OVERVIEW:  The Pistons Academy Premier League offers youth basketball leagues throughout the year.  Our Fall League runs September-November.  Our Winter League is our largest and runs January-March.  Our Spring League runs April-June.   This league is currently held through Birmingham Public Schools.  We also have two Pistons Academy Partner Leagues: RARA (Rochester-Avon Recreation Authority) and the Dearborn Basketball Association, Franklin Athletic Club in Southfield

BIRMINGHAM Premier League: Geo Thomas at 248-377-8653 or gthomas@palacenet.com
ROCHESTER (RARA) Partner League: Call the RARA office at 248-656-8308.
DEARBORN Partner League: Jason Bass at: jasonlbass@hotmail.com
FRANKLIN ATHLETIC CLUB:  Dan Thomas at 248-352-8000

Winter League Rosters      Lady Pistons Rosters

Winter Schedule 1.5 



CHARGERS 17, BLACKHAWKS 16:  In what was the most exciting game of the day, the Chargers dominated the paint and escaped with a hard fought victory.  Zach Frank paced the Chargers with 8pts while Timothy Wilt added four points and nine rebounds.  The Blackhawks were paced by Matt Windsor’s five points.  The Blackhawks shot 5-13 from the line while the Chargers went 1-4.

RAIDERS 17, COLTS 12:  The Raiders rode the hot hand of Brody Tushman (8pts) en route to a 5-point win.  The Colts played well but missed too many lay-ups down the stretch.  Max Young paced the Colts with six points while teammate Andrew LaBarre added 12 rebounds.

RAVENS 27, FALCONS 20:  All the Ravens scored in their opening game as they hung on to top the Falcons in their opening game of the season.  Kaan Jovic paced the Ravens with eight points while Joe Best pitched in with four assists.  The Falcons were paced by the great hustle of Alex Hudson (4pts) and Myles McClary (6pts, 4 rebs).

BLUE DEVILS 40, WOLVERINES 28:  The Blue Devils (2-0) remained undefeated on the season, topping the Wolverines by 12.  Brandon Yaker paced all scorers with 13 points while Hunter Kaplan added 11.  The Wolverines were led by the spirited play of Grant Blau (12pts, 2-2FT) and Collin Yaldoo (6pts, 6 rebs).

HOYAS 28, HUSKIES 26:  In a game that saw 31 fouls and 33 total free-throws, The Huskies vs. Hoyas game was all about the charity stripe in the closing minutes.  With the Hoyas nursing a 26-24 lead and just 47 seconds left in the game, Hoyas small forward Omair Malik went to the line for a 1-and-1 situation.  Omair calmly made both shots to push the lead to four.  After Miles Pistner made a put-back layup for the Huskies, the Hoyas (2-0) were able to run the clock our for the win.