Oct 7, 2014; Auburn Hills, MI, USA; Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond (0) shoots on Chicago Bulls forward Taj Gibson (22) in the third quarter at The Palace of Auburn Hills. Detroit won 111-109 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

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Dan Feldman, editor

Dan Feldman founded PistonPowered in 2009. He also writes for NBC Sports' ProBasketballTalk. A University of Michigan alumnus, he has previously worked for Lost Lettermen, The Flint Journal, Basketball Prospectus, The Gazette (Md.) and the Associated Press.

Brady Fredericksen, Asst. Editor

Brady Fredericksen writes about sports on the web and in something called a newspaper. You may have heard of them. He's a fan of fouling up three points and wishes he could grow a beard like Rasheed Wallace.

Joe Dexter, Asst. Editor

Joe Dexter is a former News Sports Director and Play by Play voice for a group of radio stations in Marquette Michigan. Beyond his love for local athletics, you can find him watching college and professional hoops.

Patrick Hayes, Asst. Editor

Higher ed communications guy. Former MLiver, into hoop, running, dad stuff, writing. Will Bynum apologist. MSU/Oakland alum.

Tim Thielke, Asst. Editor

Tim Thielke is a huge Pistons fan who enjoys sharing his thoughts with a bunch of strangers on the internet.

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