Pistons and Christian Wood will host Raptors at Little Caesars Arena. The Raptors are coming off a 115-109 home win over the Cleveland Cavaliers. Serge Ibaka had 26 points (10-of-14 from the field).
The Pistons will want to move on from the 115-125 loss to the Brooklyn Nets, a game in which Andre Drummond was solid with 12 points (5-of-16 from the field), 6 offensive rebounds and 13 rebounds. Christian Wood contributed 20 points (5-of-8 from the field) and 8 rebounds.
Will Christian Wood replicate his monstrous 20 point performance in the last game’s loss to the Nets? This season the Pistons lost all of the 2 head-to-head matchups between the teams. The Raptors has outscored 2 times out of the previous 2 matchups between the teams.
The Raptors will attempt to keep their momentum going having won 5 out of their last 5 games. The Pistons have won only one of their last 5 games. Both teams will be featuring their full lineups with no crucial players sitting out the contest. Raptors are averaging 45.688 rebounds, while the Pistons are averaging only 42.265. Limiting this gap in rebounding will be key for the Pistons to win.
The Pistons are coming off a back-to-back, whereas the Raptors had a day to rest. The Pistons will be playing at home vs DEN, away vs MEM, home vs PHX. Get all the Pistons tickets at TickPick, where smart fans buy tickets. Tickets start at 26 dollars to Detroit Pistons vs. Toronto Raptors at Little Caesars Arena.Copyright © 2020 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.