The 11-24 Pistons will host the 15-21 Sixers Saturday night at the Palace of Auburn Hills in their first game since their western road trip. The Sixers have been doing well behind the play of a rejuvenated Elton Brand. After starting the season 13-,  Philadelphia improved to 12-8.   Detroit on the other hand didn’t fair so well on their western trip, but will have a healthy Rodney Stuckey back in the starting lineup at point guard.

No Iguodala for the Sixers tonight.

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Beat the cold outside and head to the Palace to feel the fire of the pre-game introductions for as low as 10 doallars! Get tickets well below face value to check out Detroit take on the Sixers.

Tip off is at 7:30 pm and will be broadcast on Fox Sports 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.

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

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12 Responses to The Pistons vs. The Sixers

  1. Drew says:

    I just opened up the game to see Stuckey hit a three, and then he got a rebound and was bringing it up and soon turned on the jets and Jrue Holiday straight fell on his ass, ha ha ha.

  2. junior says:

    stuckey is our starter.

  3. Crack says:

    Trade RIP ffs. I dont care , i even take scalabrine over him , just trade him!

  4. Th3 Answ3r says:

    Austin DAyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

  5. Crack says:

    Louuu WILLLLIAAAMS !! :D

  6. edt says:

    austin daye has a beautiful shot one of the best 3-point shooters in the NBA, and was unconscious on that last shot in regulation. Sure was glad to see him there in crunch time instead of Ben Gordon. And of course Prince had to play like a champion for us to win this game.

    Can we keep t-mac, please?

  7. gordbrown says:

    Hamilton’s line looks OK, thanks to 4-4 from free throw line (one of those was a technical). Two point shooting as per usual horror show and made a bad turnover in clutch time as well. On the other hand, clutch minutes for both Monroe and Daye. More of this please and thank you.

  8. rai_from_the_philippines says:

    Monroe Double Double!!!

  9. Kashmeer says:

    Great win (thanks L.Williams)

    Monroe was really aggressive on the court (best game as a Pistons?)

    Prince looks bigger & bigger each game this season

    They may not have started together but Stuck & T-Mac were on the floor at crunch time along with an intriguing lineup; Monroe, Prince & Daye

    once again a great inbound system from Coach Q to close regulation

    very nice game to watch

  10. Drew says:

    The game recap videos clearly show Monroe dropping it off to Austin for a dunk in overtime. Yet, Monroe’s stat line reads 0 assists for the night.

    ????????????

  11. edt says:

    drew probably a typo from the scorer

  12. gordbrown says:

    Lots of weird stuff in the box score. McGrady is listed as having no turnovers, and yet there was the play where he tried to bounce the ball to Stuckey and hit the baseline (ref clearly pointed to where ball bounced). I think the scorekeeper gave that turnover to Stuckey instead (you can see why this might matter to people who post on sites like this). Also Hamilton listed as no turnovers, yet he threw the ball out into traffic in fourth quarter and it was stolen. Not sure what’s going on there either.

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