The Pistons vs The Celtics

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The Pistons are back home to take on the Boston Celtics Tuesday night at The Palace.  After losing their first three in (in disastrous fashion), Detroit would like to get their first win of the season.  Their 0-3 start is their worst since the 1999-2000 season.

Injury Update:

Will Bynum – Out
Charlie Villanueva – Game time decision
Rip Hamilton – Questionable
Chris Wilcox – Doubtful
Shaquille O’Neal – Doubtful

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Tip off is at 7:30 pm and will be broadcast on FSN Detroit.  If you can’t catch the game on TV, follow it live over at or on the radio over at 9.71 The Ticket.

Leave your thoughts in the comments or Chat Live with your fellow Pistons fans during the game.

8 Responses to "The Pistons vs The Celtics"
  1. Mike from the ATL says:

    I believe, but not certain, the game will also be on NBA TV. They are showing the free previews of all games through tonight…Pistons win tonight. I can feel it!

  2. The Fan says:

    Not sure how we are going to make it through this game without Wilcox. What a shame.

  3. James (Australia) says:

    Bynum – out
    Wilcox – out
    Hamilton – out
    Jerebko – out
    White – out
    Villanueva – in
    S O’Neal – out

    Gordon to move to the starting lineup. Should see more of Monroe and Summers tonight.

  4. Th3 Answ3r says:

    I see Hamilton being shipped off to Denver.

  5. Let's Go Pistons! says:

    This is painful to watch….. At this rate we will be last years New Jersey Nets.

  6. Zack says:

    Celtics Basketball Clinic at The Palace…

    Sucks to be a Pistons fan today. These highly paid individuals aren’t even (at least) TRYING to play defense wtf!!! Is there anyone in the team that could pump up this so called NBA team? Prince and Wallace seem not interested.

  7. edt says:

    these pistons are just completely overmatched. Prince tries to carry more of the scoring load but the celtics play great defense and they aren’t taking the night off.

    I dont like seeing greg monroe walking the floor on a fast break. Bench the rookie if he thinks he’s too good to run. I also don’t like seeing greg monroe in the post with his hands down. If you want someone to throw you the ball get your hands in the air.

    For some reason I don’t find all the missed defensive assignments so troubling, we all know detroit plays awful defense, I guess I’m used to it. What bothers me more is to see a piston not running the floor on a fast break. Come on, the celtics are the 2nd oldest team in the nba and they run the court better than a bunch of 20 year olds? I also dont like seeing the celtics grab every lose ball.

    Stuckey just one thing: Thanks for the blow by and thunder dunk man that was good.

  8. Drew says:

    Bad game. Best to not dwell on it. No one looked motivated to stand up to the Eastern Conference champs. Hopefully we were saving that energy for tomorrow. Moving on.

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