Category: Detroit Pistons

Better shooters, more playmakers aid SVG’s goal to boost Pistons 3-point attack

AUBURN HILLS – A quick scan of the transactions summary suggests the Pistons accomplished what was arguably Stan Van Gundy’s most critical off-season goal: improved 3-point shooting. Avery Bradley and Langston Galloway each shot 39 percent from the 3-point arc last season, which would have tied for best mark on the Pistons. Luke Kennard hit

Pistons Mailbag – July 19, 2017

Questions about the backcourt – Avery Bradley’s likelihood of staying with the Pistons beyond this season and Reggie Jackson’s likelihood of returning to form – top the agenda in the latest edition of Pistons Mailbag. Adam (St. Petersburg, Fla.): Is it the Pistons’ intent to re-sign Avery Bradley next year? Langlois: That’s a safe assumption.

Jackson on his new partner: ‘Add Avery Bradley, you’re winning’

AUBURN HILLS – The Pistons upgraded at shooting guard by any reasonable assessment in adding Avery Bradley, an elite defender who shot 39 percent from the 3-point line and averaged 16.2 points despite playing alongside ball-dominant Isaiah Thomas in Boston. They’ve upgraded even more significantly at the other backcourt spot – without making any roster