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The Pistons are reportedly looking at legendary Euroleague coach Zeljko Obradovic to fill their vacant head coaching position.
In our quest to better understand potential candidates to replace Lawrence Frank, DBB talks to Evan Dunlap of Orlando Pinstriped Post about Stan Van Gundy.
The Pistons sacrificed their chances at the No. 5 pick with their (annual) April winning streak, but all isn't lost. After finishing with an identical 29-53 record as the Washington Wizards, the Pistons won a coin flip today to secure the No. 7 pick.
Pistons beat reporters have suggested some intriguing names -- including grizzled veteran Jerry Sloan, experienced-but-not-quite-grizzled Nate McMillan ... and even local heroes Tom Izzo and John Beilein.
Speaking to reporters Wednesday for the last time as head coach of the Detroit Pistons, Lawrence Frank sounded like a man who knew his fate -- and lamented how it might impact those of his assistants.
Rasheed Wallace announced his retirement on Wednesday, because nothing lasts forever but the earth and sky, and all we are is dust in the wind, and even the realest stars among us must fade away eventually. 'Sheed is headed to basketball heaven now, and if that doesn't necessarily include a trip to Springfield, Massachusetts, it will definitely involve a life of surprise cameos at the Raleigh Pro-Am and a lot of chilling in sweatsuits and talking shit.Andrew Sharp
Oklahoma State's Marcus Smart, a potential top-5 pick in the NBA draft, has opted to postpone NBA riches and stay for his sophomore season. How will this change the Pistons' plans on draft day?
Despite Rutgers' alleged interest, Frank being contacted for the school's vacant head coaching position. He also says he's "very happy" to be coaching the Pistons.
After firing Mike Rice earlier Wednesday, Rutgers University may be interested in hiring Lawrence Frank.
Cinderella stories are fun, but a March Madness plot twist is on the horizon. Are you ready for the B1G Four? Indiana, Ohio State, Michigan State and Michigan could make history this weekend.
Matt Ufford tells you why you should forget about your job, family life, and overall well being, to focus on the 2013 NCAA Basketball Tournament.
Andre Drummond, who's missed 16 games with a stress fracture in his back, admits it's been "mentally draining" watching from the sidelines. But despite feeling "no pain at all," he won't rush his return.
Dennis Rodman -- fresh from his basketball summit in North Korea -- is now setting his sights on fixing those pesky problems plaguing the Catholic Church ... because he's jetting to Rome today in hopes of meeting the new Pope. [...] As for what Dennis wants to accomplish ... he tells TMZ, "I want to be anywhere in the world that I'm needed ... I want to spread a message of peace and love throughout the world."TMZ, of course.
Monday's game in Utah was depressing ... so let's ignore it and talk about the last time the Pistons won in Utah in 2002.
Brandon Knight has no regrets for attempting -- and falling spectacularly short -- to block DeAndre Jordan's alley-oop block on Sunday.