The Pistons vs. The Cavaliers

by | Mar 25, 2011 | 5 comments

The Pistons vs. The Cavaliers

The 25-46 Pistons are in Cleveland to take on the 13-57 Cavs Friday night. The Pistons are looking to snap a seven game road losing streak with a win against the Cavs. Cleveland on the other hand is just looking to win.

  • The good: They are playing the CAVS
  • The bad: Detroit hasn’t won a road game since before the All Star break.
  • The unknown: What will Friday bring as far as the Pistons starting lineup goes?

The Scouting Report via Pistons.com
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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 97.1 The Ticket.

5 Comments

  1. edt

    cavs played hard, pistons took the night off. I’m not going to complain. It’s been a long season for both the players and the fans. I kinda thought we were going to win this game despite such a low intensity until that final 3 by baron davis.

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  2. MeMe Boykins

    Mna the Detroit Pistons suck at basketball now. I mean every since they traded players the Detroit Pistons beening basiclly every game that they play. They mines well stop playing basketball for Detroit because they are making Detroit look bad. I mean the city already look bad and the economy is already bad for Detroit and now that they cant even play basketball whether a flick they mines stop cause they really making up look bad. The coach should know that they are making us look bad with there non shooting basketball players and there air balls. That cant even make a 2 pointer shoot now what that tell you that they are LOSERS and that they SUCK. My one year-old bay basketball better then them. Now if they are going to play they need some way better players and a new coach that know how to teach and when a basketball game and they need more practice also. Thank you for my comment that’s all I have to say becuase they really need to change asap.

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  3. MeMe Boykins

    Man the Detroit Pistons suck at basketball now. I mean every since they traded players the Detroit Pistons beening basiclly every game that they play. They mines well stop playing basketball for Detroit because they are making Detroit look bad. I mean the city already look bad and the economy is already bad for Detroit and now that they cant even play basketball whether a flick they mines stop cause they really making up look bad. The coach should know that they are making us look bad with there non shooting basketball players and there air balls. That cant even make a 2 pointer shoot now what that tell you that they are LOSERS and that they SUCK. My one year-old bay basketball better then them. Now if they are going to play they need some way better players and a new coach that know how to teach and when a basketball game and they need more practice also. Thank you for my comment that’s all I have to say becuase they really need to change asap.

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  4. DetChiNYC

    I’m not being snarky, honest question for my knowledgeable NFS fans:

    Why isn’t Kuester playing Greg Monroe AND Chris Wilcox down the stretch of close games? Especially when Daye is struggling from behind the arc?

    I feel like those two are our best chance at winning games and we continue to sit them so we can have more struggling guards on the floor.

    Any thoughts?

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