Monday, January 11, 2010

Pistons Hoping To Get Out And Run

They've now lost 12 straight games, and the Pistons have vowed to change things up a bit. The slow, half-court offense that starters Rip Hamilton, Tayshaun Prince and Ben Wallace are accustomed to hasn't been working, and now Detroit is looking to speed up its style of play.

An up-tempo offense should better suit point guard Rodney Stuckey, who plans on playing on a swollen right knee. Likewise, reserve guard Ben Gordon (abductor muscle, upper thigh) is listed as probable for tonight's game against the Chicago Bulls, Prince is a game-time decision with an injured left knee, and reserve Will Bynum is still out with two sprained ankles.

Steve St-Pierre
Sports Writer
In Play! Magazine
sstpierre@inplaymagazine.com


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