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Pistons vs. Bulls GameThread: Game time, TV, odds, and more

Pistons can’t afford to overlook the Boylen Bulls

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The Detroit Pistons face the Chicago Bulls in the first game of a home-and-home series starting tonight in the Windy City. The only thing I have to say is IT’S A TRAP. The Pistons are playing the best ball of their season and some of the best in the NBA period in the past month. The Bulls are supposedly a laughing stock but ..... I sorta like their starting lineup since the Otto Porter trade. The Bulls have won six of their past nine games and in that span have gone from one of the NBA’s worst offenses to the eighth-best offense. Don’t you dare take them lightly, Detroit.

Game Vitals

When: 8 p.m. EST
Where: United Center, Chicago, Illinois
Watch: Fox Sports Detroit, NBA League Pass
Odds: -4.5

Projected Lineup

Detroit (32-31)

Reggie Jackson, Wayne Ellington, Bruce Brown, Blake Griffin, Andre Drummond

Chicago (19-47)

Kris Dunn, Zach LaVine, Otto Porter, Lauri Markkanen, Robin Lopez

Pregame Reading

Luke Kennard has finally arrived — DBB
Rasheed Wallace is a HS head coach — DBB
Pistons’ Andre Drummond shrugs off trade talk, on ‘best run’ of career — Freep
Pistons bench ‘having fun’ as spark plug during torrid stretch — Detroit News