Detroit Pistons new head coach and team president Stan Van Gundy wasted no time revamping the roster with a variety of free-agent signings. If reports are any indication, those moves could merely be the tip of the iceberg in Motown. In...Show More Summary
Greg Monroe's future with the Detroit Pistons is tied to the always-aggressive Stan Van Gundy and his ability to make sense of a roster still overrun with questions and confusion and overlapping, incompatible talent. So, Josh Smith. Sources...Show More Summary
Stan Van Gundy the team president has been on the spot this offseason, trying to acquire players who can help Detroit's lineup become a bit more cohesive on the court.
Former Orlando Magic head coach Stan Van Gundy took over a Detroit Pistons team that finished the 2013-14 season in shambles. Last summer’s offseason spending spree was followed by a disappointing 29-53 campaign, which prompted Joe Dumars...Show More Summary
The Detroit Pistons President of Basketball Operations and Head Coach Stan Van Gundy announced today that the club has signed free agent guard Jodie Meeks to a multi-year contract. According to the Detroit Free Press, “Meeks, who signed a three-year deal worth around $19.5 million, comes to Detroit with a shooting arm locked and loaded.” “We’re pleased [...]
Detroit Pistons Head Coach and President of Basketball Operations Stan Van Gundy announced today that the team has named Brian Wright as assistant general manager. “I’m pleased to welcome Brian Wright to the Detroit Pistons,” said Van Gundy. “Brian understands our vision and what we are trying to accomplish as a front office staff. He has [...]
The Detroit Pistons enter the offseason in an interesting place. Stan Van Gundy is now the man making decisions, and it'll be interesting to see how his role as head coach will influence those personnel moves. Van Gundy has already locked...Show More Summary
Stan Van Gundy has to do a lot to reshape the Detroit Pistons into a team that can consistently win.
When Stan Van Gundy took over as head coach and president of basketball operations for the Detroit Pistons, a looming question was how he was going to reshape the roster despite onerous, previously existing contracts. If early reports...Show More Summary
Detroit Pistons president of basketball operations Stan Van Gundy says the franchise is "comfortable" with the outcome of every scenario involving Greg Monroe.
With new hires in the NBA such as Doc Rivers and Stan Van Gundy, a trend has developed of coaches seeking total control over their respective franchises. Is this a trend that should be expected to continue? Ric Bucher gives his take in the video above. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Stan Van Gundy is the new coach and president of basketball operations for the Detroit Pistons. The question is: Can he turn the defense around in the former role without relying on the second to make major personnel moves? Last year, the Pistons were 25th in defensive rating, giving up 107.3 points per 100 possessions. Show More Summary
With Stan Van Gundy as his new head coach and continued development in his game, Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond should be an All-Star for the first time in 2015. Drummond, 20, only scratched the surface of his potential in his second NBA season, yet he was already one of the best young big men in the game. Show More Summary
Brandon Jennings’ first season as point guard of the Detroit Pistons was bad. Some might call it awful, and low expectations heading in are the sole anchor that keep it from being recognized as an “unmitigated disaster,” though you wouldn ’t be too far off base calling it that anyway. A point guard needs vision and self-restraint. Show More Summary
Stan Van Gundy wants personnel decisions to be a collaborative process for Detroit's new front office.
Stan Van Gundy's first act as Detroit Pistons head coach and president of basketball operations is complete. As expected, Van Gundy tabbed current Marist head coach and former Charlotte/New Orleans Hornets general manager Jeff BowerShow More Summary
Detroit Pistons Head Coach and President of Basketball Operations Stan Van Gundy announced today that the team has named Jeff Bower as general manager. “I’m pleased to welcome Jeff Bower to the Detroit Pistons organization,” said Van Gundy. “Jeff brings great basketball knowledge and NBA experience to our organization and he’s enjoyed success in building [...]
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New Detroit PIstons president and coach Stan Van Gundy has hired former Pelicans executive Jeff Bowers as his general manager. Newly-appointed Detroit Pistons coach and president Stan Van Gundy has agreed to hire Jeff Bower as his general...Show More Summary
Lance Stephenson could be too much of a risk for some teams in free agency, and Stan Van Gundy continues to search for a general manager. Indiana Pacers guard Lance Stephenson hits free agency with a unique aura surrounding him. He's...Show More Summary