Here’s Michigan Live reporting on the Pistons and new head coach Stan Van Gundy: Stan Van Gundy said he didn’t want to get into publicly evaluating his Detroit Pistons players before they even had a chance to work together, but the glib new president of basketball operations and head coach couldn’t help himself when asked [...]
From the outside looking in, it appeared as if the Detroit Pistons trumped the Golden State Warriors in the hunt for coaching candidate Stan Van Gundy by offering him a job as head coach and president of basketball operations. Now SVG...Show More Summary
Now that Stan Van Gundy has accepted a five-year, $35 million contract to become the Detroit Pistons' new head coach and president of basketball operations, it’s time for him to plot a course for the ailing franchise. Detroit missed out on postseason action for the fifth consecutive year in 2013-14—finishing 29-53 for the second straight season. Show More Summary
Nine days after Mark Jackson was fired by the Golden State Warriors, the media fervor hasn't died down. This was such a polarizing issue—the coach who enjoyed all sorts of popularity with the players but clashed with the management—that it just can't die away. Show More Summary
From the looks of it, Greg Monroe's time with the Detroit Pistons may be coming to an end. Monroe will be a restricted free agent this offseason, and Detroit's hiring of new head coach and president of basketball operations Stan VanShow More Summary
Stan Van Gundy expects the Detroit Pistons' front office to be on the same page as the coaching staff.
Stan Van Gundy has agreed to run the Detroit Pistons as their head coach and president of basketball operations. What does that mean for the roster? Could sweeping changes be in store? Terry Foster of The Detroit News joins Adam Lefkoe to give his take. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Mike D'Antoni resigned on April 30, but the Lakers still haven't hired a head coach. Two potential candidates came off the market on Wednesday. The Golden State Warriors agreed to terms with basketball analyst and former player Steve Kerr. Kerr has never run a team from the bench,...
The Detroit Pistons and new head coach Stan Van Gundy are facing a tough decision that must be made during the upcoming NBA offseason. As Van Gundy implements a new offensive system focused on creating floor space, the Pistons need an upgraded roster to satisfy his scheme. Show More Summary
The Pistons gave the keys to the city to Stan Van Gundy by making him coach and giving the power to make personnel decisions. According to reports, one of the decisions might be to let go of unrestricted free agent, Greg Monroe. It would be wise to build around Andre Drummond moving forward, and if […]
The Detroit Pistons had been dropping hints that their days of weak-contact coaching hires were finished. On a scale of home runs to strikeouts, Detroit's recent coaching carousel spun with the force of (at best) seeing-eye singes: Michael...Show More Summary
The Detroit Pistons say they have hired Stan Van Gundy as their coach and president of basketball operations.
Andre Drummond has already become a valuable player for the Detroit Pistons, emerging as a franchise centerpiece despite having only two years of professional experience under his belt. But with Stan Van Gundy at the helm, the 20-year-old...Show More Summary
Stan Van Gundy, a favorite around these parts, has been hired to "reshape" the Pistons. God help him. Read more...
The Detroit Pistons and new coach and president of basketball ops Stan Van Gundy will likely build a roster around Andre Drummond that resembles Van Gundy's old Orlando Magic squads. Stan Van Gundy signed a five-year, $35 million deal...Show More Summary
Greg Monroe is coming off another productive season with the Detroit Pistons. The arrival of Stan Van Gundy could mean his days with the organization are beginning to dwindle, however. Sean Deveney of the Sporting News reports sources...Show More Summary
Hoping to reinvigorate a franchise that has not made the NBA playoffs or won more than 30 games since 2009, the Detroit Pistons announced the hiring of Stan Van Gundy as their coach and president of basketball operations on Tuesday. The Associated Press is reporting that Van Gundy has agreed to a five-year, $35 million […]
The Detroit Pistons say they have hired Stan Van Gundy as their coach and president of basketball operations. Van Gundy is 371-208 in seven-plus seasons as a coach with Miami and Orlando.
The Detroit Pistons have a new leader. The team announced today that Stan Van Gundy has been appointed head coach and president of basketball operations. “Stan is a proven winner in our league. He instills his teams with passion, purpose and toughness. He is a great teacher who will help our players grow and develop,” [...]
The Detroit Pistons made the big splash they promised, hiring former Orlando Magic head man Stan Van Gundy to be the team's coach and president of basketball operations. Stan Van Gundy is back in the game. The former Miami Heat and Orlando...Show More Summary