Detroit Pistons Coaching Search
Report: Sidney Lowe joins Pistons as top assistant coach
Lowe spent the last two years in Washington.
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Detroit Pistons coaching and front office search
After parting ways with Stan Van Gundy and Jeff Bower, the Pistons look to fill their vacant leadership positions.
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DBB’s Stan Van Gundy firing coverage
Detroit Pistons part ways after four years with Stan Van Gundy as President of Basketball Operations and head coach.
Pistons at forefront with organizational structure
Detroit Pistons coaches usually are at the unemployment line right now, but while other teams are still riding the coaching carousel Tom Gores and Stan Van Gundy have broken the mold.
Pistons considered Izzo, Beilen, Kerr and others
More details about the Detroit Pistons' coaching and GM search have surfaced, including several of the 25-30 names that were on their list of candidates.
Reactions to Stan Van Gundy's hiring
Pistons fans have met the Stan Van Gundy news with overwhelming positivity. What else is being said out there?
Stan Van Gundy will try to bring order to chaos
Pistons new coach and president had high praise for his "elite" big men Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe.
Examining SVG's Miami Heat teams
Editor's note: DBB reader lazchance took on a challenge from DBB writer Mike Payne to do a deeper dive into what made Stan Van Gundy's Miami Heat teams so successful and what that might imply as to what he could do with the talent on-hand in Detroit.
SVG praises Drummond, Monroe in radio interview
Stan Van Gundy did an interview with an Orlando radio station where he talked about his new job, his old team and his friend and former GM Otis Smith.
DBB talks with Lottery Mafia about SVG
DBB writer Sean Corp talks with The Lottery Mafia about Detroit's newest potential savior.
Stan Van Gundy on the Pistons' 2011 mutiny
New Pistons head coach and president of basketball operations had strong opinions on the embarrassing Pistons mutiny in 2011.
What do you want to hear from Stan Van Gundy?
Here are some questions DBB reader XstreamINsanity hopes SVG addresses during his presser on Thursday. Stan Van Gundy's introduction press conference is at 4:15 p.m. ET.
Stan Van Gundy press conference scheduled for Thursday, 4:15 p.m. ET
Pistons just announced 4:15 p.m. ET press conference tomorrow to introduce Stan Van Gundy.— Detroit Bad Boys ☠ (@detroitbadboys) May 14, 2014
To accommodate the LA-based owner? We'll make sure to let you know how you can catch it.
Grantland loves the Pistons: SVG edition
Zach Lowe says Stan Van Gundy "one of few coaches that can move the needle."
Stan Van Gundy on analytics
New Pistons' coach and President of Basketball Operations, Stan Van Gundy, knows his way around a stat sheet and has been active in the emerging analytics community. This is a good thing for Pistons' fans.
Pistons announce Stan Van Gundy hiring
It's officially official: The Pistons formally announced the hiring of Stan Van Gundy as head coach and president of basketball operations.
Van Gundy signs deal; press conference Thursday
SVG put pen to paper on a contract that will pay him $35 million over the next five years.
Marcin Gortat: SVG is 'godfather of my career'
Washington Wizards center Marcin Gortat remains a big fan of his former coach Stan Van Gundy, saying, "he taught me basically everything about the game."
Stan Van Gundy, Pistons agree to deal
The Detroit Pistons and Stan Van Gundy have reportedly agreed on a deal in principle to make Van Gundy head coach and president of basketball operations. According to ESPN, the deal is worth $35 million over five years.
Brandon Jennings on Stan Van Gundy
I've always like Stan Van Gundy.— BRANDON JENNINGS (@BrandonJennings) May 13, 2014
Tom Gores is 'a very difficult guy to work for'
ESPN's Brian Windhorst joined Matt Dery on Sports Detroit 105.1 to discuss the Stan Van Gundy rumors, shedding light on what he thinks Van Gundy could be thinking while revealing Tom Gores' poor reputation around the league.
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It's official: Stan Van Gundy signs with Pistons
Stan Van Gundy signed a lucrative contract to become the Detroit Pistons' next head coach and president of basketball operations. The deal will be officially announced at a press conference on Thursday.
Tom Gores wants a "name"
Heard from Day 1 Tom Gores wanted a "name"...Van Gundy certainly is that— Vincent Goodwill (@vgoodwill) May 13, 2014
Pistons pursuing Stan Van Gundy
The Pistons are reportedly pursuing Stan Van Gundy to take full control of basketball operations as well as becoming their next head coach, according to multiple reports.
John Beilein to the NBA?
Teams are interested, says Woj. We round up some of the best reactions to the news -- and ask, should the Pistons be interested?
John Beilein, anyone?
Two college coaches who intrigue NBA execs -- some who have openings, some who don't: Michigan's John Beilein and Virginia's Tony Bennett.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) May 12, 2014
He's not (yet) linked to the Pistons, but this is the first that I've heard the NBA is sniffing around Ann Arbor. More reactions here.
George Karl interested in the Pistons' job
After sitting out the 2013-14 season, Karl wants to return to an NBA sideline, telling Sirius XM on Thursday afternoon that he'd like to hear from the Detroit Pistons.
No candidates or timetable for GM, coaching search
Platinum Equity partner Mark Barnhill told Matt Dery on Detroit Sports 105.1 that the Pistons are still in the midst of their search for a new GM and coach, aren't prepared to name candidates and can't provide a timetable for its completion. Cool.
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John Loyer named interim head coach
After Mo Cheeks was fired 50 games into his first season with the Detroit Pistons, career assistant John Loyer takes the reins as interim head coach. He should have 32 games to audition for the permanent job.