The Pistons vs. The Bobcats

by | Apr 12, 2013 | 4 comments

The Pistons vs. The Bobcats

The 26-53 #Pistons will play their second to last home game of the season against the 18-60 Charlotte Bobcats.

  • The good:The Pistons could make it three wins in a row with a win against the Bobcats. Detroit has won seven of their last eight games against Charlotte.
  • The bad: The Bobcats are worse than Detroit so the lottery balls will be on their side come Draft day.
  • The unknown: Will Andre Drummond have another huge night.

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.

If you’re thinking of going to one of the few remaining games at The Palace, you can get tickets directly from the Pistons with NO FEES.


  1. edt


    1) see you next year andre and watch your weight in the off season
    2) kemba > brandon
    3) ben gordon still sucks
    4) Jerebko deserves to find a team that can use his skill set better
    5) finish strong stuckey, you might find yourself on a contending team next year

    Our core is Drummond, Moose and Knight. Two of these guys are great. In the upcoming draft we have to pick up one more piece. It does absolutely zero good to get another rotation player, 6th man, someone who can come off the bench, anything less than a star is a waste of a pick.

    I’m hoping the lakers make the playoffs, just because I want to see them 0-4.

    • Shawn

      I agree with you about the part about drafting a great player, and I’ll say this now and repeat it many times as we get closer to the draft: passing on Shabazz for someone like Oladipo would be one of the worst decisions of Joe D’s career as a GM, right up there with Darko.

      Shabazz is going to become a superstar, and a winner.

  2. detroitKG

    LOL! Kemba is the definition of a chucker and his stats are pretty damn similar…I don’t see it sorry…

    • edt

      kemba is playing better this year, more assists, better field goal percentage and has proven he can run the bobcat offense (as awful as it is). Brandon Knight is the same as he was last year. We expected Knight to improve a lot this year, he hasn’t.


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