Joe Dumars officially resigned as the Pistons' president on Monday, and the team is already searching for a new head of basketball operations.
Pistons president Joe Dumars is expected to move into an advisory role for the franchise next season, according to CBS Sports.
Pistons GM Joe Dumars is expected to step down from the position some time in the next two weeks.
Maurice Cheeks could agree to be the Detroit head coach as soon as Thursday night.
The Pistons won't pursue George Karl because they are "close" to picking their next head coach, a league source tells CSN New England's A. Sherrod Blakely.
Joe Dumars would not rule out the Pistons drafting another big man in the June draft.
The Pistons have reportedly interviewed Bulls assistant Adrian Griffin for the vacant head coaching job, sources told CSNNW.
The Pistons are not expected to bring in any more head coach candidates after interviewing Maurice Cheeks, a source tells the Detroit News.
Pistons president Joe Dumars said he's spoken to Phil Jackson "one or two" times since Jackson left Detroit after agreeing to serve as a short-term consultant.
Maurice Cheeks will interview with the Pistons on Wednesday, according to ESPN's Marc Stein.
Maurice Cheeks is reportedly on the Pistons' radar in their search for a new head coach.
Contrary to a previous report, Nate McMillan is still believed to be the frontrunner for the Pistons head coaching vacancy.
There is "no leading candidate" for the Pistons head coaching vacancy, sources told MLive.com
The Pistons will interview Knicks assistant coach Darrell Walker for their head-coaching vacancy, sources tell ESPN's Marc Stein.