point, the off-season has begun for 22 teams already. This week’s Pistons Mailbag includes questions on free agency, the status of contract options among Pistons players and next week’s NBA draft lottery.

  • article-image: Pistons Mailbag - THURSDAY, May 5

    Pistons Mailbag - THURSDAY, May 5

    Two weeks away from the NBA draft lottery, there’s plenty of draft and free agency fodder to get us off and running in this week’s edition of Pistons Mailbag.

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    Pistons fight back after worst-case start, lose to Bucks

    Three quick observations from Wednesday night’s 114-93 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks at Fiserv Forum

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    ‘I see the big picture’ – Pistons absorb another 4th-quarter lesson

    There’s a passing gear teams with resumes as thin as the one the Pistons take to work every night rarely find. In the span of 48 hours, against a pair of opponents that will be disappointed with anything other than a season that extends into June, Dwane Casey’s team saw firsthand the power that gear encompasses.

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    Pistons show resilience and see signs of a budding closer in Cunningham in narrow loss to Nets

    After a murderer’s row of opponents – NBA title favorite Brooklyn, reigning NBA champion Milwaukee, title aspirant Philadelphia and Brooklyn again – over a six-day span, playing a back to back, the Pistons got to the fourth quarter Friday wheezing and trailing by 16 points. Eight minutes later, they’d cut it to one, had Little Caesars Arena at full throat and were on the cusp of witnessing Cade Cunningham flowering into a late-game savant. Then Kevin Durant reminded everyone that such a metamorphosis is measured in seasons, not days.

  • article-image: Pistons dig third-quarter hole, nearly dig out of it in fourth but fall to Nets

    Pistons dig third-quarter hole, nearly dig out of it in fourth but fall to Nets

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  • article-image: A step forward for Cunningham, youthful starting lineup as Pistons fall to Philly

    A step forward for Cunningham, youthful starting lineup as Pistons fall to Philly

    Young teams experience good moments. Getting to good games is another matter. The Pistons got halfway there in Cade Cunningham’s third game, scoring 66 points in a first half they can dream on. The second half started with turnovers on two of the first three possessions and the Pistons never could pull themselves out of the ditch after that, slumping to 32 second-half points on 26 percent shooting.

  • article-image: Young starting unit puts together best half, but Pistons lose as Sixers pull away in fourth quarter

    Young starting unit puts together best half, but Pistons lose as Sixers pull away in fourth quarter

    FAST BREAKDOWN Three quick observations from Thursday night’s 109-98 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers at Little Caesars Arena

  • article-image: Pistons can’t break out of early-season scoring rut in loss to reigning champion Bucks

    Pistons can’t break out of early-season scoring rut in loss to reigning champion Bucks

    FAST BREAKDOWN Three quick observations from Tuesday night’s 117-89 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks at Little Caesars Arena

  • article-image: ‘We’ve got to stick together and do it’ – Scoring woes spill over to other end as Pistons lose to Bucks

    ‘We’ve got to stick together and do it’ – Scoring woes spill over to other end as Pistons lose to Bucks

    Jerami Grant led the Pistons with 21 points but he didn’t get much help from the team’s four other starters in Tuesday’s loss to Milwaukee

  • article-image: ‘It’s a lesson we had to learn’ – Pistons get overrun by scorching Nets

    ‘It’s a lesson we had to learn’ – Pistons get overrun by scorching Nets

    Dwane Casey, like his 29 peers across the NBA, mines something of value from every game. He’ll need to do some furious digging to find it from Sunday’s loss at Brooklyn when the Nets set a franchise record by hitting 65.3 percent of their shots – bettering a mark also set against the Pistons from 1982 when the New Jersey Nets hit 65.2 percent to win 147-132 near the tail end of Isiah Thomas’ rookie season.