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*Correction November 20, 2017*
It’s #Gameday the Pistons take on the Cavs tonight @littlecaesarsarena tip off starts at 7PM EST. The Cavs are starting Jose Calderon tonight at PG. The Pistons bench has to be huge for us tonight to come out with the victory. #LetsGoPistons #DefendTheLand #LebronJames #DetroitBasketBall #3ChampionshipDrive #BetChipsOnPistons #Detroit #Banners #DetroitBadBoys #MotorCity #TheDistrict #BadBoys #Back2Back #NBAFinals #LittleCaesarsArena #Downtown #ILoveThisGame #DetroitGrind #Generations #NBA #Jordan #TheDistrict #Playoffs #DetroitHustlesHarder #DetroitBound #InauguralSeason #WorldChamps #ThisisWhere #BadBoys4Life #DVE

The Pistons Win!
The anti-Reggie Jackson crowd should understand one thing. His Detroit Pistons teammates want him to have the ball at crunch time. And their faith was rewarded Sunday night. After checking back in the game against the Minnesota Timberwolves at the 6:58 mark of the fourth quarter, Jackson delivered nine points and four assists to pull the Pistons (11-5) to a stunning 100-97 victory at the Target Center. Two nights after committing two turnovers and taking an ill-advised shot in the closing minutes of Friday night’s loss at Indiana, Jackson showed the form of the 2015-16 season when he was one of the top clutch players in the league. Pistons shooting guard Avery Bradley implored for Jackson to be more aggressive following both losses to begin at the three-game trip – Wednesday night at Milwaukee and Friday night at Indiana. The Pistons were able to salvage the last game of the three-game trip where all games were decided in the last 2 minutes. The Timberwolves took an 11-point with less than 10 minutes remaining. The Pistons' bench was able to keep it close and the deficit was down to seven when Jackson returned. He started the run with an offensive foul, but then he went to work. He found Bradley for a 3-pointer. He got to the basket for layup. Another assist leading to another Bradley triple cut the deficit to 90-87. He then spilt two free throws, and his alley-oop to Drummond cut the deficit to 92-90. He found Drummond for another layup to tie the game at 92. And his floater gave the Pistons a 94-93 lead. His fastbreak layup gave the Pistons 96-93 lead. After a Timberwolves basket cut the deficit to one, his step-back fadeaway from 19 feet over Karl-Anthony Towns completed the run and gave the Pistons a 98-95 lead with 20.7 seconds remaining. And the Pistons held on. The next game is tonight when the Cavs visit LCA. #LetsGoPistons #DetroitBasketBall #3ChampionshipDrive #BetChipsOnPistons #Detroit #Pistons #Banners #DetroitBadBoys #MotorCity #TheDistrict #BadBoys #Back2Back #NBAFinals #LittleCaesarsArena #Downtown #ILoveThisGame #DetroitGrind #Generations #NBA #Jordan #TheDistrict #Playoffs #DetroitHustlesHarder #DVE

Here is your Detroit Pistons weekly schedule. It starts tonight when we take on the Minnesota Timberwolves. This is a tough week for us against some talented teams. But I have faith in our boys! I say we go 2-1 this week. #GoPistons #DetroitBasketBall #3ChampionshipDrive #BetChipsOnPistons #Detroit #Pistons #Banners #DetroitBadBoys #MotorCity #TheDistrict #BadBoys #Back2Back #NBAFinals #LittleCaesarsArena #Downtown #ILoveThisGame #DetroitGrind #Generations #NBA #Jordan #TheDistrict #Playoffs #DetroitHustlesHarder #DetroitBound #InauguralSeason #WorldChamps #ThisisWhere #BadBoys4Life #DVE

The Pistons Lose!
It was going to come. Now we will see how the Detroit Pistons respond. After blowing a 22-point third quarter lead in Friday night’s 107-100 loss to the Indiana Pacers, the Pistons (10-5) have their first two-game losing streak of the season. It was the second tough loss of the three-game trip that kicks off arguably the toughest stretch of the season. No time to panic people there are 67 games left of the season and we are tired for 2nd place in the east. But with a game at the Minnesota Timberwolves on Sunday night remaining on the trip, the Pistons are facing the first adversity of the season. And it comes on a night of role reversal for the Pistons, they have five victories this season where they overcame leads of double-digits of more. The Pistons were on cruise control late in the third quarter when an Avery Bradley jump shot gave the Pistons a 78-56 lead with 5:48 remaining in the third quarter.
But the Pistons were outscored by 29 points in the last 18 minutes of the game. There were three factors. Lance Stephenson boosted the Pacers with energy, hustle and grit. He scored 13 points, grabbed six rebounds and was a plus-15 in the fourth quarter. Rookie Luke Kennard struggled keeping him off the glass, as Stephenson grabbed three offensive rebounds. The Ish Smith led-reserves were in the game as the lead evaporated, a main culprit being an inability to get back on defense to match-up against shooters. The Pacers were 6-for-7 from 3-point range in the fourth quarter. And when Reggie Jackson entered the game with 5:23 remaining and the Pistons trailing, 93-92, he endured his worst stretch of the season. He had two turnovers and an attempted an ill-advised 29-footer. After the stretch, the Pistons trailed by five with 1:49 left. Andre Drummond was the Pistons’ best player with 11 points, 15 rebounds, five assists and three blocked shots, although he committed five turnovers. The next game is tomorrow night at Minnesota! #DetroitBasketBall #3ChampionshipDrive #BetChipsOnPistons #Detroit #DVE #Banners #DetroitBadBoys #MotorCity #TheDistrict #BadBoys #Back2Back #NBAFinals #LittleCaesarsArena #Downtown #ILoveThisGame #DetroitGrind

Is Greg Monroe coming back to Detroit? As Greg Monroe is expected to make his team debut with the Phoenix Suns tonight, but his former coach Stan Van Gundy could potentially see a reunion with him in the near future. Phoenix has remained hellbent on getting younger, and have debated flipping Monroe to anyone that comes calling with a worthwhile deal. Monroe is a capable asset, but his play at the forward/center position would get on the way of developing the likes of Alex Len, Marquese Chriss, and Dragan Bender. The lefty big man out of Georgetown had his best years with the Detroit Pistons, averaging 15 points per game through his first five seasons for the team that drafted him with the seventh overall pick in 2010. Having signed a qualifying offer in his last year, Motor City fans knew Greg Monroe had a foot out the door, which turned into him getting signed by the Milwaukee Bucks as a free agent. Now that he’s been “blindsided” by the trade to the Suns, Van Gundy noted he expected the professionalism coming from Monroe, given how he conducted himself prior to his exit from Detroit. The Pistons could look to take in Monroe’s contract and exchange him for Jon Leuer, Boban Marjanovic and perhaps a pick to sweeten up the deal, per Ellis. Whatever Greg Monroe’s defensive concerns used to be, he addressed them during the playoffs earlier this year, making him a solid candidate to return to a much-improved Pistons team. Source: Clutch Sports
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What are everyone’s thoughts on this? I personally would love Greg Monroe coming off the bench with the second unit it won’t hurt us at all. @moosemonroe15

The Pistons Lose!
Detroit's 5-game win streak ends at Milwaukee. The Pistons hung around watching the Milwaukee Bucks force 18 turnovers and swat 16 shots in the 99-95 loss. They hung in well enough to where they almost pulled off their sixth comeback when trailing double digits or more. The Pistons grabbed 17 offensive rebounds. And they were 15-for-37 from three-point range. The Bucks took a 15-point lead in the third quarter and a comfortable 75-62 lead into the fourth quarter. But the bench unit of Luke Kennard, Eric Moreland, Langston Galloway, Ish Smith and Anthony Tolliver fueled a 22-9 run to open the fourth. The surge was capped by Kennard’s top-of-the-key 3-pointer, tying the game at 84 with 4:36 remaining. Van Gundy brought back Bradley first. Then it was Andre Drummond, He subbed out Tobias Harris for Kennard, but left Smith and Tolliver on the floor at winning time. Bradley was trapped in the corner of the main final possession and coughed up his fifth turnover of the game. The next game is tomorrow when we visit the Pacers. #LetsGoPistons #DetroitBasketBall #3ChampionshipDrive #BetChipsOnPistons #Detroit #Pistons #Banners #DetroitBadBoys #MotorCity #TheDistrict #BadBoys #Back2Back #NBAFinals #LittleCaesarsArena #Downtown #ILoveThisGame #DetroitGrind #Generations #NBA #Jordan #TheDistrict #Playoffs #DetroitHustlesHarder #DetroitBound #InauguralSeason #WorldChamps #ThisisWhere #BadBoys4Life #DVE

The Pistons Win!
The Detroit Pistons won their eighth game in nine tries, this time against the Miami Heat by the score of 112-103, as they completed a sweep of their five game home stand. The Pistons, once again, faced a double digit deficit in the finale of their home stand.  And, again, they erased it completely. The Miami Heat scored 58 points in the first half, getting whatever look they wanted as the result of sloppy defensive rotations from the Pistons. In the second half, everything changed. Detroit was rotating crisply and their defensive success led to the offense prospering.
Rookie Luke Kennard led the Pistons’ second half surge, playing excellent and earning huge fourth quarter minutes in favor of starting small forward Reggie Bullock. Kennard delivered on both ends of the floor in the fourth quarter and the Pistons improved to an impressive 5-3 in games where they’ve faced double digit deficits. The next game is Wednesday when we take on the Bucks in Milwaukee. #LetsGoPistons #DetroitBasketBall #3ChampionshipDrive #BetChipsOnPistons #Detroit #Pistons #Banners #DetroitBadBoys #MotorCity #TheDistrict #BadBoys #Back2Back #NBAFinals #LittleCaesarsArena #Downtown #ILoveThisGame #DetroitGrind #Generations #NBA #Jordan #TheDistrict #Playoffs #DetroitHustlesHarder #DetroitBound #InauguralSeason #WorldChamps #ThisisWhere #BadBoys4Life #DVE @lukekennard5

The Pistons Win!
Stan Van Gundy tried his best to warn his team against taking the Atlanta Hawks lightly. The Detroit Pistons seemed to do just that, but it was Reggie Jackson to the rescue. The Pistons nearly lost a 19-point lead, but two Jackson triples in the last minute spurred a 111-104 victory at Little Caesars Arena. The Pistons move to a perfect 4-0 on the five-game home stand for the team that's surprised the NBA with its hot start. Jackson finished with 22 points and six assists.
His top of the key three pointer with 51.2 seconds left snapped a 100-100 tie. And his 28-footer with 21.3 seconds left gave the Pistons a 107-100 lead to energize the home crowd. Andre Drummond had 16 points, six assists and 21 rebounds, his second straight game of at least 20 boards. Avery Bradley added 20 points. The Pistons conclude the home stand Sunday afternoon when the Miami Heat visits LCA at 4:00 PM EST. #LetsGoPistons #DetroitBasketBall #3ChampionshipDrive #BetChipsOnPistons #Detroit #Pistons #Banners #DetroitBadBoys #MotorCity #TheDistrict #BadBoys #Back2Back #NBAFinals #LittleCaesarsArena #Downtown #ILoveThisGame #DetroitGrind #Generations #NBA #Jordan #TheDistrict #Playoffs #DetroitHustlesHarder #DetroitBound #InauguralSeason #WorldChamps #ThisisWhere #BadBoys4Life #DVE #ReggieJackson @reggie_jackson

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