2021 Season

2021 Schedule
3-11, 5th in Central
Blake Griffin sinks an amazing shot you have to see to believe (0:22)
10h
Plumlee gets a pair of 3rd-quarter dunks for Pistons (0:19)
11h
Bam's big-time block seals Heat's win (0:27)
2d
Bam throws down two handed jam (0:18)
2d
Grant stuffs shot, scores on other end (0:17)
4d
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8d

Hawks-Suns among 3 games ppd. due to COVID

The Suns have had their game Wednesday against Atlanta postponed due to contact tracing with Phoenix players. Friday games between the Wizards and Detroit Pistons and Warriors and Suns also have been postponed.

Jazz ball movement sets up Clarkson's triple (0:18)
11d
12d

Pistons rally from 23 down, beat Suns 110-105 in OT

— Jerami Grant had 31 points, 10 rebounds and a crucial assist near the end of regulation, and the Detroit Pistons beat the Phoenix Suns 110-105 in overtime after rallying from a 23-point deficit Friday night.

Wright swings to Bey for 3-pointer in OT (0:21)
12d
13d

Unhappy Deshaun Watson and Dave McMenamin talks Lakers

Deshaun Watson is unhappy with Texans organization, could the Rams or Raiders be a trade destination... the guys discuss. Girl Scout cookies are digital according to Jorge. Dave McMenamin joins the guys to talk about where the concerns are, if any, for this streaking Laker team and the success of the Lakers' 3s. The guys discuss 'What You Need to Know.' Talking Lonzo, what is the time frame to become a good NBA player?

13d

The Brand vs The Game and Kirk Morrison talking Rams

The guys are joined by Mychal Thompson and react to Booger McFarland's comments about young athletes focusing too much on their brand and not on the game. Mychal is MAD AS HELL too. In The Scoop, does LaVar Ball deserve credit for the Ball brothers success? Rams analyst Kirk Morrison jumps in and addresses the Jared Goff question, do the Rams have Goff in their future and what happens Saturday? Kylie Jenner is in Radio Tinder today.

Photo by Gary Dineen/NBAE via Getty Images
15dEric Woodyard

Bucks, Pistons take knee on opening possessions

Players and coaches on the Milwaukee Bucks and Detroit Pistons took a knee on the first possessions of Wednesday night's game, one day after prosecutors decided not to charge the police officers involved in the August shooting of Jacob Blake.

Bucks, Pistons take knee after tipoff in protest of social injustice (0:34)
13d
Giannis sends Doumbouya flying with block (0:21)
16d

Team Stats

Points Per Game109.421st
Rebounds Per Game42.626th
Assists Per Game24.419th
Points Allowed114.324th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2020-21311.214
2019-202046.303
2018-194141.500
2017-183943.476
2016-173745.451