All three Detroit Pistons championship teams were built on tough, relentless defense. Getting back to that level is the obvious goal for Stan Van Gundy and company. The Pistons’ president […] The post Stan Van Gundy Says the Pistons Can Be a Great Defensive Team appeared first on SLAMonline.
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Things are just starting to get interesting for new Detroit Pistons president and head coach Stan Van Gundy. His summer-long quest to reach an agreement with restricted free agent Greg Monroe has come to a conclusion for the time being,...Show More Summary
All the way back in June, new Detroit Pistons president and head coach Stan Van Gundy made it clear he was thoroughly preoccupied by restricted free agent Greg Monroe's contract situation. "Even with free agency and the draft and everything else," Van Gundy told reporters (h/t NBA.com's Keith Langlois). Show More Summary
This offseason the Detroit Pistons brought in six new players to fill a variety of roles, from starters to end-of-the-bench types. New coach and team president Stan Van Gundy was aggressive in the free-agent market, finding players to address their biggest weakness in 2013-14: perimeter shooting. Show More Summary
To the casual fan, bringing back Greg Monroe for his $5.5 million qualifying offer probably seems like quite the coup for the Detroit Pistons. Monroe is young, talented, productive and—more pertinent still—worth far more than what the...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 forward Cartier Martin and center Aaron Gray to contracts. Martin, a 6-7, 220-pound forward has career averages of 5.4 points, 1.6 rebounds, 0.5 assists and 14.3 minutes in 220 games for Atlanta, Chicago, Washington, [...]
The Detroit Pistons aren't short on talent. That's why, following a miserable 29-53 campaign, they elected for changes in the front office before concentrating on the depth chart. Chief among those moves was the hiring of Stan Van Gundy...Show More Summary
From the outside looking in, it was easy to see Stan Van Gundy taking over as the new head coach and president of the Detroit Pistons as a move based primarily on positional security. After all, if the Joe Dumars era taught Pistons fans...Show More Summary
Stan Van Gundy's first big personnel move as Pistons head coach and president of basketball operations had long been expected to be deciding Greg Monroe's future in Detroit. Well, Monroe has decided to take the decision out of his hands. The...Show More Summary
Stan Van Gundy is bringing on a couple of his former players to help him coach. Tim Hardaway and Malik Allen are joining the Detroit Pistons as assistant coaches. For […] The post Detroit Pistons Hire Tim Hardaway as Assistant Coach appeared first on SLAMonline.
Detroit Pistons head coach and president of basketball operations Stan Van Gundy announced today that the team has named Tim Hardaway and Malik Allen as assistant coaches, Jeff Nix as assistant general manager and Quentin Richardson as director of player development. Show More Summary
Stan Van Gundy, the new president and head coach of the Detroit Pistons, has time and again stressed his goal of re-signing Greg Monroe. That has yet to happen – […] The post Pistons Reportedly Offer Greg Monroe a Four-Year, $54 Million Deal appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Detroit Pistons have had a very busy offseason already, and the moves they've made help to shed some light on what to expect from them going forward. The offseason began with the hiring of Stan Van Gundy as their new head coach and team president. Show More Summary
More than almost any team in the NBA, the Detroit Pistons have some serious uncertainty surrounding their starting lineup. New coach and team president Stan Van Gundy will certainly have different opinions of the returning players than his predecessors did. Show More Summary
Pistons big man Andre Drummond on his first month with Jordan Brand and his expectations for the Pistons in 2013-14, live from Las Vegas. The post Andre Drummond Talks Jordans, Stan Van Gundy appeared first on SLAMonline.
The New York Knicks, Cleveland Cavaliers and Detroit Pistons are eerily similar. All three have new leaders (Phil Jackson, David Blatt, Stan Van Gundy) attempting a rebuild. They all have superstars to please (Carmelo Anthony, LeBron...Show More Summary
Suns president Lon Babby expects Bledsoe to be in a Suns uniform next season, while Van Gundy assured Smith that he likely won't be on the move either. The Phoenix Suns and guard Eric Bledsoe have been at an impasse in contract negotiations,...Show More Summary
Detroit Pistons president and head coach Stan Van Gundy has reportedly talked to Josh Smith about the latest trade rumors, assuring the veteran forward that nothing of consequence is brewingbetween […] The post Report: Pistons Told Josh Smith He’s Not on the Trade Block appeared first on SLAMonline.
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