The 2012-2013 regular season is a long way off, but anticipation to see the Detroit Pistons play again is higher than it's been in years. That's because it they're finally heading into the right direction. They proved that last year by playing above-.500 basketball in the second half of the season. GM Joe Dumars also had a successful offseason wheeling and dealing. He got value, and cap space, by trading Ben Gordon and he brought in three talented players via the draft.
The Detroit Pistons finally started to show some signs of life last year. During the second half of the season, the Pistons were a fringe playoff team. Now, they come to the table re-loaded with some new weapons (Corey Maggette, Kyl... Read Post
Even after winning four of their final five games, the Detroit Pistons finished the 2012-13 season 11th in the Eastern Conference with a 29-53 record. It was their fourth straight season missing the playoffs, and their fifth straigh... Read Post