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On this week's edition of the Palace of Pistons Podcast, Mike Anguilano, Jasper Apollonia, and guest Tim Forkin are back to discuss all of the latest surrounding the Detroit Pistons. The guys provide an injury update on multiple Pistons and what the ... more
On this week's edition of the Palace of Pistons Podcast, Aaron Johnson and Jasper Apollonia are back to discuss all of the latest surrounding the Detroit Pistons. First, the guys discuss the current nine-game losing streak the Pistons are enduring. T... more
On this week's edition of the Palace of Pistons Podcast, Mike Anguilano and Aaron Johnson are back to discuss the latest surrounding the Detroit Pistons. First, the guys talk about Jaden Ivey, what his situation is, and what his future in Detroit loo... more
Cade played with team USA dominating the senior team, literally dissecting them like usual and we find away to talk about that for 10 minutes…. Now back to our “realistic doom and gloom program.” You guys are great at what you do and you embody a good portion of Detroit sports fans. Can’t be disappointed if you expect nothing.
How do you put a podcast out about the pistons and admittedly not watch the game? The key to being a successful podcaster is being a somewhat expert in your chosen subject. You guys are not that, so your generalized insight offers no real reason for listeners to tune in.
You guys are just a sorry bunch.. no business doing podcasts, I’ve listed over a year from time to time & can never finish an episode. No humor, no perspective, no positivity, no growth. Sorry, but stick to your day job.
It was disheartening to hear one of the 3 podcasters describe games being played by the pistons this season as “meaningless” in the 12/1/22 episode. It is short-sighted to not consider the games being played now as integral to the future success of the team. Look to Boston as an example of retaining team-drafted players and working through inconsistencies to become what they are today. Look to Memphis. If the games this season are meaningless because Cade is out, look to the overtime victory aga... more
Recommending Jaden Ivey goes to a ICP wrestling show is one way to make sure Ivey leaves the Pistons. Keep ICP away from Ivey at all cost
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The Palace of Pistons Podcast launched 5 years ago and published 233 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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