The 22-35 Detroit #Pistons are back home to try to forget (just like the rest of us) the 114-82 thrashing the Pacers gave them Friday night. Detroit will try to get some dignity back Saturday night when they face the 34-21 Pacers again on their second game of a home and home with Indiana.
- The good: The future looks bright when it comes to big men in Detroit. With Andre out, Slava Kravtsov keeps contributing. He put up his first double-double of his young career in the NBA in Friday night’s loss.
- The bad: What the Pacers did to Detroit.
- The unknown: Will Lawrence Frank figure out a game plan and make sure the Pistons don’t dig themselves deep in a whole early again./li>
Tip off is at 7:30 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.
The Pacers remind me of the old Pistons. Keeping scores low by playing great defense. I think I can only name three or four Pacers and obviously one is Danny Granger. I’m upset with Detroit recently. They seem to be playing the same with this new addition. Hopefully we aren’t looking at a poor Piston’s team over the next 5 years. I’ve lost hope Detroit.
I think Bynum will be suspended at least a game
dem pacers are pretty good.
Pistons lost to a clearly better team. Don’t see the team making playoffs. Hopefully next year.
They lost their competitive edge on the final part of the second quarter when Maxiell made back to back to back mental errors. He’s the worst