New York Knicks vs Detroit Pistons Live Stream, TV Channel, Tickets & Preview NBA 2017
Fresh legs should give the Detroit Pistons a little advantage on Friday night.
Van Gundy didn’t play anyone for more than 30 minutes in a 110-93 loss at Dallas on Wednesday night.
“I saw no signs beyond the first five minutes of the second half that our guys wanted to compete at the level of Dallas,” he said. “So I didn’t see a reason to bring anybody back in.”
Detroit’s opponent at Little Caesars Arena on Friday, the New York Knicks, will be playing the second end of a back-to-back. The Knicks surprised the Boston Celtics 102-93 on Thursday night.
The loss to the Mavericks snapped Detroit’s three-game winning streak. Dallas, which had won just eight games before Wednesday, shot 53.3 percent from the field and the Pistons (17-14) were limited to 42.9 percent shooting.