Stan Van Gundy Rumors

Aron Baynes had to delay his official introduction with the Detroit Pistons. The news conference was initially set for Saturday, and then it was rescheduled for Sunday. The reason: Baynes had some sort of reaction after taking medication to help with a stress test. “If we had put him in front of you (Saturday) you would have thought, ‘What the heck are they doing signing him?'” said Stan Van Gundy, Detroit’s coach and team president.
via Boston Herald
Miller, 22, was a D-League call-up from Reno when the Pistons signed him for the rest of last season, with a partial guarantee for this season. He is expected to miss four to six weeks. “I don’t think it really hurts our evaluation of him, but it’s really just too bad for him,” Pistons president-coach Stan Van Gundy said. “That guy was working so hard, and then to have to miss the entire thing, I think, is just really unfortunate for him — and for our other guys, because, quite honestly, they’d be able to play better with him on the floor, another talented guy, so we’ve been pressing guys into minutes more than we expected.
via Booth Newspapers
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Van Gundy has made it clear he wants Jackson to return and Jackson has stated publicly he expects to be back so the first item on the Pistons agenda seem likely to get done. Van Gundy said Jackson will be the first person he calls when free agency starts. “He’s priority No. 1, even above small forward,” Van Gundy said. “Priority No. 1. Reggie is priority No. 1. There’s nothing more important to our summer than getting that situation resolved.”
via The Oakland Press
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