Detroit Pistons

Detroit Pistons

 | 20-50
  • Field Goal %
    45.2 FG%
  • 3-point %
    35.5 3P%
  • Points Scored
    107 PPG
  • Total Rebounds
    42.9 RPG
  • As regular season winds down, Pistons rookie Saben Lee is just getting started
    The Detroit News

    As regular season winds down, Pistons rookie Saben Lee is just getting started

    Lee’s eight free throws were a season high and provided a capper to a season that looked from the outset to be mostly closing minutes of games and sporadic or inconsequential playing time. It’s been anything but. He’s found a spot where he fits in the rotation as a solid backup point guard, but there are pieces of his game that Lee will work on this summer.

  • Detroit Pistons Killian Hayes playing freely down final stretch of season
    MLive.com

    Detroit Pistons Killian Hayes playing freely down final stretch of season

    I mean just playing with a clear mind, playing free, not overthink things and just go with the flow and have fun on the court,” Hayes said. I feel like that was one of my issues especially at the start just overthinking things and now just like all the coaches and my teammates just helped me to be me and just play free out there. The 19-year-old, who played in Germany last year is now averaging 6.8 points, 2.8 rebounds and 5.3 assists per game.

  • Detroit Pistons and City Of Detroit Announce June Completion For Phase III of Basketball Court Refurbishment Project; Phase IV to Begin This Summer
    NBA.com

    Detroit Pistons and City Of Detroit Announce June Completion For Phase III of Basketball Court Refurbishment Project; Phase IV to Begin This Summer

    DETROIT– May 13, 2021 – Tom Gores and the Detroit Pistons, in partnership with the City of Detroit Parks and Recreation Department, announced today the impending completion of phase III and the beginning of phase IV of the basketball court renovation and refurbishment project in parks throughout the city. Twenty-three newly refurbished courts are expected to be completed in 15 city parks by end of 2021.