How to watch Pistons vs. Knicks basketball game
By Scout Staff
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Through 3 Quarters
Down seven at the end of last quarter, the Detroit Pistons have now snagged the lead. a victory is still up for grabs for either squad after three quarters, but they are up 71-66 over the New York Knicks
Detroit has been led by shooting guard Hamidou Diallo, who so far has dropped a double-double on 26 points and ten boards along with four dimes. Those points put Diallo near his season high of 28. Diallo does need to be careful, however, as he is in foul trouble with four.
Shooting guard Alec Burks has led the way so far for New York, as he has 17 points.
the Knicks have lost 88% of the time when they were down heading into the fourth quarter this year, so this one seems just about wrapped up
New York @ Detroit
Current Records: New York 16-18; Detroit 5-27
What to Know
The Detroit Pistons are home Wednesday, but with the point spread against them by 8.5 points, it might not be quite the welcoming they would prefer. They will take on the New York Knicks at 7 p.m. ET at Little Caesars Arena after having had a few days off. Detroit hasn’t won a game against New York since Nov. 6 of 2019, but they’ll be looking to end the drought.
The Pistons were pulverized by the San Antonio Spurs 144-109 on Sunday. Detroit was in a tough position by the half, with the score already sitting at 78-54. The top scorer for Detroit was shooting guard Hamidou Diallo (28 points).
Meanwhile, New York was able to grind out a solid win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday, winning 96-88. Center Mitchell Robinson was the offensive standout of the contest for the Knicks, dropping a double-double on 18 boards and 14 points.
In the teams’ previous meeting earlier this month, the Pistons lost to New York on the road by a decisive 105-91 margin. Maybe Detroit will have more luck at home instead of on the road? Watch the matchup and check back on CBS Sports for all the details.
How To Watch
- When: Wednesday at 7 p.m. ET
- Where: Little Caesars Arena — Detroit, Michigan
- TV: Bally Sports – Detroit
- Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
- Follow: CBS Sports App
- Ticket Cost: $19.67
The Knicks are a big 8.5-point favorite against the Pistons, according to the latest NBA odds.
The line on this game has moved quite a bit since it opened, as it started out with the Knicks as a 5.5-point favorite.
Detroit have won 11 out of their last 21 games against New York.
- Dec 21, 2021 – New York 105 vs. Detroit 91
- Apr 03, 2021 – New York 125 vs. Detroit 81
- Mar 04, 2021 – New York 114 vs. Detroit 104
- Feb 28, 2021 – New York 109 vs. Detroit 90
- Mar 08, 2020 – New York 96 vs. Detroit 84
- Feb 08, 2020 – New York 95 vs. Detroit 92
- Nov 06, 2019 – Detroit 122 vs. New York 102
- Apr 10, 2019 – Detroit 115 vs. New York 89
- Feb 08, 2019 – Detroit 120 vs. New York 103
- Feb 05, 2019 – Detroit 105 vs. New York 92
- Nov 27, 2018 – Detroit 115 vs. New York 108
- Mar 31, 2018 – Detroit 115 vs. New York 109
- Dec 22, 2017 – Detroit 104 vs. New York 101
- Oct 21, 2017 – Detroit 111 vs. New York 107
- Mar 27, 2017 – New York 109 vs. Detroit 95
- Mar 11, 2017 – Detroit 112 vs. New York 92
- Nov 16, 2016 – New York 105 vs. Detroit 102
- Nov 01, 2016 – Detroit 102 vs. New York 89
- Mar 05, 2016 – New York 102 vs. Detroit 89
- Feb 04, 2016 – Detroit 111 vs. New York 105
- Dec 29, 2015 – New York 108 vs. Detroit 96
Injury Report for Detroit
- Rodney McGruder: Out (Covid-19)
- Trey Lyles: Out (Covid-19)
- Chris Smith: Out (Knee)
- Cade Cunningham: Out (Covid-19)
- Kelly Olynyk: Out (Knee)
- Saben Lee: Out (Covid-19)
- Isaiah Stewart: Out (Covid-19)
- Killian Hayes: Out (Covid-19)
- Cory Joseph: Out (Covid-19)
- Josh Jackson: Out (Covid-19)
- Jerami Grant: Out (Thumb)
Injury Report for New York
- Luka Samanic: Game-Time Decision (Foot)
- Nerlens Noel: Out (Covid-19)
- Danuel House Jr.: Out (Finger)
- Jericho Sims: Out (Covid-19)
- Wayne, Selden Jr.: Out (Covid-19)
- Derrick Rose: Out (Ankle)