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No, long-time Detroit Pistons fans. That's isn't Tayshaun Prince running down Reggie Miller for an iconic block to seal a win over the Indiana Pacers in the 2004 Eastern Conference Finals. Stakes aside, though, this incredible chase and authoritative swat by Kentavious Caldwell-Pope is arguably more impressive.
There was a sequence on consecutive third quarter possessions during tonight's game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Detroit Pistons that LeBron James was stymied on a pair of individual fast breaks. Reggie Jackson stripped him once, and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope anticipated his euro-step to draw a charge 20 seconds later. On his next transition opportunity, The King made sure he wouldn't make the same mistakes again.
Reggie Jackson got off to an inauspicious debut for the Pistons on Sunday in Detroit, shooting 0-for-8 and puking on the sideline.
If at first you don't succeed, dust yourself off and try again...and again, and again, and again. It sure paid off for Andre Drummond.
Reggie Jackson is no longer a member of the Oklahoma City Thunder. But even after the talented but inconsistent fourth-year guard was traded to the Detroit Pistons yesterday, he continues making the wrong kind of headline in his former stomping grounds.
The 2015 NBA Trade Deadline has come and gone. Now we have to rummage through the aftereffects rubble for the 10 most important moves.
Reggie Jackson is going to the Detroit Pistons, as part of a three-team swap with Enes Kanter going to the Thunder and Kendrick Perkins to Utah.
Detroit reportedly asked Brooklyn about a Joe Johnson swap for Brandon Jennings and some expiring contracts. The Nets say it's "nothing."
We always assumed that Detroit Pistons fans hated Josh Smith.
It took a combined LeBron James and Kyrie Irving effort to dispatch the Pistons last night, 103-95.
This isn't standard, but a layup by Kyle Lowry with a little under four minutes to go in the first quarter in last night's Raptors-Pistons game only happened after he lulled Detroit into thinking he was about to call a timeout.
The Detroit Pistons' fears have been realized.
This is hardly what the revitalized Brandon Jennings and Detroit Pistons need to continue their surge in the season's second half.
November 9, 2012 was the last time an NBA player recorded 20 or more assists when Rajon Rondo put up a line of 14 points and 20 assists in a loss to Philadelphia.
What a difference three weeks makes.
The streak is over, but the story isn't.
Perhaps the biggest surprise in the NBA over the last few weeks has been the dramatic turnaround of the Detroit Pistons.
Watch Stan Van Gundy devolve into a thug during his "form a f*cking wall" speech.