Apple Podcasts  |  Spotify It’s a process, right? One we aren’t gonna see in full effect for at least another couple of weeks — until Cade Cunningham’s ankle heals and the No. 1 overall pick makes his debut and spaces the floor and knocks down 3’s and saves the Detroit Pistons franchise. Well, that’s a bit much. Maybe way too much. Mostly because
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Although Detroit Pistons rookie Cade Cunningham is out with an ankle sprain, he’s teamed up again with the Just Egg brand for a new version of the plant-based Cade Stack breakfast sandwich. The sandwich launched Wednesday. It’s a new take on the original Cade Stack vegan sandwich that launched in August. Called the hearty hero, the
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The Detroit Pistons opened their 2021-22 season with a game reminiscent of last season. They played energetic defense and exchanged blows with the Chicago Bulls, a team that’s well-positioned to make the playoffs in a tough Eastern Conference. Like last year, the Pistons were doomed by mistakes brought by youth, such as missed shots and
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The Chicago Bulls pushed their chips to the middle of the table at last season’s trade deadline, acquiring Nic Vucevic at the cost of two future first-round picks plus a recent lottery pick. They doubled down over the summer, spending $85 million apiece to add veterans DeMar DeRozan and Lonzo Ball to support dynamic scorer…
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Don’t expect to see Cade Cunningham playing for the Detroit Pistons during their first road trip of the season. Cunningham — who on Tuesday was ruled out for Wednesday night’s season opener vs. Chicago — suffered what the Pistons called a “minor ankle sprain” early in training camp nearly three weeks, and has not returned to 100% participation
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Already ruled out for tonight’s season-opener against the Chicago Bulls, prized No. 1 pick Cade Cunningham could also miss the team’s three-game road trip, according to Detroit Pistons general manager Troy Weaver. Cunningham suffered an ankle injury in training camp that forced him to miss all of preseason, and the organization has never put a
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Charles Barkley gets paid to cover the NBA. But it seems he spent another offseason “gone fishin'” and has some catching up. On the annual tradition of Inside the NBA’s “Who He Play For,” the Hall of Famer and TNT broadcaster went a miserable 0-for-5 guessing which teams veteran role players now play for after a summer
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