Marlowe Alter | Detroit Free Press
The Pistons are second-worst in the NBA at 10-26 after the first half, despite “so many good things” happening with the development of young players. Detroit faces a second-half schedule — though favorable with 20 home games — featuring 36 games in 67 days to close the season.
It was a busy All-Star break for the Pistons, who agreed to a buyout with face of the franchise Blake Griffin.
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