Kentavious Caldwell-Pope looking like a tough guy! Mandatory Credit: Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

Saturday Pistons Link Dump

Things are happening in Pistons-ville for the first time since the Free Agency maelstrom. Oh, and the Tigers are in the playoffs. Do you guys like the Tigers? My favorite Tiger is Ty Cobb. Anyway, this is ostensibly a Pistons site so let’s get Piston-y!

Detroit Bad Boys previews the CLASH OF THE TITANS like struggle between Charlie V and Josh Harrelson for the role of most heartwarming pick and pop big man. My money is on anyone but Charlie. Not because Charlie is terrible per se, but Charlie is kind of a person whom the Ancient Greeks would describe as “doomed”.

PistonsPowered unveils its “Playoff Push” segment, featuring some thoughtful musings on what Tony Mitchell needs to accomplish this year  My favorite piece of advice? PLAY HARD ALL THE TIME. No excuses, Tony. You’ve been warned.

The Pistons are making a pitch (wrong sport) for a D-League team.

Isiah Thomas and his regrets about sullenly walking off the court after losing to the Bulls.

Release the kraken! Drummond to be set free! (that’s two Clash of the Titans jokes in a post entirely composed of links…niiice)

The great Brandon Jennings-Larry Sanders war of words escalates. No word if Russia will broker a “peace” between the two super-powers. Seriously though, I like this kind of friendly sniping, it is leading us to a dystopian existence where Central Division rivalries are the most important thing in the world.

The Pistons will be playing regular season basketball in less than a month. This is going to be a season we will never forget. Hopefully in the way that we’ll never forget how Perseus chopped off Medusa’s head because it was so bad ass (alright guys, I just watched Clash of the Titans again and I’m not ashamed of this), and not in the way we’ll never forget crying because no one came to our birthday part in 1st grade.

 

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