Detroit Pistons
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    @ASherrodblakely: Courtesy of stats czar Dick Lipe, some numbers to crunch on before the #Celtics #Pistons game 2nite Highest +/-, sinc…

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    @DetroitPistons: Got the W. Your #Pistons Playback final crafted by @Flagstar. #DetroitBasketball https://t.co/Mdl4CjHzHr

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    @CullerSports: GAMEDAY!! #CUsRise #Celtics x #Pistons https://t.co/wzZhLG0dam

  • @PistonPowered: Should the Detroit #Pistons trade for Markelle Fultz? @KuKhahilNBA has the answer here. https://t.co/ViRirfs2aQ

  • @CullerSports: Boston’s starting lineup tonight! #Celtics x #Pistons https://t.co/2FlBeXgumj

  • @GwashburnGlobe: Robert Williams comes in and blocks a shot in the first minute. #Celtics #Pistons

  • @detnewsRodBeard: With Kennard and Bullock, this is the eighth different starting lineup the #Pistons have had -- and it might be their…

  • @JLEdwardsIII: The moment all #Pistons fans have been waiting for: Luke Kennard and Reggie Bullock are starting together on the wings, u…

  • @JLEdwardsIII: The #Pistons, who lost six straight, defeat the #Celtics, who won eight straight, 1113-104. Blake Griffin with 27p, 8r an…

  • @detnewsRodBeard: FINAL: #Pistons 113, #Celtics 104 Six-game losing streak is over. Griffin: 27 pts, 8 rebs, 6 assts Drummond: 19 pts,…

  • @PalaceOfPistons: Should the #Pistons go after Markelle Fultz? @MediaBrendan and @AJohnsonNBA discuss that and much more on this week’s…

  • @Matt_Schoch_: Reggie Bullock (ankle) is probable to return for #Pistons tonight against the #Celtics. GR3, Ish, Henry out, as well as Z…

  • @JayScottSmith: Jokic is a better PG than any of the actual PGs the #Pistons have https://t.co/1gW7Gp3cBe

  • @JLEdwardsIII: #Pistons’ Reggie Bullock (ankle) is playing tonight against #Celtics.

  • @ASherrodblakely: The #Celtics Aron Baynes will likely play tonight with no minutes restrictions against the #Pistons.

Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • 'Fatigued' Embiid has a lot on his shoulders - Brown

    Joel Embiid was hampered by fatigue in the second half of the Philadelphia 76ers' loss to the Indiana Pacers, according to Brett Brown, who acknowledged the center has "a lot on his shoulders". A superb first-half display saw Embiid score 28 points off nine-of-15 shooting and grab 14 rebounds, sending the 76ers into the interval with a 10-point cushion at Wells Fargo Center. The All-Star, who was unhappy about being rested for a game against the Detroit Pistons last week, lost some of his momentum in the second half but still finished the game with 40 points and 21 boards, albeit his efforts were unable to prevent the Pacers rallying for a 113-101 triumph.
    15 Dec @ 2PM

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  • NBA rumors: Pistons, Magic interested in Markelle Fultz trade with 76ers

    NBA rumors: Pistons, Magic interested in Markelle Fultz trade with 76ers originally appeared on nbcsportsboston.com The Philadelphia 76ers currently are without the services of Markelle Fultz, and it's uncertain if the second-year point guard will ever play for Philly again. Fultz recently was diagnosed with thoracic outlet syndrome and will be out at least three to six weeks. It was the latest development in his already long injury history as an NBA player.
    14 Dec @ 12PM

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  • Markelle Fultz trade rumors: With Pistons' reported interest, what could Sixers get in trade?

    Markelle Fultz is out with thoracic outlet syndrome, but that apparently hasn't stopped teams from inquiring about the 2017 No. 1 overall pick. The Detroit Pistons have shown interest in Fultz, per Liberty Ballers and the Detroit Free Press. While many questions arise from this report, the main one has to be: What would the Sixers want from the Pistons?
    14 Dec @ 12PM

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  • Marcus, Markieff Morris tell crazy story of taking each other's tests in school

    Marcus, Markieff Morris tell crazy story of taking each other's tests in school originally appeared on nbcsportsboston.com There are advantages to being twins, and Marcus and Markieff Morris certainly reaped the benefits growing up. Marcus, now a forward with the Boston Celtics, and Markieff, now a forward for the Washington Wizards, will square off for the first time this season Wednesday when the C's take on the Wiz at Capital One Arena. In an excellent feature by Jay King and Fred Katz of The Athletic, the Morris twins admitted they helped each other take tests during their school years in a way only twins can pull off.
    14 Dec @ 12AM

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  • Report: Pelicans, Pistons, Kings NBA’s most active buyers in trade market

    The Pelicans are likely in a make-or-break season. New Orleans could keep an un-extended Davis through the 2019-20 season and hope for the best, but a trade seems inevitable if he’s not willing to sign the largest-possible extension next summer. League executives report the New Orleans Pelicans, Detroit Pistons and Sacramento Kings lead the list of teams calling around looking for ways to upgrade their rosters in recent weeks.
    14 Dec @ 12AM

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  • Lamb's jumper helps Hornets beat Pistons 108-107 in wild win

    Jeremy Lamb hit a 22-foot jumper from the right wing with 0.3 seconds left, and the Charlotte Hornets rallied from a late 10-point deficit for a wild 108-107 win over the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday night. As Lamb released the ball, Malik Monk ran off the Hornets' bench and onto the floor early to celebrate the made basket. Officials reviewed the play and called one-shot technical on the Hornets for having six men on the court.
    13 Dec @ 4AM

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  • Embiid powers Sixers past slumping Pistons, 116-102

    Joel Embiid hasn't been feeling like himself for a while and felt sick a day earlier. Nothing like playing the Pistons to help him snap out of it. Embiid scored 24 points in his return to the lineup after a one-game absence, Ben Simmons and Furkan Korkmaz added 18 points apiece, and the Philadelphia 76ers beat Detroit for the second time in four days, winning 116-102 on Monday night.
    12 Dec @ 6PM

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  • Ben Simmons will dunk on anyone, including Joel Embiid

    Ben Simmons is a fearless basketball unicorn, a 6-foot-10 point guard who will dunk on anyone. Early in Monday’s 116-102 win against the Detroit Pistons, the Philadelphia 76ers star received the ball in the post and backed down his undersized defender. Two dribbles and a powerful spin move later, and Simmons threw down a vicious dunk.
    11 Dec @ 5AM

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  • Jimmy Butler leaves Monday's game with groin strain, will not return

    76ers star Jimmy Butler was ruled out for the remainder of Monday’s game against the Pistons with a groin strain. Philadelphia 76ers swingman Jimmy Butler exited Monday’s 116-102 win over the Detroit Pistons early with a strained groin and did not return. Butler left the game with 2:20 left in the first quarter.
    11 Dec @ 4AM

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  • 76ers hope to make it two in a row over Pistons

    Last time they met, Detroit had it easy: Philadelphia's hulking center Joel Embiid was given the night off to rest. In Embiid's absence, Jimmy Butler had 38 points, his second straight game with 38, matching his single-game high during his brief 76ers tenure.
    10 Dec @ 4PM

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