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Show Caption Hide Caption Isaiah Stewart on Detroit Pistons’ impressive win over Sacramento Isaiah Stewart had 16 points, 13 rebounds and four assists in the Pistons’ win over the Kings, April 8, 2021. Detroit Pistons The Detroit Pistons are entering the home stretch of the season. Following After a five-game Western Conference road swing, they will
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Arn Tellem  |  Detroit Free Press Earlier this month baseball commissioner Rob Manfred pulled this summer’s All-Star Game and the league’s amateur draft out of Atlanta in response to sweeping changes to Georgia’s voting law that critics say will disenfranchise Black and Latino voters and threaten our democracy.  President Joe Biden described the law, which makes
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It wasn’t a big surprise when Detroit Pistons general manager Troy Weaver decided to trade Luke Kennard last November. Kennard, the 12th overall pick of the 2017 NBA draft, had become a productive, sweet-shooting starting wing. But knee tendinitis limited him to 28 of 66 games the previous season, and he was set to enter free agency
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The Detroit Pistons are finally approaching the homestretch of the season. The NBA trade and buyout deadlines have both passed, meaning that the current roster is intact until the offseason. With 19 games remaining, the most interesting story line for many fans is probably where the Pistons’ NBA draft lottery odds will be. There’s still
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Akil Baddoo’s debut would be a great story even if the Detroit Tigers were the defending champs and the other big four teams here had made recent deep playoff runs, too. Not many longshot prospects hit the first big-league pitch they ever see over the fence and follow that up with a grand slam and a walk-off single. Heck, not
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The Oklahoma City Thunder have recently emerged as one of the NBA’s models for consistency. In 13 seasons, the franchise has 10 playoff appearances and one Finals berth, while has drafting and trading for stars to remain competitive in the league’s tougher conference. It takes a strong front office to successfully navigate the NBA’s unpredictability,
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