The 11-23 will play the third game of their road trip in Los Angeles to face the Lakers. The 23-11 Lakers are 10-9 since starting the season at 13-2 have and have won four straight against the Pistons by double digits.

No word yet on Chris Wilcox, who didn’t play in Utah with a groin pull. But I am guessing we’ll see Tracy McGrady starting at point guard, especially after his near triple double against the Jazz.

The Scouting Report via Pistons.com

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Tip off is at 10:30 pm and will be broadcast on FS Detroit. If you can’t catch the game on TV, follow it live over at NBA.com or on the radio over at WWJ 950 AM.

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13 Responses to The Pistons vs. The Lakers

  1. Amer-ican Prince says:

    yeah im glad tracy mcgrady gonna keep starting, it was good. And i even liked Tayshaun performance last game. He didnt try to pad his stats with jump shots, he went in for it. That was old tayshaun hungry and ready.
    This game is very winnable and i think we will. Lakers going down lol

    • junior says:

      tmac is not gonna keep starting, he is the starter until stuckey is back to 100 percent from his virus. he will be the starter on saturday.

  2. Tycoon says:

    Winnable for lakers? :)

  3. Enoc says:

    I like the five guys on the floor right now:

    T-mac, Rip, Tayshaun, Charlie V and Monroe.

  4. Drew says:

    Gawd, we suck at free throws. Are Stuckey and Rip the only ones who know how to shoot FTs on this team?

  5. Enoc says:

    Ben Gordon is not IN the game, just like Ben Wallace… Bring Rip and Monroe!!

  6. john says:

    winnable game for detroit? hahahaha 108-83 LAKERS WIN!!! GO LAKERS!!!

  7. edt says:

    the lakers took off the 1st half, pistons looked great. 2nd half, the lakers played hard at the defensive end, the pistons were like “Please dont hurt us” and quit

    go ahead and blame q if you like, I just think the pistons are soft

  8. James (Australia) says:

    I thought we were really in this one – then I noticed Summers on the floor. How did that get away so quick? I understand that the Lakers turned it up a notch, but we handed this one to them with all of our turnovers.

    Time to get ready for Philly.

  9. Enoc says:

    Thing is, this season we’re not watching PISTONS BASKETBALL, forget about the blow out loss. They show no heart, no passion, no defense, lots of hesitation moves… This hurts me a lot. I’m from Mexico and I don’t have the chance to watch many Pistons games. Tonight i had the chance and i watched a team with no brain and no heart.

    I’m sad about it but i keep cheereing on MY PISTONS til death!

  10. NJ says:

    Maybe they can bring in ole Rich Rodriguez in to install the spread offense, then maybe we can start winning lol

  11. Amer-ican Prince says:

    maybe im just imagining things but did it seems like almost everytime he had the ball stuckey would drive and turn the ball over or have his shot blocked or just miss in the second half?

    you really cant blame one person but thats what i saw

    and YES i do think this was a easily winnable game for us. Even though we didnt win

  12. rai_from_the_philippines says:

    this does not come as a surprise actually. a loss here was expected. i just hope the pistons get on with the youth movement and have the younger players start or play more minutes.

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