The Pistons vs. The Suns

by | Nov 2, 2012 | 7 comments

The Pistons vs. The Suns

The 0-1 #Pistons open up their six game Western Road trip in Phoenix to take on the 0-1 Suns.  This isn’t the Suns you’re used to seeing, Phoenix no longer has Steve Nash or Grant Hill and their new roster looks like it needs time to learn how to play together.

  • The good: Detroit should be able to get a win against a Phoenix team who’s best player is arguably  Louis Scola.
  • The bad: The Pistons have lost four straight at Phoenix, including a 109-101 defeat March 16, 2012.
  • The unknown: Can the Pistons bounce back from the abysmal fourth quarter defensive showing against Houston? Are we going to see more of Andre the Giant?

Tip off is at 10:00 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.

Don’t forget your November Schedule Wallpaper featuring Greg Monroe!

7 Comments

  1. pistonsfan101

    What’s wrong with Stuckeeey?

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  2. Elliot

    They showed some fight at the end. Was it just me or did Tay miss and open Singler in the corner the last play? He looked wide open to me. Pistons just need Stuckey to get going. If Stuckey was himself they win.

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    • Tycoon

      I think the play was designed for Knight which led to forced shot. Stuckey should have sit this one out if he’s not ok. He’s 0-7 really hurt the team in the first half. Sigh. I sense an 0-3 start now that Lakers badly need to score a win at home.

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  3. Nick

    I heard stuckey has been battling migrane headaches and thats why frank took him out.

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  4. Julian

    I think Frank got a headache watching Stuck play the way he has in the first 2 games. We need Maggette back to play SG when Stuck is not playing well.
    We could be 1-8 by the time we get back to the Palace again.

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  5. Tycoon

    Its sad because the first 2 were winnable. Now the next 7 games are brutal. Can’t help but blame Stuckey. We need he’s ussual numbers in order to win.

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  6. Bellllissimo

    ahh i think i saw singler open at the end too. but hey hindsight is 20/20 for everyone.

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