Saddiq Bey

Saddiq Bey, Isaiah Stewart named to All-Rookie teams

Saddiq Bey was named to the All-Rookie first team and Isaiah Stewart to the second team, the NBA announced Thursday. It was the first time two Pistons made the team since Andre Drummond and Kyle Singler were both second-team selections in 2013. Bey is the first Pistons rookie to receive first-team honors since Brandon Knight in 2012 and only the third since Grant Hill in 1994.
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Pistons rookie Saddiq Bey named grand marshal of Detroit Grand Prix's Sunday race

Saddiq Bey, who emerged as one of the Detroit Pistons' young stars last season, will serve as grand marshal for Sunday's Detroit Grand Prix at Belle Isle. Bey will participate in pre- and post-race ceremonies for the second race in the IndyCar Series weekend doubleheader, including the official command of “Drivers, To Your Cars” before the noon race.

Pistons mailbag: Next step for Saddiq Bey, Frank Jackson's future with team

In the final week of the season, with very little for the Pistons to play for, it’s a good time to start thinking about postseason awards and how some of the Detroit players might fit in. There aren’t many categories where Pistons will be in consideration, but one intriguing one...

NBA Rookie Rankings: Anthony Edwards drops 42 on the Grizzlies; Saddiq Bey breaks a Stephen Curry record

The final week of the regular season is just around the corner, but these rookies haven't slowed down one bit. Despite a handful of their teams already being eliminated from playoff contention, several of these first-year guys are still churning out their best performances of the season. Anthony Edwards is still putting up ridiculous numbers, Saddiq Bey is breaking more records in Detroit and LaMelo Ball finally returned for the Charlotte Hornets just in time to prepare for the playoffs. There's still plenty reason to still watch these first-year players as the season winds down, and this week proved exactly that.

Saddiq Bey Makes NBA History As A 3-Point Shooter

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Detroit Pistons: Who has a higher ceiling, Saddiq Bey or Isaiah Stewart?

May 1, 2021; Charlotte, North Carolina, USA; Detroit Pistons head coach Dwane Casey in a time out with his team during the second half against the Charlotte Hornets at the Spectrum Center. Hornets win 107-94. Mandatory Credit: Sam Sharpe-USA TODAY Sports. Despite shaky performances in the Detroit Pistons’ recent game...

Saddiq Bey quietly making NBA rookie history as a 3-point shooter

He's operating off the radar on a bad team, but Saddiq Bey is making NBA rookie history as a 3-point shooter. In a battle of the teams with the two worst records in the Eastern Conference, the Detroit Pistons fell to 19-46 on the season with a loss to the Orlando Magic on Monday night. Pistons rookie Saddiq Bey had a game-high 26 points, on 10-for-17 from the floor and 5-for-10 from 3-point range.

Fantasy basketball waiver-wire finds: Saddiq Bey, Kevin Love among key pickups

Working the waiver wire is pivotal to succeeding in fantasy basketball. With so many games, injuries and endless shifts in rotations throughout the marathon campaign, we'll need to source stats from free agency to maximize imaginary rosters. A willingness to entertain competition for the last few spots on your fantasy...