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Detroit Bad Boys Feb 24, 2015

Pistons new point guard Reggie Jackson offers star potential

A closer look at Reggie Jackson shows definite weaknesses to his game - but also the possibility for his trade to reap huge dividends. In a surprising move in the closing minutes of last Thursday's NBA trade deadline, the Pistons came out of nowhere to land Reggie Jackson from the Oklahoma City Thunder in a three-team deal. Jackson came at a steep price, including the Pistons starting point guard and small forward, D.J. Augustin and Kyle Singler, plus a pair of picks. This is despite the fact that Jackson is in the final year of his rookie contract, had turned down a 4 year, $48 million...
Detroit Bad Boys Feb 23, 2015

Kyle Singler, D.J. Augustin unspectacular with Thunder so far

The Thunder's newly acquired Motown discards are off to an average start in loud city. Both Kyle Singler and D.J. Augustin have played two games each for the Oklahoma City Thunder after being part of the exchange with Detroit which sent disgruntled floor general Reggie Jackson to Motown.  Since the transaction, Kyle Singler has worked his hipster Oregon voodoo and managed to sideline Kevin Durant with a minor foot injury, opening up the starting small forward slot on a temporary basis.  D.J., meanwhile, has slotted in as expected as Russell Westbrook's capable backup, and both players...
Detroit Bad Boys Feb 20, 2015

Reasons to love the Reggie Jackson trade

Reggie Jackson may not be a clear upgrade over D.J. Augustin, or one at all, but there are plenty of solid reasons to believe he could work out. It was admittedly hard for me to get excited about the Detroit Pistons' acquisition of Reggie Jackson on Thursday when D.J. Augustin's name was thrown into the ring. After saving the Chicago Bulls' 2013-2014 season when Derrick Rose went down with an injury, according to Tom Thibodeau, Augustin was again performing well above his pay grade for the Pistons after Brandon Jennings was lost for the season. In 10 starts since Jennings tore his...
Rotoworld Feb 11, 2015

D.J. Augustin scores 22 points in a loss - D.J. Augustin (G) Detroit Pistons

D.J. Augustin had another strong offensive showing against the Spurs during a 104-87 loss on Wednesday with 22 points, three rebounds, six assists and two 3-pointers.
Detroit Bad Boys Feb 6, 2015

Pistons news: Augustin's leadership, SVG's practices and more from the NBA trade rumor mill

The sixth installment of Pistons News is all about the Pistons' resurgence with D.J. Augustin at the helm, and the penultimate Trade Watch Bullets before the Feb. 19 deadline. Regular training sessions key to Pistons' successes In his first two games as the Pistons' starting point guard, D.J. Augustin averaged 27.5 points and 8.5 assists on 57.1% shooting (53.3% from 3), and despite two close losses to a pair of the Eastern Conference's best teams, the Pistons seemed poised to pick up an easy win against the lowly Philadelphia 76ers. Four quarters later, the Sixers claimed their ninth win...
Grand Rapids Press Feb 6, 2015

Detroit Pistons notebook: Stan Van Gundy concerned about D.J. Augustin's workload

Augustin has played at least 32 minutes in six straight games after playing more than 30 just four times in the first 44 games.
Detroit Bad Boys Feb 4, 2015

D.J. Augustin's back-to-back games put him among some of the best

D.J. Augustin is picking up right where Brandon Jennings left off ... and then some. Speaking of Pistons players joining exclusive company with their double-doubles, D.J. Augustin's 25 points and 13 assists (opposite 0 turnovers) on Tuesday night vs. the Miami Heat pushed him into the elite ranks of not just Pistons point guards but NBA point guards. Take these two tweets from ESPN Stats and Info: D.J. Augustin has gone for 25 pts and 10 assists in consecutive gms. The last two Pistons to do that were Jerry Stackhouse and Isiah Thomas. — ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) February 4,...
Grand Rapids Press Feb 4, 2015
Detroit Pistons' D.J. Augustin, with Brandon Jennings on bench, works over Miami Heat

Detroit Pistons' D.J. Augustin, with Brandon Jennings on bench, works over Miami Heat

The Pistons' point guard has a different leadership style than the injured player he replaced in the starting lineup, but his performances are paying dividends, like in Tuesday's 108-91 win.
Grand Rapids Press Jan 31, 2015
Pistons 114, Rockets 101: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, D.J. Augustin explode in decisive win

Pistons 114, Rockets 101: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, D.J. Augustin explode in decisive win

The Pistons snapped a four-game losing streak as Caldwell-Pope hit a career-high six 3-pointers and spoiled Josh Smith's return to Detroit.

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