Should the Pistons go after Chicago's small forward? DBB reader revken takes a look.
NBA Trade Deadline Day is a holiday of the association and the deadline to play let's make a deal is Thursday, February 21 at 3 p.m. ET. This is the place to be to talk all rumors and trades, both Pistons and NBA.
The Thunder don't trust their reserve point guards and need scoring and ball handling off the bench. Will Bynum could strengthen their biggest weakness as OKC goes on its title run.
Joe Dumars tried to deal Jason Maxiell for Chris Kaman last year, according to MLive. Will he finally move the veteran big man this year?
Back in 2007, that is. The Pistons put an offer on the table to acquire the All-World guard, dangling Rip Hamilton, Tayshaun Prince, Amir Johnson and a first-round pick. The Lakers agreed to the deal, but Bryant blocked it with a no-trade clause.
For what it's worth, Vince later clarified (here) that he wasn't implying Detroit had interest. But it caught my eye.
More evidence that Detroit was right to trade away Ben Gordon -- his new team is so desperate to get rid of him that they're even willing to take back Andrea Bargnani.
Gordon blows up at coach Mike Dunlap in a story that is eerily reminiscent of all the unpleasantness of the John Kuester era. Charlotte now more desperate than ever to unload surly shooting guard.
Swedish forward languishes on the bench but other teams might see value in energetic forward that is both moderately productive and moderately paid for the next couple years.
Chris Broussard of ESPN reports that the Spurs are trying to trade DeJuan Blair and engaged the Pistons in talks. Detroit apparently turned down whatever San Antonio offered.
Enjoy crazy rumors from now until the NBA trade deadline. The latest: The Pistons want to sign Smith and Henderson in the offseason, and Detroit would love to bring them in this season for an audition (ala Jose Calderon).
If the rumored trade between the Brooklyn Nets and Charlotte Bobcats goes down, does it make Detroit's decision to trade Gordon look better or worse?
The trade has come and gone and it will have many repercussions for all the teams and players involved. But who are the big winners and who are the big losers?
Detroit used only a fraction of their trade assets to address their greatest need. Could the Pistons remain active on the trade market before the NBA trade deadline?
Tayshaun Prince is gone and Jose Calderon is here. What does that mean for Detroit's player rotation? It raises questions at small forward, shooting guard and off the bench.
Wait, this might actually happen? ESPN's Marc Stein reports the Pistons may enter the mix in the Grizzlies-Raptors trade talk, acquiring Jose Calderon and dealing Tayshaun Prince.
Rodney Stuckey seems to be the odd man out in the Pistons' guard rotation. And while no trade was imminent when he got benched by a "coach's decision" that doesn't mean he can't or shouldn't be traded.
One game at a time, man. Rise and grind. It is what it is. Don't get too high, don't get too low. Will Bynum's cliche game is tight, son.