The long offseason is nearly over, as the Detroit Pistons head into training camp this week, but first they will conduct media day which will allow fans to get an early peek at the team and hear some of their thoughts on the upcoming season.
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Good news! The Detroit Pistons will start training camp next week after a long offseason and plenty of speculation. Detroit made a flurry of moves around the draft, but then went relatively quiet before making a splashy trade for Bojan Bogdanovic just before training camp was set to start.
Bojan Bogdanovic trade rumors had been floating around for a few weeks, but the Detroit Pistons were never mentioned. This trade flew under the radar and I think it’s safe to say that fans of both teams were somewhat surprised when it happened.
The Pistons acquired the veteran sharpshooter for Kelly Olynyk and Saben Lee on Thursday Well, this came out of left field. With training cam right around the corner, Detroit Pistons GM Troy Weaver struck again, trading Kelly Olynyk and Saben Lee to the blowing-it-up Utah Jazz for veteran sharpshooter Bojan Bogdanovic.
Detroit Pistons media day is Monday The Detroit Pistons shuffled their roster on Thursday with the trade for Bojan Bogdanovic, and on Friday the team announced a slew of promotions and hires throughout its basketball and business operations.
One of the big questions of the offseason was whether the Detroit Pistons were going to tank again next season. This became especially loud after the Cavaliers traded for Donovan Mitchell, making the Pistons road in the Central Division even tougher.
During the 1980s, Isiah Thomas became one of the best point guards in NBA history and shined as the superstar of the Detroit Pistons. But his reputation as one of the leaders of the “Bad Boy” Pistons didn’t do him any favors in the eyes of fellow NBA superstars.
The Detroit Pistons will convene for training camp in a few days to formally begin their preparations for the 2022-23 season. With the level of talent on the Pistons’ roster, a lot of players will battle for minutes, so there will be plenty of exciting clashes to witness.
View the original article to see embedded media. The Detroit Pistons will open up their training camp in eight days and play their first preseason game on October 4 against the New York Knicks. Recently, teams around the league have made tons of roster moves in preparation for training camp and the new season.
View the original article to see embedded media. With NBA training camps right around the corner from opening, there is going to be a lot of movement on rosters around the league. The regular season starts in 32 days, preseason begins on September 30 and training camps begin in less than two weeks.
One NBA executive believes the Detroit Pistons should get the Los Angeles Lakers on the phone about a trade for Russell Westbrook, with the goal of tanking to land a lottery pick in the 2023 NBA draft.
Nerlens Noel's case against Klutch Sports' Rich Paul was recently dismissed. One of the bigger stories that came out in 2021 was the news that NBA center Nerlens Noel was suing Klutch Sports CEO Rich Paul.
The Pistons have officially signed center Micah Potter to an Exhibit 10 training camp contract, per RealGM via Hoops Rumors. Potter, 24, is 6-foot-10 and made his NBA debut on the first day of the year after signing a 10-day contract with the Pistons.
Jaden Ivey is the newest addition to the Detroit Pistons and he has a lot to prove. He also has fans of the team very excited because he shows a lot of promise and Detroit needs as much of that as possible.
The Pistons are the latest team to reveal a new look that they’ll be sporting, at times, during the 2022-23 season. “Time to make a statement,” the twitter account announced in unveiling the “statement” edition of the uniforms.