Pistons vs. Knicks

by | Nov 26, 2008 | 6 comments

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The Pistons host The New York Knicks tonight (Wednesday) at The Palace. Detroit has lost two straight and three of four games and the Knicks have lost four of their last five games. Pistons fans are hoping the kinks get straightened out tonight to make this a happy holiday for those of us who bleed red, white and blue.

Remember the game is going to be on an unfamiliar channel to most or you. FSN Plus will be airing the game, here is a list of channel numbers for your cable providers. For those of you with Dish Network, you’re SOL until the game is rebroadcast at 12:00 AM on FSN.

Tip off is at 8:00 P.M. on FSN Plus. If you can’t catch or don’t get FSN Plus, tune into 1130 AM The Fan where you can catch our friend Matt Dery with the Pre-Game starting at 7:00. Can’t do either, follow the game on NBA.com.

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Let’s hope for a victory and a Happy Turkey day to those who celebrate.

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6 Comments

  1. Kyle C.

    i always look forward to that photo every year this time. it feels good to see that again cause it reminds me of last year and the past.

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  2. Amer ican Prince

    Oh I didn’t realize FSN was going to rebroadcast it, because Comcast doesn’t offer that channel in my hood. Thanks Natalie, as usual I learn something every time I come here. So none of you guys better ruin it for me. I’ll try to stay away until I can watch it but I know I can’t stay away from it for too long.

    We ride together, we die together, (Detroit) Bad Boys 4 Life

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  3. Clinton

    If we lose to knicks im gonna lose it

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  4. The Fluidics

    midnight, check.
    Happy Thanksgiving, vote Prince for the All Star Game.

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  5. altan

    weird flagrant call on amir it wasnt tht bad ofa foul? but anyways, only got to see limited hermann and sharpe today, AFFLALO NEEDS MORE MINUTES, it seems lik since we got iverson, we hav NO TIME FOR GUARDS

    look:
    hamilton
    iverson
    stuckey
    bynum
    Afflalo
    etc

    all of these players are dependable on, and it feels so weird having such great players but only a 48 min game, its like a allstar team, well not tht good but these guys are all consistent, pistons should keep afflalo

    he was a steal for 2nd round

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  6. Jayme

    Good win by the Pistons last night! Richard Hamilton finally started picking it back up, Maxie got a few dunks in, especially one off of the AI lob! That was nasty! And Amir swatting shots. I only got to see the highlights on NBA.com, I really wish I could have seen this one!

    Happy Thanksgiving to Natalie and N4S fans!

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