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Pistons vs. Thunder game time, TV schedule, odds and more

The Pistons haven't beat the Thunder since 2008. Can their revamped roster end that eight-game losing streak tonight? Let's find out together!

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2013/2014 NBA Season

3-1 (1-1 road)
Won 2
2-2 (2-1 home)
Loss 1
November 8, 2013, 7:30 p.m. ET
The Palace
Fox Sports Detroit / 97.1 The Ticket
Pistons Tickets
Odds: Pistons +4
Probable Starters
Russell Westbrook
PG Chauncey Billups
Thabo Sefolosha SG Brandon Jennings
Kevin Durant SF Josh Smith
Serge Ibaka PF Greg Monroe
Kendrick Perkins C Andre Drummond
Advanced Stats
102.0 (7) Pace 97.0 (21)
96.5 (22) ORtg 99.2 (14)
94.5 (3) DRtg 98.6 (11)
None Charlie Villanueva (shoulder) - Day-to-day

The Pistons have their work cut out for them: they've tallied eight straight losses to the Thunder, last beating them in 2008. It'll also be a huge test for Josh Smith, who has so far struggled to slow down opposing small forwards and faces one of the best in the league tonight in Kevin Durant. The Pistons still rank first in the NBA by averaging 53 points in the paint -- let's hope the Pistons get back to that mentality and we don't see another night like Tuesday:

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