After an action filled All-Star weekend in the Windy City, the NBA playoffs and off-season are on the horizon. Here’s one question that each Eastern Conference team should think about for the rest of the season or in the offseason.
Yesterday (2/18/2020), the Detroit Pistons bought out their veteran point guard Reggie Jackson. As a Detroit fan, I have mixed feelings.
First, let me get one thing straight; I’m ecstatic that Reggie Jackson is no longer a Piston. Here are some reasons why:
Last calendar year Detroit professional teams combined for 226 lost games, the most of any city in history. What exactly has gone wrong? How can the once mighty Detroit things around? Here’s the State of the Union, Detroit sports edition.
Welcome to Great Takes in the Great Lakes, a sports blog dedicated to covering teams primarily located within the Great Lakes region,” founded by me, Blake Stackpoole. I was born into a […]