Pistons sign forward Eric Griffin

The Detroit Pistons have signed forward Eric Griffin to a non-guaranteed free agent deal, RealGM reports. Griffin, who was signed by the Mavericks in the 2014 off-season but waived during the preseason, split time last season between the Texas Legends of the NBA D-League and Leones de Ponce of the┬áBaloncesto Superior Nacional in Puerto Rico….

Pistons Renovating Palace of Auburn Hills – Again

Image via the Detroit Free Press Last offseason, the Pistons added a brand new, state-of-the-art scoreboard. This offseason, they’ll begin replacing all the seats and refurbishing the floors, a $6 million dollar project. According to Kevin Grigg, vice president of public relations for Palace Sports & Entertainment and the Detroit Pistons, this will be a…

How Anthony Tolliver emerged as Detroit’s sixth man

In a span of three years from 2007-2010, Anthony Tolliver went from an undrafted fringe NBA player spending time overseas and in the D-League to a starter playing 32 minutes per game for the Golden State Warriors. The 6-foot-8, 240 pound power forward has since emerged as a useful NBA role player, spending 5 seasons…

Pistons Nation Podcast 7/17

Anthony Cardamone, Aaron Johnson, and Cal Novara will be discussing Ty Lawson rumors, Steve Blake trade, Stanley Johnson, more.

Pistons send Quincy Miller to Brooklyn for Steve Blake

The Pistons have traded forward Quincy Miller to the Brooklyn Nets in exchange for point guard Steve Blake, RealGM reports. Miller, 22, played in 4 games for Detroit last season, averaging 5 points in 14 minutes. The former Baylor Bear was set to have a big Summer League for the Pistons before suffering a broken…

Reggie Bullock fills needs, but will have to compete

Reggie Bullock was a highly touted high school recruit, #16 in the country, known for his three-point shooting and perimeter defense. After a successful run at North Carolina where he spent three seasons, he was selected with the 25th pick in the 2013 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Clippers. The 6’7″ swingman would be…

Takeaways from Pistons Summer League

The Detroit Pistons recently wrapped up the 5-game Orlando Summer League, a collection of first and second year players as well as veterans looking to get back in the NBA or a solid job overseas. The Pistons, coached by top assistant Bob Beyer, finished 2-3 with wins against the Pacers and Clippers. Here are my…

Summer League: Pistons easily cruise past last-place Pacers

The Detroit Pistons easily cruised past the Indiana Pacers by a final score of 90-65 in Detroit’s last game of the 2015 Orlando Summer League. The Pistons earned 7 of 8 possible points in the Summer League scoring system, but fell just short of a chance to play in the championship game. It was all…

Pistons re-sign Reggie Jackson for 5-years, $80 million

By Anthony Cardamone The Detroit Pistons have re-signed point guard Reggie Jackson to a 5-year, $80 million dollar, Yahoo Sports reports. Jackson, 25, averaged 17.6 points and 9.2 rebounds in 27 games with Detroit after being traded to the team in February from the Oklahoma City Thunder. He solidified himself as a key building block…

Stanley Johnson impressing through two Summer League games

Lottery picks are supposed to dominate the NBA Summer League, a collection of youngsters and veterans looking to develop and prove themselves for an NBA job, and Stanley Johnson has done just that through two games. The 8th pick in the 2015 NBA Draft by the Pistons scored 24 points, snagged 9 rebounds, and racked…

PistonsNation podcast – 7/3/15

Aaron Johnson and Anthony Cardamone of Pistons Nation discussed the Pistons recent acquisitions and more on our weekly youtube show. Check out our channel for more podcasts.