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  • article-image: 2021-22 Rewind: Key makes quick impression as Pistons dip into G League ranks

    2021-22 Rewind: Key makes quick impression as Pistons dip into G League ranks

    Increasingly, mining the G League for talent is proving to be a cost-effective way of accomplishing the latter. The sample size is small, but the Pistons are optimistic that they mined a gem late in the regular season when they plucked Braxton Key from the roster of the Delaware Blue Coats.

  • 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: CADE CUNNINGHAM NAMED TO 2021-22 KIA NBA ALL-ROOKIE FIRST TEAM

    CADE CUNNINGHAM NAMED TO 2021-22 KIA NBA ALL-ROOKIE FIRST TEAM

    Detroit Pistons guard Cade Cunningham was named to the 2021-22 Kia NBA All-Rookie First Team, the NBA announced tonight.

  • article-image: 2021-22 Rewind: Livers wasted no time stamping himself as part of Pistons core

    2021-22 Rewind: Livers wasted no time stamping himself as part of Pistons core

    Isaiah Livers, like Dinwiddie drafted under the cloud of injury, showed as a rookie in limited opportunity after fully rehabilitating that he has the stuff to thrive in today’s NBA as a wing player with size and potentially elite 3-point ability.

  • article-image: Pistons to select 5th following NBA Draft Lottery:  Weaver confident they’ll find talent

    Pistons to select 5th following NBA Draft Lottery:  Weaver confident they’ll find talent

    Pistons fans don’t have to worry about getting spoiled by lottery fortune. After breaking a streak of 13 trips to the lottery without moving up by winning the No. 1 pick last year, things reverted to form on Tuesday with the Pistons dropping two spots to pick fifth in the June 23 draft.

  • article-image: Can Pistons pull off a lottery double dip? It’s in Rip’s hands

    Can Pistons pull off a lottery double dip? It’s in Rip’s hands

    14.0 percent chance to win the lottery – and the right to pick Cade Cunningham at No. 1 – or is there a little more left in the tank?

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