After four seasons of mostly mediocre results, the Detroit Pistons are moving on without Stan Van Gundy.
He won't return as president of basketball operations and he isn't staying on as Detroit's coach, either.
Van Gundy held both those roles for four years, and at times the Pistons seemed to be making progress. But they made the playoffs only once during his tenure, in 2016, and the team announced his departure Monday. Owner Tom Gores said it was a difficult decision.
"I am grateful to Stan for everything he's done for the Pistons and for the city of Detroit," Gores said. "He rebuilt the culture of our basketball team, re-instilled a winning...