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11/8/2019 7:00 EST Detroit Pistons at Indiana Pacers

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11/8/2019 7:00 ET from Indianapolis, Indiana...

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Detroit Pistons (4-5) at Indiana Pacers (4-4)

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25 minutes ago, Sydney_Fife said:

Game 10 already. That'll be the highest number in the NBA by Friday night. Thanks, NBA!

Not great timing to play so many games without Blake, 

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Going 3-0 against Indiana to start the year would be a massive help in the EC Standings for the Pistons. Without Myles Turner, the Pistons might do just that.

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1 hour ago, Deleterious said:

A little shocked we haven't heard about the evaluation Blake received yesterday.

I'm officially worried about him. No news about him or Rose is bad news.

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Looking at the schedule, I'd be surprised if they bring Blake or Rose back before 11/15. They have 3 games in 4 nights coming up, but then 2 days off. After the game on the 15th, they have 4 days off. So they could have them play the 15th, get 4 nights off after to see how they respond, then pick back up on the 20th. Or they could hold them out until the 20th. 

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Just a heads up about Sekou.

The Drives first game is tomorrow night against Toronto at 7:30PM.  It lists Twitch as the broadcaster so you should be able to stream it there if you want to see Sekou play.

I assume this link will work when the game is live.  I'm also assuming he will play.

 

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In the battle of traded PG's, Kemba Walker shot 33% from the field on his return to Charlotte.   That made him look like Reggie Miller compared to Terry Rozier and his 9% FG%.

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7 minutes ago, Deleterious said:

 

So, Griffin was cleared, but is out tonight?  They have the weekend off after tonight before Monday's game.  Monday-Tuesday is a back-to-back, so I can understand sitting him out for one of those.  So it must be that he has been cleared but is not in game shape?

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17 minutes ago, Casimir said:

So, Griffin was cleared, but is out tonight?  They have the weekend off after tonight before Monday's game.  Monday-Tuesday is a back-to-back, so I can understand sitting him out for one of those.  So it must be that he has been cleared but is not in game shape?

He was cleared for basketball activities.  I guess playing basketball isn't a basketball activity.  

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Not surprised he isn't playing considering he hasn't practiced. I think he may play Monday and sit Tuesday. Or they may choose to keep him out until next Friday. I would assume they're being extra, extra cautious with him and Rose.

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Sumner, Lamb, and Oladipo are out. Turner is questionable.

Piston-killer Sabonis vs. Drummond inside if Myles sits.

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Have the Pistons had a 2 day break yet? Without looking at the standings, I'd assume that the Pistons have played the most games in the league. Considering all the injuries, the timing couldn't be worse. It's a mini miracle that they are 4-5 all things considered.

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25 minutes ago, Sydney_Fife said:

Sumner, Lamb, and Oladipo are out. Turner is questionable.

Piston-killer Sabonis vs. Drummond inside if Myles sits.

Good thing Drummond is a Pacers killer. 

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3 minutes ago, NYLion said:

 It's a mini miracle that they are 4-5 all things considered.

Had you told me the Pistons would be without Griffin for 9 games, Jackson for 7 games, Rose for 3 games and Frazier for 3 games I would have been thrilled with a 4-5 record.

Drummond & Kennard have been great in carrying this team through the injuries.

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15 minutes ago, 313DetroitCity said:

Had you told me the Pistons would be without Griffin for 9 games, Jackson for 7 games, Rose for 3 games and Frazier for 3 games I would have been thrilled with a 4-5 record.

Drummond & Kennard have been great in carrying this team through the injuries.

Luckily the competition has been fairly weak but they've done a good job of hanging in there. The two Indiana wins and Nets win were particularly important.

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Nice start for the Pistons. Led by as many as 15, but a late run by Indiana cuts it to 8. 

Kennard with an early 14.

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