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    @DetroitPistons: #Pistons owner @TomGores & @ConsumersEnergy Pledge $2 Million to Help Start Flint Promise Scholarship Program https://…

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    @DetroitPistons: "#Pistons, we love you." #TimRobinson and @SamRichardson from @Detroiters are ready for our return to the city. #ICant…

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    @Keith_Langlois: Arn Tellem announces a $1 million pledge from Tom Gores and his family to the Flint Promise #Pistons

  • @PistonPowered: Which #Pistons player is most likely to get traded? By @Shack_attack03

  • @PistonPowered: How does the Kyrie Irving trade affect the #Pistons? By @AussieAsh13

  • @PistonPowered: #Pistons owner Tom Gores donates $1 million to Flint Promise By @DuncanSmithNBA

  • @pistons_fanly: Pistons’ Luke Kennard named best shooter in rookie survey #Pistons

  • @detnewsRodBeard: That makes five preseason games for the #Pistons, who also host #Hawks on Oct. 6 at @LCA_Detroit.

  • @detnewsRodBeard: So now we see the value of a Kyrie Irving trade package. #Cavs didn't see #Pistons' assets as anything close to this.

  • @detnewsRodBeard: #Pistons simply didn't have the assets to acquire Kyrie Irving:

  • @Vincent_Ellis56: FYI: The widely circulated schedule of preseason #Pistons games is missing at least one. ESPN complied from other rele…

  • @Keith_Langlois: An off-season of change for @JonLeuer30 as he readies for 2nd season with the #Pistons

  • @ClutchPointsApp: #Pistons Avery Bradley's reaction to #Cavs, #Celtics trade.

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  • Flint scholarship plan gets $2M from Pistons owner, utility

    The $2 million in combined pledges for a fledgling "Flint Promise" program are the first to be publicly announced since work began more than a year ago. A top aide to Gov. Rick Snyder said last year that the administration, which has been blamed for the emergency, was seeking to raise $5 million. Gores, the founder of Los Angeles-based Platinum Equity and a Flint native who previously pledged $10 million to address needs in his hometown, said in a statement: "Every student who works hard deserves a chance to earn a college degree.
    23 Aug @ 8PM

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  • Sanchez homers twice, Tanaka sharp as Yanks rout Tigers 13-4

    Gary Sanchez hit the type of home run normally reserved for his powerful teammate. Sanchez's drive in the first inning was estimated at nearly 500 feet, and the New York catcher added another homer in the ninth to lead the Yankees to a 13-4 rout of the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday night. Sanchez's two-run shot in the first was estimated at 493 feet by Statcast.
    23 Aug @ 5AM

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  • Kendall Marshall, Marshall Plumlee headline Team USA’s AmeriCup roster

    AmeriCup, previously called the FIBA Americas Championship, lost its luster when FIBA decided the continental tournament wouldn’t double as World Cup qualifying. But the U.S. is still sending a team, coached by Jeff Van Gundy. The roster (team last
    22 Aug @ 6PM

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  • Stan Van Gundy talks up Pistons’ rookie Luke Kennard

    Luke Kennard came out of Duke with one of the best jump shots in the draft — he’s got a skill that translates to the NBA and will help the Pistons. The questions were about his defense and athleticism, but he started to answer those when he averaged 17.2 points a game in the Orlando Summer League. “Pretty much what we thought offensively, maybe even did a better job passing the ball than I thought,” Van Gundy said.
    20 Aug @ 3PM

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  • NBA Trade Rumors: Are Cavaliers Struggling to Move Kyrie Irving?

    Almost a month after he demanded a trade, Kyrie Irving remains a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Moving Irving, the all-star point guard, was always likely to be a delicate process for the Cavaliers. The 25-year-old should command a huge return, likely a combination of draft picks and a star forward to help out LeBron James and Kevin Love right now.
    14 Aug @ 6PM

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  • From South Africa to sinus surgery: The re-energizing of Andre Drummond

    Pistons center Andre Drummond spent nearly two weeks in South Africa this summer. NEW YORK – Of all that he accomplished and observed during a nearly two-week visit to South Africa as part of the NBA Africa Game and Basketball without Borders, the image that most resonated with Andre Drummond was one that he felt helpless to fix. While slapping bricks on wet cement during a charity event for Habitat for Humanity just outside Johannesburg, Drummond noticed a little boy eating a tree branch and almost lost it.
    13 Aug @ 12AM

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  • Ish Smith says Pistons point guard Reggie Jackson is looking like old self

    There were a number of reasons the Detroit Pistons took a step backwards last season, but at the top of the list was Reggie Jackson. Stan Van Gundy started to lean on journeyman Ish Smith because the team was better with Smith out there. Detroit has plans to return to the playoffs this coming season, but they will need more out of the point guard spot to do it.
    12 Aug @ 9PM

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  • NBA-National Basketball Association roundup

    Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer announced Friday that Doc Rivers will no longer be the team's president of basketball operations, allowing him to concentrate on his primary coaching duties. Ballmer said Lawrence Frank, the team's executive vice president, will assume responsibility for basketball operations. Frank also will oversee general manager Dave Wohl.
    6 Aug @ 6PM

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  • Doc Rivers freed of Clippers front-office responsibilities

    Doc Rivers has been freed of front-office responsibilities by Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer. Rivers took over as the team's coach and president of basketball operations in the aftermath of the Donald Sterling scandal and has led the Clippers to two Western Conference semi-final appearances and a 217-111 regular-season record.
    6 Aug @ 1AM

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  • League owners approve Pistons move to downtown arena

    NBA club owners unanimously voted Thursday to approve the Detroit Pistons moving their home court from suburban Auburn Hills to a new downtown arena they will share with the NHL Detroit Red Wings. A new $863 million facility, the Little Caesars Arena, will mark the team's return to the downtown area of the US Motor City. The Pistons spent 29 seasons in The Palace of Auburn Hills, notably the site of the 2004 "Malice in the Palace" brawl that broke out in the final seconds of a 92-87 Indiana victory over Detroit.
    4 Aug @ 4AM

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