Friday's Pistons News: Andre Drummond promotes 'The Dre Burger'

George Blaha, voice of Pistons, still going strong at 71: George Blaha sat at midcourt with Isiah Thomas on Wednesday night, sharing memories of The Palace and the Pistons’ farewell season before moving to Little Caesars Arena in downtown Detroit. Thomas, the greatest Piston. Blaha, the greatest voice. Both greats in their own right. -- The Detroit News

Pistons' bench provides lift with improved scoring, 'D': Over the past two seasons, the Pistons have had one of the highest-producing starting lineups in the league. They have relied on their first group to set the tone and keep them in games in the third quarter. For the most part, that’s worked, with starters Reggie Jackson, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Marcus Morris and Andre Drummond. They’ve switched Tobias Harris and Jon Leuer this season, but the results have been nearly the same. -- The Detroit News

See what key ingredient 'Chef' Andre Drummond adds to signature Halo Burger: Andre Drummond is a native of Mt. Vernon, NY but grew up with Jamaican parents. One of the perks of being an "Island Boy," were the exotic dishes prepared by his mom, Christine Cameron. For many years, Cameron has made countless meals for the Detroit Pistons center but on Thursday she watched the 23-year-old brew up his own Halo Burger creation: The Dre Burger.-- MLive.com