Detroit Pistons game vs. New York Knicks: TV, radio, game info




Detroit Pistons (5-17) vs. New York Knicks (9-11)

When: 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Where: Little Caesars Arena in Detroit.

TV: Bally Sports Detroit.

Radio: WXYT-FM (97.1) (Pistons radio affiliates).

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Pistons forward Saddiq Bey dribbles against Knicks forward Obi Toppin during the first half on Friday, Nov.
Pistons forward Saddiq Bey dribbles against Knicks forward Obi Toppin during the first half on Friday, Nov.  

HE'S BACK:'Blessing' for Saddiq Bey to play after rare injury scare with Detroit Pistons

Game notes: A battle of two-game losing streaks hits the hardwood at Little Caesars Arena on Tuesday night when the Pistons host the New York Knicks. There is an even bigger streak at stake when the ball is tipped off. The Pistons currently hold a 10-game losing streak vs. the Knicks, the last win coming Nov. 9, 2019.

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This article originally appeared on Detroit Free Press: Detroit Pistons game vs. New York Knicks: TV, time

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