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  • FIBA World Cup 2014 Preview

    This is actually the first FIBA World Cup ever. Sorta. From 1950 until 2010 this tournament was known as the FIBA World Championship, but FIBA decided to take a cue from its fubol hermanos, and alas, the FIBA World Cup was born. In the 16 previous editions of this tournament, the big winners were Yugoslavia with five gold medals, next up has been the United States with four gold medals, and the Soviet Union notched three wins back in the days when the Soviet Union was a thing. The United States is your defending champion, although 2010 Tournament MVP Kevin Durant is not on the American roster this year. We’re going to take a thumbnail look at each group and project those who will advance to the do-or-die tournament portion of The Cup. Remember, the first week (beginning Saturday, August 30th) will be round-robin group play, and the top 4 teams from each group will advance to a 16-team single elimination tournament beginning Saturday, September 6th. The final is Sunday, September 14th. We’ll keep you updated on the tourney and informed on how Andre Drummond and Team USA are faring right here on detroitsports1051.com. Or you could follow me on twitter @jakepistons. Or do both. Yeah, definitely both. Read More
  • Lions And Bills Tonight In Buffalo

    The Lions final preseason contest will come tonight against the Bills in Buffalo. Most of the starters are not expected to see the field, while coach Jim Caldwell has said that players on the roster bubble will get plenty of playing time. The final round of cuts must come by 4 p.m. on Saturday when the Lions submit their 53-man roster. Former Lions head coach Jim Schwartz is now the Bills defensive coordinator. Detroit is 2-and-1 following exhibition wins against Cleveland and Jacksonville. The Lions and Bills will meet again in Week 5 of the regular season in Detroit. Read More
  • Yankees Rock David Price

    The Yankees beat the Tigers 8-4 on Wednesday night in Detroit. David Price took the loss, allowing nine consecutive hits in the third without recording an out. According to STATS, Price became the first Major League pitcher in 25 years to give up nine consecutive hits in a game. His two-plus innings marked the second-shortest start of his career. Victor Martinez hit his career-high 26th home run in the sixth. The Tigers are 2 1/2 games behind the Royals for first place in the American League Central. Detroit is also a half-game out of a wild card spot in the AL. Kyle Lobstein will make his first Major League start this afternoon for Detroit. New York will hand the ball to Hiroki Kuroda. Read More
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