Bad Boys serving soup

The Bad Boys helping serve food at the Capucin Soup Kitchen in Detroit this morning. #BadBoysUnite — Detroit Pistons (@DetroitPistons) March 28, 2014

Detroit Bad Boys ESPN ’30 for 30′ to debut April 17

All kinds of excitement for this [via the aptly-named Pistons blog, Detroit Bad Boys]:  One of ESPN Films' most-anticipated 30 for 30 projects has an official airdate: The Bad Boys, which chronicles the dynastic Pistons teams of the late 1980s and early '90s, will debut Thursday, April 17, at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN. The […]


That was Trey Burke's reaction when Andre Drummond's Rising Stars MVP trophy broke in half. It's like baby Burke just witnessed his little sibling bleed all over the previouly immaculate living room carpet and all he's thinking about is how badly the brother's going to get beaten for ruining the carpet. Victor Oladipo just […]

Pistons alternate uniforms for 2013-2014

The Pistons teased it on Tuesday and unveiled it on Wednesday — alternate uniforms for the 2013-2014 season! Pistons unveil “Motor City” jerseys, which they’ll wear in 10 games this season: — DetroitBadBoys ☠ (@detroitbadboys)

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Coach Rasheed Wallace doesn’t like your call

Rasheed Wallace has been an assistant coach for the Detroit Pistons for all of four summer league games and we've already had a "Ball don't lie!" and a screencap of him strongly disagreeing with a ref's horrible call. I don't think it was ever possible to say this before about an assistant coach, but … […]

Pistons hire Maurice Cheeks

The Pistons hired Mo Cheeks on Monday afternoon. He will be introduced to the media as the new head coach of the Pistons on Thursday at 11am. Will he bring Mo wins? TEEHEE PUNS. We do know he will help a struggling national anthem singer:

Phil Jackson to advise Pistons

Um, amazing:  "Phil Jackson is a friend and one of the best minds in the business," Tom Gores said. "We are thrilled to have him as an adviser as we make some very important decisions for this franchise. Joe (Dumars) and I discussed this and he and I are in full agreement that this is […]

Pistons may be interested in the Serbian Phil Jackson

In what has become a tradition every two or three years, the Pistons are looking for a head coach. The organization realizes this carousel is not a fun ride and it needs to bring in someone who is going to bring a change in culture (read: winning) and some stability. Or, at the very least, […]

Lawrence Frank fired

Detroit Pistons owner Tom Gores has reportedly informed Lawrence Frank that his services will no longer be needed: He has been fired, according to a tweet by ESPN's Marc Stein.  Story going online now: Pistons have notified Lawrence Frank that won't be retained as coach. Link on way momentarily — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine)

Rasheed Wallace Retires. Again.

My favorite Piston of the New Bad Boys era, Rasheed Wallace, has officially retired for the second time in his career because of foot surgery. In his prime, he was as tough of a matchup as there was in the league, and his mid-season acquisition was the main reason Detroit won a championship in 2004. […]

Detroit Pistons power rankings (of remaining games worth watching)

Wait a second – on the eve of the greatest three weeks in all of sports, you’re going to talk about the grossly-out-of-contention Detroit Pistons??   Come on, they deserve their one shining moment, too. With 13 games left in the regular season and 12.5 games out of 8th place in the Eastern Conference, it’s […]

Pistons hit the (cold) showers after loss to Jazz

As if losing by a combined 45 points in two nights didn't make them feel small enough, the Pistons had to endure cold showers in Utah after Monday night's loss [via MLIVE]: When you're cold, you're cold, and the Detroit Pistons, already down two starters Monday, found an additional irritant when they didn't have hot […]