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    Isaiah Livers, like Dinwiddie drafted under the cloud of injury, showed as a rookie in limited opportunity after fully rehabilitating that he has the stuff to thrive in today’s NBA as a wing player with size and potentially elite 3-point ability.

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    Pistons fans don’t have to worry about getting spoiled by lottery fortune. After breaking a streak of 13 trips to the lottery without moving up by winning the No. 1 pick last year, things reverted to form on Tuesday with the Pistons dropping two spots to pick fifth in the June 23 draft.

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    14.0 percent chance to win the lottery – and the right to pick Cade Cunningham at No. 1 – or is there a little more left in the tank?

  • 2021-22 Rewind: Edwards’ speed, 3-point range put him on Pistons radar

    Carsen Edwards faces a crowded backcourt picture and the same physical limitations common to all players on the wrong side of 6 feet trying to make it to the NBA.

  • 2021-22 Rewind: Missed time dimmed Olynyk’s star in first Pistons season

    Kelly Olynyk wound up missing more than half the season with an early-season knee injury that left a major hole in Dwane Casey’s bench unit. When he returned and hit his stride in mid-February, Olynyk played a big role in the best stretch of the Pistons season.

  • Pistons Mailbag - THURSDAY, May 12

    While the NBA playoffs near their halfway point, the off-season has begun for 22 teams already. This week’s Pistons Mailbag includes questions on free agency, the status of contract options among Pistons players and next week’s NBA draft lottery.

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