April is a month that Detroit sports fans have come accustomed to over the years, as baseball season roars to a return while hockey and basketball seasons enter the stretch run of their regular seasons.
n today’s world, social media and sports have slowly become linked together.
The Detroit Pistons traveled to Ohio to play the Cleveland Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena and got back on the right track in a 104-97 victory.
The Pistons seemed to have found their image earlier this week when taking on a tough Western Conference opponent in the Portland Trailblazers at home on Monday night.
The Detroit Pistons split a pair of games on Thanksgiving weekend, to the Toronto Raptors and New York Knicks.
It looks like the Detroit Pistons are finally getting things together. For the week of November 11, 2012, the Pistons have made dramatic progress for the future of their 2012-2013 NBA Season.
The Detroit Pistons struggles continue as they opened up the season on a seven game losing streak.
The Pistons lost to the Lakers 108-79 and opened up the 2012-2013 NBA season on a three game losing streak.
The Detroit Pistons enter the 2012-2013 season under the radar, with little to no expectations outside the team itself.
The Detroit Pistons ended last season with a record of 25 wins and 41 losses. The positive behind this disgusting record is the fact that they created a boost of momentum for the 2012-2013 season.
Basketball season is approaching for the Detroit Pistons, starting with their home opener on Halloween at 7:30pm against the Rockets.
There are a lot of great sports cities around the nation. Detroit is one of those cities. It has the four major professional sports teams even though the city has a population less than one million people.