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Topic - Brandon Jennings
If the Detroit Pistons had played defense like this all season, their chances of making the playoffs might not look so remote.
Houston is starting to make a habit of 40-point first quarters.
It was one of the most spectacular plays of a dreary season for the Detroit Pistons: Andre Drummond knocked a pass away near midcourt, took off toward the basket and threw down an emphatic one-handed dunk while being fouled by Atlanta's Elton Brand.
Al Jefferson is happy he didn't make the All-Star game.
Hours before John Loyer made his debut as Detroit's interim coach, Chauncey Billups offered a preview.
The Detroit Pistons are in the mix for a playoff spot this season. Aside from that, not much has changed at The Palace.
With interim coach John Loyer hoarsely shouting instructions, Brandon Jennings and the Detroit Pistons ran away from the San Antonio Spurs in the third quarter.
Even by the Detroit Pistons' recent standards, this was an abrupt change.
The Detroit Pistons have fired coach Maurice Cheeks halfway through his first season with the organization. Surprising? Eh, not with this team.
Thirty years ago, the Detroit Pistons beat the Denver Nuggets 186-184 in triple overtime, a game that remains the highest scoring in NBA history.
The Detroit Pistons are still one of the worst fourth-quarter teams in the NBA.
With owner Tom Gores seated courtside, the Detroit Pistons looked at least somewhat like a team that could be tough to play against during the second half of the season.
After one of his worst games of the season, Andre Drummond got a little pep talk from Detroit coach Maurice Cheeks.
Dirk Nowitzki's sore left knee isn't holding him back and Devin Harris is progressing just fine after offseason toe surgery.
Greg Monroe has been taking a lesser role in the offense for the Pistons, and he's not having the season he needs being that he's in a contract year
"The last four out of six, we've still been playing the same way," Jennings said after the win over San Antonio. "We're just trying to keep it going."
"I'm back to having fun, instead of just taking everything so personally and thinking about too much," Jennings said. "I'm just hooping."