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Pistons at 76ers, where meaningless happens

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It's the second to last game of the season, and there's not a lot to cheer for. Join the die hards in the game thread.

Is this the second to last game Lawrence Frank will coach for the Pistons?
Is this the second to last game Lawrence Frank will coach for the Pistons?
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Another meaningless season means another meaningless win streak, naturally. The Pistons are hosting the Philadelphia 76ers and hope to continue their anti-tanking, three-in-a-row win streak. How Phildelphia has fallen, a team that a year ago at this time was thinking about playing spoiler to Eastern Conference championship contenders.

This year, not so much. Andrew Bynum missing the entire season and Jason Richardson having season (career?)-ending surgery will do that to you.

At least Drummond will play.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-partner="tweetdeck"><p>Andre Drummond will start, as expected.</p>— Keith Langlois (@Keith_Langlois) <a href="https://twitter.com/Keith_Langlois/status/323935312197857281">April 15, 2013</a></blockquote>

Jose Calderon is listed as day-to-day and not in the starting lineup.

If this game gets boring, you can always join in on (or continue) the good conversation we're having about the futures of Joe Dumars, Lawrence Frank, and the Detroit Pistons. That story and thread is here. It's made with bits of real Mike Payne, so you know it's good.


Question of the game: does anyone care if the Pistons win this one?