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Pistons vs. Lakers 2013 game time, TV schedule, odds and more

Despite Detroit's history of struggling in the West, Vegas actually likes the Pistons, making them two-point favorites. What do you think?

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Stephen Dunn

2013/2014 NBA Season
3-5 (1-3 road)
Win 1
4-7 (3-3 home)
Lost 2
November 17, 2013, 9:30 p.m. ET
Fox Sports Detroit / 97.1 The Ticket
Pistons Tickets
Odds: Pistons -2
Probable Starters
Brandon Jennings PG Steve Blake
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope SG Jodie Meeks
Josh Smith SF Wesley Johnson
Greg Monroe PF Jordan Hill
Andre Drummond C Pau Gasol
Advanced Stats
96.1 (23) Pace 101.8 (3)
102.6 (11) ORtg 96.5 (25)
105.9 (30) DRtg 102.1 (16)
Chauncey Billups (knee) Â - OUT Raymond Felton - OUT
Will Bynum - OUT

A win tonight would give the Detroit Pistons consecutive wins for the first time all season while also allowing the team to finish their West Coast road trip on a high note.

If you haven't been paying attention, you might not recognize this Lakers team, which is badly missing both Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash. As you'd suspect from any Mike D'Antoni coached team, the Lakers play at fast pace, ranking No. 3 in pace, but they waste a lot of possessions, ranking 25th in offensive efficiency.