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The Anniversary Of The Most Famous Defensive Play In Detroit Pistons History

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Tayshaun Prince’s block of Reggie Miller in the 2004 Eastern Conference Finals goes down as the most famous defensive play in Detroit Pistons history and it happened 14 years ago today. We talked about that play on Pistons Playoff Playback today.

We also talked to Ferndale’s Jarrett Stephens, a former Penn State basketball great, about Nittany Lions prospect Tony Carr and what Stephens has been up to lately in the basketball world.

Host Matt Schoch also shares the story of getting 360 dunked on in high school and we pass along sad news about an NBA blogger who took his own life.

A Royal Oak, Mich. native, Matt Schoch has been following Detroit sports since learning to read by using Tigers box scores in the Free Press. Schoch is a Central Michigan graduate who has covered the Olympics in Brazil, playoff basketball at MJ's house in Chicago and cricket matches in the Caribbean. After working for newspapers in Port Huron, Mich., Springfield, Mo., and St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, Schoch is now the host of Locked On Pistons podcast. Follow Schoch on Twitter at @Matt_Schoch_.

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Pistons Hit All The Right Notes With Pair Of Second Round Draft Picks

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The Detroit Pistons welcomed Khyri Thomas and Bruce Brown to the fold during Thursday’s NBA Draft.

Host Matt Schoch gives his thoughts on the moves, in addition to how the night unfolded league-wide.

We also look back to the 2005 NBA Finals and the deepest the Pistons even went into the calendar.

Check out Matt’s grading of the draft picks for the Detroit News.

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Dwane Casey Meets Detroit Media Angst At Introductory Press Conference

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Dwane Casey was introduced to the media — and vice versa — on Wednesday afternoon in downtown Detroit.

The new Pistons coach was met with the frustrated attitude around the team and handled it mostly in stride. Owner Tom Gores was a little less graceful, as discussed by host Matt Schoch.

We also get to know Malik Rose a bit, as Yahoo is reporting that the Atlanta Hawks executive and former San Antonio world champion player could be joining the Pistons front office soon.

We also look back to 2005 and one of the biggest wins of the Goin’ To Work era 13 years ago today.

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Three Pistons Needs And Second Round Fits From The NBA Draft

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The Detroit Pistons will be on the clock soon at No. 42 in Thursday’s NBA Draft.

We take a look at a handful of guys the experts project the Pistons to take, what their needs are in the draft and host Matt Schoch gives his dream scenario, along with a more likely selection at 42.

We also talk about what to expect from Dwane Casey this afternoon as he meets with the media at Little Caesars Arena for the first time.

Plus, a show/life update from our host and also a look back at a crushing and controversial Game 7 defeat 30 years ago on Thursday.

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