The Pistons vs. The Thunder

by | Jan 23, 2012 | 9 comments

The Pistons vs. The Thunder

The 4-13 Pistons are on the road to take on the 13-3 Thunder in Oklahoma City. The Thunder, who are currently atop the West will go for their sixth consecutive victory against Detroit, while the Pistons try to end a 14-game road losing streak to West opponents.

  • The good: Again, more learning on the job for Brandon Knight. No Gordon or Bynum means you may see a lot more of “The Walkman.”
  • The bad: Gordon, Bynum and CV31 did not make the trip to OKC. Since relocating from Seattle in 2008, Oklahoma City has won all three times the Pistons have come to town.
  • Who to watch: Kevin Durant, Westbrook on the O and Perkins and Serge Ibaka on the defensive end.  Look for Rodney Stuckey to try to do what he did against Portland.
  • The unknown: The Thunder are scoring 103.1 points per game, while Detroit has yet to break the 100 mark this season.  Will they do it tonight?

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Tip off is at 8:00 pm and will be broadcast on Fox Sports. If you can’t catch the game on TV, catch it on the radio over at 97.1 the Ticket.

9 Comments

  1. Drew

    When OKC plays Westbrook and Harden at the same time, whom should Stuckey guard and which one should Knight guard?

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  2. NJ

    Great job Dumars you officially have the worst team in the league, hope your happy about bring down a once great team to nothing. This team is down right awful.

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  3. NJ

    Great job Dumars you officially have the worst team in the league, hope your happy about bringing down a once great team to nothing. This team is down right awful.

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    • junior

      He got them to the great team, be thankful for that. Whiner

      Reply
  4. Tycoon

    I bet this loss was the ugliest.

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  5. edt

    could have been a 50 point loss, 110 to 60

    but they felt sorry for us after the first quarter and kept the score close, and by close I mean 20 points down

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    • Drew

      They felt sorry for us after halftime. Harden and Westbrook did their best to run up the score in the second quarter.

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  6. Drew

    It all fell apart after Stuckey’s miraculous 3 was waived off. Imagine going into a timeout with 13 points and coming out with 10. Demoralizing.

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  7. Julian

    Look at the Thunder roster and you can see why they are so good.
    They are filled with a bunch of previous lottery picks from the Sonics/Thunder.
    We eventually might get lucky and build a dominant team from the ground up from lottery picks after a few more years of mediocrity. Joe can`t afford to have any more draft busts.
    Too bad there is no mercy rule in the NBA.
    Lawrence would have been waving a white flag against the Thunder.

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