Detroit Pistons
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    @DetroitPistons: 2-0. Your #Pistons Playback final crafted by @Flagstar. #DetroitBasketball https://t.co/qMo7gaRMYO

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    @DetroitPistons: Your #Pistons starters for the 8 pm ET tip tonight in Chicago (remember @FOXSportsDet Plus and @WWJ950 for TV and radio…

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    @detnewsRodBeard: #Pistons Dwane Casey says Stanley Johnson and Reggie Bullock will start tonight vs. #Bulls. #DFS

  • @detnewsRodBeard: Make it 30 pts, 11 rbs, 4 assts for #Pistons Blake Griffin. He's almost single-handedly carrying this thing. DET 105,…

  • @detnewsRodBeard: #Pistons starters: Jackson, Bullock, Johnson, Griffin and Drummond. Inactives: Leuer, Lofton, Thomas and Evans. #Bul…

  • @detnewsRodBeard: #Pistons Ish Smith on Blake Griffin: "He's an All-Star. He's a superstar in our eyes. Any time we need a big shot, we…

  • @detnewsRodBeard: FINAL: #Pistons 118, #Bulls 116. Griffin guards LaVine on the final possession and loose ball gives DET the win. LaV…

  • @JLEdwardsIII: FINAL: #Pistons 118, #Bulls 116. Blake Griffin and Ish Smith lead Detroit to a 2-0 start. Griffin went 5-of-7 from deep o…

  • @detnewsRodBeard: #Pistons Dwane Casey: "We have a lot of work to do; we’re playing a lot of October basketball right now. We’re not who…

  • @detnewsRodBeard: #Pistons Dwane Casey on two last-second wins: "We can’t continue to try to execute and out-talent people down the stre…

  • @Vincent_Ellis56: Stanley Johnson ... 1-for-8. Blake Griffin is plus-20. #Pistons cling to 60-58 lead at halftime.

  • @detnewsRodBeard: #Pistons' Luke Kennard was almost a #Michigan quarterback -- still likes the Wolverines: https://t.co/QuWo85DOhl https…

  • @detnewsRodBeard: #Pistons Dwane Casey on why Luke Kennard didn't play tonight: "We just can’t play 15 people. I wish we could but we h…

  • @detnewsRodBeard: #Pistons Dwane Casey on Blake’s will: "He switched off on LaVine at the end and his mental toughness is like none I’ve…

  • @PalaceOfPistons: The #Pistons are the best team in the NBA. @MediaBrendan, @AJohnsonNBA, and @RyanPaye discuss why on this week’s editi…

Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • Pistons without Johnson, Bullock against Nets

    DETROIT (AP) -- The Detroit Pistons are without two potential starters for their season opener Wednesday night against the Brooklyn Nets. Forward Stanley Johnson is out with a toe issue and guard Reggie Bullock is missing the game because of illness.
    18 Oct @ 1PM

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  • Casey wins debut with Pistons, 103-100 over Nets

    DETROIT (AP) -- It took the Detroit Pistons over three minutes to score in their first game under new coach Dwane Casey. Then at the end, they committed two straight shot-clock violations while trying to close out the victory. After all that, the Pistons
    18 Oct @ 12PM

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  • Charles Barkley says he thought he was going to be Orlando Magic GM in 2017

    There’s no doubt that you have watched countless hours of former NBA player Charles Barkley on “Inside the NBA”. There’s no doubt that Barkley is very good at his job and the role that he plays. Speaking on the radio in Chicago this week, Barkley said that he interviewed for the position and was sure he was going to be the man for the job.
    15 Oct @ 5PM

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  • Three things to watch for Wizards' fourth preseason game against the Pistons

    The Washington Wizards continue their preseason schedule on Wednesday night at the Detroit Pistons. Tipoff is at 7 p.m. on Monumental Sports Network. This isn't the final preseason game for the Wizards, but it is their last one against NBA competition, as on Friday they will close out their exhibition schedule against the Guangzhou Long-Lions of the Chinese Basketball Association.
    10 Oct @ 7PM

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  • Steve Kerr ejection opens Warriors' Oakland farewell in best way possible

    Steve Kerr keeps mentioning how refreshingly invigorated the Golden State Warriors seem this training camp, almost as though he is genuinely surprised by it after last year's season-that-never-ended. The Warriors head coach cites the eagerness of Golden State's young players vying for the 50 minutes or so of playing time the Core Six cannot cover. Monday night, he even mentioned the fact that Draymond Green, who played with a hotel ice machine strapped to his extremities most of last season, is speaking openly of wanting to win another Defensive Player of the Year Award.
    9 Oct @ 5PM

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  • GAME RECAP: Nets 110, Pistons 108

    D'Angelo Russell scores 25 points as the Brooklyn Nets win on the road in overtime, 110-108 over the Detroit Pistons.
    9 Oct @ 11AM

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  • Thunder guard Andre Roberson to be re-evaluated in two months after knee setback

    The Thunder will be without Andre Roberson for at least two more months. The Oklahoma City Thunder may be without Andre Roberson even longer than expected. The 26-year-old suffered a setback while rehabbing from knee surgery and won’t be re-evaluate for two months, according to Erik Horne of the Oklahoman.
    5 Oct @ 6AM

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  • Pistons hope Jackson will be ready for opener

    The Detroit Pistons have a new coach - and the usual amount of optimism that accompanies such a big change. The Pistons are hopeful Reggie Jackson will be ready to play by the start of the season, although he's still working his way back into shape following an ankle injury. Jackson went down in late December, derailing what had been a promising start for Detroit in 2017-18.
    25 Sep @ 1PM

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  • Report: Rockets among teams interested in Jimmy Butler

    Could Jimmy Butler go home to Houston? Apparently, the Rockets are interested in trying to make it happen, though we're not sure how the numbers would work out. According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Rockets, Nets, Pistons, Clippers, Heat, 76ers and Blazers are "interested in talking further with Minnesota" about trying to acquire the four-time All-Star.
    24 Sep @ 12AM

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  • Pistons PG Reggie Jackson says ankle injury still keeping him off court

    If Reggie Jackson didn’t injure his ankle, maybe Stan Van Gundy is still running the Pistons. Detroit went 27-18 when Jackson played and 12-25 otherwise last season. The Pistons missed the playoffs by four games then fired Van Gundy. Ed Stefanski takes
    21 Sep @ 7PM

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